In many automation tools, each variant of a process, no matter how trivial the difference, requires a separate job definition. Even when all the steps are the same and only the target system is different. The fastest and easiest way to create these variants is to copy-and-paste or clone an existing process, then make minor changes to it. But by automating this way, the number of unique jobs in your enterprise can rapidly grow into the tens of thousands. What’s the business impact?
Sweep away duplicated automation job definitions to simplify maintenance
Rethink cloned job definitions
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