Workload Scheduler is a state-of-the-art production workload manager, designed to help customers meet their present and future data processing challenges. It enables systematic enterprise-wide workload processing for both calendar and event-based (real-time) workloads across applications and platforms.
Over the last year, the Workload Scheduler team put out a new release of the product, Version 188.8.131.52, which introduces several new features:
When a problem occurs in a critical business process, the main priority is to get it fixed ASAP to ensure business continuity. You want results, not excuses! The service desk operator must be alerted so that the problem can be resolved timely avoiding serious impact on the entire workload. This usually means dealing with disparate applications and systems running in heterogeneous environments.
Standard email notification could work, but what if you could expedite error detection and resolution of failures by automating the incident creation followed by the application of the right recovery action based on the error.
One of the top features of the IBM Workload Scheduler (aka TWS) is the What-If Analysis capability: an advanced simulation tool built to help IBM Workload Automation customers understand the possible impact of changes on their workload.
What-if Analysis is a predictive tool able to represent your workload using a Gantt View, to display scheduled activities faster and give you a visual representation of your workload that at a glance gives feedback about workload health.
Do you dream of a simple way to schedule and monitor your java batches? Are you looking for a way to orchestrate composite workloads and handle the workflow and the exceptions easily?
If your answer is yes, take a closer look at the new IBM Workload Automation plug-in for JSR 352 Java Batch. Here’s a brief description of the JSR 352 protocol and its integration into IBM Workload Automation.
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The Workload Automation on Cloud Solution includes a growing set of ready-to-use applications covering a large number of categories. Each application is equipped with a video and documentation with usage scenarios