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Automation | May 19, 2022
Continuous Security and Quality Updates on Dynamic Workload Console 10.1
After the biggest launch of Workload Automation 10.0.1 release in 1Q of 2022 (see the Workload automation original Video), what can we expect in 2022? Big news! Our first release refreshing for Dynamic Workload Console 10.0.1 is ready. Let’s answer the 5 WH questions.
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Automation | March 15, 2021
Modernize your Workload Automation deployment to Azure with SQL Managed Instances
As a matter of fact, the deployment of Workload Automation (WA) to a Microsoft Azure cluster makes the implementation of the WA topology 10 times faster and 10 times more scalable compared to the same deployment to the classic on-premises platform, as is the case for Red Hat OpenShift, AWS EKS, Kubernetes and so on. The WA deployment to an Azure cluster can leverage all well-known cloud benefits.
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Automation | February 9, 2021
Automate Anything, Run Anywhere, starting from the Workload Automation Test environment!
Automate anything, Run Anywhere is our motto!What better place to start making it real than from our very own Workload Automation test environment?We have been applying it in our Test Lab for Workload Automation version 9.5 since its general availability in 2019, and to all the subsequent fix packs, including the last one, fix pack 3.
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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?...”
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Automation | October 16, 2020
Creating a File Dependency for a Job Stream using Start Condition
Waiting for a file to arrive before a job can start processing it is the most common and quintessential requirement for any workload automation tool. Historically, this was done by creating a File dependency using OPENS and Unix tricks to manage wild cards and multiple matching files. Then Event Driven Workload Automation was introduced where an Event Rule could monitor a file with wild cards and when the condition was satisfied the dependent Job Stream was submitted. %
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Automation | September 29, 2020
The power of Ansible inside Workload Automation
Can’t get enough of automating your business processes? We have what you are looking for!  The Ansible plug-in is available on Automation Hub, download it to empower your Workload Automation environment.  
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