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Automation orchestration uses several automated processes to carry out a broader workflow or operation on autopilot. These could be made up of numerous automated tasks and include various systems.
The quicker they can get their product to market, the better their chances of success. Our objective with automation orchestration is to optimise routine, repeated tasks. When a process is repeatable and its steps can be automated, orchestration can be utilised to improve it and get rid of redundant steps.
When a process is repeatable and its steps can be automated, orchestration can be utilised to improve it and get rid of redundant steps.
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Tracking each step across Enterprise
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Batch Processing Daily Transactions
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Knowing and understanding all steps
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Managing many Servers & Applications
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Speedier Software Development
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Workflow Orchestration
• Observability team needs
• Building workflow design
• Fixing task discrepancies
• Visual workflow rendering
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Event-Driven Automation
• Trigger-based automation
• Time-based triggers
• Event-based triggers
• Reducing manual workload
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Self-Service Automation
• DevOps
• Infrastructure architects
• Business analysts
• IT Ops
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Resource Provisioning
• Infrastructure-as-code
• On-demand provisioning
• Core functionality
• Simplifying & standardizing
Data Pipelines
Managing Data Pipelines
• Complex data pipelines
• Data warehouses
• Data lakes
• Visualization tools
Tips to get started Automation Orchestration
Consider the business need
You could automate a million different tasks to make life simpler for people or for IT teams, but this would fall short of the bigger objective of generating business value. Consider how much time you want to spend automating chores that are enjoyable but don't benefit the company.
Remember the goals of speed and accuracy
Automate processes that software or computers can carry out more quickly and accurately than a human. This can prevent expensive human errors, even if it's only something little like our example of inserting a line of code.
Orchestrate to free up employee time
Organize processes that free up the team. With fewer repetitive tasks, the team can focus on more important but difficult-to-manage projects, such as the beginning of a new project or the production of creative and innovative work.
Create significant and measurable business value
The entire business value that orchestration may offer is not being realised if it is merely being used to speed up the completion of tasks.
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