IT Automation Software

Automate and monitor any IT or business process with Redwood’s unified, cloud-native platform.

Eliminate Your Time-Consuming, Manual Processes

  • Low-Code IT Automation

  • Resilient, Cloud-Native Scalability

  • Simple, Secure Architecture

  • Expand Your Automation Strategy

Low-Code IT Automation

Redwood makes it easy to manage automated workflows and dependencies across any on-premises, cloud-based or containerized IT environment. Automate repetitive tasks with Redwood’s reusable process steps, sequences, calendars and more.

  • Execute routine tasks in real-time based on detected source files, data, events or messages from apps
  • Seamlessly coordinate and integrate legacy systems, disparate operating systems, open-source apps and cloud services using pre-built connectors and API adapters
  • Streamline DevOps with consumable workflow automation services and microservices with native SOA APIs and formats
  • Simplify processes across ERP, CRM, finance, data centers, business process management tools and artificial intelligence platforms

Resilient, Cloud-Native Scalability

Redwood offers the only workload automation solution purpose-built for delivery as SaaS from the start. Eliminate the hassle of hosting, deploying and maintaining your automation platform. Easily connect to major cloud providers (AWS, Azure, GCP).

  • Single-tenant cloud architecture with zero-effort maintenance and guaranteed 99.95% uptime
  • Easily set flexible load balancing and process priorities across applications to provide reliable, efficient IT services
  • Control servers and run scripts with lightweight, self-updating agents for Windows, Linux, AIX, HPUX, macOS, OpenVMS, and Solaris
  • Real-time metrics dashboards with alerts and SLA notifications that enable teams to resolve issues before they impact performance

We saved 84 man-hours – that’s 10.5 days a quarter – when our specialist can work on other projects. Redwood is business critical. I really wonder how other enterprise businesses can manage without it.

Hans Jansen, Senior SAP Basis Specialist, Epson

Simple, Secure Architecture

  • Access SAP, Oracle, AS/400, VMS and other applications and web services directly through TLS 1.3 encrypted, agentless connections
  • Use built-in authentication or SSO/SAML 2.0+ integration such as Okta, Ping Identity, PingFederate, or Microsoft Azure AD
  • Establish a comprehensive audit trail for all process and user activity and enforce business rules across hybrid cloud
  • Rely on Redwood’s ISO 27001, SOC 2 and CSA STAR Level 1 certifications, best-in-class SaaS security policies and regular penetration tests

Expand Your Automation Strategy

Redwood is designed to expand as business operations adapt to new challenges and require new technologies. All capabilities and connectors are included with simple pay-for-what-you-use pricing plans.

  • Add as many servers, environments and digital technologies as you need without restrictions or extra costs
  • Automate any use case using a low-code, drag-and-drop user interface with built-in wizards and reusable templates
  • Empower business users to confirm, request and interact with intelligent automation through self-service web forms and email processing
  • Gain new features and deploy security patches through patch management and automatic optimization updates that complete in minutes

Accelerate The Benefits Of Digital Transformation

Frequently Asked Questions

What is IT automation?

Automation in IT refers to the use of software to manage applications or IT tasks without human intervention. Automated tasks can be triggered by IT or business events, or tasks can be scheduled to run at specific times. IT automation is related to business process automation (BPA) but focuses on IT processes, data and infrastructure automation. Modern automation technologies such as Redwood are considered cloud-native IT automation solutions.

What is an example of IT automation?

An example of IT automation is automated software testing. In this process, test cases run automatically without manual intervention. The tests can run frequently, with every code change, to catch bugs and ensure the software is functioning as expected.

Another example is network automation, which involves using software for configuration management and automation, and monitoring network devices like routers, switches, and firewalls. This may include tasks like automatically provisioning new devices, updating firmware, and monitoring network performance. Learn how Redwood can help your organization with IT automation software.

What are the advantages of using IT automation?

Using IT automation offers many benefits to organizations, including increased efficiency, better accuracy, lower costs, scalability, enhanced decision-making, less human error, upgraded customer experience, improved compliance, and more streamlined onboarding for new IT team members. See various use cases for using Redwood IT automation services.

What are the different types of IT automation?

The different types of IT automation include:

  • Automated software testing: test code changes, software functionality, and catch bugs
  • Network automation: configuration management and networking device monitoring
  • Business process automation: invoicing and payroll
  • Data management automation: data backups and archiving
  • Automated IT operations: server provisioning and monitoring
  • Reporting and data analytics

See how to manage your data warehouse with data management automation with Redwood.

What is the difference between IT automation and IT orchestration?

IT automation and IT orchestration are related concepts in the field of IT management, but they refer to different things.

IT automation focuses on automating individual tasks, while IT orchestration focuses on coordinating and managing multiple IT systems and processes to achieve a specific goal. IT orchestration can use IT automation techniques, but it goes beyond just automation to include coordination and management of multiple systems and processes. Learn about end-to-end business process orchestration with Redwood.

Are IT automation tools the same as RPA?

No, IT automation solutions are separate from robotic process automation (RPA), though it is possible to manage RPA with IT automation software. RPA software relies on front-end integrations to complete rules-based tasks such as data entry. IT automation uses programmatic integrations to coordinate event-based processes across disparate systems. You can think of RPA as front-office and IT automation as back office. See how you can automate back office tasks with Redwood automation software.

How much does the average IT automation software cost?

The cost of IT automation software varies depending on a number of factors. Some IT automation software can be purchased as a one-time license, while others may be offered subscription-based.

The price of most IT automation software ranges depending on the size of the organization, number of jobs that are being run, connectors and if any additional add-ons or services are needed. Get pricing on Redwood’s IT automation services.

How does Redwood simplify IT automation?

Redwood simplifies IT automation by providing dozens of no-code/low-code integrations and web services so users can connect to any application or system in their tech stack, such as Zapier, Salesforce, and Slack, just to name a few.

This gives IT teams a unified automation environment that simplifies cross-platform processes while enabling low-code development, process orchestration and visibility across IT operations and IT infrastructure. Learn more about managing infrastructure with Redwood.