The latest version of Robot/CONSOLE allows users to install or upgrade directly into an IASP alongside their IASP-aware software, as well as have their Robot/CONSOLE installation move with their IASP when resorting to their failover box. Users can also take advantage of a second installation in *SYSBAS to continue monitoring QSYSOPR and other resources while the IASP is offline.
"Robot/CONSOLE has worked with IASP since version 5 shipped. The biggest advantage to V5.25 is that Robot/CONSOLE can now be installed into an IASP and moved from system to system without save and restore," explains
Along with the ability to move message sets and custom scripts with your applications in IASP, the new version of Robot/CONSOLE boasts an improved product update tool, which allows users to send save files only, so they can finish updates at their convenience. "Users can take advantage of network activity to get the save files in place, then run the updates during planned downtime," says Dahl.
Robot/SCHEDULE job scheduler software from Help/Systems has supported IASP since version 10, including the ability to run in an IASP. With the latest version of Robot/CONSOLE, Help/Systems continues to develop solutions that enable its customers to take advantage of PowerHA, including real-time mirroring, saving time on backups, and keeping downtime to a minimum.
Help/Systems offers a free, 30-day trial of Robot/CONSOLE. The trial includes full product access and free support.
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