Micro Focus Released Deployment Automation 6.3
October 01, 2019

Micro Focus announced the general availability of Deployment Automation 6.3, offering new deployment improvements for its Release Orchestration solution set.

The newly enhanced Micro Focus Deployment Automation product provides essential tooling for IT teams that are embracing the DevOps movement, as well as those actively looking to increase their software application release cadence.

"As DevOps has become a primary driver for IT organizations delivering business critical software applications, the speed and frequency with which applications get enhanced directly impact how quickly a business can respond to customer requests, competitive moves and changing market conditions," said Tal Levi Joseph, VP of Product Management for Application Lifecycle Management, Micro Focus. "With the latest release of Deployment Automation, teams can orchestrate complex deployments across all delivery environments with greater ease while also cutting down on costs and time."

Micro Focus Deployment Automation 6.3 New Features and Benefits:

- Simplified, intuitive navigation helping novice users become productive in less time

- Rapid enterprise-wide adoption among release teams with minimal training, reducing the time to automate application releases

- Updated user interface with a consistent look and feel between other Micro Focus Application Delivery Management solutions

- New plugin supporting Sonatype's Nexus Repository Manager that provides seamless integration and a single source of truth ensuring deployed components are identical to those tested in preproduction environments

The latest version of Micro Focus' Deployment Automation technology enables companies to easily and quickly automate the deployments of application releases across physical, virtualized, and cloud environments.

Micro Focus Deployment Automation 6.3 is available now.

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