"One of the challenges of maintaining an efficient batch job schedule is responding to changes in the platforms, servers and applications on which these schedules depend, says
IT managers who are responsible for high performance computing environments can leverage the new Projected Schedule View to quickly identify common issues that impact their business objectives, such as:
• Server resources reaching their limits
• Start and completion times that exceed SLA requirements
• Runaway jobs
• Dependencies that are unlikely to be satisfied
JAMS employs a system of color codes to expose jobs with these potentially costly conditions. From the Projected Schedule View's built-in controls, JAMS users can drill down into a job's history to see how performance has changed over time or they can access a job's properties to make rapid on-the-fly changes to accommodate new conditions.
"The performance metrics of an enterprise's workload automation solution contain valuable business intelligence," says Kluskiewicz. "With the release of the Projected Schedule View in JAMS, we have made those performance metrics visible and actionable."
The latest version of JAMS also includes enhanced support for Microsoft Dynamics AX, SQL 2014, Symitar Episys and
For more information on the features in JAMS 6.1, including a free 30-day trial version, visit:
JAMS is the only job scheduling system built on the .NET framework and is the first enterprise job scheduling system that can be leveraged by both IT Operations Personnel and Application Developers. With its roots in Windows, JAMS also supports running processes across a variety of operating systems (UNIX, Linux, System i, OpenVMS, etc.) and applications (PeopleSoft, SAP, SQL,
For more than 20 years,
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