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Dynamic Workload Automation Optimizes End-to-End Business Service Performance
IDC Whitepaper sponsored by CA Technologies, Dynamic Workload Automation Optimizes End-to-End Business Service Performance, Doc # 240506, April 2013
Recent research has proven that the complexity and the volatility of enterprise workloads are increasing rapidly today due to simultaneous growth in the use of cloud computing, virtualization, mobility, social media, SOA and big data.
In response to these trends, traditional job scheduling and workload management software vendors are reinventing their products to create service-centric automation solutions.
Check out this whitepaper to learn more about the market and technology forces that are reshaping today's enterprise workload management automation requirements and strategies. Continue on to see how a unified, service-centric approach to workload management automation can effectively address many of these challenges.