Cybermation Provides Enterprise-Wide Job Scheduling for Linux
Markham, Ontario -- July 5, 2004 -- Cybermation, a leading developer of enterprise job scheduling and software change management solutions, announces a complete enterprise-wide job scheduling solution for Linux by making its ESP Espresso distributed job scheduling solution available for the Linux platform. This further extends event-based automation of job processing across distributed environments to help enterprises increase productivity and achieve significant cost savings, and initially targets Red Hat and SuSe.
The company also announced a new version of its ESP Agent for Linux for use with both ESP Espresso and ESP Workload Manager for zSeries environments. This announcement allows customers to take full advantage of the virtualization capabilities that zSeries platforms provide for Linux.
"Cybermation continues to help our customers lower their total cost of ownership by providing up-to-the-minute solutions," said Ray Nissan, Cybermation's CEO. "Our new ESP offerings extend job scheduling even further across the enterprise to include Linux. This increases output and saves time without requiring additional hardware."
For more information, visit http://www.cybermation.com.
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