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How UMW Reclaimed 42 Hours a Week by Automating ISIR Loads
Ellucian Banner Automation with JAMS
At the University of Mary Washington, manually processing financial aid packages and importing ISIR loads consumed dozens of hours each week. UMW couldn’t increase staff, but Heidi Hunter-Goldsworthy, Director of Financial Aid, knew workload automation could improve efficiency. She set out to find “Something that worked well, was flexible, had good service, and that the University was willing to write the check for.”
Join us to learn how automating Ellucian Banner benefits institutions, including:
- UMW’s Workload Automation journey, from start to finish
- The seamless integration between Banner and JAMS that dynamically pulls parameter sets
- Connecting Banner to other applications across any institution
Introduction to Workload Automation with JAMS V7
Your First Step Towards Workload Automation Guru
Do you need an introduction to enterprise job scheduling and workload automation? The best way to learn is with JAMS. Join our technical team for a 45-minute training session to jump start your automation skills. From scheduling basic server tasks to building complex job chains across multiple systems, they’ve seen it all.
Learn how you can:
- Unify jobs from multiple platforms and applications
- Leverage diagnostics to optimize performance
- Automatically identify and respond to jobs that could impact SLAs
- Enhance your alerting, notification, and auditing abilities
- Manage your environment more efficiently with variables and parameters
- Implement event-based scheduling to trigger jobs from files, emails, and more
Our webinar will help you master the basics of workload automation and learn new, innovative ways to manage scheduled jobs in your organization. We look forward to seeing you on April 30th.
How UVA Health Cured SQL Agent Ailments with JAMS Enterprise Job Scheduler
Go beyond the limitations of SQL Agent with Enterprise Job Scheduling.
At the University of Virginia Health System, SQL Agent couldn’t keep pace with increasing user needs for more frequent and accurate patient care reports. The lack of dependencies meant job failures piled up like train crashes, and difficult troubleshooting caused slow and tedious resolution times. In a system where SQL jobs might relate to patient admission or treatment, delays were unacceptable. The team needed a way to manage SQL at the enterprise level.
Join us to learn how Enterprise Job Scheduling resolves SQL issues, including:
- UVA Health’s Enterprise Job Scheduling journey
- Centralizing the schedule to eliminate “invisible jobs”
- Connecting SQL to UNIX and more with cross-platform workloads
- Securing SQL Jobs with existing AD Security
- Improving the troubleshooting process and preventing job failures