Key Requirements for a Job Scheduling and Workload Automation Solutions

Increased demand, 24/7 operations, added complexity–the evolution of the Job Scheduler with CA Automic Workload Automation

It would be naïve to think that just because you have a workload automation solution, your IT is primed to meet modern demands.

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Business has changed a lot since job scheduling and workload automation became staple requirements. With the onslaught of new technologies driving the truly digital era, the number and types of transactions have grown exponentially.

Learn how job scheduling and workload automation can be redefined to improve the efficiency of your enterprise. This short guide quickly shows you the ten key features your workload automation product must have to keep pace with modern IT, and why.

Examples include:

  • Built-in Managed File Transfers
  • Central, Scalable and Multi-Tenant Architecture
  • Support for Object Orientation to Enable Fast, Flexible Implementations
  • Native Application Support
  • Support for Dynamic, Event-Driven Automation

Read this guide to find out if you have the right workload automation product for your organization's needs.

After evaluating the top workload automation solutions on the market, we decided on CA Automic. What convinced us most was the solution's unmatched flexibility and openness, as well as its powerful technical and functional capabilities.

Source: Luc Dosquet, Société Générale Bank & Trust (SGBT)

A Look Inside


  1. Executive Summary
  2. Step 1: Manual and Scripting
  3. Step 2: Automate Deployments
  4. Step 3: Orchestrate Toolchain
  5. Step 4: Continuous Delivery
  6. Conclusion

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