A step by step guide to deploy your workflows with the Workload Automation plugin for IBM UrbanCode Deploy on distributed Engines
As presented in the article “DevOps – Fast lifecycle management of workflow definitions” Workload Automation users can now use the Workload Automation plugin for IBM UrbanCode Deploy to automatically define workload automation objects on target environments.
In attach to this article I provide a step by step guide to implement a simple process inside IBM UrbanCode Deploy to deploy a WAT.
Step-by-step on how to configure IBM® UrbanCode™ Deploy with Workload Automation Plug-in
Maria Elena Massino
Senior Software Engineer
Maria Elena Massino is a Software Engineer on the Workload Automation development team located in HCL Rome Hub. She has worked on the WA development team since 2004 and has acquired significant experience on all the different components of the family: Dynamic Workload Console, Workload Scheduler z/OS connector, Workload Scheduler for z/OS and distributed. She is also responsible of the globalization process of these products. Further, Maria Elena worked on the Workload Automation on Cloud offering, initially as the Beta program leader, and later she developed the Applications in the Application Catalog. She has a Math background and she is currently coordinating the HighCreativityLabs project for HCL Italy to teach coding to students of primary and secondary schools.
Work flow is really important in tracking a company's efficiency. The company is generally run by managers, these managers then assign tasks to other employees. Most of the time, a specific task needs to be done first before going to the next. That is why, it is important for managers to be able to track how the company's workload is doing. If people are not doing their job in time there will be a delay in other tasks, which will then result in low production.
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