Control-M Architecture and Components

Control-M is well known for its three-tier architecture. By utilizing networking technology, Control-M components among the three tiers can communicate with each other freely, therefore work together to provide cross platform job submission and tracking, and at the same time allow batch workload to be monitored and managed from a centralized location.

Control-M/Enterprise Manager sits at the top layer. It provides the backend of graphical user interface and administration facilities. The middle tier — Control-M/Server is the schedule engine that performs the actual job submission and tracking. And the bottom tier is Control-M/Agent that runs on different machines to handle job submission requests from Control-M/Server. ...

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