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"Work Orchestration and Observability Become Critical for Operational Resilience"
Cutover, the leader in work orchestration and observability, allows teams to plan, rehearse, orchestrate, and analyze work involving humans and technology, at speed, while remaining resilient.
Today’s financial services’ (FS) CIOs face immense pressure to manage and operate their organizations like startups—fast and nimble. But unlike a startup, FS organizations are heavily incumbered by a complex, interconnected web of technologies, delivery models, and processes.
Any change within this web, from small system updates to new feature rollouts to large-scale migrations, presents risk for an information technology (IT) failure. Recent IT-related incidents have had disastrous outcomes for several institutions and their customers, prompting renewed government scrutiny and demand for different tools and approaches to manage change.
This paper discusses why the industry is facing more IT failures and introduces the use of a work orchestration and observability platform to coordinate work across humans and machines to eliminate disruptive failures and ensure operational resilience.
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