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Leverage BMC Helix Control-M in Kubernetes environments “Running BMC Helix Control-M Workloads in Kubernetes”

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Running BMC Helix Control-M Workloads in Kubernetes

Orchestrate business application workloads in K8s-based clusters

As more business applications move to Kubernetes, you need a way to ensure consistent scheduling and monitoring for workloads in OpenShift-, EKS-, AKS-, or GKE-based environments. In this technical white paper, you’ll get step-by-step instructions to run a pod to completion with a Helix Control-M/Agent running within the cluster. Find out how you can:

  • Use a Helix Control-M Application Integrator job type to run Helix Control-M workloads in K8s
  • Monitor the status of a Kubernetes job entity until it ends
  • Capture the pod’s output and present it in the Helix Control-M job output

BMC helps customers run and reinvent their businesses to succeed in new and better ways.

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  • SAP
  • O2
  • Itau
  • DISA

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