ActiveBatch Microsoft Azure Job Scheduler Integration

Improve resource optimization with the ActiveBatch Extension for Azure Scheduler

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Expand Beyond Azure Job Scheduler’s Native Capabilities

The ActiveBatch Extension for Azure helps IT teams enhance job automation and build complex workflows across environments and platforms.

  • Increase efficiency by reducing manual intervention and errors. Manage job collections and schedule, execute, and monitor jobs, recurring jobs, and workflows automatically
  • Reduce operating expenses with dynamic, just-in-time provisioning and cloud resource management
  • Better scalability to more easily manage large volumes of data and process tasks
  • Integrate Azure services with on-premises systems for greater flexibility in workflow management
  • Enhance visibility with detailed logging and real-time notifications to help identify issues proactively and quickly take corrective action
  • Increase security with encrypted credentials, secure file transfer protocols, identity and access management, and ActiveBatch’s REST API. ActiveBatch encrypts data in transit and at rest for maximum endpoint security and provides many authentication options to ensure only authorized users or applications can execute jobs
  • Automatically provision and deprovision Azure instances with ActiveBatch's Smart Queue tool. Dynamically manage Azure resources to match workload processing demands and automatically provision Azure instances prior to workload execution. Then deprovision them after workloads are completed
  • Gain efficiency in retrieving, accessing, managing, and submitting information across the extended enterprise with the ActiveBatch Web Services API. ActiveBatch includes ABATCMD, which is a cross-platform command line client built on Java that also supports Linux and UNIX command line interfaces

With the ActiveBatch Extension for Azure, your teams can still call HTTP/S endpoints or post messages to Azure Storage Queues on any schedule just like you can on Azure. This makes it easy to execute scheduled jobs in Azure using ActiveBatch. ActiveBatch’s robust capabilities and environment-agnostic integrations open up a wider set of capabilities than any other SaaS or cloud computing job scheduler on the market.

ActiveBatch’s production-ready Job Steps simplify workflow creation and automate key Azure functions like managing individual or group instances, security tasks, rebooting, synchronizing or terminating instances, and more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Azure Logic Apps is a cloud service that allows workflow creation that integrates with other Azure cloud services and third-party applications like ActiveBatch. To integrate ActiveBatch with Azure Logic Apps, users can create a Logic App that uses the HTTP connector to call the ActiveBatch REST API, then pass parameters to the ActiveBatch job.
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ActiveBatch does not directly access the Azure Portal. Instead, ActiveBatch interacts with Azure services through APIs, connectors, built-in job steps, and extensions. Using ActiveBatch, users can interact with services like Azure Storage, Azure Functions, Azure Virtual Machines (VMs), Service Bus, Azure Blob, Azure Batch, Microsoft Active Directory, and more. This enables users to create and manage automated workflows that interact with Azure services while also gaining greater efficiency, flexibility, and scalability in workload management.
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Yes. ActiveBatch provides a PowerShell job step so users can execute PowerShell scripts and cmdlets as part of their workflows. ActiveBatch provides many job steps and extensions that can interact with Azure services. When used together, users can create powerful, flexible automation scenarios to meet their specific business needs.
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Yes, ActiveBatch helps teams improve their data center operations and simplify SQL Server tasks with our SQL Server Integration. Our integration makes it easy to pass information from SQL databases to other servers, databases, or applications. ActiveBatch provides production-ready Job Step “templates” as an alternative to custom script creation so teams have a broad range of SQL Server database functions and tasks.
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ActiveBatch supports serverless computing through integrations with serverless technologies like AWS Lambda and Azure Functions. Users can use ActiveBatch to trigger serverless functions to execute code in response to events like file uploads, database updates or job status changes.
To explore the full breadth of our integration capabilities, visit our Integrations and Extensions Library.

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