In light of the recent Equifax breach, Gene Kim and speakers from the upcoming DevOps Enterprise Summit San Francisco (DOES17) dissected the situation and discussed the technical leadership lessons learned while offering their own expert advice for handling crisis situations. The following are more highlights from the discussion ...
Automic Workload Automation is now available on the Temenos MarketPlace.
Automic’s powerful automation is now connected to Temenos, a leading banking software.
Automic Workload Automation delivers business critical COB processes into an intuitive GUI, reducing human access to the system and offers additional insights through real-time dashboards. Automic's Workload Automation product works seamlessly with Temenos Core Banking to automate all COB workload processes, and other surrounding procedures, such as file transfers, backups and reporting, or any other utility that may run alongside core banking processes.
Automic deploys Temenos on premise, in the cloud via Microsoft Azure, and in a hybrid cloud environment.
In addition, the Temenos Market Place can also offer cloud deployment via its online provisioning system.
"Automic is happy to provide customers, particularly those in the Financial Services sector, with the compliance and reliability they need to avoid errors or delays, both of which can have a significant, direct impact on an organization's bottom line,” said Todd DeLaughter, CEO, Automic Software. “Through our partnership with Temenos, we are ensuring our clients are efficient and responsive when completing their close of business process."