Feature Table

Feature Availability BASIC PROFESSIONAL ENTERPRISE User-defined exit state model x x x Job and batch dependencies x x x Branches x x x Hierarchical workflow modelling x x x Job and batch parameters x x x Job result variable x x x Dynamic submits x x x Pipelining x x x Job and batch triggers x x x Loops x x x External jobs x x x Audit - x x Warning...
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Downloads

Here you will find the parts of our product documentation that have been released for download together with some articles on scheduling environment themes:  English German Articles  BICsuite!focus Article on Parallelisation (785.3 KB)  BICsuite!focus Artikel über Parallelisierung (791.5 KB)  BICsuite!focus Article on the Disadvantages of Scripting (704.5 KB)  BICsuite!focus Artikel über Job Scheduling als Alternative zur Ablaufsteuerung mit Shell Scripten (...
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BICsuite

The demands made on today's IT infrastructures are constantly growing. The integration of all different kinds of IT subsystems and the introduction of new technologies give rise to an increasing number of complex routines and individual processes, which all need to be automated in a heterogeneous system environment. Manual control mechanisms, rigid programming, or the use of impractical job scheduling tools, all turn this task into an insurmountable hurdle. Poor maintainability, high developmen...
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Parallelization of processes in data warehouses

The processing of large amounts of data is typical for data warehouse environments. Depending on the available hardware resources, sooner or later the point is reached where a job cannot be processed on a single processor resp. cannot be represented by a single process anymore. The reasons for that are: Time requirements demand the use of multiple processors Systems resources (memory, disk space, temporary tablespace, rollback segments, . . .) are limited. Recurrent errors require the...
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Features

The BICsuite Enterprise Job Scheduling System really stands out with its host of requisite functions for smooth-running IT process automation. This is absolutely crucial, because if any lacking functions have to be implemented by the user in the managed processes, this will lead to a loss of transparency and flexibility and result in greater susceptibility to errors. A solution for every task BICsuite features the necessary full range of functions so that the code developed by the user can be ...
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Editions

Our BICsuite Enterprise Job Scheduling System is available in three editions that perfectly meet the varying requirements to be found in job scheduling environments. BASIC Edition The BASIC Edition of the BICsuite Scheduling System represents the entry level to the BICsuite product line. The BASIC Edition features all the requisite functions for scheduling jobs on small to medium-sized projects. Licences for the BASIC Edition are free of charge and is installed as a service at your company. Di...
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Releases

BICsuite 2.9 The new BICsuite Version 2.9 is available to our customers since April 2019. The key new features in BICsuite 2.9 are: The new GUI shell now allows the API command language to be used directly from the web GUI. This obviates the need to open a terminal window or log in remotely on another machine. With external dependencies between jobs and batches in seperately started master batches are now possible. Intervals such as public holiday calendars and exception rules can now be ...
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