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JAMS (BYOL)

JAMS, A HelpSystems Solution

JAMS (BYOL)

JAMS, A HelpSystems Solution

JAMS is an enterprise batch scheduling and workload automation solution.

JAMS is enterprise job scheduling software that automates IT processes, from simple batch processes to scripts to complex cross-platform workflows. JAMS integrates with various technologies throughout your enterprise to provide seamless, unattended job execution, allocating resources to run jobs in a sequence, at a specified time, or based on a trigger. JAMS job scheduler lets you define, manage, and monitor critical batch processes through one centralized console. From executing simple command lines to running multi-step tasks that leverage ERPs, databases, and BI tools – JAMS orchestrates your business’s entire schedule. And it’s easy to migrate tasks over from Windows Task Scheduler, SQL Agent, or Cron with built-in conversion utilities so you can keep jobs running without heavy lifting. JAMS is a centralized workload automation (WLA) solution that runs, monitors, and manages jobs and workflows that support critical business processes. JAMS supports automation for many of the leading business applications, including ERP, CRM and Business Intelligence. Through a single centralized console, JAMS users can create, manage, deploy and monitor every batch process, regardless of where it resides. CIOs and IT administrators who leverage JAMS aren’t hamstrung by the limited features included with native scheduling tools. Instead, they set enterprise-wide standards for scheduled tasks, and every application follows suit. It enables businesses use a single application to automate tasks, on various platforms, that need to run on a regular basis with a high-degree of certainty. For additional flexibility, the jobs can be defined, managed, and monitored from the JAMS Client, a REST or .NET API, or PowerShell cmdlets.