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Automation, Innovations | July 12, 2021
3 Simple ways HCL Clara will enhance Workload Automation experience
Looking for the most innovative chatbot platform? Times are changing and you always look forward to find the most innovative platform. Maybe 5 years ago you would never have imagined that it would be possible to have a "person" by your side, who in every working moment, would tell you what to do, how to do it, and relieve you from all those low value-added activities. 
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Automation, Innovations | June 16, 2021
HCL Workload Automation on HCL SoFy – The Operator’s Perspective & Application Architect
Now that we have talked about the Business User & Scheduler’s Perspective in our previous blog post, this part will focus on the Operator’s perspective and the overall application architecture. 
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Automation, Innovations | June 14, 2021
HCL Workload Automation on HCL SoFy – The Business User & Scheduler Perspective
At HCL Software we introduce to you HCL SoFy, the easiest way to deploy your HCL Software products in Kubernetes in minutes. Browse our extensive catalog of enterprise software products and rest APIs to develop rich and more powerful applications with enduring value. 
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HCL Workload Automation is Cloud Native: Q&A with Chief Software Architect
In this blog, we are going to take you through a quick Fireside chat with HCL Workload Automation's Chief Software Architect, Franco Mossotto talking more about HCL Workload Automation and HCL software's cloud native approach​.
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Automation, Innovations | April 23, 2021
Boost your Workload Automation console in a GKE cluster with Google Cloud SQL and session affinity enabled for the load balancer
​In this blog, we are going to walk you through enabling session affinity for the Dynamic Workload Console (console) deployed in a Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) cluster that uses an HTTP(S) load balancer network service that leverages an instance of Google Cloud SQL for SQL Server managed database. In a GKE cluster environment, a backend service defines how the HTTP(S) cloud load balancing network service distributes incoming traffic. By default, the method for distributing new connections uses a hash calculated based on five pieces of information: The client's IP address.The source port.The load balancer's internal forwarding rule IP address.The destination port.The protocol. ​You can modify the traffic distribution method for HTTP(S) traffic by specifying a session affinity option.
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Introducing HCL SoFy – The Next Generation Software Development Accelerator
HCL SoFy uses Helm technology to provide HCL products and APIs as cloud-ready building blocks. These catalog products and services are enabled for Kubernetes as docker images and helm charts
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