Low Code Automation FAQs

ATOM workflow automation integrates with 150+ devices across 45+ vendors.

  • Monitoring & Ticketing solutions including ServiceNow, BMC Remedy, Jira and others
  • Orchestrators including Anuta ATOM and Ansible
  • SDN and SDWAN controllers such as Viptela, Versa, Nuage
  • Load balancers from F5, Citrix, Riverbed
  • Router and switches from Cisco, Juniper, Arista and many more
  • Firewalls from Checkpoint, Brocade, Palo Alto and others

ATOM workflow automation is a BPMN-compliant low-code framework. All workflows can be very easily created using a simple drag-and-drop utility. ATOM provides numerous out-of-box workflow templates to get you started quickly. You can use simple scripting in Groovy, Python or Java Script to fine-tune the templates specific to your workflow.

ATOM Workflow automation can be used for provisioning resources and responding to telemetry and analytics events to enforce a baseline behavior. For e.g. Consider a network policy that states that the CPU of any router should not exceed 70%. ATOM workflow can integrate with ATOM Analytics and ATOM Closed-loop automation to constantly monitor and enforce this policy.

Service orchestration is provided by Anuta ATOM service model framework. ATOM service model framework provides complete end-to-end service management capabilities. It also ensures service compliance and enforces reconciliation on service policy violations. ATOM workflow automation seamlessly integrates with the service model framework to provide a comprehensive service lifecycle management.

Yes, ATOM workflow supports pre-checks on devices such as route check, ping check.

Service orchestration is good to maintain the state of the device or network. But it cannot help you in managing a flow that customers are used to when handling method-of-procedures. Workflow automation or low code automation can help you with that flow where you can add pre & post validations to any activity including the service orchestration.

 Yes, Anuta ATOM’s workflow automation framework supports rollback scenarios. This could be an on-demand rollback or it could be done as a result of a validation check. The rollback can have approval integrated into them to offer more control.

Yes, several best practices around multi-vendor provisioning, software upgrades, and troubleshooting workflows are offered out-of-box in ATOM.

ATOM’s workflow framework is based on BPMN2.0 standard. You may use the workflow builder packaged into ATOM to create or edit workflows.

Yes, ATOM’s workflow can trigger Ansible playbooks and offer more value by adding validation checks before and after the playbook execution.