RES ONE Automation

RES ONE Automation

Flexible automation for today’s hybrid environments.

RES ONE Automation provides flexible automation capabilities.

Streamline the management of complex hybrid environments by automating infrastructure, cloud and workspace processes required to support and deliver IT services to the business.

RES ONE Automation transforms once manual and laborious tasks into automated workflows that are all maintained in a single, easily navigated repository where they can readily be found by anyone who needs them, laying the foundation for IT as a Service and freeing up resources to focus on strategic projects. Automating IT tasks helps enforce essential security controls and compliance policies by removing the risk of error and creating a strong audit trail. With RES, IT can support even the largest and complex enterprise environments without generating excessive overhead.


Task automation

PowerShell execution and scheduling

Trust security

Cloud readiness

Advanced change control

Flexible Administration

Reporting and analysis

Technology connectors

RES ONE Automation architecture

The architecture of RES ONE Automation is easy to install, manage and scale.

What's new

Check out what's in the latest releases of RES ONE Automation.
Recently announced capabilities will be available later in Q1.

RES ONE Automation 2015 Service Release 5 (SR5)

Windows Server 2016 Support
Supports Windows Server 2016 to help you take advantage of Microsoft’s latest capabilities around security, the software-defined datacenter and enterprise app development.

RES ONE Automation 2015 Service Release 4 (SR4)

Licensing Flexibility
Enhanced licensing to support the new modules (Access and Identity) in RES ONE Service Store and RES ONE Security.

RES ONE Automation 2015 Service Release 3 (SR3)

Task Visibility
Adds the option to hide unnecessary Tasks and Queries from the RES ONE Automation Console for a cleaner and simplified list of available tasks.

Manage Add-ons option
Provides an overview of the installed Add-ons in RES ONE Automation, then the ability to delete one or more Add-ons if they are no longer required.

Separation of Add-ons
Third-party connectors have been separated from the RES ONE Automation release cycle for greater agility in the development and release of new connectors.

Solaris 10 and 11 on Intel
Supports the following Operating System for Agents running Unix and Linux: Sun Solaris 10 (update 11) on Intel, Sun Solaris 11 (update 3) on Intel.

SUSE Linux Enterprise
SUSE Linux is a very popular distro, and we have made RES ONE Automation Agents available for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server release 11 SP4 and 12.

RES ONE Automation 2015

Version control
RES ONE Automation offers better auditability and change control through versioning. Modules, projects, run books and resources can now be stored with a version number and comment field.

Console redesign
The console has been enhanced with a more intuitive, familiar Microsoft Outlook interface that is easier to navigate. Commonly used console controls will automatically appear at the top of the list. The console is persistent and will remember your last location. Improved group structure has been added: jobs, library, topology, administration, set up.

Command bar
This console feature has been added for better useability and offers an easily accessible button bar that's visible throughout the console. It contains the most frequently used functions and features. Shortcut keys can also perform actions from the command bar.

Expanded compatibility support
Supports the latest Microsoft Windows 10, Oracle Solaris 11 (formerly Sun Solaris), Red Hat Enterprise 7, Apple OS X Yosemite (10.10.3), Microsoft SQL 2014

Global password security
Improved security through greater authentication. New password policies have been introduced, and administrators have greater configuration flexibility. Users can be emplowered to change their own passwords.

Paging mechanism
Better customize and componentize job history and audit trails to allow for faster and more reliable deployments. This allows for greater scalability as data is now pulled from the database and can be better analyzed.

Building block enhancements
More options are available when creating building blocks. It is now possible to include empty folders, export the configuration of teams to a building block, and an improved import process have been added.


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