This article will explain how to remove old records (tuples) from Workload Automation Event Log table.
If you configured your Workload Automation batch scheduling environment with event-based scheduling, defining actions in response to events that occur in your environment, then it’s recommended to clean up your Event Log table on a timely basis depending on your log retention requirement.
HCL and IBM are proud to announce the release of Workload Automation 9.5 that introduces disruptive innovations and drastically simplifies the automation world.
If you chose to read this article, you are probably looking for a smart way to arrange workload definitions in your enterprise and make your workflows more dynamic. In fact, requirements become higher day by day and the more you go deep in the workload automation the most your workflows became complex, high connected and hard to maintain.
In this article, we will show you some methodologies you can apply to get rid of headache and make your life easier.
This blog addresses some common questions related to Dynamic Scheduling in Workload Automation.
Make a dynamic agent work
A question that I often hear from Workload Automation customers is:
"I would like to start using Dynamic Scheduling, but I only have FTAs in my environment. Do I have to install at least one dynamic agent for each FTA?"
I decided to write this article because I have often heard questions about the meaning, difference, similarity and complementarity of things such as workload automation, job scheduling, robotic process automation, business process management, and so forth.
I'd like to offer you an in-depth understanding of what you are probably missing for a complete business automation and digital transformation. Read this blog if you have already started a Robotic Process Automation (RPA) journey!
DevOps, Digital Transformation, Big Data, Microservices, Containers, and Analytics are just a few of the key trends impacting the concept and strategies of Workload Automation (WLA).
HCL Workload Automation (HWA) is a complete solution for batch and real-time IT and applications workload management. It increases your productivity with powerful plan- and event-driven scheduling and runs and monitors your workloads at any location. HWA offers a single point of control to application developers, IT administrators and operators, providing them both autonomy and precise governance.
HCL Workload Automation (HWA) is a complete, modern solution for batch and real-time workload management. It enables organizations to gain complete visibility and control over attended or unattended workloads. It supports multiple platforms and provides advanced integration with more than 35 enterprise applications including ERP, Business Analytics, File Transfer, Big Data, and Cloud applications.
Setup a round-robin distribution of jobs across workstations. This blog is about a Dynamic Scheduling scenario in Workload Automation. It aims to help you get the most out of Dynamic Scheduling and optimize the execution of jobs in your scheduling environment.