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When a batch application fails, one has only a few options: back out the changes and rerun the job from the beginning, or recover the database and rerun the job from the beginning. But what if one could insert application checkpoints - without changing application code - and restart the job from the most recent checkpoint? What if one could control checkpoint frequency and avoid excessive checkpoints that have crept into application jobs over the years? BMC APPLICATION RESTART CONTROL can help in all of these areas. The attendee of this webinar will learn how one can reduce CPU usage (avoiding excessive checkpoints) and improve availability (restarting failed jobs faster).
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