batch scheduling

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Published By: CA WA     Published Date: May 12, 2008
Although typically thought of as an artifact of legacy computing, batch processes remain vital to today’s real-time enterprises. Behind the real time systems that power the real time enterprise, such as customer order fulfillment, account management, supply chain scheduling and optimization, or financial trading systems, are regularly-updated back office business systems. Over the years, batch technology has evolved from script-based automation to rules or policy-driven workload automation.
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bpa, business process automation, soa, service oriented, workload automation, ca wa, service oriented architecture
    
CA WA
Published By: CA WA     Published Date: May 12, 2008
All things that can be automated will be automated. Beyond the careful choreography of sophisticated workflow, managing myriad simultaneous requests puts unprecedented demand on the software that must schedule and perpetually deliver against well-defined service levels, in real time. Gone are the days of simple batch processing. Welcome to the oh-so-very-flat world that is embracing service-oriented architectures, grid architectures, expansive ecosystems, and end-to-end processing. Workload scheduling has got to grow up.
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ca wa, workload automation, soa, service oriented, scheduling, service oriented architecture
    
CA WA
Published By: BMC Software     Published Date: Jul 22, 2015
Managing Hadoop batch processing may consume a significant portion of application developersí time and effort, which drives up application development times and costs. This paper from BMC discusses the obstacles IT organizations face in developing and managing Hadoop jobs and workflows and how a workload automation solution can remove these barriers.
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hadoop, batch jobs, workflow, scheduling tools, automation
    
BMC Software
    
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Published By: Tidal Software     Published Date: Sep 03, 2008
IT groups must support many applications and servers across multiple platforms that frequently operate independently of each other. However, coordinating job scheduling across all these applications and networks is often required to optimize resource utilization. The traditional approach of applying more staff, toolkits, and rudimentary scheduling software to cobble together automated batch processing solutions becomes cost-prohibitive, inefficient, and error-prone, as the number of moving parts increases and the environment becomes more heterogeneous.
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job scheduling, job scheduler, batch scheduling, batch processing, cron, workload automation, application scheduling, enterprise scheduling, tidal, tidal software
    
Tidal Software
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