Are you curious about Workload Scheduler? Do you want to get to know it in an easy, immediate way? How about a detailed, comprehensive overview of its main features, both the latest ones and the ones which have decreed its success over the years?
A great way to get started and understand what the fuss is all about is our exhaustive channel on YouTube, which features over one hundred very popular videos, describing the most exciting new features and tips and tricks on how to use the product for best performance and results.
For example, you don’t want to miss out on the new look and feel for the Graphical views or learn all that there is to know about condition-based workload automation.
Subscribe to our channel and make sure you get all the latest updates: new videos are published on a regular basis.
We're constantly working on building new features and improving existing ones: all the latest features are announced and explained in detail on our What’s New page, updated for each product release.
Once a month we publish two detailed newsletters, one for the distributed and one for the z/OS environment, containing all updates from the development and support teams. To subscribe to the newsletter, send an e-mail to email@example.com with the subject line: subscribe Tivoli Workload Scheduler.
A lot of discussions between subject matter experts and Q&A sessions are taking place right now on Stack Overflow: if you have a technical question about Workload Scheduler, this is the place to go!! Chances are the question you have in mind has been asked already and all you need to do is look it up at this link.
Another great way to keep in touch is following us on Twitter @hclautomation and on #WorkloadAutomation.
So, do you like what see, so far? Then, how about getting more involved in it all? Go ahead and join our customer collaboration program, where you’ll be able to influence the new features being designed for the next release. By participating in our Transparent Development program, you’ll get the chance to promote and discuss requirement scenarios and priorities, review storyboard and documentation, and participate in design discussion sessions.
You will also attend our demo sessions which demonstrate the new product features, based both on the live product and on our signature videos. But that’s not all: you’ll get to play with the actual product in beta version.
You are at the center of our environment, share your priorities and build it with us. We want you as part of our product; we engage you to have your help in improving new solutions for Workload Scheduler.
More than 400 Workload Scheduler users have been involved over time in several editions of the Transparent Development program, and more than 15 select customers have already joined our beta program.
Shape the future releases of Workload Scheduler with us!! Just send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, you do not want to miss out on the next exciting events. See you there!!
Giulia works as an Information Developer in the Workload Automation team. In addition to writing and maintaining standard documentation, she writes blogs, and creates marketing and how-to videos that demonstrate the new features of the Workload Automation product suite.
Francesco works as an Information Developer in the Workload Automation team. He creates how-to and marketing videos and writes documentation. He graduated in Rome where he lives and cultivates his passions.