Analyst Report

[451 Research] Network Workflow Automation Gets a Low-Code Makeover

Letting IT build network automation seems compelling at first but will incur significant technical debt for future generations. Low-code workflow automation balances the customization enterprises desire with automation against pre-built and reusable blocks of functions.

IT automation is in demand and there’s no shortage of tools from scripting languages and libraries to commercial, off-the-shelf automation software to help IT automate and orchestrate across IT domains. However, many of those tools are difficult to set up and manage and shifts the operational burden from managing IT products and services to managing the system that manages the IT products and services.

Learn more about the 451 take on how network workflow automation is taking a low-code approach and how Itential’s Automation Platform is taking low-code automaton to the next level.