Centralize and optimize any IT or business process with Redwood’s cloud-native platform.
Redwood makes it easy to automate workflows and manage dependencies across any on-premises, cloud-based or containerized endpoint. Automate repetitive tasks with Redwood’s no-code process steps, sequences, calendars and more.
Redwood offers the only workload management software built for SaaS scalability and multi-cloud environments. Eliminate the hassle of hosting, deploying and maintaining your multi-cloud management solution.
Redwood allows us to deliver the highest level of customer service, with less effort and fewer resources than if we were working manually. Redwood is the heartbeat of our processes, and it would be a challenge to work without it.
Leon Verhagen, Director of IT Operations, bol.com
Redwood is designed to expand as your DevOps team adapts to new challenges such as digital transformation and regulatory requirements. All functionalities and connectors are included with simple pay-for-what-you-use pricing plans.
Hybrid cloud environments use a mix of on-premises, private cloud and public cloud services. Hybrid cloud management refers to the tools and practices used to manage workloads, governance and IT services across multiple cloud environments. Cloud-based workload automation platforms such as Redwood make it easy to coordinate workloads, provision cloud resources and automate virtualization across hybrid environments. See what you can achieve with Redwood.
Hybrid cloud environments are best managed with cloud-based workload automation solutions. This includes platforms such as Redwood that enable workloads, resources and services to be managed across multiple systems, on-premises or cloud-based, from a single pane of glass. This enables IT to orchestrate and monitor processes from a centralized location, simplifying compliance and maintenance. See what you can achieve with Redwood.
Yes, Redwood is a cloud-native workload automation solution that provides pre-built connectors for major cloud providers and services as well as on-premises applications. Users can run common OS, database and application maintenance tasks, coordinate deployment and provisioning applications and automate virtualization. See what you can achieve with Redwood.