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Star Command Center
Star Command Center (SCC) introduces simplicity and control to the automated processes that support your applications. Star Command Center is uniquely positioned to address automation challenges between hybrid computing environments and a heterogeneous mix of applications.
Star Integration Server
Star Integration Server (SIS) is a data bridge that extracts key business data, metadata and security from Oracle Essbase, Oracle Hyperion Planning and Oracle Hyperion Financial Management. This in turn enables the data to be used with a variety of reporting applications and data warehouses. Star Integration Server extends your EPM investment and enables a standardized corporate reporting standard.
Star Command Center Cloud Edition
Star Command Center Cloud Edition enables businesses to automate and control their applications from the Cloud. With a focus on hybrid Cloud information integration and workflow orchestration, Star Command Center addresses the complex challenge of application integration across hybrid computing environments. Star Command Center is a key enabler for the next wave of enterprise computing as it moves to the Cloud.
Solutions for Simplicity and Control
Star Analytics offers solutions for process automation and application integration across hybrid computing environments with products that address the automation and integration requirements of Business Intelligence software. To understand why Star Analytics is valuable to today’s corporate computing, it is important to understand the challenges and requirements that companies face.
Companies rely on Business Intelligence, planning, operational and financial analysis to improve and accelerate business decisions. Time is of the essence to ensure that users have the right information at the right time. There is a heavy reliance upon users to interact and submit data in a timely manner to meet management goals, but are your systems keeping up?
The challenge expands with proliferating databases, reporting applications and Business Intelligence tools that all require seamless integration, and it is all but straight forward. A patchwork of brittle custom code that is hard to maintain, or manual processes that are cumbersome and require administrative privileges, introduce compliance risks, tie up technical staff and prevent the system from being the best it can be.
Finally, the challenge is compounded as corporations introduce a hybrid computing strategy with existing on-premise applications and new systems that are in the Cloud. Defining, managing, and monitoring the large number of underlying automation interfaces is unwieldy, expensive and in most cases does not address the stringent corporate security requirements and cross platform network challenges.
The ideal solution will leverage existing infrastructure and not be a wholesale rip and replace. Years are typically invested into automation routines and processes, and there are corporate Enterprise Management systems that need to be leveraged.
Moreover, there is the requirement to reduce the number of scripts, remove hardcoded and sensitive login information and introduce automation Life Cycle Management (LCM) that supports corporate compliance and control initiatives.
The system should support self-service automation enabling business users to securely run and monitors their own processes while being insulated from the complexities of the underlying infrastructure. On the flipside, administrators need the visibility to see who ran what, where, when and how and to feel confident to delegate the running of processes to business users.
Finally, the automation solution should make hybrid Cloud computing seamless from an application perspective. Regardless of location of either on-premise or in the Cloud, automation tasks should be easily sequenced as a single unified process.