Workload Automation is Foundation for Real-Time Enterprise

McGinnis, Ryan
February 2007
Database Trends & Applications;Feb2007, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p11
The article offers a report relating to workload automation. Workload automation enables automation and integration of end-to-end IT processes. The solution increases expanded functionality, including real-time event triggers, dozens of new job types, and integration with databases, message-oriented middleware, and Web services-enabled applications, to develop a new paradigm for IT process control. Workload automation solutions can trigger processes based on changes in data tables and rows, start SQL scripts, and even invoke stored procedures.


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