Using StackStorm to automate support for 20,000 servers

  • Add more than 12,000 servers to our network in under three years.
  • Automate ticket generation in some cases and resolve issues without tickets in others.
  • Give our teams tools so they can collaborate in real time.
  • Reduce engineer time spent following a manual series of steps.
Submission requests route through a Policy Engine instance to any number of StackStorm workers for virtually unlimited scalability.
  • Focus developers on work that generates a higher return
  • Standardize routine and mundane tasks.
  • Improve collaboration across departments.
  • Reduce server downtime.
  • Improve security by implementing firmware updates and security patches.

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Formerly Verizon Media Platform, Edgecast enables companies to deliver high performance, secure digital experiences at scale worldwide. https://edgecast.com/

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