Infrastructure Automation Envisioning Workshop

4 hours

People want to be part of something bigger than themselves. They want to believe their work matters. Organizations with cultures built on learning, innovation and advancing a meaningful cause can magnetically attract and retain a talented, inspired and dedicated workforce.

Many organizations view automation technology as a path to build safe and innovative cultures, although technology alone does not build cultural excellence. We believe that human transformation, when aided by automation technology, is the catalyst for both sustainable individual and organizational excellence.

Our Infrastructure Automation Envisioning Workshop will help you begin your automation journey. We will help you build an automation strategy that creates a sustainable, programmability-minded culture focused on persistent learning, risk reduction and fulfilling, impactful work.

What to Expect

Experienced automation experts will guide your teams through a series of exercises which help you identify target use cases for automation, understand how to best use different automation tools, and determine the steps necessary for you to successfully develop and implement automation at scale.

  • Automation approaches and strategies
  • Assessment of automation maturity
  • Design and architecture considerations
  • Organization of automation priorities
  • Outline of next steps
  • WWT automation insights

Goals & Objectives

WWT experts will help your team understand the "art-of-the-possible" with real-world examples of infrastructure automation. These examples include the process changes and cultural shifts that will help you develop a strong automation center of excellence within your organization.

This interactive, working session invites technology decision-makers, engineers and architects to collaborate with WWT subject matter experts on:

Your Objectives — Goals, challenges, skill sets, timing, risk avoidance, current state and desired future state.

Strategic Alignment — Automation scale, cost, culture, tools and matching automation objectives with strategic goals.

Architecture and Design — Considerations for technology solutions, integration landscapes, in-flight projects and technology learning paths.

Maturity Assessments — Identify your automation maturity and plot a path for growth.

Use-Case Development – Identify use cases where automation will make an impact to the organization.

Priorities and Roadmap — Prioritized recommendations to achieve quick automation wins, long-term automation success, maximized returns on investments and how WWT can help with your next steps.


Align automation technology with your cultural and tactical objectives, understand your current automation maturity level and build momentum to begin or accelerate your automation journey.