Stone Door Group® is announcing its newest product Ansible Migration Accelerator℠ to help solve the problems created by disparate automated processes within organizations. Ansible Migration Accelerator will enable developer and testing teams to rapidly create products. Ansible is a trusted name and is the most popular cloud configuration management tool.
According to RightScale’s 2019 State of the Cloud report, organizations are embracing multi-cloud, using close to five clouds on average, some 84 percent of enterprises now have a multi-cloud strategy, with two-thirds having a central cloud team.
Modernizing legacy systems can be overwhelming, so organizations have to find a solution that enables them to do the heavy-lifting so as to transform existing service delivery models from reactive to strategic. This enables organizations to lead the digital transformation within their organizations.
Darren Hoch, Founding Partner at Stone Door Group, understands the need for a single automation solution. He said, “After tens of thousands of hours of DevOps consulting, the lack of a single automation framework is the biggest drag on establishing a true hybrid cloud-enabled digital enterprise. Through client feedback and our real-world expertise, we find that there is a need for a white-glove solution that solves our customers’ automation problems.”
Automation tools for businesses have proliferated and expanded over recent years to encompass nearly every imaginable business process. However, with automation often comes siloed processes that can create friction against delivery of digital initiatives at scale, which can be a challenge for IT project managers and executives.
Increased cloud adoption has led more organizations to explore configuration management tools. Automated configuration management provides organizations with the ability to automate the installation and configuration of system and software packages. Ansible Migration Accelerator™ is a powerful tool for operations teams, with the potential to eliminate the need for multiple automation systems.