Cybermation Inc., the leading developer of integrated enterprise systems management software, has announced the Early Availability of ESP Workload Manager V5R3.0, the company's flagship job scheduling and workload automation product. This latest release includes many new enhancements to ESP Workload Manager's powerful feature set, providing users increased flexibility and control in the scheduling and management of enterprise workload.Cybermation has continued its commitment to developing its mainframe centric enterprise workload management solutions, which are mission critical for the company's many Fortune 500 customers. During the past 15 years, Cybermation has consistently provided new releases of ESP Workload Manager to keep pace with changing customer requirements."Our high standards for the evolution of our products ensures that we continue to make complex automation processes simple," commented chairman and chief technology architect, Ray Nissan. "Cybermation's leading edge product development is unusual in the mainframe centric world, and ESP 5.3 is no exception. It offers our growing user community significant performance improvements and provides a rapid return on investment."Among the new features included in ESP Workload Manager 5.3 is an enhanced conversion process to help Cybermation's Professional Services team engage customers and replace their existing competitive product typically well ahead of their most optimistic expectations. Other key functions include: ESP Workstation enhancements, such as the new consolidated workstation server to allow connections to multiple ESP masters from one single workstation (graphical user interface) application as well as a single scoreboard scan and filtering enhancements. Installations with large workloads spread over multiple sites will experience considerable performance improvements. An Agent Monitor to allow users to perform continuous monitoring to confirm availability of an ESP Agent. This feature is optional and can be implemented on a selected basis. FTP enhancement, eliminating reliance on SMF record type 15 for all data set closures in favor of SMF record type 118 to differentiate between a successful and unsuccessful transmission and to feed back to ESP more information about the transmission via symbolic variables. Global Variable Tables to introduce a new method for storing and retrieving global variables, complementing ESP's existing methods. This feature supports the creation of global variables, grouped into one or more global variable tables.Steve Turpin, Director of Professional Services at Cybermation, added, "Our experienced in house Professional Services team takes pride in its ability to manage the risk for our customers, guaranteeing our work and timeframe to deliver immediate results. Version 5.3 offers a variety of new features to convert customers to ESP Workload Manager, making our job and theirs easier than ever."About ESP Workload ManagerWith ESP, automating all scheduling tasks across the enterprise refocuses valuable data center resources on exception management and improved application development capabilities to enhance competitive advantage. Users typically experience returns within weeks or months even if they already had an automated scheduling solution in place.ESP Workload Manager 5.3 will be generally available in July. is recognized by its many Fortune 500 customers as a leading developer of best of breed automation solutions for job scheduling, workload management and software change management for heterogeneous computing environments and for its systems management expertise. The company's products include ESP Workload Manager(R) for enterprise wide job scheduling and workload management for OS/390(R), UNIX(R), Windows NT(R) and OS/400(R) operating systems as well as for SAP R/3, Oracle and PeopleSoft ERP environments; ESP Workstation graphical user interface for enterprise scheduling from a single point of control; ESP Encore(R) for automated rerun, restart and recovery; ESP Console Manager(R) for console automation; and Alchemist, a powerful, automated change management system that provides real benefits for both software development and data center production environments. Cybermation's customers include Hudson's Bay Company, Statistics Canada, and CN Rail in Canada, Allstate Insurance, JC Penney, Nike, Deere Co. and Verizon in the United States, and One 2 One, Sony Europe, VHV and Janssen Pharmaceutica in Europe. The company is headquartered in Toronto, Canada, and has offices throughout the United States, England and Australia. 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Apparently, he had a long rap sheet. Barabbas was sitting on death row with two other condemned men. These three men knew that Friday morning they would be led to a familiar hill just outside of town to be crucified. Suddenly and unexpectedly Jesus, the renowned Rabbi, was arrested and thrown in with these prisoners. Pilate, the official in charge of Jesus' case, knew from the beginning that the religious leaders who brought Jesus to him wanted Him put to death. In an attempt to avoid crucifying a man in whom he could find no fault ( LK 23:21 ), Pilate appealed to the crowd gathered in the street. He offered to release one of the prisoners and gave them what surely seemed like a no brainer to him. He offered to release to them either Barabbas or Jesus. Even more obvious than the goodness of