Tag Archive: End-to-End workload analytics

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Terma Software Releases Additional Cross-Platform Monitoring, Reporting, and Predictive Alerting for AutoSys and CA 7 Users

February 28, 2019 8:00 am Published by Jim Anderson

Multi-scheduler environments are challenging to manage effectively without visibility into interdependent workload processes. With the release of TermaUNIFY 5.8.2, companies using both AutoSys and CA 7 can now experience the benefits of end-to-end jobstream visibility across the two platforms, thanks to Terma's single-pane-of-glass capability.

Terma Software Reflects on the Major Milestones of 2018

January 22, 2019 10:09 am Published by Jim Anderson

  22 January 2019 – Terma Software, the developer of market-leading cross-vendor, cross-platform, predictive analytics solutions for Workload Automation, experienced significant...

How to Align Development and Operations for Workload Optimization – A Playbook For Success

August 23, 2018 1:21 pm Published by Jim Anderson

A couple years ago, a large U.S.-based bank with a complex workload environment decided to outsource their workload development efforts to an offshore service provider, while keeping their workload operations team in-house. Around the same time, the bank introduced a new stream of workload processing into their production environment. When a company adds new workload processes, this can often present a host of challenges for development and operations teams. Needless to say, several challenges ensued.

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The Challenge with Managing Multiple Vendors and Platforms

August 8, 2018 12:09 pm Published by Jim Anderson

Financial companies rely on sophisticated workload and analytic computing environments that integrate up-to-the-minute, if not up-to-the-second, information regarding the financial markets. This data is actually housed and managed through multiple workload software vendors such as IBM and CA, for example, and their associating platforms. Find out how Terma Software analyzes and monitors batch processing from the beginning of the workload to the end of the workload.