Taskmatics’ Features that make a difference.

When searching for a Task Scheduler that will suite your needs, you need to see how they stack up against the competition. To save you time and assist you in finding your perfect fit, we’ve prepared a list of Taskmatics Schedulers top advantages, followed by further reasons to choose Taskmatics over other solutions.

  • Taskmatics Scheduler
  • Native .NET solution
  • Admin Console
  • Extensibility API
  • Real time monitoring
  • Reporting
  • Administration
  • Load balancing
  • Taskmatics Scheduler
  • Yes
  • Comprehensive
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Comprehensive
  • Developers or IT Professionals
  • Yes
  • Quartz.NET Scheduler
  • Ported
  • None
  • Yes
  • No
  • Create your own
  • Developers only
  • Yes


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  • Testability

    • Built with testability in mind.

    • The API provides test harnesses to support testing components before taking them live.

    • The API’s test harnesses allow you to integrate tests for custom tasks, triggers and event listeners into your test suites.

    • Test run custom tasks as standalone executables using the task harness.

  • Admin Console

    • Administer scheduled tasks from anywhere online.

    • Add, remove and view status of agents.

    • Create new tasks and modify existing tasks and configuration.

    • View reports of task execution and resource usage.

    • Drill into tasks as they execute to view streaming logs.

    • Control tasks via pause/resume, terminate, or kick off new instances.

    • Search historical tasks and view logs and resource usage for individual tasks.

    • Manage users.
  • Native .NET solution vs port

    • Written from the ground up in .NET with the .NET developer in mind.

    • Ports can bring pain points due to mismatch of language features.

  • Extensibility

    • Build custom tasks to support business needs.

    • Create custom triggers that activate tasks based on your own events.

    • Create event handlers that can execute custom code when certain events are raised in scheduled tasks.

    • Tasks, triggers and event listeners can be built in a generic fashion so that they can be configured in different ways through the administration console without having to be built from the ground up for every task. There are several components like this that come built in: Command Line task, SQL Script task, as well as a few others.
  • Extensive Documentation

    ○      Quick and easy tutorial for getting started.

    ○      Full walkthrough of installation with screenshots.

    ○      Full walkthrough of administration console UI with screenshots.

    ○      Section describing concepts and types of server topologies.

    ○      Comprehensive API reference.

  • Comprehensive Reports

    ○      Simple and easy to read reports give a high level of how all tasks are performing.

    ○      Detailed view of each task execution in a block diagram with the ability to drill directly into the task’s execution details and logs.

    ○      Summary of system resources used over time can show trends.