BMC is pleased to announce that the initial release of Control-M Workbench will be available for beta testing starting March 13, 2017.
Please read these instructions carefully if you are interested in this Beta Program.
►What is Control-M Workbench?
Control-M Workbench is a solution for creating batch business application jobs using a Jobs-as-Code approach. It is a publicly-available sandbox that runs as an open virtual appliance on a personal laptop and enables developers to build, test and debug Control-M jobs.
►What’s new in Control-M Workbench?
This is the initial release and provides the following capabilities:
Get a developer sandbox that runs on your laptop and is ready to work in less than 5 minutes
Build, test and debug job flows that automate data pipelines, analytics and batch business flows
Use JSON to write the automation rules that become part of your application
Use developer-friendly interfaces like RESTful web services or a node.js cli to validate, execute and debug your job flows
Store automation rules (jobs) and configuration objects in Git or any other SCM together with the rest of your application artifacts
►Milestones during the Beta Program
This beta program begins on March 13, 2017 and continues until June 14, 2017.
►Criteria for being part of the Control-M Workbench Beta Program
Interest in DevOps, CI/CD and automating business application workloads.
Access to a computer with Virtual Box and node.js (or the ability to install these components)
Ability to spend 1 to 2 hours to install and configure Beta software and execute the provided tutorials
►How to sign up for Beta:
In order to be considered in any of our BMC Customer Programs, you must: