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batch job

[′bach ‚jäb]
(computer science)
One of a group of jobs that are executed together by batch-processing techniques.
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This article gives you an overview of how batch job monitoring works and then shows a glimpse of what it looks like in operations mode.
InfoSpectrum has many years of experience with BMC CONTROL-M for batch job management, and while it has definitely helped our customers gain efficiency in job scheduling, critical workflow and supply chain management dependencies, there are real-world issues that the operations center continues to experience," noted Mike Anderson, vice president of sales for InfoSpectrum, a GSS America Company and leading systems integrator who works closely with AlarmPoint and BMC.
The new configuration builds on the existing capabilities of AcuSolve, which already allows batch jobs to obtain host information directly from PBS Professional.
New batch jobs automatically trigger once the previous ones finish, eliminating wait time and enhancing operational efficiency.
Ninety-five percent of our batch jobs run at night, and all are scheduled by ActiveBatch," Garland notes.
Batch job management is a time-consuming but necessary task since many batch jobs are so resource-intensive they have to be scheduled during off-hours.
Of the hundreds of batch jobs that regularly run, they experienced over a dozen failures having a materially adverse effect on the business.
The JunctionRES batch job architecture will blaze new trails in batch job processing.
TOAD DBA has a number of specific features that help with the most common database management tasks -- including tablespace management, schema compare and synchronize, SQL data load and export, batch job scheduling and management -- and it provides the ability to run DBA reports.
Aggregates can be executed immediately through the graphical interface, or subsequently through a batch job or script file.
Advantage CA-IDMS is a powerful, Web-enabled database platform that handles extremely demanding high-volume processing requirements -- including online transaction processing, batch job activity, and transactions from diverse distributed-platform applications -- for more than 1,000 organizations worldwide.
Compaq Batch Scheduler for Windows NT is a batch job scheduler that brings enterprise-wide automated processing to the Windows NT environment.