In late March and early April, our spring 2014 roadshow on Power Server directions stops in Irvine, CA; Phoenix, AZ; Charlotte, NC; and Milwaukee, WI. As I look forward to this event, I think of questions and concerns that IBM i customers have about the server they love. Rest assured, passion is still there for this platform . . . and plenty of creativity, too!
You may have been running Robot/SCHEDULE for a few years or even for decades. In that time, your business has undoubtedly changed, introduced new staff, and wound up with jobs that haven’t run for a while. It’s not a lot of overhead, but the mess can be confusing to new staff members.
It seems like we can never offer too many security options in the applications we deliver to the market, and Robot/SCHEDULE Enterprise is no exception. This solution helps you build an IBM i-centric schedule for controlling batch processes and monitoring across IBM i, UNIX, Linux, and Windows—all controlled from your most reliable system, IBM i.
How can IBM i applications be modernized and brought in line with evolving enterprise expectations for user experience and extensibility? Much of the software for the platform still runs code from the 1990s, which is understandable given binary compatibility, but the truth is that the standard “green screen” isn’t state-of-the-art anymore.