Robot/CONSOLE 5 Adds Full Information for JOB Resource Messages, WebSphere® Monitoring, New Statuses

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Help/Systems, LLC, the leading independent provider of automated operations, security, and business intelligence software for IBM® Power Systems™ servers running IBM i, today announced the release of updates to Robot/CONSOLE, its message management solution.

Help/Systems, LLC, the leading independent provider of automated operations, security, and business intelligence software for IBM® Power Systems™ servers running IBM i, today announced the release of updates to Robot/CONSOLE, its message management solution.

Adding full job information to JOB resource monitor messages, Robot/CONSOLE version 5 makes it possible to hold, release, and end jobs that aren’t in the expected status. This enhancement provides additional information to Robot/CONSOLE’s built-in programming language, OPAL™ (OPerator Assistance Language™), including Current User, Function Name, Function Type, and Actual Job Status for JOB type messages.

Users of IBM WebSphere® MQ Managers and WebSphere MQ Queues will be able to monitor those resources in Robot/CONSOLE 5, which also extends monitoring to User Defined Programs. Additionally, Robot/CONSOLE 5 increases monitoring precision with three new expected statuses for JOB type resources: Job Duration, CPU Processing Seconds, and Job Queue Minutes.

Robot/CONSOLE automates IBM i message management, resource monitoring, and system log monitoring. It monitors system console messages and responds to, redirects, or suppresses them automatically. Robot/CONSOLE is also IBM i monitoring software for resources such as subsystems, devices, and queues, as well as critical system logs. Request a free trial at http://www.helpsystems.com.

To the Editor:
Help/Systems, LLC is the world’s leader in software solutions for the Power Systems™ running IBM i. For more information, visit our website at http://www.helpsystems.com, or contact Tom Huntington, at (952) 933-0609 or tom.huntington (at) helpsystems (dot) com.

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