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  • With CA, you can adopt and adapt Business-Driven Automation at your own pace through these key pillars: Application Configuration Management and Change Detection: ensures the standardization of system and application configurations that support business critical services. IT organizations can establish gold standards and auditing configurations to quickly identify and manage changes/drift. Workload Automation: allows you to dynamically and immediately initiate the processing of business data across the enterprise, proactively managing exceptions that could impact service delivery and alerting the appropriate staff. Exploiting these automation capabilities throughout the application lifecycle can also decrease develop time, improve QA testing, and ensure successful production processing to meet your service objectives. Server and Application Provisioning – improves efficiency, agility and service quality by automatically provisioning resources (physical, virtual and cloud) based upon defined policy and in response to changing business demand. It provides four levels of provisioning so IT organizations can expand and adopt their automation strategies at their own pace. Virtualization Management and Provisioning - helps balance workloads, improve the return on virtual server investments and address the issue of under or over-utilization by applying policy-based management and automation based on granular and detailed virtualized and physical performance information. Self-Service Reservation Management: improves time to market, service quality, productivity by allowing end-users to quickly and securely reserve physical, virtual and cloud resources through an automated, on-line self service reservation and provisioning interface. Process Automation: enables IT organizations to create process flows that move beyond domain silos and integrate with multiple IT technologies providers. IT organizations can automate the tasks and create repeatable and extensible processes across the virtual and physical infrastructure.
  • Application Configuration Management and Change Detection: ensures the standardization of system and application configurations that support business critical services. IT organizations can establish gold standards and auditing configurations to quickly identify and manage changes/drift.
  • Workload Automation: allows you to dynamically and immediately initiate the processing of business data across the enterprise, proactively managing exceptions that could impact service delivery and alerting the appropriate staff. Exploiting these automation capabilities throughout the application lifecycle can also decrease develop time, improve QA testing, and ensure successful production processing to meet your service objectives.
  • Server and Application Provisioning – improves efficiency, agility and service quality by automatically provisioning resources (physical, virtual and cloud) based upon defined policy and in response to changing business demand. It provides four levels of provisioning so IT organizations can expand and adopt their automation strategies at their own pace
  • Virtualization Management and Provisioning - helps balance workloads, improve the return on virtual server investments and address the issue of under or over-utilization by applying policy-based management and automation based on granular and detailed virtualized and physical performance information.
  • You’ve seen this in action…. Self-Service Reservation Management: improves time to market, service quality, productivity by allowing end-users to quickly and securely reserve physical, virtual and cloud resources through an automated, on-line self service reservation and provisioning interface.
  • With CA, you can adopt and adapt Business-Driven Automation at your own pace through these key pillars: Application Configuration Management and Change Detection: ensures the standardization of system and application configurations that support business critical services. IT organizations can establish gold standards and auditing configurations to quickly identify and manage changes/drift. Workload Automation: allows you to dynamically and immediately initiate the processing of business data across the enterprise, proactively managing exceptions that could impact service delivery and alerting the appropriate staff. Exploiting these automation capabilities throughout the application lifecycle can also decrease develop time, improve QA testing, and ensure successful production processing to meet your service objectives. Server and Application Provisioning – improves efficiency, agility and service quality by automatically provisioning resources (physical, virtual and cloud) based upon defined policy and in response to changing business demand. It provides four levels of provisioning so IT organizations can expand and adopt their automation strategies at their own pace. Virtualization Management and Provisioning - helps balance workloads, improve the return on virtual server investments and address the issue of under or over-utilization by applying policy-based management and automation based on granular and detailed virtualized and physical performance information. Self-Service Reservation Management: improves time to market, service quality, productivity by allowing end-users to quickly and securely reserve physical, virtual and cloud resources through an automated, on-line self service reservation and provisioning interface. Process Automation: enables IT organizations to create process flows that move beyond domain silos and integrate with multiple IT technologies providers. IT organizations can automate the tasks and create repeatable and extensible processes across the virtual and physical infrastructure.

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  • Business-Driven Automation Shifting Your Automation Strategy Into High Gear February 27, 2009 [Enter presentation title in footer] Copyright © 2009 CA
  • COST VALUE Integrate Intelligently Automate Accelerate “ Informed Automation” Unique linking of performance metrics and configuration information with rules-based policy engine Dynamically react to production environment changes to execute jobs on best available resources Result: Improved applications performance and availability, and more efficient resource usage Lean IT Capabilities of Business-Driven Automation
  • COST VALUE Integrate Intelligently Automate Accelerate
      • Ensures the Standards of System and Application Configurations
      • Allows IT to establish Gold Standards
      • Allows for quick auditing of configurations to identify and manage changes/drift
    Lean IT Capabilities of Business-Driven Automation
  • COST VALUE Integrate Intelligently Automate Accelerate Capabilities of Business-Driven Automation
      • 342% ROI with Payback < 7 Months
      • Average OpX Reduction of 35-40%
      • Average CapX Reduction of 30%
      • Average FTE Reduction of 50%
    Lean IT
  • COST VALUE Integrate Intelligently Automate Accelerate Capabilities of Business-Driven Automation
      • Improve Efficiency, Agility, and Service Quality
      • Automatically provision resources(physical, virtual, and cloud) based upon policies and business demand.
    Lean IT
  • COST VALUE Integrate Intelligently Automate Accelerate Capabilities of Business-Driven Automation
      • DC Consolidation $1,000,000
        • Real Estate, Heating, Cooling
      • Production Opx Reductions: $1,530,000
        • Server/Admin Ratio 15:1  45:1
        • Reduction in admins: 26 9
      • Production CapX Reductions: $1,600,000
    Lean IT
  • COST VALUE Integrate Intelligently Automate Accelerate Capabilities of Business-Driven Automation
      • Labor savings to date: $6,500,000
      • Increased server/admin ratio by 400%
      • Increased server utilization by 50%
      • Physical Lab Consolidation Savings: $1,900,000
        • 19 labs closed across North America
    Lean IT
  • COST VALUE Integrate Intelligently Automate Accelerate Capabilities of Business-Driven Automation
      • Create process flows with remediation and recovery capabilities that cross domain silos and integrate with multiple technology providers
      • Automate tasks with repeatable, extensible processes across virtual and physical infrastructure
      • Visual design and development environment supported by en enterprise grade orchestration engine
      • “ IT Process Automation frees up 77% more staff for strategic projects.” – EMA2
    Lean IT