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    October 13, 2023

    Streamlining Kubernetes Operations with Enterprise Workload Automation

    Kubernetes integrations are now available for AutoSys, dSeries, and Automic Automation. It wasn’t that long ago that teams in many organizations started dipping their toes into the world of containers and microservices. It didn’t take long for this approach to application development and orchestration to take hold, and for Kubernetes to emerge as a dominant, broadly used technology.

    Kubernetes is a container orchestration system providing the building blocks organizations need to deploy, maintain, and scale applications. The first publicly available version of Kubernetes was released in 2015, and by 2022, 60% of organizations had adopted the technology. RedHat OpenShift is a commercially packaged system powered by the Kubernetes engine.

    Read on to learn more about the challenges operations groups encounter with Kubernetes automation, and see how Broadcom solutions and integrations address these challenges.

    Key capabilities

    Automation from Broadcom allows you to easily integrate Kubernetes activities with your existing enterprise workload automation solution. Simply create your application within Kubernetes and use your enterprise workload automation solution to manage the scheduling of these applications.

    The Kubernetes integrations make it easy to integrate Kubernetes jobs with your existing enterprise workload automation. With the Kubernetes integration, you can:

    • Schedule execution of Kubernetes jobs
    • Monitor job  progress to completion
    • Retrieve logs for problem diagnosis
    • Restart job processing
    • Alert on the failure of job processing
    • Create dependencies between multiple Kubernetes job executions
    • Incorporate Kubernetes processing in existing enterprise automation workflows including dependency enforcement

    Benefits of Enterprise Automation by Broadcom

    There are many benefits to extending enterprise automation to cloud processing. With Automation by Broadcom, effectively establish a “manager of managers,” employing a unified tool to manage several disparate cloud scheduling and workflow orchestration solutions and get thorough end-to-end business process visibility.

    By extending your existing enterprise automation to Kubernetes, you maintain end-to-end visibility and you regain centralized command and control. Further, these integrations enable you to harness Broadcom solutions’ advanced alerting, SLA management, reporting, and auditing capabilities.

    Through these integrations, organizations get the best of both worlds. Development teams can use Kubernetes if they choose while operations teams get the power of enterprise-grade schedulers.

    Learn more about Broadcom’s cloud integrations

    Broadcom’s Automation Marketplace makes it easy to browse and search for cloud integrations for Automation by Broadcom as they become available. There you can find information on all Broadcom cloud integrations, including those for Kubernetes, as well as Azure Data Factory, Cloud Foundry, Databricks, and many more.

    Visit the Automation Marketplace to get access to integration details, links to TechDocs, and software downloads.

    Richard Kao

    In his 30-plus year career at Broadcom, Rich has helped design, build, and support workload automation solutions. As a Distinguished Solution Architect, he has spent the last 16 years focused on helping customers solve complex business issues through automation.

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