Users can now automate job scheduling and event monitoring on Windows, AIX, HP-UX, and Linux servers.
Help/Systems, a leader in system management software solutions for Power Systems servers running IBM i, has announced an update to Robot/SCHEDULE Enterprise, the enterprise job scheduling software. Robot/SCHEDULE Enterprise now extends the power of Robot/SCHEDULE, the job scheduling and batch job management software, to HP-UX servers.
Robot/SCHEDULE Enterprise allows users to automate job scheduling and event monitoring on their Windows, AIX, HP-UX, and Linux servers. Users control these activities from their PC using the Robot/SCHEDULE Explorer, Job Completion History, Schedule Activity Monitor, Job Schedule List, and more. Users can monitor their servers for events such as the creation, deletion, or modification of a file or directory; whether a file is growing; when services start or end; or even create their own manual events. These events then can be used for event-driven job scheduling in Robot/SCHEDULE. For example, a file arriving on a Windows server can launch a process on an HP-UX server, which can then start a job on a Power Systems server.