Automize is a task scheduler and automation software that can automate a variety of tasks, including FTP transfers, FTP monitoring, Web downloads, Web site monitoring, email checking and sending, Telnet, ping, database SQL, advanced zip, unzip, copy, synchronize folders, and directory and file monitoring. In addition, the chaining feature can run tasks in sequence or conditionally depending on exit codes. Additional features include email notifications on task failure, FTP browsing, ZIP file viewer, extensive logging, remote task control and more. It supports dynamic variables to achieve advanced automation tasks. Email notification profiles based on exit code can be set for tasks. Schedules can be synchronized to allow or prvent overlapping schedules. Dynamic variables allow for advanced automation solutions. A number of command line utilities are available to remotely and programatically control tasks and the scheduler.
|Tags||Internet Web Systems Administration FTP Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux HP-UX AIX Windows Windows Mac OS X Unix Solaris|
Release Notes: The front panel was redesigned. The tasks menu was removed and a "New Task" button was added to the main toolbar. A "New Visual Script" task was added. This extends the 7.x Chain task. The visual script task includes a script tester. The visual script task allows new and existing tasks to be added to the step list. The visual script task allows direct editing of task steps. A "New SubDirectory Loop" task was added. A "New SubDirectory Monitor" task was added. An FTP module was added, based on another third-party FTP API. The new FTP module supports FTPS (both explicit and implicit SSL and TLS).
Release Notes: An encryption module has been added. An FTP task option has been added to allow data timeout to be set. SSH2 connection parameters can now be set for each profile. Chain Task now allows max wait time to be set to 0, which allows a chain to wait forever until a task finishes its run.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: Changes include a move from C++ to Java, external task runners, a password-protected user interface, an FTP monitoring task, FTP for entire directory trees, and scheduler improvements.