Here are some of the tasks that a job can run:
Yes, without limit
Yes. Set up any user as a publisher. They can log into InTouch and create and run their own jobs and run any other job they have security access to.
Yes. There are various alerts for each of the phases of job execution, such as when the job starts, is successful, or fails. Alerts are sent in the form of email notifications to any subscriber.
Yes. Subscribers can receive content by email at any of the notification times, such as when a job is started, or is completed. The content can be any file or directory, or even a zip file created by a task. Subscribers can also receive a job log at any of the notification times.
Yes. You can specify one or more jobs that will prevent the current job from executing if those jobs are already running. You can specify whether the current job should fail or wait for those jobs to complete.
Yes. You can terminate an active job.
Yes. Pick your job, and select the task you want to restart.
Yes. Specify which task you want to retry if a particular task in the job fails.
Yes. InTouch has native support for DataStax Cassandra, the most highly scaleable big data platform available.
Yes. You can run InTouch from any tablet or smart phone.
Sure! Install it anywhere — on your computer, on multiple servers, on the Cloud.
The quickest way to get started is to use the supplied sample database as your starting point. You can walk through the samples using the Walking Tour guide. You can update the samples or create entirely new automation objects. There is also help available in all areas of the application.
Yes. As long as you have a certificate from a trusted source, you can run InTouch using HTTPS.