HCL RELEASES WORKLOAD AUTOMATION 188.8.131.52: CREATING AN AUTOMATION CENTER OF EXCELLENCE TO DRIVE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
PUBLISHED DATE: April 30, 2020
New York, US, and Noida, India, April 30th, 2020 – HCL Technologies (HCL), a leading global technology company, today announced Workload Automation 184.108.40.206, a release upgrade with enhancements that expand the innovations delivered with version 9.5 and enable the orchestration of new scenarios, particularly for datacenter automation. Line of business users are now fully empowered with business control delegation and automatic failover recovery, increasing governance on the entire automation processes. New enhancements are also available on the mainframe, as integration with ZoweTM or as automatic deployment of new plug-ins.
Workload Automation 220.127.116.11 innovations include:
Delegate Business Control - Version 18.104.22.168 fully empowers your Line of business users by extending the support for the workflow folders to all the scheduling objects. Now all workflow definitions can be organized in folders to represent in your environment any category that makes sense for your business operations.
Automatic Failover and active-active high availability - High availability is always been supported through the configuration of backup engines. Now there is much more, with a new automatic failover and high availability features making it possible to ensure continuous operation.
Deployment on containers – Red Hat® OpenShift® - All workload automation containers can now be deployed on Red Hat® OpenShift® V4.x. Two separate containers are provided, containing either the Workload Automation agent only (both dynamic for distributed and z-centric for mainframe customers) or the Workload Automation server, the console, and the agent in a single container.
Dynamic Workload Console - A modernized user experience that makes the definition of event rules easier, intuitive, and well-organized, thanks to the structure based on the new workflow folders. Not only thas the visual usability been enhanced, but also the entire management of the event rule definitions, their properties and the interactions with them.
“Workload Automation 22.214.171.124 demonstrates HCL’s commitment to expand and deliver new automation scenarios to our customers,” said Darren Oberst, CVP and Head of HCL Software." Along with the launch of HCL Automation Hub, our customers can easily find all integrations to orchestrate their business-critical processes.
For more information on HCL Workload Automation, please visit: https://hcltechsw.com/wps/portal/products/workload-automation
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