The Cutover Platform sits at a powerful intersection between Portfolio Management, Development, Operations and Resilience. None of the tools in these areas tackle real-time human and machine orchestration. The Cutover Integration server enables objects in Cutover Enterprise such as Events, Runbooks and Tasks to be augmented with data mastered in other sources. Download the white paper for details.

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“I can think of so many projects I’ve done in the past that would have benefitted from this.”

Infrastructure Manager



Service Management Tools

Send actions in Cutover to Service Management for change approval. Make changes that need an approved record in the Service Management platform and open and close change tickets without leaving Cutover.


DevOps Tools

Cutover can interact with DevOps Tools (e.g. continuous integration tools such as Jenkins) to start an action and alert users when it has finished. This can be used to build and deploy software, manage the pipeline or push software builds.


Collaboration Tools

Use communication & collaboration tools such as Slack, Symphony or Microsoft Teams as an alternative to text/call notifications, enabling Cutover alerts and notifications to be serviced through company-preferred channels.

Example: DevOps Tools

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One example of how the Cutover Integration Server can be used is as a component of the DevOps process. Although this is a mostly automated process involving a range of tools, there are still points in the release that will require human actions e.g. approvals or attestations. The Cutover Platform provides interoperability between these tools and between human and automated tasks to create a seamless process.