Data Sheet Universal Agent (UA) - The Only Vendor-Agnostic Agent in the Industry

Stonebranch provides a truly universal job scheduling or workload automation agent that can be used with any of the marketed scheduling products, other third-party vendor scheduling solutions and even homegrown solutions as well

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Universal Agent (UA) revitalizes legacy scheduling solutions by providing new automation capabilities, extending your investment in your existing tool and skill set without requiring substantial change. Is it time for you to re-evaluate your job scheduling solution? The next generation concept of workload automation is designed to make your IT operations more agile and proactive. This in turn will allow IT operations to boost business productivity.

Solution Highlights:

  • Makes any job scheduler cross-platform and workload automation-enabled
  • Provides a lower cost collaborative scheduling agent
  • Simplifies your infrastructure with a single automation agent for multiple automation tasks

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