IT Central Station is now PeerSpot: Here's why Release Valuable Features

Senior, Workload Automation Analyst at a government with 501-1,000 employees

The orchestration from our perspective was nice because right now, we're having to manually launch deployment jobs out of Jenkins. The orchestration, building the release, and then just executing it and managing that pipeline — the orchestration capabilities are great for that.

It had the built-in metrics that we did use in selling to the executives. The metrics were good. It retained build-information so we didn't have to go back through it and dig out some old records to figure out what we've done — that was a really nice feature. 

From my perspective, I don't know about the entire team, just automating the backfill off of the production deployment was one benefit.

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