IBM Endpoint Manager for Server Automation for zBx and Linux on System z -

Mfg. Part: E0EFTLL | CDW Part: 3699042 | UNSPSC: 43233205
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  • Software Subscription and Support Renewal ( 1 year )
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Businesses are continuously challenged with increasing levels of complexity around both the number and type of systems they have to manage. They struggle with too many tools and teams to provide what should be simple and easy automation of routine tasks that would deliver significant improvements in productivity and allow their resources to focus on more critical business operations. They must manage multiple endpoints including laptops, desktops, branch office servers, and data center servers, encompassing both physical and virtual machines. This is made even more challenging by expectations that administrators will respond quickly to any changes in their business, while also reducing costs and increasing efficiency. As a result, truly integrated toolsets that help businesses to better manage everything from mobile devices to servers are in high demand.

The trusted and proven IBM Endpoint Manager portfolio has expanded to include server automation. IBM Endpoint Manager for Server Automation enables users to easily create and reuse their own automation flows across groups of related servers, desktops, or laptops without the need for programming skills. In addition to facilitating custom automation flows, IBM Endpoint Manager for Server Automation offers a rich set of standard automation capabilities that provides rapid time-to-value and can help reduce operating costs. This solution provides enterprise application scalability with minimal infrastructure investment, enforces real-time endpoint configuration policies, and automates feature and content updates. In short, IBM Endpoint Manager for Server Automation can help businesses optimize their IT efficiency through standardization and consolidation of their tools, teams, and processes.

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