xavierwrenn

/Xavier Wrenn

About Xavier Wrenn

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Xavier Wrenn has created 9 blog entries.

Cisco Router Automated Troubleshooting

2020-05-22T15:27:16+01:00May 19th, 2020|Demos|

Cisco Router Automated Troubleshooting Workflow automation demo where a router configuration change causes our NMS to generate an alert, which creates a ticket in ServiceNow with the cause of the outage. This is simple process automation that so many organizations struggle with. Why ​waste​ ​time​ ​on​ ​repetitive​ [...]

The Challenge of Process to API Mapping

2020-01-03T18:29:39+01:00February 3rd, 2020|Pliant Automation Blog|

  The Challenge of Process to API Mapping   By Ross Maurer With many infrastructure vendors promising to deliver more and more API driven capabilities and functionality from their platforms, customers are often left facing the challenge of identifying value in the myriad of often loosely documented API function calls and data sets on offer. Once [...]

Automation Environments

2020-01-21T16:55:30+01:00January 21st, 2020|Pliant Automation Blog|

  Automation Environments   If you were to think of examples of automation at scale today, what springs to mind? I would immediately think of coordinated robotics, spinning and aligning panel work to chassis in automotive manufacturing amidst a shower of sparks and welds. Or the relentless flow of logistics management, delivering anything from food to [...]

Infrastructure Technology Spend – Do vendor’s over-promise or is it something else?

2020-01-03T18:23:50+01:00January 3rd, 2020|Pliant Automation Blog|

Infrastructure Technology Spend – Do vendor’s over-promise or is it something else? By Luke Lim. Have you got loads of systems, tools and technologies in your infrastructure that are not quite realizing the full unadulterated value that was promised by the vendor? The first place you might look to understand why this is can be to [...]

Pliant Revolutionizes RPA With Virtual Guide, Simulates & Troubleshoots Automation Workflows

2019-10-21T13:23:01+01:00October 16th, 2019|News|

PLIANT REVOLUTIONIZES RPA WITH A POWERFUL VIRTUAL GUIDE THAT SIMULATES AND TROUBLESHOOTS AUTOMATION WORKFLOWS New “debugger” enables DevOps/ITOps/SecOps to test and refine workflow automations in-flight without needing to troubleshoot via tedious log files BOSTON – October 16, 2019.  Pliant, a leading robotic process automation (RPA) software provider for API-driven enterprise and service provider infrastructures, today released [...]

WhyFly Selects Pliant to Automate Customer Onboarding

2020-03-10T11:12:50+01:00September 11th, 2019|News|

  Automating historically manual functions will increase the regional internet provider’s overall business efficiency and enable a continued focus on customer satisfaction.   BOSTON-Pliant, the company that lets you build sophisticated workflows to automate complex business and IT processes in minutes, not weeks, today announced that WhyFly, a regional Internet provider, has selected Pliant to provide automation for [...]

Pliant Adds Industry Veteran Jesse Rothstein to Its Board of Directors

2019-10-01T19:46:29+01:00August 13th, 2019|News|

ExtraHop Networks CTO & Board Chairman brings technical vision, expertise and successful track record BOSTON--Pliant, a workflow automation platform for API-driven enterprise and service provider infrastructures, today announced the addition of Jesse Rothstein, co-founder, CTO and Chairman of the Board at ExtraHop Networks, to its board of directors. “We are excited that he will be bringing [...]

Pliant Launches Out of Stealth and Raises $2.5 Million to Automate the Digital World

2019-10-01T19:47:32+01:00May 21st, 2019|News|

Pliant, a workflow automation platform for API-driven enterprise and service provider infrastructures, today announced it has launched out of stealth and secured over $2.5 million in funding, led by former SevOne tech startup exec, Vess Bakalov. Backed by Newfund Capital, New Stack Ventures, Leading Edge, and other angel and family investors, the funding will be used [...]