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Conversion

Extra Technology calls on our extensive experience and best practice to deliver quick and smooth conversions and migrations.

In the course of conversions and migrations, we continue to refine our best practice methodology and toolset for future use – there are always opportunities to learn.

Our method employs our own streamlined conversion machine.

As a result of continuous improvement to this machine, all conversions and migrations benefit from our refined methodology and toolset and are progressively swifter, safer and cheaper.

Conversions and migrations include:

  • From legacy or end-of-life automation platforms to current supported automation platforms. For example from CA Technologies JMO™ to CA Technologies dSeries™ (DE)
  • From other workload automation to CA Workload Automation. For example from BMC Control-M™ to CA Technologies AutoSys™ (AE)
  • From specific products. For example from Terma Software JAWS™ to CA Technologies iDash™
  • From on-premise to virtual or Cloud

Our Latest Blog Posts

  • Using web services for AutoSys (CA Workload Automation AE)

  • How to make a workflow self healing

  • Why you should use the NOEXEC status

  • Automation Anywhere – the Death of Copy and Paste?

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  • CA Technologies & Automic – an Extra Technology Perspective

  • What customers really want… vendor imperatives for the Application Economy

  • Extra Technology Webinar - CA Workload Automation iDash Speedcast

  • The New CA Workload Automation DE/dSeries Web Interface – a blog by Daniel Chidgey

  • Extra Technology’s Guide to the Top 11 Mistakes made using Workload Automation

  • Migrating CA Technologies customers from Terma Software JAWS™ (JAWS) to CA Workload Automation iDash (CA iDash)

  • Extra Technology confirms the general availability of CA Workload Automation iDash R12

  • A 10 Step Methodology for Successful Workload Automation Conversion

  • Release Automation – The Customer Perspective

  • The Women of IT

  • How to improve your AutoSys workflows

  • Using the AutoSys DBPROC Job Type to execute a database stored procedure

  • How to back out an AutoSys JIL change using Arbiter Software's ACCE

  • Top-secret "Banbury sheets" discovered at Bletchley Park

  • How to monitor text files using the AutoSys OMTF job type

  • How to transfer files using the AutoSys FTP job type

  • How to Integrate CA AutoSys and CA Unified Infrastructure Management (UIM)

  • 2014 CA Workload Automation Technology Summit UK (#WATSUK) Presentation Slides

  • Extra Technology's Sessions At CA World 2014