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Today’s IT teams need automation tools that can help them plan for tomorrow instead of playing catch-up. On this live webinar, IBM i experts introduce you to the final phase of your automation evolution: Robot Schedule.
Learn what you need to know when you inherit admin duties on an IBM i (AS/400, iSeries) as the experts share proven strategies for successful IBM i systems management.
This guide explores the limitations of legacy AS400 schedulers, identifies the signs that it’s time for a change, and points to the benefits of automated operations using modern workload automation software built for IBM i.
Learn how to optimize your workload by eliminating timer jobs in WRKJOBSCDE, Cron, and Windows Task Scheduler using Robot Schedule.
Just because your AS/400 hero is about to ride off into the sunset doesn’t mean your IBM i is done for. See how to survive—and thrive—in a post-retirement data center.
Are there still companies that use AS400? Of course! IBM i was built on the same foundation. Watch this webinar to hear Steve Will talk about the future of this powerful platform.
To help you stay connected to the thriving IBM i community, we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of IBM i user groups around the world. Read on!
Many IT professionals still use the term AS/400. But can a platform that was introduced in 1988 still be relevant today? The answers typically surprise people.
This guide teaches you how to handle IBM i message management, including the fastest and more accurate ways to monitor for messages, filter critical messages, and escalate messages to members of your team as needed.
A flexible, affordable high availability solution can do more for your organization than provide business continuity after a disaster. Discover the many ways HA can help you avoid downtime and keep your data and applications accessible to end users.
Many ERP packages have built-in schedulers. However, these schedulers are typically not flexible or robust enough to meet the needs of even the smallest data center.
Robot systems management solutions can improve processes and enhance the return on investment for new technologies running in modern IBM i environments. Find out how.
Robot has a reputation for providing high-quality systems management software and backing it up with great support. These additional benefits can help you justify the cost of automation at your company.
Ansible is good for the IBM i platform as it provides additional automation around burdensome IT tasks. Learn more here.
Modernization is more than simply switching from a green screen to a GUI. To have a truly modern IBM i data center, you must consider all areas of IT from your software and applications to your hardware and devices to the processes that support the whole operation. This guides helps you modernize your IBM i from the ground up.
With several solutions for enterprise job scheduling, HelpSystems offers central control, no matter how complex your environment. So the question is: Which scheduling tool will fit your needs?
Watch this webinar to learn housekeeping how-tos for Robot Schedule, Robot Console, Robot Network, and Robot Alert from our top product experts.
Looking for an easy way to catch up with HelpSystems and hear how the new features in Robot may benefit you and your company? Here’s your chance!
When IBM i experts retire, automation is the answer. But it doesn’t happen overnight. This infographic shows you where to start and provides helpful tools to support you every step of the way.
Whether your IBM i audit is internal or external, once a week or once a year, the reporting process wastes time that would be better spent on projects that improve business processes. Don’t let it.
Automated job scheduled software can give your company the competitive edge. Use these twelve tips to get started or to take your schedule to a new level.