batch window

batch window

The time available for an intensive batch processing operation such as a disk backup.
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It allows you to recover from errors quickly, reduces the risk that off-line processing might exceed its batch window, and improves the availability of your online CICS systems.
The batch window continues to shrink while the amount of storage to be managed continues to grow.
Essentially, any open system application requiring access to mainframe data could gain immediate benefits in reducing mainframe CPU utilization and load, improving unreliable and costly data transfers and reducing batch window constraints.
As Blair explained, For companies struggling to make a batch window which is a small and well-defined time each day when organizations can update their DB2 mainframes even modest gains in either CPU usage or reductions in clock time can be a lifesaver.
The days of the long batch window where databases can be offline for extended periods to perform nightly processing are diminishing.
To further aggravate the problem, traditional batch window times that had previously accommodated business continuity processing have been sliced to the bone.