To extract business value from big data faster and cheaper, organizations are adopting agile for developing code, DevOps for building and testing, and the cloud for running their applications. However, when it comes to how they handle batch, you would think it’s still 1980. Companies are using a ton of different, completely incompatible tools and scripting like mad. That would be just fine if it didn’t consume lots of programmer time, slow their projects down during development, or complicate testing and make running “production” a constant fire drill.
Joe Goldberg discusses the attributes required of a batch management platform that can accelerate development by enabling programmers to generate workflows as code, support continuous deployment with rich APIs and lightweight workflow scheduling infrastructure, and optimize production with comprehensive enterprise operational capabilities like SLA management and full log and output management.
This session is sponsored by BMC.
Joe Goldberg is the lead solutions marketing manager at BMC Software, where he helps BMC products leverage new technology to deliver market-leading solutions with a focus on workload automation and big data. Joe has more than 35 years of experience in the design, development, implementation, sales, and marketing of enterprise solutions to Global 2000 organizations.
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