Save Time with Crowd Sourced IT Automation

Cloud Sourced IT Automation

With ever-evolving businesses, IT professionals face several challenges such as maintaining critical system up-time along with complex system management. You constantly need to find ways to do more with limited resources.  

Automating IT processes helps with robust monitoring of the systems, and auto-remediation of issues minimizes downtime. Both forms of automation save valuable time for technicians and end users. According to Gartner, the average cost of IT downtime is $5,600 per minute. When critical IT systems fail, downtime can cost not only the company’s money but also its business reputation. 

IT automation increases your IT productivity. But, how can you implement more automation, with all of the other tasks on your plate?

The Value of Crowd Sourced Automation 

Kaseya’s Automation Exchange is a marketplace for sharing, buying and selling agent procedures, automation scripts, reports, and templates for Kaseya’s endpoint and network management products.  

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It is the ultimate source for resources that help businesses build their automated IT processes. They’re tested and used by Kaseya’s customers and partners. It allows for dynamic learning and adaptation of scripts which automate operations, providing better security and easier IT infrastructure management. 

Kaseya’s Automation Exchange has a forum for ratings, reviews and discussions. It is a community of companies that are willing to share automation solutions so that everyone can benefit. 

Got automation scripts to share? Share it on the Automation Exchange with tens of thousands of Kaseya’s users.  

For Your Specific Needs 

One of the key features of the Kaseya Automation Exchange is Requests – where you can request help from the community for any specific automation need. 

The Automation Exchange library has a vast number of scripts built for specific use cases. A few of the most popular ones are: 

Webroot Kaseya Cloud Module 

This Kaseya Module offers powerful features including deployment management, dashboards, auto-discovery, WSAB agent commands, actionable alerts, and threat history. The module is easy to install and use, requiring only a few clicks. 

Upstream Kaseya Power Pack 

Upstream is Kaseya’s exclusive partner and distributor for the Scandinavian market. The power pack has all the best practices for IT automation put together in a zip file. It includes Kaseya agent procedures, reports, event sets, views and more to be used with Kaseya VSA. 

*** In case you missed it and/or have not yet patched your Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 operating systems for the BlueKeep vulnerability (CVE-2019-0708), Upstream has created an agent procedure for VSA that will apply the patch. Learn more here. ***

Kaseya NOC Dashboard 

The NOC dashboard script is for on-premises users requiring a stand-alone network operations center (NOC) display. It provides a configurable, browser-based NOC display suitable for large televisions. 

Security Audit Report 

The Security Audit Report pack consists of one report and six agent procedures to monitor Antivirus, Anti-malware, BitLocker and Firewall status updates on endpoints. It also provides the list of all local admins and network shares on each endpoint. 

These and more can be found in the Automation Exchange. To join Kaseya’s community of customers and partners, and to share resources or to leverage the full power of automation in your business, log onto the Automation Exchange here

Posted by John Emmitt
John Emmitt has more than 15 years of high technology marketing experience, including more than 10 years in the IT Management software market. John was the manager of the enterprise product marketing team at Flexera, an IT management software and SaaS company serving the Global 2000. At Kaseya, John focuses on marketing our core IT Management products to mid-market enterprises. John holds BSEE and MSCS degrees.
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