Data Sheet & Tech Brief Universal Agent (UA) — A Vendor-Independent Agent for Automation Integration

Revitalize your legacy scheduling tools without substantial effort, risk, or investment. UA offers integrated automation that's vendor-independent, so you can securely connect to any scheduler or application anywhere in your hybrid IT environment.

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Part of the Universal Automation Center, UA revitalizes legacy scheduling solutions by securely connecting to your existing applications using a variety of web services protocols. Automation integration allows you to initiate and monitor processes, enable event-based scheduling, and simplify your infrastructure. With vendor-independant integrations, you can execute any kind of automation on any remote system. 

Solution highlights:

  • Enables service orchestration and workload automation on any legacy job scheduler
  • Simplifies your infrastructure with a single automation agent for multiple automation tasks
  • Extend your investment in existing tool- and skill-sets with a collaborative scheduling agent

Further Reading

Stonebranch Universal Agent: A Multidimensionally Flexible and Scalable Automation Solution

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Universal Data Mover (UDM) — Secure and Regulatory-Compliant Managed File Transfer Solution

Stonebranch Universal Data Mover schedules enterprise managed file transfers in hybrid IT environments, while synchronizing with automated processes.

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