Focusing on high customisability and power, we made it as easy as possible for you to define process automation on Cloudomation.
Use the full power of Python. You have the full range of standard Python language elements at your disposal when defining your automated processes.
Easy to learn
Python is one of the easiest scripting languages. And there is no need to be a Python expert: with a little experience in any language, you are good to go.
Work together with your colleagues on defining automated processes. Cloudomation supports multiple users and collaborative work on flow scripts.
Use your own editor
You can use our online editor, or simply stick to the editor you love and synchronise your flow scripts to Cloudomation via Git. Fully automatically.
Build your processes with separate flow scripts. Each flow script can be used in different automated processes. Get started quickly by reusing flow scripts from our public library.
Here is how you can integrate Cloudomation with your existing infrastructure. Cloudomation will complement and enhance your system – keep your current tools and working processes. Cloudomation will seamlessly integrate.
Connect on-premise and cloud tools
Use Cloudomation satellites to safely and easily build automated processes across cloud and on-premise systems.
Event triggered jobs
Existing tools in your environment can trigger an automated process in Cloudomation via webhooks.
Simple remote access without having to install anything on the target system.
Run scripts on remote systems written in any programming language.
React to changes in remote systems. Cloudomation can actively monitor (poll) or passively subscribe to updates.
Your process automation can involve many different tools. Here is a set of solutions that Cloudomation currently can connect with easily.
SQL (relational) and NoSQL (graph, key-value, document, object)
Via REST web interfaces
AWS, Google Cloud, Azure, etc.
Connect via ssh, scp, Windows Remote Management (PowerShell)
Image recognition, speech recognition, translation, maps, tagging, etc.
Files (serverless) and file systems
Version control systems
Fully integrated with Git, able to connect to other version control systems
Send e-mails via SMTP
Cloudomation is built to work in the real world. That means that sometimes things will go pear shaped. Cloudomation helps you deal with it.
Processes in Cloudomation never abort, unless you want them to. It was never so easy to deal with the unexpected.
Run processes once, once per second, or a hundred times in parallel. Cloudomation will take care of scaling resources for you. Fully automatically.
Full audit trail
Keep the overview of your processes. Cloudomation logs all executions minutely. See what happens both while your processes are running, and after they are complete.
Your automated process is made up of several separate flow scripts with clear scope. When you need to change something, you know exactly where to go.
Run your processes once every hour, every first of the month, whenever your disk space gets scarce or every Thursday afternoon if it rains. We take customisability seriously.
Do you have questions?
We’re happy to help.
- Simple definition of custom webhooks.
- REST API (Cloudomation is fully automatable).
- Agentless connections to remote systems (e.g. via ssh or remote desktop).
- Integration with Git for version control of flow scipts.
- Standard Python 3 available for use in flow scripts.
- Python extension with job control features: pause and resume executions.
- Cloudomation satellites:
- Docker containters that can be deployed in any network you want to access from Cloudomation.
- Communicate with the Cloudomation platform only via outgoing connections.
- Can be restricted with your permissions system.
- Enable you to build automated processes across as many networks as you need.
Existing integrations with:
- Google APIs (all of them)
- MS SQL
- OAuth 1 & 2
- Oracle SQL
- PowerShell (Windows Remote Management)