- Jobs are the basic unit for the processing of executable files, shell scripts, commands and of job implementations based on the JobScheduler internal API.
- Jobs can be executed independently from one another. However, job starts can also be made dependent on the execution result (success, failure, exit code) of preceeding preceding jobs.
- Jobs can also be started according to the results of preprocessing operations if a monitor is specified for that operation.
- Jobs can be executed in parallel by a configurable number of tasks.
Read more on the features of Job Objects in the job documentation.