The JobScheduler in a Nutshell
Presentation on JobScheduler Topics
The product presentation 'JobScheduler in a Nutshell' provides an overview of key JobScheduler topics.
- Architecture: JobScheduler components, supported platforms and databases, as well as security
- Use Cases: describes some real-world scenarios for which JobScheduler has been implemented
- Features: user and programming interfaces and some key features of JobScheduler
- High Availability: samples of Agent and Master Clusters
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Excerpts from the Presentation
JobScheduler components consist of JobScheduler Master (process objects), JobScheduler Universal Agent (execute jobs on any machine in the network) and the User Interfaces: JOC Cockpit (operating and monitoring in near real-time) and JOE (graphical editor).
The JobScheduler Master, JOC Cockpit and Web Service is available for Windows and Linux platforms. The JobScheduler Universal Agent can be operated on Windows, Linux, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX, Mac OS and any platform that supports a Java Virtual Machine.
Features: JOC Cockpit
JOC Cockpit, the JobScheduler Operations Center GUI for browsers brings a completely new user experience - it features highlights such as security, responsive design and near real-time information. Find a full list of Features.