jslarouche
Enthusiast
Enthusiast

Maestro?

Anyone using maestro on a VM or using an alternative on a virtual server?

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TomHowarth
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Leadership

What is maestro, to me, it means a rubbish car built by British Leyland in the '80s or a Debit Card, neither of which I would be running in a VM. Smiley Wink

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tom howarth

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spex
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Expert

We are running TWS (tivoli workload scheduler - formerly Maestro) for test purposes within a vm since about 3 month. No problems so far.

Regards Spex