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ActiveBatch 3.0 Comes to Market

Advanced Systems Concepts has announced the availability of ActiveBatch version 3.0. The enterprise job scheduling management product was built for Windows 2000/ NT but can execute jobs on Unix and Open VMX systems as well.

ActiveBatch 3.0 allows system administrators to schedule events either on a regular basis or as a response to a designated event. The latest version of the product enables both hardware and software events to be actionable. This means that an event can be scheduled to run as a response to either a hardware or software problem.

The latest iteration also includes an alert system. With this capability, the system will notify the administrator by e-mail or pager if an event fails, runs over, or is incomplete. Other new features include a GUI interface with a command line and support for Microsoft’s management console snap-in for the COM-based interface. With ActiveBatch, any object oriented programming language can be used. The product is currently available and can be downloaded from the company’s Web site.

Contact Advanced Systems Concepts, www.advsyscon.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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