End-to-end Workload Management with Tidal Enterprise Scheduler (TES) 6.2

Current version is 6.2.1

With the release of TES 6.2, Cisco continues its leadership in workload automation (WLA) and job scheduling. With hundreds of in-production customers, running complex workloads for global trading exchanges, manufactures, health care providers and technology companies, Cisco TES has proven itself in some of the most demanding data centers in the world.

 

Comprehensive Java Client Version• TES 6.2.1 offers a full version of Java Client implemented with all adapters along with business views functionality.
• The Java Client can be installed as a standalone application or can be launched through a URL from the TES Master.
UCS Manager Adapter Cisco Tidal Enterprise Adapter for UCS Manager can be used to start, stop or restart UCS Servers using the service profile associated with them. The UCS Manager adapter can be used to bring up additional servers to meet workload bursts and shut them down when high need workloads are complete.
AD 2012• TES 6.2.1 supports Microsoft AD 2012 for authentication.
Multi domain AD/LDAP Authentication support • TES 6.2 allows a single instance of Client Manager and Master to be configured to authenticate users across multiple AD/LDAP domains.
MS SQL Server 2012 Always-On support• TES 6.2.1 MSSQL Adapter supports MS SQL Server 2012 Always-On
. TES 6.2.1 JDBC Adapter supports MS SQL Server 2012 Always-On.
Improved REST API Documentation • TES 6.2 offers significantly improved REST API documentation, providing more details on the objects, methods, and parameters. The API documentation along with live access to the APIs are now embedded into the web client and can be accessed through a URL: http://<clientmanagerhost>:8080/apidoc/<pluginName>
Multi domain AD/LDAP Authentication support • TES 6.2 allows a single instance of Client Manager and Master to be configured to authenticate users across multiple AD/LDAP domains.
Ability to terminate user sessions TES 6.2 allows users to terminate user sessions by right-clicking the user sessions displayed in the master status connections tab and choosing the Terminate Session option. The user must have the right to assign security policies to perform this function.