Workload Automation products

8,581 Companies

What is Workload Automation?


Workload automation, a modern form of a job scheduler, is a computer application for controlling unattended background program execution of jobs. This is commonly called batch scheduling, as execution of non-interactive jobs is often called batch processing, though traditional job and batch are distinguished and contrasted; see that page for details. Other synonyms include batch system, distributed resource management system (DRMS), distributed resource manager (DRM), and, commonly today, workload automation. The data structure of jobs to run is known as the job queue. Modern workload automation job schedulers typically provide a graphical user interface and a single point of control for definition and monitoring of background executions in a distributed network of computers. Increasingly, job schedulers are required to orchestrate the integration of real-time business activities with traditional background IT processing across different operating system platforms and business application environments.

Market Share of Workload Automation products


At enlyft, we use sophisticated, patent-pending algorithms to track the use of various Workload Automation products and technologies. We track 7 products in the Workload Automation category, and have found 8,581 companies using these products.

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Product Install base
(# of companies we found using this product)
Market Share (%)
BMC Control-M 6,350 74%
Quartz Scheduler 1,245 14%
ORSYP 545 6%
ASG Zeke 183 < 5%
Stonebranch 117 < 5%
CA JCLCheck 108 < 5%
IBM Tivoli Service Automation Manager 33 < 5%