The latest version of BMC’s market-leading application workflow orchestration product, Control-M 19, was released today.
Customers can now simplify workflow orchestration across hybrid cloud environments through new, out of the box integrations for Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure, including AWS Lambda, Step Functions and Batch, and Azure Logic Apps and Functions. Users get full Control-M capabilities, including file transfer management, plus the elasticity, scalability, and high availability of leading cloud platforms.
Control-M Automation API has new capabilities that now allow Control-M configuration and security to be managed via APIs. Developers can use a Jobs-as-Code approach to accelerate Dev and Ops collaboration by building workflows in JSON and applying the same approach to configuration and security.
Control-M 19’s managed file transfer now natively supports the leading cloud storage system and provides more intelligent file movement. Enhancements include: support of file movement to and from AWS S3 buckets, policy-driven processing rules and support for the AS2 protocol.
In addition, the enhanced web interface makes it easier to deliver and secure access to workloads for differing roles and organizations across the company, and for users to view and manage specific workloads. Enhancements include, Improved site standards and site customization, allowing for conditional and must-have rules. There is also the introduction of viewpoints; users will be able to use Web Viewpoints as part of self-service to display jobs and jobs flows.