Terma Software’s AIOps-Driven Platform Can Eliminate the Risk of a Workload Automation Software Migration

February 12, 2019 10:06 am Published by

12 February 2018 – Many companies are looking to drive more efficiency and reliability in their workload environments. Often this comes down to evaluating other job scheduling products, but migrations can be risky, complex, and costly. Fortunately, Terma Software provides an alternative, superior approach to addressing performance requirements. Terma’s AIOps-driven analytics solution can often correct inefficiencies in an existing scheduling system without the need to go through a costly and risky conversion. However, if the driving factors behind a migration cannot be overcome, Terma can reduce conversion costs, minimize risk, and provide a smooth transition.

Common factors for considering a migration include complexities in managing multi-scheduler environments, a lack of visibility and intuitive monitoring across workloads, and inadequate functionality in the scheduler. Customers who have implemented Terma’s solution found they were able to address these needs without going through a costly migration. TermaANALYTICS provides a platform- and vendor- agnostic, single-pane-of-glass view across workload environments, including CA AutoSys, CA7, IBM Workload Scheduler, BMC Control-M, and Tidal Workload Automation. Additionally, Terma’s machine learning capabilities can fill deficiencies in current scheduling environments with predictive alerting and automated service level monitoring.  

If a replacement or consolidation of a workload environment is necessary due to vendor concerns or other factors not addressable directly by the TermaANALYTICS platform, then Terma Software has the technology and services to make the needed conversion as efficient and pain-free as possible. Sixty-five percent of users surveyed by Enterprise Management Associates, an industry analyst firm, found recent job scheduling software migrations to be disruptive or more difficult than expected. With Terma’s new Migration Program, this does not need to be the case. Companies can now maximize the return on a workload automation migration investment thanks to Terma’s subject matter expertise, pre-migration simulation, and post-migration validation capabilities.

About Terma Software

Terma Software has developed the industry’s most comprehensive AIOps platform for workload intelligence, including the ability to leverage workload data to provide measurable predictive analytics. Terma’s products TermaVISION, TermaUNIFY, and TermaINSIGHT enable optimization of workload processing to help realize more value from Workload Automation tools by providing SLA management, forecasting, predictive analytics, prescriptive actions and reporting through analytics, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Machine Learning (ML). The products ensure that companies can lower their costs and improve the reliability and performance of mission-critical workload processes.

Terma supports any job scheduler, including IBM Workload Scheduler (IWS), CA AutoSys, CA7, and Tidal Workload Automation. Terma is the only supplier of management solutions in cross-vendor and cross-platform scheduling environments providing a single perspective (aka single-pane-of-glass) into the environment. The products are available on-premise or as Software as a Service (SaaS). For more information or to arrange an overview of the solution, contact Jim Anderson, Vice President at Terma Software at Jim@TermaLabs.com. To learn more, visit www.termasoftware.com.

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