Although Runcycles and Calendars objects are part of Workload Automation from the beginning, the flexibility of use offered by them compared to other Enterprise Schedulers is not fully understood. This blog aims to present some complex scenarios involving Runcycles and Calendars.
In this blog, we will explore the best architectural practice for Remote Gateway and Local Gateway, for Workload Automation on Cloud (SaaS offer).
If you are a Workload Automation Administrator and you are involved in orchestrating SAP workloads, one of most frequent questions is: How do I control background jobs that are scheduled by end-users?
This is definitely one of the top challenges in the Workload Automation area.
End-user scheduled jobs that bypass a central scheduling are undermining all efforts to control the batch workload on a backend-system and can cause unexpected overloads.
To make things more complicated, company policies often do not permit to limit scheduling authorization for end-user.
There is an enormous amount of Workload Automation Information: it originates from varying sources, with numerous levels of detail, dispersed across product guides, technotes and websites. Information overload makes it difficult when you are trying to find the right piece of Workload Automation information when you need it.
Digital Transformation is disrupting the way software applications are being developed, amplifying the need for building better software testing capabilities. In fact, the complexities with applications and software are increasing and there is a growing need for third-party integration. The main effect of this transformation is that the patterns, methodologies, and tools for testing are being evolving with the changing software testing needs. For instance, Agile testing and DevOps can be identified as the key drivers for growth in the software testing market, considering the pressure due to the release new software version at speed and with sustain quality at the same time.
Workload Automation is a very reliable software and sometimes, like any other products, we need to take care about it, especially when facing several installations. Like everything in the world, if you do not take care of it, it will not take care of you; therefore, we have designed and developed HERO. Register for the HCL Clara and HERO webinar to learn more.
HCL Clara is an automation bot that enables users to quickly learn how to use and troubleshoot products. Clara can access the company's automation knowledge base, provides recommendations and performs tasks for the end-user. Register for the upcoming HCL Clara and HERO webinar to learn more about Clara!
Here is the most frequent question about SAP and Workload Automation: “Is Workload Automation integrated with HANA database?” The answer is YES! In this article, I will explain what this integration means and will guide you through it. Do you know what SAP HANA actually means?
In this document, we aim to explain what goes on behind the scenes of a Dynamic Agent when a Local Gateway is employed and compare it to when a Remote Gateway is employed.
IBM Workload Automation Agent can now be deployed as a containerized application in the IBM Cloud Private.