Prevent Environment Inconsistencies on ServiceNow®
xtype provides multi-environment visibility, controlled instance synchronization, zero-touch deployments, accelerated delivery, and enhanced governance.
Zurich Insurance deploys ServiceNow releases 5X faster with xtype
Zurich, like most companies, has adopted DevOps and Agile methodologies. It became apparent that those principles needed to be applied to their ServiceNow development efforts. However, many of the DevOps tools and metrics these days are still focused on file-based architected applications, not platform-built use cases like ServiceNow update sets, plugins, scripts, apps, and more. Zurich adopted xtype to shrink its growing backlog, deliver value more quickly and shorten its cloning windows.
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From the Blog
Introducing xtype View™: Uncovering Environment Inconsistencies
We were thrilled to announce the highly anticipated release of our latest product, xtype View™, at ServiceNow® Knowledge 23. xtype View ends ServiceNow instance inconsistencies by unleashing the power of real-time multi-instance visibility that allows ServiceNow pros to get their lives back.
The Imperative to Clone ServiceNow Instances: A Dive Into Underlying Business and Technical Factors
The End: Cloning ServiceNow instances is a necessary practice. It is indeed a 'necessary evil.' Organizations need to find ways to minimize the need for cloning. But wait, let's step back and start at the beginning.
Breaking Down ServiceNow Environment Inconsistencies and the Case for Cloning
There's no arguing that ServiceNow has significantly simplified the enterprise landscape, providing cloud-based tools to streamline workflows and better align IT services with business needs. Yet, like any digital ecosystem, it's not without challenges – specifically regarding environment inconsistencies.