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.
This is the second part of the blog aimed at describing how the functionalities of the Dynamic Workload Console can improve your life also in Workload Scheduler for z/OS.
As one of Murphy's Laws says: “You can't expect the unexpected, otherwise there would be no need for the word unexpected.”
Workload Scheduler for z/OS is supposed handle your plans and run all the jobs you need without intervention, but when somethings goes wrong, the Dynamic Workload Console is there to help you deal with the expected and unexpected events in your plan and to improve the daily life of Workload Scheduler operators.
In this blog post, we’ll take a look at a first scenario that can be improved with the graphical and predictive analytics functionalities of the Dynamic Workload Console that are also available with Workload Scheduler for z/OS.