How Fanatics Used vCommander to Automate DevOps Provisioning
Read how the global leader in licensed sports merchandise, Fanatics, used vCommander to automate processes involved in creating virtual machines and deploying new applications.
Before the introduction of Embotics vCommander, the typical time for Fanatics to provision a virtual machine was three days.
Once system requirements, such as type and placement of the systems, were determined, coordination was required between multiple teams to allocate storage, deploy firewall rules, and assign network addresses.
It soon became apparent that the company needed to embrace a DevOps model to provision systems in a timely manner and to automate a lot of processes that were being performed manually.
Read the case study today and learn how Fanatics used vCommander to automate DevOps provisioning.