Taskmatics Scheduler is a single repository and management system for
all of your enterprise tasks and processes.
The system can be managed from anywhere using the browser based administrative application.
Users are provided a single point of control of their entire task and process environment.
The system includes the following features:
- Creation of custom tasks, triggers and event handlers
- Ability to schedule tasks using one or more triggers
- Ability to create and update file sets as a way to organize and share functionality between various components
- View resource usage and output of executing tasks in real time
- View detailed execution history for a task.
- A comprehensive dashboard for monitoring and management of scheduled and executing tasks
- Reports on key aspects of the system
- Ability to assign multiple user roles makes separation of duties simple
- A clean and extensible API lets you quickly create your own custom task components to suit your enterprise needs.
Taskmatics Scheduler™ is based on the interactivity of three simple concepts:
- Tasks — A task represents a unit of work. It is the core component of Taskmatics Scheduler™. Examples of tasks include things like file generation, feed processing, file transferring or other ETL type processes. Tasks can range in complexity from a simple file copy process to a multi-tiered custom process created by your development team. The possibilities are endless given the extensibility of the system.
- Triggers — A trigger is an event that signals the start of a task. A calendar based event, for example, will kick off a task at a specific date and time. Other common events include: While we supply triggers to handle a variety of events, your development team can use our simple API to create custom triggers to handle any scenario your organization encounters.
- Events and Event Handlers — An event represents a type of notification originating from a task running in the Taskmatics Scheduler™ environment. These events are handled by one or more event handlers configured to listen and react to the event, allowing Taskmatics Scheduler™ to interact with other systems in your organization. As with tasks and triggers, the Taskmatics Scheduler™ API allows for the creation of custom events as well as custom handlers to react to those events.