Schedulix - Enterprise Job Scheduling System

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Schedulix is the Open Source Enterprise Job Scheduling System, which meets the complex requirements of modern IT process automation. It helps to create Complex workflow, Hierarchical workflow modelling, Workflows can be dynamically submitted or paralleled, Automatic reruns of sub-workflow, Load balancing, Sticky allocations, Time scheduling and lot more.

http://www.schedulix.org/en
https://github.com/schedulix/schedulix

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