To be able to optimally support different requirements on your IT Workload Automation, our Workload Automation Platform is available in three BICsuite editions as well as the schedulix Open Source edition. All editions are license-free. The operation of BICsuite editions requires a signed software maintenance and support contract. Support options are also optionally available for the schedulix Open Source edition. We will be happy to provide you with information on the current prices for support and services on request.
BICsuite BASIC / schedulix (Open Source)
The BICsuite BASIC edition represents the entry into the BICsuite product line. The BASIC Edition offers all the necessary functions for job scheduling in small to medium-sized projects. The BICsuite BASIC Edition is installed as a service in your company. Different service levels can optionally be booked.
The Open Source edition schedulix is functionally identical to the BASIC edition of BICsuite. In contrast to BICsuite BASIC, schedulix only supports Open Source RDMBS (Postgres, MariaDB / MySql, Ingres) as the repository database system. Further information on the Open Source edition schedulix can be found at http://www.schedulix.org.
The BICsuite PROFESSIONAL edition is aimed at customers working on medium to large-scale projects whose scheduling system requirements are not covered by the BICsuite BASIC edition. Alongside the functions featured in the BICsuite BASIC edition, the BICsuite PROFESSIONAL edition offers additional functionality including:
- administration of user privileges
- deployment in segregated development and test production environments
- auditing for operator actions
- job warnings
- object monitoring
- 24/7 support available
The BICsuite ENTERPRISE edition is intended for customers working on large-scale projects whose requirements are not covered by the BICsuite PROFESSIONAL edition. Alongside the functions featured in the BICsuite PROFESSIONAL edition, the BICsuite ENTERPRISE edition offers additional functionality including:
- advanced resource management options
- support for more demanding availability requirements
- nice profiles
The main highlights in detail:
Articles and Whitepapers
The evolution to Workload Automation software began with Job Scheduling.
Modern workload automation can do much more than run programs on a schedule
There may be more than one: How different schedulers can be automated holistically
A data warehouse has particularly high workload requirements
The advantages of parallelization with workload automation software over RDBMS-internal parallelization
So that the migration does not become a nail-biter: Our methodology for migration during ongoing operations
Here’s what you should look for when deciding on a new automation solution
With and / or links even complex requirements for time and calendar controlled starts can be automated
How to resolve backlogs with resource bottlenecks as quickly as possible with BICsuite and schedulix
How to define dependencies so that your workload automation software can handle them clearly and unambiguously
Series of articles about the Run Program, the hub for saving and executing scripts