Skybot Scheduler’s New Migration Tool Speeds Conversion

June 5, 2012

Skybot Software, the developer of intuitive, web-based workload automation products, announced today that the new migration tool in Skybot Scheduler™ 2.5 helps companies move jobs and processes from existing schedulers into Skybot Scheduler, the fast, flexible, and affordable workload automation solution for Windows, UNIX, and Linux servers.

The migration tool in Skybot Scheduler 2.5 reduces transition risk, speeds implementation, and helps convert jobs from other scheduling tools.

“The migration tool lets you move Skybot Scheduler jobs from test to production flawlessly,” explains Pat Cameron, Director of Automation Technology at Skybot Software, “The tool also maps jobs, users, schedules, and other objects for conversion.”

A prominent electronics manufacturer used Skybot Scheduler’s migration tool and converted over 50 jobs in 15 seconds. “Once job information is mapped, the conversion process is quick and painless,” states Cameron.

Skybot Software is offering a free 30-day trial of Skybot Scheduler so that companies can test the product in their own environment. The trial includes full product access and free support.

 

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