We are pleased to announce the release of the PowerShell Command Line Interface for the JobScheduler, providing administrators with a powerful tool for the efficient management of the JobScheduler across a range of operating systems.
The JobScheduler PowerShell Command Line Interface (JCLI) allows a large number of Master and Agent instances to be controlled and monitored from a single point of operation, regardless of the operating system the instance is running on. It simplifies automatic testing and monitoring procedures and the integration with other applications and allows, for example, orders or events to be automatically generated.
A large number of Cmdlets are available to ensure that the wide range of features available through this interface are available from the start.
In addition, we have documented a series of Use Cases for the JobScheduler PowerShell CLI to assist users visualizing how they start implementing this interface in their own environments.
The JobScheduler CLI module supports Windows PowerShell 2.0 and newer and works with JobScheduler releases starting from 1.7.
The JobScheduler PowerShell Command Line Interface is open source and released under the GNU v3 License.