Flux Announces New Whitepaper: Flux and Quartz. A Comparison of Features

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This whitepaper addresses the topic “Why pay for something like Flux when open-source and free projects like Quartz provide what we need?” Mature development organizations ask the more telling question “how much are we willing to spend in development, test, and support to create a solution that best fits our needs?”

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Organizations are seeing the need to move from simple job scheduling to complex workflow orchestration.

Today, Flux released a new white paper: "Flux and Quartz. A Comparison of Features." This white paper compares and contrasts two Java job schedulers. Quartz is a capable and valuable component in many applications but some organizations have found that as their applications evolve a more complete solution becomes essential. They see a need to move from simple job scheduling to more complex workflow orchestrations.

Looking for a Java job scheduler? Choices include using a commercial Java job scheduler such as Flux, using an open source Java job scheduler such as Quartz, or developing something yourself. This whitepaper provides a feature by feature comparison of two available Java job schedulers. Regardless if you use Quartz or Flux, reviewing these features and capabilities can provide new insights into the applicability of scheduling within your applications.

Download the whitepaper "Flux and Quartz. A Comparison of Features" (Reading time only eight minutes).

About Flux

Privately held and US based, Flux's offices are located in Colorado, Montana, Tennessee, Texas, and Argentina. The Flux file orchestration platform orchestrates file transfers and batch processing workflows for a diverse customer base including logistics, telecommunications, analytics, finance, and healthcare. First released in 2000, the Flux platform supports enterprises of all sizes for their mission critical systems.

To learn more about Flux, visit the Flux website at http://flux.ly.

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