Jesus was the guilt of Barabbas. Jesus was famous; Barabbas was infamous. To Pilate's utter shock, the crowd chose Barabbas. As if to double check their response, he asked what they wanted him to do with Jesus. They shouted, "Crucify him! Crucify Him!" So, he did. Scripture doesn't tell us how aware the prisoners were of the transaction with Pilate and the people in the street. I imagine they were close enough to hear the crowd, but not Pilate speaking to the crowd. Think about that for a moment. From inside his cell Barabbas heard the crowd shout his name. Can't you see him perk up? "What's this about," he thinks. But the next thing he heard was the crowd chanting, "Crucify him! Crucify him!" He could not have been prepared for what happened next. A guard came in, unshackled him, led him outside and said "Get out of here; you're free." Perhaps it was minutes later, hours later, or days later that he heard the rest of the story. But no one ever understood the goodness of "Good Friday" like Barabbas. In a literal and physical way Jesus took his place on the cross that day. Barabbas is a symbol of all sinners. Get in Barabbas' shoes and you can appreciate the goodness of Good Friday better. Those shoes probably fit much better than you would like to think. What is good about Good Friday is that Jesus took my place on the cross that day. I was the one under a death sentence for my sins ( Romans 3:23; 6:23 ). The Gospel message (the Good News) is this: Jesus, who was tempted in every way just like you and I, unlike you and I, was consistently victorious over those temptations; and in His unique purity, Jesus paid for all our moral failures ( Hebrews 4:15; 2Cor 5:21; 1Peter 3:8 ). It is truly a tragic thing that the Son of God was so mistreated, was subject to such injustice. Jesus did not suffer and die for nothing. He died for us. And you and I are not nothing! If you have been mistreated, He knows what that's like. If you have suffered injustice, He knows what that is like. He has identified with our experience. He didn't consider Himself above that ( Philippians 2:5 8 ). Sin is a Bible term with which many people are quite uncomfortable today. It means we have failed to do the will of God. Sin is what is wrong with our world. If none of us sinned, this planet would be heavenly. Most of us can be riled about the sins of other people, sinners who sin much worse than we. Jesus calls all of us to be honest with ourselves and honest with God about our sinner status. His mission was not to condemn us but to save us. Following the popular verse John 3:16 are these words from Jesus: " For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through Him" ( JN 3:17 ). May God enable us to see, embrace, and celebrate the goodness of Good Friday. Air Jordan 4 Retro Doernbecher,Great Harwood Window put up a good fight but S7 just had too much class in all departments.In fact, the damage could have been a lot higher had S7 been more clinical in front of goal Daniel Stubberfield and Lewis Hamlin the main culprits.Clearly it was a day when the pair failed to practice what they preach when it came to art of finishing, although Hamlin did go someway to make amends with some fancy footwork and good strike for the holders fourh goal.With S7's impressive approach work going to waste Stubberfield, Hamlin, Chris Bailey and Zack Dale all failing to hit the target it was a good old fashioned set piece that finally broke through the Great Harwood defence.Midway through the half, Dale swung in a free kick from the right that Ryan McKenna met with a thumping header.Until then, Harwood had lived a charmed life as chance after chance went begging for S7 although keeper Ian Garsden and centre back Danny Heppensall more than rose to the challenge. Garsden saved well from Stubberfield and was solid under the high ball while Heppensall made his mark with a well timed tackle on Hamlin as he raced in on goal.Great Harwood's forays upfield were fleeting. Brad Gorman swung in a few crosses from the right but no one was there to meet them.But in Liam Oldale, they had a player whose pace and trickery gave the S7 defence cause for concern. And from one such run, Great Harwood were unexpectedly on level terms when Oldale forced a foul out of Jake Errey in the area.The striker picked himself up and confidently stroked his spot kick beyond Spencer Harrison in the S7 goal.A shock on the cards was extremely unlikely although Great Harwood were next on the attack when Liam Hindle struck a volley in to the midriff of the S7 keeper.The two time winners should have regained the lead but their failure in front of goal continued when Hamlin blazed over following a good flick on from Errey.But thankfully for them, their set piece was functioning and McKenna rose to head home a second, this time from a Stubberfield corner.The half ended as it had begun, another S7 miss, Hamlin volleying wide from Stubberfield's cleaver through ball.But S7 soon had the comfort of a two goal lead when Bailey finally found an end product to his pacey and direct game, sweeping home after another good delivery from Stubberfield.Great Harwood hit back with some nice interplay between Gorman and Anthony Lynch on the edge of the area before the latter fired narrowly off target.At the other end, Stubberfield fired over the bar before Hamlin finally found the target from arguably his toughest chance.
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