sponsored by CA Technologies.
Posted:  28 Mar 2007
Premiered:  Mar 29, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)
Format:  Multimedia
Type:  Podcast
Language:  English
If your like most data center managers, you still have many questions on how best to manage the increasing magnitude and complexity of workloads in the real-time, 24/7 business climate.

Check out this podcast to hear more about the role workload and event-based automation should be playing in your data center management strategy.

Event-based and workload automation represent a fundamental shift in IT philosophy from batch processing to interactive. More importantly, workload automation is tightly integrated with an organization's actual business processes and policies. And finally, by definition, workload automation is heavily driven by the ability to react to - and even predict - real-time events without requiring larger staffs and budgets, by automating workload execution.

In this informative podcast, explore:

  • The need to support more dynamic business processes; inter-related processes, events and jobs that trigger other processes and events
  • How workload automation works within an SOA, grid or virtualized architecture
  • How to take advantage of this type of next generation data center approach
  • Best practices for enterprise architects and IT professionals in adopting workload automation


Mike Perkowski
Contributing Editor, TechTarget

Adaptive Enterprise | Business Process Automation | Configuration Management | Data Center Management | Infrastructure Management | Job Scheduling Software | Server Virtualization | SOA

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