San Diego '99
Job Management Solutions for OpenVMS, UNIX, and NT
- Topic Area:
- Track: Enterprise Solutions
- Topic: Design Strategies
- Type: Breakout Session
10:00 AM Duration:
- Paul Jones
- Customer Support Director, ISE
- Contents of session covers, what is Job Scheduling in general and how does it pertain to each of the various platforms. What kind of control does Job Scheduling bring to the computing professional and the systems operation group. Examples and sample solutions range from a simple individual system to a complex heterogeneous system using a LAN and/or WAN.
Format of session, begins with definitions, computing needs and hurdles of computing in a multiple platform environment. Envolves into Scheduling approaches, potential job dependancies and handy features. Ending with real case examples. Of course, time for attendees to ask questions and request indepth solutions is encouraged.
- Define Job Scheduling and Job Management as Solution tools.
- Demonstrate the control, Job Scheduling brings to the computing environment.
- Explore the enterprise wide implementation of Job Scheduling on various platforms and across networks.
- Prerequisites for attendees:
- Required Skill Level:
Assumes general knowledge of topic, familiarity w/basic terms & procedures
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