The schema of the Workload Scheduler is only changed by the product's installation and update but sometimes can be happen that automatic scripts or manually changes are voluntarily or involuntarily applied to the database.
This situation could reduce the Workload Scheduler performances and data consistency if, for example, an index is dropped or a foreign key is removed. If you have installed the Workload Scheduler on a DB2 or Oracle RDBMS, you can easily check the status of your database schema.
In today’s fast-changing IT world, companies across all industries base their ability to be agile and efficient on a successful collaboration between their developers and their operational teams. The trend has gone by the name of DevOps that clearly highlights how the two departments need to engage in a constant dialog.
On the developers’ side, IT workers are getting more and more involved on all aspects of IT operational activities with a growing focus on automation.
With the Version 9.4 fix pack 1 of Workload Automation we introduced a new intuitive graphical view of the Dynamic Workload Console. These enhancements are intended to help customers navigate easily in the Workload Automation.
Through the plan view of job streams and dependencies you will easily detect issues and you will have an overall picture of the plan and how it’s structured. We also added graphical representation of the object to give a better user experience and improve the usability.