Organizations now are looking towards AI intelligence to help operators avoid manual operations, whether it’s due to the sheer number of alerts that they’re getting that are contributing to “alert fatigue” or the lack of observability of how the organization is working.
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.
Industries are generating thousands, even millions, of new lines of code in their complex, stateful, real-time systems with model-based designs. Additionally, both new and legacy systems require enhancements to capture and react to the plethora of data and consumers of that data, being created by both people and devices every second.