Windows Job Scheduling

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Workload Automation for Windows 

ActiveBatch Workload Automation is tightly integrated with Microsoft Windows in its design. This makes it the perfect solution for organizations that need to take a centralized approach to automation within a Windows environment who also require key integrations with non-Windows systems, applications, and technologies.

ActiveBatch enables users to create and automate reliable complex workflows for business and IT processes faster and more reliably. ActiveBatch reduces the overall need for custom scripting, allowing for a lower overall cost of operations.

ActiveBatch leverages the Microsoft Windows Security model offering the option for users to utilize their current user accounts and groups from day one.

The ActiveBatch Integrated Jobs Library offers templated Job Steps for building workflows without custom script creation. Among the many Windows Job Steps are:

​ActiveBatch's powerful job scheduling capabilities include references, constraints, event triggers, monitoring, alerting, audits, and much more for the development of powerful and reliable workloads.

ActiveBatch allows developers to seamlessly integrate existing SQL Server jobs, SSIS packages, and stored procedures with, for example, Windows Task Scheduler, SAP, Informatica PowerCenter, and more as well as other Windows systems with non-Windows based applications, databases and technologies.

ActiveBatch's event-driven automation capabilities remove the need to manually trigger jobs across servers and removes the wait time between jobs so that job streams or plans can be initiated by various events. This can drastically improve service levels. Workflows can be triggered based on dynamic events (e.g. files arriving, being deleted or modified, emails with keywords or to specific accounts, MSMQ, web services, etc.) which saves time over the use of traditional date/time job scheduling.

Frequently Asked Questions

Windows job scheduling is often accomplished through Windows Task Scheduler or custom scripts to schedule basic tasks. Enterprise job schedulers provide additional capabilities such as prebuilt, universal connectors, real-time monitoring and alerting, and API accessibility, so IT can develop end-to-end processes without the need for custom scripting. See how you can turbocharge your Windows environment.

Yes. For example, ActiveBatch Enterprise Job Scheduling includes direct integrations with Active Directory, Task Scheduler, Microsoft System Center, SQL Server, and more. ActiveBatch’s back-end database supports both Windows SQL Server and Azure SQL Server, while PowerShell scripts can be seamlessly incorporated into end-to-end workflows. See what you can automate with ActiveBatch.

In some cases, yes. For example, ActiveBatch creates and saves logs for all jobs and workflows by default. Logs can be stored remotely or managed by the central ActiveBatch database. Logs are easy to customize to meet your organization’s changing needs. Explore ActiveBatch’s workflow management capabilities.

Yes, ActiveBatch is built on an event-driven architecture that supports dozens of event types, including file events, FTP file events, message queues, database modifications, tweets, and much more. These triggers can be used to build seamless end-to-end processes across Windows and non-Windows systems. Explore ActiveBatch’s event automation capabilities.

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