uJES: Linking applications, servers, services, databases & legacy systems.

Why choose uJES? uJES provides many cost effective features to control Java platforms:  

  • One language, One Methodology to synchronize all events
  • One set of commands to control all your servers
  • One common learning curve to understand all the platforms processes
  • One staff profile is sufficient to control all servers
  • One Universal Agent for Cross-platform event communication, monitoring and synchronization
  • One identical Catalog and File management system on each server
  • One common and secure working methodology
  • The possibility to complement or optionally replace your current batch scheduling agents for TWS, CA7, Control-M, Zeke and others

uJES: Open & Portable Architecture

  • uJES works with UNIX, Linux, Mac OS , Windows and any server supporting Java SE 1.6
  • Consolidate server and z/OS mainframe events using the uJES z/OS Bridge
  • Consolidate various servers events using the uJES Universal Bridge
  • Remote control operations using the uJES iPad Console
  • Works "Stand Alone" or connected with IBM z/OS mainframes
  • Ujes optional Extensions: CUPS Printer Support, Java Security Extension, Unix Services Integration,Mailbox Reader and Printer

uJES brings z/OS File and command facilities to Java platforms.

  • Readers, Initiators and Printers;
  • Centralized Control of Jobs and Outputs;
  • JES like Job Management using Job Class and Job Priority;
  • JES Data Sets for In Stream data (Sysins) and System Outputs (Sysouts);
  • z/OS like Consoles and Console Management;
  • z/OS Catalogs and Data Sets;
  • z/OS JCL Interpretation and z/OS Utility emulation;
  • z/OS Partitioned Data Sets and Generation Data Group;
  • z/OS Input Data Set Concatenation;
  • Data Set Allocation and Release according to Disposition;
  • Independent batch job and event scheduling software agent;
  • RACF like Security to control Program Execution and Data Set Access.