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Marco Borgianni
Enterprise Architect
I'm currently an Enterprise Architect working in HCL services team for Workload Automation, an IBM + HCL product. I'm been working in the Workload Automation area since 2000 as a developer, test, Level 3 support and Customer Service Specialist. Covering several aspect of this product. A long customer experience as part of services team, I have acquired a deep knowledge of customers' needs in that area. I'm interested in everything that is strongly related to supporting customers in their technological challenges. I have a background in computer science technologies, in the design and development of integrations with ERP and Business Intelligent and Analytic tools.
Posts by Marco Borgianni
Automation | November 6, 2020
All you need to know about how to setup SAP connection in Workload Automation
The SAP batch access method enables communication between an external SAP system and Workload Automation and provides a single point of entry for automating the launching of jobs, monitoring the status of jobs, and managing exceptions and recovery.“ …Which are the steps you need to follow to setup faster your Workload Automation environment to the target SAP system?...”
Automation | October 27, 2020
Workload Automation and SAP best performance together
​Using Workload Automation integrated with SAP®, you can create, schedule, and control SAP jobs and monitoring you SAP landscape. SAP jobs run on application servers that host work processes of type batch. Critical batch jobs are run in specific time frames, on specific application servers. With SAP Basis version 6.10 and later, application servers can be assigned to server groups. With Workload Automation, you can assign a server group to a job and leveraging the Job Throttling feature it can manages all SAP background processes from several applications on one or more servers in heterogeneous environments. In this way, when a job is launched, the SAP system runs it on an application server that belongs to the specified group, balancing the workload among the various application servers.
Automation | October 20, 2020
SAP Secure Network Connection and Workload Automation How to works together
This blog explains how to use Secure Network Connection (SNC) to extend SAP system security beyond these basic measures to include the additional protection of stronger authentication methods and encryption.
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