This Job Management Guide introduces the role and tools of the Novell® ZENworks® Orchestrator job manager. The guide explains the role of the job manager, referred to also as the Orchestrator “end user.” It also provides an introductory overview of the Orchestrator User Portal and explains how to monitor and manage applications running on the Orchestrator by using the portal. Further, it provides a reference for the zos command line tool, a command line interface used for monitoring jobs. The guide is organized as follows:
This book is intended for the consumption of datacenter managers, IT or Operations administrators. It assumes that users of the product have the following background:
General understanding of network operating environments and systems architecture.
Knowledge of basic UNIX shell commands and text editors.
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