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Streamworks Release 2019 now available

The latest Streamworks Release 2019 is available for download in the customer portal since June 27th 2019. It was used since the end of April 2019 in the production environment of the Arvato Systems data center in Guetersloh, Germany without any problems. User experience and user benefits have again been the dominating focus in this release. The functional rage of the application job type has significantly enhanced, for example. Here comes a short review of the most important new features.

Specify parser rules as part of job definition

Parser rules for evaluating the results of job-processing are now specified as part of the job definition. The rules can be defined for normal, file transfer and web service jobs. The definition of a succeeding extra job for parsing is no longer needed.

Your benefit: Save time with less job definitons and significant shorter streams.


Definition of multiple transfers of same file within one file transfer job

One source file can now be used several time in one file transfer job, e.g. to transfer it to different target directories.

Your benefit: Avoid unnecessary definitions of additional file transfer jobs.


New options for application jobs

Release 2019 contains several new options for the application job type we introduced in 2018. More input fields, supported job types, job properties and easy job administration are supported now. The use of web service jobs, the definition of exact start times and a reference view are some examples.

Your benefit: Save time during stream design by packaging recurring requests.


Simple polling for web service jobs

The definition of retries and retry delays is now possible for web service jobs to avoid connection errors, timeouts or unexpected http status numbers. These definitions offer a simple, automated polling.

Your benefit: You acchieve a higher automation rate using individual restart rules.


Ressource Awareness

Automatic workload balancing can be realized by assigning agents to agent pools. For each agent in the pool, a specific number of slots can be defined and jobs are executed on the agents regarding the available free slots.  

Your benefit: Ideal distribution of workloads on the available resources.


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Christoph Herold
Experte für Workload Automation