The new model of BMC Software’s Control-M workload management software for enterprises was announced this week – Control-M 7. Firms will dynamically manage workloads and thus keep up with the constantly changing arena of business priorities to resources – which will be maximised and cost will be controlled.

BMC Control-M 7 will also help support cloud and virtual environments – this means that companies can be flexible with the workloads as the goal posts move. Whether a virtual or physical environment, on or off site, and regardless of use – the company, with the ultra-portable product architecture, can enable a cloud to match workloads.

“With features such as Dynamic Workload Automation, cloud and virtualisation capabilities, as well as scenario-based recovery and compliance reporting, BMC Control-M 7 provides the best solution to align IT workloads with business needs and reduce costs,” said Bill Miller, president of mainframe service management at BMC.

By decreasing errors and increasing control and flexibility, costs are cut and pressure is taken off administrators. Over 2,300 companies use the BMC Control-M solution, and with 25 years since its conception, it has been used for over 50 million job executions a month. The new Control-M 7 makes sure BMC and its clients are keeping up with the rise of the virtual world and on top of the workload.

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Chris Baker is the Global Sales and Marketing Director responsible for the expansion of Calsoft Enterprise Solutions internationally. Formerly co-owner of acquired business, Inatech, Chris has been responsible for developing and promoting the company’s position as a specialist in Oracle solutions within the global IT industry. Chris co-founded Inatech in November 2002 merging with Calsoft in 2008. In a career spanning 23 years, Chris has held influential positions at Accenture, Easams, and Marconi. He was a Member of the Oracle UK Consulting Board during his time at Oracle Corporation UK, where he spent 15 years. Chris has a Higher National Diploma in Computing Studies from Farnborough College with distinction.