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TAKE CHARGE OF THE BOT LIFECYCLE

 

Follow DevOps best practices using Bot Lifecycle Management (BLM).

 

体育在线365Automation Anywhere Enterprise supports separate development, testing, acceptance, and production (DTAP) environments for bots—and their dependencies. BLM provides a framework for continuous testing and deployment of bots and dependencies in separate software development life cycle (SDLC) environments, allowing bots to seamlessly transition between lifecycle stages defined by the organization, before they are released into production. Role-based access control (RBAC) provides the highest level of security and compliance.

 

Scale faster as you control the bot lifecycle and seamlessly deploy bot packages.

 
Accelerate realization of ROI when you manage bot lifecycles using DevOps best practices 

体育在线365Accelerate realization of ROI when you manage bot lifecycles using DevOps best practices.

POWER DEVELOPMENT AND DEPLOYMENT OF BOTS

Secure API-driven process

API-driven

Automate the export and import of bot packages between DevOps environments using APIs. Bot packages are secured at rest with AES 256-bit encryption and in motions with TLS1.2.

体育在线365Audit and role based access

Audit role

体育在线365Employ highly granular, role-based access control (RBAC) to enable separation of duties along with detailed monitoring and inspection to maintain real-time control of your bots.

Compliance Support

Compliance-Support

体育在线365Meet stringent regulatory mandates and enable compliance with industry-standard frameworks, such as Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) and Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI).

THE CALM
TO THE CHAOS

体育在线365Transitioning software between the various development and deployment environments can be tedious. But it doesn’t have to be with BLM. Found out the right apporach to BLM can solve your problems.

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HOW SYNERGY MANAGES
HUNDREDS OF BOTS

体育在线365Synergy, a leading Australian utility company, turned to Automation Anywhere to automate transactional billing processes. With a library of more the 280 bots in production, the company experiences $2.3 million in overall annual value.

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