TORONTO -- Opalis Software, Inc., the Run Book Automation (RBA) market leader, today announced the immediate availability of new Integration Packs for its award-wining Opalis Integration Server technology for BladeLogic, BMC, CA, and IBM, extending its wide breadth of enterprise support of systems management tools from these IT software providers. Specifically, the new integration packs support BladeLogic Operations Manager, BMC Event Manager, CA Unicenter NSM, and IBM Tivoli Netcool/OMNIbus and will enable customers to easily build process automation solutions across heterogeneous IT environments at any scale.
"Most enterprises rely on a number of systems management solutions to maximize performance and service availability, and yet the handoffs and information flow that need to occur between them are not always seamless,"
said Charles Crouchman, CTO of Opalis. "Opalis provides bi-directional integrations that connect IT systems management tools - such as monitoring to help desk and event management - by automating and orchestrating processes between these systems management tools, even when they are from different vendors. Our customers have asked for deep and broad integration that is productized and supported by Opalis, rather than created by vendor consulting services and supported by the customers themselves. These new Integration Packs reflect our ongoing commitment to providing solutions that meet customer needs for automating critical IT processes."
Opalis delivers automation through innovative orchestration and integration of IT processes, thereby reducing the manual repetitive efforts that are burdensome and wasteful for IT organizations, yet which must be done to ensure efficient enterprise business operations. Opalis' solutions deliver the largest number of reusable activity templates and pre-defined processes, enabling IT organizations to rapidly design and deploy automated run book procedures. Opalis Integration Packs further extend Opalis functionality with additional product specific activity templates to orchestrate activities, integrate data, and automate tasks between infrastructure elements (both hardware and software).
Opalis Software Inc.