Embrace workflow scheduling with role-based access control
May 9, 2018 from Activeeon
Java workflow engine found its application in networks that are running complicated work plans. This solution will help organize your work by presenting who works on what (role-based access control), giving various states changes and events, splitting workflows, processing scheme generation in runtime, controlling and upgrading of process scheme. In addition, Java workflow engine will collect a full documentary for your business process.
By using our solution you will be sure that the development of your enterprise application stays always on track. This solution will make new developer’s works easier as he will have a graphical and structural view of a whole process. Java workflow engine will be perfect for many complicated projects that need to map the actual workflow into a state diagram and visualize it. It will be the best solution to simplify maintenance, documentation, utilization and developer’s organizational socialization.
It is really easy to start your Java workflow engine solution. You will need to create a state diagram via a graphical tool or configuration file. During the execution of file by Java workflow engine, the state of the system will be mapped and stored, and secondly, hooked into state transitions that trigger events and functionality.
The Workflow Studio provides an easy to use graphical interface for creating your workflows as a representation of your distributed computations. Consisting on the definition of one or more tasks and their dependencies, you are able to set advanced flow controls such as replication, if/else branching and loops. Workflow Studio exists in two versions: a multi-platform native client (compatible with Windows, Linux and MacOS X), and a web interface directly accessible from your web browser.
Studio and Scheduler interfaces are dedicated to users for running job workflows. You can build and submit jobs, monitor their execution and retrieve results. Remote visualization allows connection to your interactive tasks with graphical interfaces. Progress of workflows execution is visible from the portal. Resource Manager interface allows administrators to operate the platform and users to monitor their resources. Also, every operation is doable from REST API.
Mar 13, 2020 from Activeeon
Users can interact with third-party systems in two ways: using ProActive web portals (Studio, Automation Dashboard, Scheduler, Resource Manager) or using APIs (REST, Java, CLI, etc.)...
Dec 5, 2019 from Activeeon
A job scheduler executes workloads based on a certain scheduling policy. An advanced job scheduling solution can support several scheduling policies that determine how jobs and tasks will be scheduled. These include First-In-First-Out (FIFO), Earliest deadline first (EDF), and License-based policies....