Halcyon Software Adds Web Enabled Interface to Advanced Job Scheduler V11 For IBM i

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Advanced Job Scheduler V11

Halcyon Software, a global leader in systems management software, today announced a new browser-based, user interface for Advanced Job Scheduler v11 for the IBM i platform. This is the latest product to be developed as part of Halcyon Software’s on-going web enablement program and provides organizations with the flexibility to schedule and track complex job streams across different IBM i systems over the internet, using a wide range of mobile devices, to ensure that business processes are running smoothly.

According to Carole Chandler, Sales and Marketing Director at Halcyon Software, “We are making a significant on-going investment in the re-engineering of our monitoring and automation tools for the IBM i, keeping user interfaces relevant with today’s technology and meeting the mobile strategies being adopted by IBM customers. Web enablement provides organizations with greater control of system operations by allowing authorized users to securely logon to IBM i platforms using a wide range of mobile devices including laptops, tablets, iPhones, Android and other smartphones from any location. This latest release builds on the ethos of our product roadmap for creating products that allow for simplicity, visibility and knowledge sharing.”

Advanced Job Scheduler’s new user interface modernizes the traditional green screen view by displaying information in an alternative, easy to understand format that can be accessed from any device capable of running an internet browser. With familiar and intuitive Windows style layouts and drop down menus, it is user configurable with choice of colour schemes and enables users to quickly and easily navigate and access data.

Users can easily connect to multiple IBM i platforms and are provided with an instant view of the status of all groups and jobs including processes that might have failed to complete and need to be resolved as well as details of jobs that will run in the future. Where jobs have failed, users can quickly and easily diagnose if there is a pattern and rectify accordingly.

Gary Metherell, Managed Services Consultant of Imtech ICT, a leading provider of managed services said, “Halcyon Advanced Job Scheduler has been the scheduling tool of choice for Imtech ICT for the past ten years and is crucial to ensuring the reliability of our business operations. We appreciate Halcyon’s collaborative approach to new product development and enhancement and the addition of a web-enabled interface will enable us to deliver even higher levels of service to customers. We can now give them the option to view the progress of jobs critical to their day to day operation around the clock.”

The new web-enabled Advanced Job Scheduler v11 is available immediately, either as a standalone utility or as part of Halcyon’s Level 4 monitoring suite for the IBM i. Customers currently using Halcyon’s Advanced Job Scheduler can upgrade to this latest release free of charge.

For additional information on Advanced Job Scheduler v11, visit: http://www.halcyonsoftware.com/products/advancedjobscheduler/index.html

About Halcyon Software
Halcyon Software is a global leader in multi-platform systems management software. With more than 20 years of delivering proven solutions and first class customer support, Halcyon’s products proactively monitor, manage and automate IT operations to significantly reduce costs. Large IT outsourcing companies as well as small to medium sized corporate and public sector data centers rely on Halcyon’s software to ensure their mission-critical systems, core applications and services are available 24/7.

Halcyon’s solutions support IBM® enterprise class systems, including the IBM i®, AIX® as well as Windows® and Linux® platforms.

Halcyon has regional offices in the USA, UK and Australia, and a worldwide network of partners and distributors supporting the Americas, EMEA, and Asia Pac territories.


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