Enterprise Distributed Batch Scheduling (EDBS) Service Offering Definition (SOD) (Updated: March 26, 2018)
Enterprise Distributed Batch Scheduling (EDBS) Roles and Responsibilities (RnR) (Updated: January 11, 2018)
The Enterprise Distributed Batch Scheduling (EDBS) service offering allows customers to schedule, execute, monitor, and manage distributed environments' batch jobs and workflow activities. This service is composed of one or more of the following pieces of the BMC Control-M distributed environment products:
- Control-M Enterprise Manager
- Control-M/EM GUI Server
- Control-M/EM GUI
- Control-M/EM Desktop
- Control-M/EM Global Condition Server (GCS)
- Control-M/EM Global Alert Server (GAS)
- Control-M Agents
When subscribing to this service, the agency is automatically authorizing the Division of Enterprise Technology (DET) to charge the consulting rate for troubleshooting issues the agency may experience with those items that are the agency's responsibility.
- Communication of job conditions between the batch scheduling systems on distributed servers and the mainframe system
- Ability to automate scheduling for the execution of batch jobs on multiple types of distributed platforms
- Sharing of infrastructure and software, which can lead to reduction in hardware, software, and support costs
- Improved product usability, including more control of scheduled jobs, improved tracking functionally for audits, additional view enhancements, and more functionality using Control-M/Enterprise Manager
Please see the DET Rate Sheet for complete rate information.
How to Request
For more information please contact the Wisconsin Enterprise Service Desk (ESD) at 608-264-9383.