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Forrester Study/Paper Commissioned by BMC, Industrializing IT Workload Automation

White Paper Published By: BMC
BMC
Published:  Sep 11, 2012
Type:  White Paper
Length:  18 pages

At BMC, we believe that unified workload automation is the future of job scheduling. So we decided to prove it. We commissioned Forrester Consulting to evaluate the benefits of work loadautomation. Who needs it? Why? Is there a more strategic way to schedule jobs across the enterprise? How can workload automation help IT better serve the business?

Forrester answered our questions by surveying almost 500 IT professionals to get their take on the topic. In this study, "Industrializing IT Workload Automation," you'll read how the folks on the ground in IT today responded and how Forrester interprets those results. The analysis includes:

  • Costs of different scheduling solutions
  • Problems with unmanaged multiple job schedulers
  • Challenges in implementing automation
  • Increase in business user satisfaction due to workload automation
  • And more.



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