The goal when simulating is to determine the impact of additional jobs, or existing jobs that may run longer or shorter or later and ultimately how will these jobs affect the future service delivery (SLA) and the batch window. With visualjob for Control-M you are able to identify the business impact of your Control-M schedule changes way before they occur. When simulating, visualjob for Control-M allows for the use of different statistical models for job averages, based upon the different type of production runs. Additional simulation models are available to make the visualjob for Control-M Workload Simulation as realistic as possible.
Because of the various types of dependencies within a Control-M job net, some jobs are part of your critical path, while other may not be. visualjob for Control-M has the ability to identify those jobs that are part of your critical path and will ultimately affect the duration of the batch window.
The visualjob for Control-M Workload Simulation is the ultimate tool to understand future batch runs, perform what-if-scenarious, identify problems before they occur, reduce costly test cycles and to better communicate the effect of batch changes to the business user.
Gantt charts generated can also be exported in standard image formats and printed.