Job Scheduler

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The Job Scheduler is used for automation - for example, process automation using the free database systems MySQL, PostgreSQL or Firebird or using SQL Server, Oracle or DB2. You can use the Job Scheduler to launch executable files and shell scripts and to run database procedures automatically. Jobs are configurable as Web Services providing interoperability with enterprise applications. Its feature include:

  • Job Execution
  • Job Chains: multiple job nodes are passed.
  • Integration with Network Monitors (Nagios, Hobbit), JasperReports
  • Graphical User Interfaces
  • Application Programming Interface
  • Web Service Integration
  • Job Prioritization
  • Notification by E-Mail
  • Job Locks
  • Remote Execution
  • Backup Job Schedulers: Availability and Failover
  • Load Balancing with Multiple Job Schedulers
  • Execution of Database Procedures
  • MySQL Job Scheduling

http://jobscheduler.sourceforge.net/

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