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.
Every day is a good day for enjoy a good coffee at the bar, before starting the morning work. But every IT administrator knows that a good day is a day where all that happens, it a predicted stuff. “If I have a plan, I can manage everything without pain” I say to myself.
When we started to have Workload Automation offered as a Service (Try it!), we have started to be customer of our product. And I was suffering of the same pains… What happens if I need to upgrade an agent? Can I deliver the build to the test before the start of the day? If I don’t my boss will blame me: the test team will declare to be late!
Have you ever dreamed of a real time, easy-to-use, global dashboard where you could easily understand in case of problems, what's going wrong in your environment and use the same dashboard to perform a fast response to those problems?
Well, now you have it!
Workload Automation – offered as both on-Cloud and on-premise solutions – is proud to announce the new Workload Dashboard 2.0!