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IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler

IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler
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Jun, 2018

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IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler


Workload Scheduler de Tivoli fait partie des produits logiciels de Tivoli Enterprise qui permettent de lier administration informatique et objectifs commerciaux en assurant des services informatiques optimaux. Workload Scheduler de Tivoli coordonne et...

Product Specifications

IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler uses business policies to aggregate and centrally manage cross-enterprise, heterogeneous workloads to support business goals and service levels. Use a highly scalable, fault-tolerant workload automation backbone to minimize idle time and improve throughput by automatically processing heterogeneous workloads according to business policies. Proactively monitor and manage workloads by exception, and create production run-time reports via a single, Web-based operations console. Move from a static, platform-based view of production workloads to a flexible, service-driven environment by employing both calendar and event-based workload automation. Leverage the full Tivoli Workload automation portfolio for a complete workload automation solution such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) workloads and extend capabilities with easy integration to third-party products. Trigger batch job and job stream execution based on real-time events and notify users when unusual conditions happen in the infrastructure or batch scheduling activity. Ease workload management with real-time alerts and user notifications, self-monitoring, self-healing, automated recovery and user-defined event rules for batch jobs scheduling.