Data Sheet & Tech Brief Universal Controller (UC) — Modern Enterprise Workload Automation and Job Scheduling Solution

Part of the Universal Automation Center, UC is a centralized command center for workload automation and job scheduling across your hybrid IT environment. Reduce complexity, minimize errors, and enable DevOps.

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Universal Controller (UC) applies emerging technologies and proven best practices to overcome the challenges of modern IT automation across on-premises, cloud (SaaS), and containerized environments. Centralize control of workload automation to reduce complexity, minimize errors, and empower DevOps methodologies and citizen automators alike. Download the data sheet to learn more.

Solution highlights:

  • A single solution for enterprise
  • Define business process via a drag-and-drop workflow designer
  • Pure web interface
  • Custom dashboards and reports
  • Business view alignment
  • Clustering for fault tolerance and high availability
  • Manage event- and time-based workflows
  • Powerful integrations
  • Secure role-based access

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