Event-Driven Automation

StackStorm is a powerful open-source automation platform that wires together all of your apps, services and workflows. It’s extendable, flexible, and built with love for DevOps and ChatOps

Looking for additional features and enterprise level support? Then try Brocade Workflow Composer, powered by StackStorm

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Sensors and actions

Sensors and actions are plugins for inbound and outbound integrations. They are easy to author, and existing scripts can be turned to actions just by adding metadata

Workflows

Workflows string together multiple actions: define the order, transitions, conditions, and data transformation. They also provide visibility to execution state and results

Rules

Rules are the “if this then that” of StackStorm: they are used to launch actions on various events. Create them in Web UI or import existing ones and configure

Audit

See the detailed action history anytime: actions, triggers, all the parameters and result. Audit becomes the memory of your operations as well as a means to ensure control

  Automated Remediation

When failures happen, StackStorm can act as Tier 1 support: It troubleshoots, fixes known problems, and escalates to humans when needed. Be it a silly yet common “when disk is out of space, clean up the logs”, recovering RabbitMQ split-brain, migrating MySQL master, or automating troubleshooting guides for OpenStack or Cassandra… the learning from Facebook, LinkedIn and others is: if you don’t automate, you die.

Security remediation—automated responses to cyber attacks—is becoming more important every day, and StackStorm can help you protect your infrastructure and data.


ChatOps brings automation and collaboration together; transforming devops teams to get things done better, faster, and with style. StackStorm provides native two-way Chatops support. Expose actions via human-friendly aliases; get notifications from rules and workflows – no coffee-script, just add YAML. Works with Slack, HipChat, IRC, and other chat services via Hubot.


  Continuous Deployment

Continuous deployment can get complex, beyond Jenkins or other specialized opinionated tools. Automate advanced CI/CD pipelines, “your way”, with StackStorm. Start from “Canary” deployment sample automation blueprint. Build and test with Jenkins, provision a new AWS cluster, turn on some traffic with the load balancer, and roll-forward or roll-back based on NewRelic app performance data, and Chatops for human gate checks. Hack to fit your requirements.

Canary pattern deployment blueprints


Cloud-agnostic autoscaling with Rackspace, DevOps & New Relic

  Automate Everything!

A powerful and generic automation platform, StackStorm is being applied for a broad variety of use cases, wiring together everything from home appliances to research tools. Service catalog fulfillment, advanced auto-scaling, Internet of Things, cross-system relays, smart home automation, even genomic sequencing: it doesn’t matter if you’re using rare or highly specialized tools, creating a StackStorm automation pack of your own is easy.

Meet Brocade Workflow Composer

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Brocade Workflow Composer (BWC) is the commercial version of StackStorm automation platform. BWC adds priority support, advanced features such as fine-tuned access control, LDAP, and Workflow Designer. 

Looking for network lifecycle automation? You can also tap into the growing library of Brocade network automation suites.

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Brocade Workflow Composer 

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Sensors and actions

"If this then that" rules

Native ChatOps support

Cross-domain workflows

Admin UI

Design UI

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Role-based access control

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LDAP Integration

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Network lifecycle automation

DYI

Support

Community-based, 
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