As one of Murphy's Laws says: “You can't expect the unexpected, otherwise there would be no need for the word unexpected.”
Workload Scheduler for z/OS is supposed handle your plans and run all the jobs you need without intervention, but when somethings goes wrong, the Dynamic Workload Console is there to help you deal with the expected and unexpected events in your plan and to improve the daily life of Workload Scheduler operators.
In this blog post, we’ll take a look at a first scenario that can be improved with the graphical and predictive analytics functionalities of the Dynamic Workload Console that are also available with Workload Scheduler for z/OS.
How many timeshave you wasted cloud resources because your virtual machineswereunderutilized?And how often have you needed additional cloud resources because performances were not optimal? A new solution pack is available on top of Workload Automation, provided by HCL Product and Platform, to automate dynamic provisioning and deprovisioning of cloud resources, on as-needed basis. We have already presented this solution pack in a previous blog, Why you should manage cloud resources as an integral part of your business workflow,let’s know more about the new plugin for Microsoft Azure.
November 21, 2017 Vincenzina Leone, Software Engineer
Would you like to use a virtual machine (VM) for your business but are afraid you will end up spending too much time provisioning, deprovisioning or managing it? Do you need a VM, but you surrender because of the high cost for just a short period? Would you like to schedule a daily/monthly backup of your VM, change its status, stop, restart, resize, or add memory to it, only when it's needed and automatically?
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