Many companies are aggressively working to transform their businesses to stay ahead of new digital competition. However, there simply is not a way to keep up with the required pace of change without automation.
Delivering digital transformation requires a new and comprehensive automation platform approach—Digital Business Automation. This next wave of IT automation builds upon and bridges existing infrastructure, data, and application technology platforms with new, emerging digital-first technologies and processes. By automating in comprehensive new ways, development and operations teams can deliver innovation at the speed that business requires.
This white paper focuses on how IT automation needs to change for infrastructure, data, and applications to support digital transformation and achieve true Digital Business Automation.
Analyzing big data poses multiple challenges. Highly parallel distributed data architecture is
one solution, but until recently it has been mostly limited to databases, not business intelligence (BI) application servers. In this report, application development and delivery (AD&D) pros working on BI initiatives will learn about the capabilities of distributed BI platforms mostly based on Hadoop.
Build, run, and manage complex data pipelines at scale with digital business automation
Implement processes more quickly, accurately, and consistently with service process orchestration.
As IT processes span disciplines from development, to security, service management, and IT ops, your automation approach should as well. This article explores four high-value use cases for service process orchestration that can help you improve agility, reduce cost, and free your team from repetitive tasks.
Here are four use cases that will drive quick results:
• Service request fulfillment
• Closed loop change and configuration management
• Event triage and remediation
• eBonding (ticket synchronization)
To gain a competitive advantage, organizations need to introduce new digital services more quickly, and more frequently, than they have in the past.
These services are delivered in the form of applications and apps that often do not get to market fast enough due to lack of automation and integration capabilities with other production workflows.