Batch Processing

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Batch Processing

The completion of a number of tasks by a computer without manual input by a person. A computer can be programmed to use batch processing in order to make it faster and more efficient. Batch processing traces its roots to the invention of the modern computer in the 1950s and 1960s.
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Today, more than 50 percent of critical data is performed in batch, making managing batch job scheduling an operations center reality," said Gur Steif, vice president, CONTROL-M, BMC Software.
BMC Control-M has standardized our work processes, integrating batch jobs across different platforms and systems, guaranteeing process--and business--continuity, giving the bank a solid foundation and the flexible support it needs to grow and expand," Xiu said.
The Executive Dashboard provides an easily accessible snapshot of batch job executions over time, as well as detailing successful, canceled or long-running jobs.
Analysts had to rewrite every job because the carrier was doing away with individual batch jobs and using ActiveBatch's built-in interface.
The new version offers several scheduling enhancements such as greater flexibility in how, when and where batch jobs are delivered.
Batch jobs for the operation carried out fire safety of Charcot building of the Avicenne Hospital in Bobigny (93).
I wanted to make sure our critical batch jobs start and end on time.
As a result, these companies can now effortlessly manage and play out newsroom rundowns, record or play out multiple channels simultaneously, perform archive/ingest operations as batch jobs, or even record and prepare shows for airing faster than before.
The Alchemy NeoBatch tool supported the batch jobs.
Under the automated control of Tivoli Workload Scheduler, daily batch jobs and data are now transferred from the mainframe to the distributed environment, dynamically translated, executed, and the resulting output files returned to the mainframe for post processing without disruption.
Time your longest batch jobs and measure client response to lengthy transactions before and after installation.
Workload automation (WA) has developed from an isolated discipline, focused on the static scheduling of batch jobs, to a central and proactive backbone for today's service-oriented approach to enterprise IT.