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Resolve 6.4 Delivers 1000s of Prebuilt Automations + 10X Performance Improvements to Rapidly Scale Automation

IT Automation Success
September 6, 2019 • Julie Albright, SVP, Global Marketing

Landmark release provides extensive automation library and increased throughput to quickly and seamlessly scale automation for enterprise customers

IRVINE, Calif. — September 6, 2019 — Resolve Systems®, the leading IT automation and orchestration platform, today announced the latest version of its flagship product, Resolve 6.4. It offers the most scalable, high-performance solution yet to meet the growing automation demands of complex, enterprise IT environments.

The latest version of Resolve’s platform introduces a new automation library, featuring thousands of prebuilt tasks and a hundred new prebuilt templates to automate end-to-end, multi-step IT processes. Based on best practices, the prebuilt automations enable IT teams to quickly deploy and scale automations for common tasks and processes across their compute, network, security and service desk infrastructure, accelerating time-to-value and driving cost savings and operational efficiencies. Using Resolve’s drag-and-drop automation designer, these templates can be customized with minimal effort, speeding the construction and deployment of automations to meet an organization’s unique needs and to ensure compliance with internal governance standards.

Additionally, Resolve 6.4 has been engineered to support high volumes, with the ability to process 30 million automations per day without sacrificing stability or reliability. By improving performance tenfold, the latest version can process significantly more automations per second and meet the needs of the most demanding enterprise customers, enabling them to scale their automation infrastructure and maximize their resources.

Resolve 6.4 also streamlines the sharing of automations across organizations with an enhanced automation package manager. In combination with the library of prebuilt automations, the new sharing functionality enables enterprises to rapidly and reliably deploy more automations to reduce MTTR, recognize cost savings, and reduce human error. It also enables valuable process knowledge to be disseminated by subject matter experts across organizations in an actionable, codified manner.

“Organizations are increasingly counting on IT automation to manage the exponential complexity that comes with digital transformation,” said John Ferron, CEO of Resolve. “We’ve responded to our customers’ needs to rapidly scale their automation efforts with Resolve 6.4 — the most resilient and high-performance IT automation solution on the market. With hundreds of out-of-the-box integrations and thousands of prebuilt automations for IT tasks and processes, our aim is to accelerate time-to-value by helping enterprises realize the many benefits of automation more quickly.”

Following Resolve’s recent acquisition of FixStream, future releases will include enhanced machine learning and AI capabilities to deliver a powerful combination of AIOps and advanced automation in a single platform.


About the Author, Julie Albright:

Julie heads up all aspects of global marketing at Resolve. For the last two decades, Julie has combined her creativity and love of data to transform the way companies market their products. She's got a proven track record for meeting aggressive targets for growth-stage companies, evolving marketing organizations into revenue generators, and building strong, engaging brands along the way. Julie has held leadership positions (both full-time and interim) for B2B tech leaders including SolarWinds, Asana, Insight Partners, AlienVault, Campaign Monitor, Alteryx, Syncsort, Fenergo, E2open, Kinnser (now WellSky), and Diligent.

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