Announcing the General Availability of SQL Enterprise Job Manager 2.3

We’re excited to announce the release of SQL Enterprise Job Manager 2.3

SQL Enterprise Job Manager is an industry leading monitoring, scheduling and management solution for SQL Server agent jobs and Windows tasks for deployments in environments ranging from small businesses to large scale enterprises. SQL Enterprise Job Manager solves complex job dependency issues by analyzing job execution results and by identifying trends to tune performance. With SQL Enterprise Job Manager, users can configure and manage jobs that run over multiple instances and customize jobs and their status collection to optimize balance between performance and data across SQL Server and Azure SQL databases using a single web-based user interface console that could be used remotely from anywhere. A flexible system of tailor-made alert rules that allows notifications to be generated across a broad range of significant, disruptive or undesired executions.

What’s New in SQL Enterprise Job Manager 2.3?

The SQL Enterprise Job Manager 2.3 release is focused on addressing the highest priority customer requests while providing significant usability and productivity improvements for DBAs, for both small and large customer installations.

Product Enhancements

Performance Enhancements

Improved performance in several areas of  the Enterprise Job Manager web console with significant success. We expect these changes to improve the trial experience while also benefiting established users.

Job Chain Schedule

Improved and extended support for the job chain schedule operation to enhance usability. Administrators will now be able to set flexible customization options when using the job wizard that simplifies time-consuming processes.

Installation

Addressed compatibility and dependency matters that streamlined the product installation process. These enhancements greatly simplify the installation and initial trial experience and should result in decreased support calls.

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