JobScheduler Use Cases
This page lists a series of real-world use cases that the JobScheduler has been implemented for.
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Processing with Agents
The JobScheduler can be operated on a number of platforms - in particular, a Master and Agents can be used to run distributed job chains.
The JobScheduler provides standard jobs that allow to connect to an SSH server to execute jobs on remote machines.
Jobs can be executed on remote machines an SSH server using a standard job provided with the JobScheduler.
The JobScheduler can watch for incoming files on a Master or Agent and use this event to trigger the start of a job chain.
Processing can include using the JobScheduler to watch for incoming files, transfer these files to a target server and execute follow-on jobs within one job chain.
The JobScheduler can use different transfer protocols for data sources and targets within a single operation.
Push Files to Internet via a Jump Host
The JobScheduler provides a secure solution for common file transfer restrictions from an Intranet to the Internet across a DMZ.
Pull Files from Internet via a Jump Host
The JobScheduler can be used for the secure transfer of files from the Internet to an Intranet across a DMZ.
Pull Files from DMZ in Near Real Time
JobScheduler allows to watch for incoming files in a DMZ and to transfer files in near real time to the intranet.
The JobScheduler can be used to perform backup tasks such as backing up databases and virtual machines.
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