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Advanced Java Quartz Scheduler Manager and Monitoring UI / Tool
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Posted By:   xmoravej
Posted On:   Friday, June 28, 2013 11:56 AM

    Hi, I'm excited to announce the release of our QuartzDesk product ( http://www.quartzdesk.com ). QuartzDesk is aimed at all Java developers using the Quartz scheduler in their applications, as well as system administrators / operations personnel looking after these applications. QuartzDesk is an advanced Java Quartz scheduler management and monitoring GUI / tool with many powerful and unique features. To name just a few: Remote management of Quartz schedulers / jobs / triggers. Support for Quartz 1.x and 2.x schedulers. Persistent job execution history. Job execution log message capturing. Notifications (email, all popular IM   More>>

 

 

Hi,


I'm excited to announce the release of our QuartzDesk product ( http://www.quartzdesk.com ). QuartzDesk is aimed at all Java developers using the Quartz scheduler in their applications, as well as system administrators / operations personnel looking after these applications.

QuartzDesk is an advanced Java Quartz scheduler management and monitoring GUI / tool with many powerful and unique features. To name just a few:

  • Remote management of Quartz schedulers / jobs / triggers.
  • Support for Quartz 1.x and 2.x schedulers.
  • Persistent job execution history.
  • Job execution log message capturing.
  • Notifications (email, all popular IM protocols, web-service).
  • Interactive execution statistics and charts.
  • REST API for job / trigger / scheduler monitoring.
  • QuartzAnywhere web-service to manage / monitor Quartz schedulers from applications.
  • and more

To keep this announcement short, I kindly refer you to the QuartzDesk Features page ( http://www.quartzdesk.com/documentation/features ) for details and screenshots.

Jan Moravec (Founder) & The QuartzDesk Team


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Re: Advanced Java Quartz Scheduler Manager and Monitoring UI / Tool

Posted By:   xiaoyuandlg  
Posted On:   Wednesday, January 8, 2014 10:20 PM

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Seems to be very interesting, I've read something about a winforms scheduler , it has many features in common with this one you mentioned.

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