Increase productivity. Implement self-service.
Reduce ticket queues. Improve response times.
Oversee everything. Delegate anything.
Validate compliance. Log all Ops activity.
It’s easy to roll out your first Rundeck project.
by defining a single step or a workflow that can execute any set of commands, scripts, or tools on any number of local or remote nodes. Jobs can be triggered by the scheduler or on-demand via the web interface or API.
to execute or follow the output -- depending on the permissions you give them. Collaborate with others and build your organization's library of repeatable and auditable actions. You can also let users to run ad-hoc commands (if your security policies allow it).
You've safely given Dev and QA teams access to self-service operations tasks (restarts, health checks, deployment, data management, etc). Now you can spend less of your time fielding repetitive requests and more of your time doing new and interesting things that will further the business.