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JobServer 3.2 Released - Java Job Scheduler

01.17.2011
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This release introduces new capabilities that enabling end users to deploy and manage multiple JobServer instances more easily and move jobs and applications between multiple environment (such as Development, QA and Production) using improved import and export capability.

JobServer's super scalable, threaded and distributed architecture delivers powerful job scheduling and job processing. JobServer can be deployed on one machine or on a grid of machines to power your job processing/scheduling and SOA environment. Now, with release 3.2, jobs and applications can be moved between multiple environment more easily. Developers can build and test jobs on their development environment then export/import them to QA environments for testing and finally import/export them to your final Production system.

With release 3.2, you can import and export jobs using command line tools or from the JobServer GUI administration panel. JobServer gives you the tools to make developing and deploying your jobs and SOA apps efficiently and reliably with as little hassle as possible.

Included with this release are a number of other minor enhancements and bug fixes including an improved upgrade process that allows easier upgrade of existing JobServer installations with the latest patches. Check release notes for details.

Download and test drive JobServer 3.2 now and learn more about JobServer's powerful developer SDK, SOAFaces, that makes extending and customizing JobServer and developing custom jobs and SOA applications easier, while using some of the best Java/AJAX and web/SOA open source technology available to developers.
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