Welcome back! In the first episode Bomb dive into Machine Learning Episode 1, we clarified that Machine Learning is a subclass of the Artificial Intelligence category that includes (but not only) neural networks.
What if an ordinary day with Workload Automation turns into an intriguing mystery clue game? How can you find out what went wrong? Which is the weapon, and in which room did the crime scene occur in? Let’s put on the detective hat and start the game!
Although Dynamic Agents have been around since TWS 8.6, troubleshooting procedures and checks around Dynamic Agents are not clear yet among majority of the Workload Automation Administrators.
What is a gateway? You can configure a Dynamic Agent as a network gateway to other Dynamic Agents which cannot communicate directly with the Dynamic Workload Broker (DWB) installed on the Master Domain Manager (MDM) or Domain Manager (DM).
This article aims to explore the different types of gateway supported by Workload Automation Dynamic Agent.
IBM Z Workload Scheduler provides a smart interface called Workload Automation Programming Language (WAPL) that allows users simply leverage the full potential of Z Workload Scheduler.
With WAPL it is possible to easily implement scenarios that would normally require a complex programming if implemented through the classic Workload Scheduler Programming Interface Facility (PIF).