San Diego '99
Batch Services for Windows NT/2000
- Topic Area:
- Track: Windows NT
- Topic: Languages & Tools
- Type: Breakout Session
10:00 AM Duration:
- Benjamin Rosenberg
- Advanced Systems Concepts Inc
- This session introduces the attendee to the benefits and facilities of batch processing in a Windows NT network. The differences between batch and interactive processing, and when each should be used, is thoroughly explained. Through batch processing, full utilization of your machine resources can be obtained, thereby allowing users to meet tighter production schedules while ensuring timely results. To illustrate these concepts, BQMS, a fully distributed Batch Queue Management System from Advanced Systems Concepts, is presented. BQMS is used to show how advanced queue management, distributed load balancing, job restart/recovery and state of the art job scheduling are powerful additions to a system administrator's repertoire.
- Learn how to implement a fully distributed batch processing system within a Windows NT/2000 environment.
- Learn to differentiate between batch and interactive processing.
- Learn how to obtain full utilization of system resources.
- Prerequisites for attendees:
- Basic knowledge of Windows NT is useful.
- Required Skill Level:
For those entering a profession/changing technology base
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