Control-M Version 20 is now generally available. Partners can focus on helping their customers evolve into an Autonomous Digital Enterprise. The newest version of Control-M helps IT operations leaders deliver new applications to market faster, reduce costs with centralized connection profiles, and accelerate the adoption of new technologies such as Google Cloud services.
Developers and other teams can be given more freedom with controlled administrative delegation and additional capabilities to speed up their application development cycles. Centralized Connection Profiles save time by reducing manual actions when deploying or modifying applications. The enhanced Control-M Web reduces training costs for new users while eliminating installation and maintenance of Windows clients.
Your customers can incorporate Google Cloud services into application workflows through out-of-the-box Service Account authentication with Application Integrator and simplify complex containers, Kubernetes, and cloud workflow orchestration with the continuous evolution of Automation API.
“Enhancements to the web interface will let our users get productive with Control-M more quickly and remove much of the time it currently takes for multiple teams to tackle both administrative and operational requests,” said Jonathan Spottswood, Tech Lead, Enterprise Workload Orchestration at GEHA, a BMC customer.
- Centralized Connection Profile (CCP)
- Role-Based Administration (RBA)
- New supported job types
- Enhanced security for remote hosts
- New supported applications-plug-ins
- Restore session
- New Alerts Window
- AAPI for MFTE
- File Transfer between different S3 buckets
- Remote transfers to S3
- Audit annotation
- Workload optimization based on cost & SLA
- New Users Authorizations, Trend Analysis & Host Groups reports
With Control-M 20, your customers can keep up with the increasing demand to deliver digital services faster to compete in the market, scale securely and leverage the latest technologies and processes.