JAMS Job Scheduler PowerPack

Workload automation and job scheduling in the enterprise environments is not a trivial tasks. Luckily there are tools out there to help you, and even more luckily some of them have PowerShell interfaces, and – here comes the best part – one of them, JAMS Job Scheduler – now even has a PowerGUI PowerPack so you can perform advanced bulk management and customize the tool right in the PowerGUI Admin Console!

If you already own JAMS Job Scheduler, download the powerpack here and start taking full advantage of it.

If you want to learn more about JAMS, you can read all the information, watch the training videos and download the tool at http://jamsscheduler.com/JobScheduling.aspx

JAMS Job Scheduler powerpack is participating in the PowerGUI Challenge 2010. Got a great powerpack idea? Take part in the contest – there are 10 more days to submit your PowerPack or Editor Add-On and win some cool prizes!


3 Responses to “JAMS Job Scheduler PowerPack”

  1. 1 Duane Tougas November 5, 2010 at 4:53 pm

    I am new to both PowerShell and PowerGUI and was wondering if there is a PowerPack for Microsoft Center Data Protection Manager (DPM). What I am trying to accomplish is retreive the backup job details into a csv file. Are you aware of any powerpack for DPM?



  2. 2 Kirk Munro November 5, 2010 at 5:26 pm

    We don’t have a PowerPack for DPM yet. That would make a great contest entry if you want to give it a go! 🙂

    Kirk out.

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