CA Automic Replacement
Stonebranch Universal Automation Center (UAC) provides a powerful orchestration solution for all scheduling needs at a reasonable price. Replace CA Automic with a Universal workload automation platform and try our industry redefining Universal Automation Center.
Automic schedulers tend to be overly complex and it is very likely that the licence fees will increase in the near future. Don't feel locked into only using Automic. Save money and break free from the stronghold vendors try to leverage at Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) renewal time by switching to the most modern IT orchestration and automation
platform. With Universal Automation Center (UAC) we are providing a truly universal job scheduling or workload automation platform that can be used with any scheduling product or homegrown solution. Start orchestrating and automating your business processes and tasks from a single point of view.
Simplify the Way Operational Staff Define and Manage
End-to-End Business Processes
Less Configuration Effort
UAC Homepage shows all the installed components. Universal Controller Agents self-register with the Universal Controller, eliminating much of the configuration effort to manage the Universal Controller environment.
Universal Controller is a 100% Web-Based Product. There are no clients to install or maintain. All the tools within Universal Controller can be accessed via the Web with appropriate security (LDAP) setup.
Security can be as granular as needed to ensure proper credentials are in place. An internal or external user can submit transcations to the Universal Automation Center depending on appropriate security presets.
Universal Automation Center provides an comprehensive audit trail to any database update or change. The audit also provides detailed information about what was changed. There is also versioning control, which provides a very powerful change management mechanism.
Universal Automation Center provides powerful activity reports to monitor critical batch services along with notifications. Overall more than 20 monitor processing features are available.
Ongoing maintenance and upgrades are a lot easier because fewer components need to be worked on i.e., one database, no thick client to install and maintain.
"With Stonebranch we easily centralized or multiple job scheduling landscapes, reduced risk because a system of checks and balances is in place throughout our IT infrastructure. By automating our processes, there is no need for manual intervention and the amount of time and resources dedicated to our job scheduling process is greatly reduced."
FirstOntario Automates Entire Job Scheduling Process
FirstOntario began in 1939 when a group of employees at the Steel Company of Canada created the Stelco Credit Union. Today more than 115,000 Ontarians choose FirstOntario for their financial needs – from chequing and savings accounts to loans and mortgages and highly qualified investment advice. FirstOntario Credit Union is a leading credit union located throughout Southwestern Ontario region
FirstOntario Credit Union was utilizing disparate job scheduling tools for its IBMiSeries, Windows and Linux platforms. Using multiple job scheduling tools required the company to monitor each scheduler separately, decreasing visibility and the amount of time and resources allocated to each job scheduling solution. Unable to automate their processes in one environment, the IT team sought a solution that works across platforms without specialization, and that could also standardize processes and consolidate existing tools.
FirstOntario Credit Union selected Stonebranch's technology to replace its diverse agent infrastructures with a single enterprise-wide execution layer, the enterprise execution environment. This unique approach provides FirstOntario with central auditing and monitoring of workload activity across the enterprise as well a central management of the entire workload infrastructure — as if it were a single system.
Transition Roadmap - The Seven Steps
1. Initiate and Setup
Project definition and implementation of the architecture
Transition and definition of the change process, identification of adoptions
3. Pilot Transition
Transition process implemented, test and approval criteria define
4. Workload Transition
Data transition completed, workload-ready for inspection and testing
All defined and transitioned data inspected and approved, ready for cut-over
6. Cut-over and go-live
The existing solution is replaced, the universal command is live
7. Project Closure
Smooth transition accomplished, successful project closure