Analyst Report Gartner Magic Quadrant for Workload Automation

Gartner, Inc. Analyst Report. First Published February 2012

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The workload automation market has rapidly evolved from the job-scheduling arena. Self-service capabilities, policy-driven workload management, predictive functionality, business impact analysis, and support for mobile devices and automation platforms are some areas of vendor differentiation. Stonebranch was named the only Visionary in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Workload Automation report. Vendors in the Visionary quadrant are innovators that excel with highly differentiated solutions, introducing a radical new approach to the market.

This Gartner report will provide you with:

  • The overall market rating, evaluation, and vendor analysis of Workload Automation vendors.
  • How to short list vendors based on your organization's requirements
  • A better understanding of what Workload Automation is all about

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