Powering DevOps With Intelligent Automation

LeTo’s "Less to Do" orchestration platform helps you achieve enterprise-level automation of current manual or partially-automated processes.

Saving you significant time and money.

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LeTo is focused on the application lifecycle, creating an end-to-end automated workflow with seamless integration to a variety of tools and technologies.

LeTo Features

CI/CD Workflow Management | LeTo

CI/CD Workflow Management
LeTo's workflow manager allows you to define custom workflows and automate your manual processes.

Automated ETL Deployments | LeToAutomated ETL Deployments
LeTo provides CI/CD for ETL applications like SSIS and Informatica. Deployment of ETL code and associated scripts is automated.

Selenium and Sikuli Test Automation | LeTo

Selenium and Sikuli Test Automation
LeTo provides an ability to integrate and run Selenium and Sikuli automation scripts for web and desktop applications test automation.

Integration to and from other CI/CD tools | LeTo

Integration with Other CI/CD Tools
LeTo provides standard plugins out-of-the-box to integrate with various CI/CD tools in a bidirectional manner.

Extensible and Adaptable plugin-based Architecture | LeTo

Extensible and Adaptable Plugin-Based Architecture
LeTo is built on a plugin-based architecture which makes it a robust, flexible, cost-effective framework.

LeTo Unifies All DevOps Functional and Technical Components | LeTo

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What platforms does this support?
Oracle, MS SQL, Informatica, Hadoop, HPQC, and JIRA.

2. Does LeTo require training for the entire team?
LeTo is designed to be intuitive and easy to use. It removes manual steps from the Solution Delivery Life Cycle and will require only minor training to implement the automation process.

3. How is LeTo deployed?
LeTo is a containerized solution in Docker and can be deployed on-premise or in the cloud.

4. Does LeTo support automated ETL deployments?
Yes. LeTo supports automated ETL Validation allowing the ETL Developer to quickly validate an ETL Package before submitting for deployment. LeTo also provides the user the ability to validate and deploy without having to submit for deployment.

5. Can LeTo run ad-hoc tests?
Yes. LeTo users can execute ad-hoc queries which are not present in the test suite against databases.

6. Is LeTo application dependent?
No. LeTo’s ETL testing framework is independent of the tool used for ETL. The test cases can be written and executed for any of the ETL tools, such as Informatica, SSIS, Sqoop, Kafka, and more.