JAMS centralizes the management of Linux and UNIX batch processes in a single, easy-to-use interface. Its comprehensive scheduling and automation features lower the costs of service delivery, even when organizations employ a diverse mix of Linux and UNIX distros.
Organizations that leverage JAMS automation with Linux and UNIX platforms and applications gain advantages such as:
- Reduced Security Risk – A central command center eliminates unnecessary administrative logins.
- Rapid Automation – A unified language for automation means less time and money spent on single-purpose scheduling tools.
- Shorter Resolution Times – Even with jobs running across hundreds of Linux and UNIX servers, JAMS users can pinpoint issues at their source and resolve them quickly.
JAMS includes a built-in conversion utility to migrate crontabs, including all their properties. Import jobs residing on any Linux or UNIX server throughout your network. Once converted – a process that takes minutes – you can apply dozens of new properties to schedule and trigger jobs according to the unique requirements of your business.
Build Linux and UNIX Processes Into Enterprise Workflows
JAMS helps enterprises get the most out of technology investments, even when individual IT teams and business units employ a variety of distros and platforms for their critical processes. JAMS supports all available distros and makes Linux and UNIX batch processes accessible to powerful, multi-step workflows that can include jobs on Windows, i Series, z/OS as well as business applications.