Extend the native capabilities of SAP Solution Manager job scheduler with RunMyJobs’ comprehensive functionality and seamless integrations.
Get the more powerful automation capabilities of Redwood without a massive migration or change management headache. Redwood’s job scheduling automation platform enables event-based scheduling across SAP and non-SAP jobs and applications.
Redwood makes job scheduling management easier and more accessible than any other platform.
Launch any automation project and coordinate process chains quickly with RunMyJobs’ ready-to-use library of prebuilt integrations and connectors for SAP applications like SAP 4HANA, SAP IBP, and more.
Easily manage your job scheduling lifecycle management across any IT environment, data source, and internal application.
Redwood was SAP’s first Solution Extension partner for automation in 2005. A current SAP PartnerEdge Build Partner, RunMyJobs collaborates with SAP on new advanced features.
The SAP Solution Manager (sometimes also called Solution Manager Scheduling Enabler, or SMSE) is commonly used for scheduling background jobs, data extracts, report execution, interface processing, batch processing, and system maintenance tasks. However, such business process automation is limited only to SAP systems and may not cover all scenarios or specialized requirements.
Redwood RunMyJobs supports scheduling and workflow automation across SAP and non-SAP jobs, allowing for centralized job scheduling and orchestration across your org’s entire IT environment from a single easy-to-use user interface. RunMyJobs offers many advanced scheduling features like event-driven scheduling, real-time workload balancing, and resource optimization. Further, RunMy Jobs provides comprehensive alerting and monitoring capabilities for real-time execution tracking and system performance.
Redwood allows admins to define user roles and assign permissions based on responsibilities. Roles can be tailored to different access levels, such as job creation, scheduling, monitoring, or administration. Redwood employs access control lists )ACLs) to define which actions or operations users are authorized to perform. Finally, Redwood integrates with identity and access management (IAM) and supports the principle of segregation of duties to lessen the risk of unauthorized access or misuse.