Integrate mainframe batch processing into enterprise workflows
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Apply advanced scheduling functionality to Linux jobs
With Tidal’s z/OS Linux integration, teams can seamlessly orchestrate mainframe job scheduling within their overall business processes, enabling end-to-end management and automation without the need for scripting.
The zLinux agent, installed on the mainframe, acts as a delegate of the Tidal Master and performs various tasks. This fault-tolerant agent possesses extensive capabilities, including:
Tidal’s z/OS Linux integration and its z-centric agent allows teams to incorporate critical z/OS jobs into their enterprise workflows, benefiting from the advanced automation features and reducing operational expenses.
Tidal offers an extensive range of features, apps, and plugins designed to enhance job scheduling and simplify enterprise processes. With support for various operating systems including Microsoft Windows, AIX, UNIX, and z/OS, Tidal provides a comprehensive solution for managing job workflows.
Tidal offers z-centric capabilities, including support for JCL execution, detailed information about job streams and logs, and integrations with IBM’s subsystems like JES and TSO.
Using agent lists, you can assign a group of machines to handle a workload. It’s easy to do dynamic load balancing by increasing or decreasing the number of machines doing work. The result – improved resource management and reduced costs.
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Tidal is a comprehensive enterprise job scheduling solution designed to automate business processes. Its intuitive user interface caters to both developers and non-developers, ensuring ease of use.
To ensure smooth operations for you and your team, Tidal provides extensive 24/7 support information and troubleshooting assistance to users.
Tidal regularly introduces feature enhancements to improve functionality with evolving job scheduling requirements.
The workload scheduler agent in Tidal serves as a delegate of the Tidal Master and is installed on the IBM Z Linux mainframe. Tidal supports variable substitution and routopts for users to define how IBM Z Linux jobs are routed and executed.
Tidal's domain manager provides efficient organization and resource allocation for job scheduling. Time-dependent scheduling, specified in the format of
hh.mm, allows precise job execution, while initialization statements and OPC's control optimize job routing and execution.
Yes, Tidal offers automatic recovery features that can help ensure the successful execution of batch jobs in the IBM Z Linux environment. It helps recover from failures or errors during job execution, minimizing disruptions and promoting job completion.
Tidal provides comprehensive support for job submission and scheduling syntax commonly used in the IBM Z Linux environment. This ensures compatibility and seamless integration with existing job scheduling processes, making it easier to define and manage job workflows.
Users can define and configure specific settings based on the workstation name and create scheduling environments tailored to their unique requirements.
Yes, Tidal integrates with IBM.com subsystems like JES (Job Entry Subsystem) and TSO (Time Sharing Option) to provide advanced job scheduling functionalities.
Tidal also supports IBM’s WebSphere Application Server and several other integrations with API including SAP (Systems, Applications, and Products), Oracle, Java, ISPF (Interactive System Productivity Facility). Users can also utilize command line and CMD to execute various job scheduling tasks.