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Developer at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
Feb 17 2016

What is most valuable?

* Lightweight * Uses java standards * Can run in j2se or j2ee environments * Can run as embedded or standalone * Works with multiple db or in-memory * Great support staff * Extensible * Cluster(able) * Can integrate and be a major player in any SOA environmentFlux has made excellent design choices the benefits of which can be passed down to customers in terms of price and capability. I don't see any IT vendor rival this.

What needs improvement?

* It would be nice to have more file transform capabilities for transforming xml and csv documentsNot sure if this already exists on the latest release of flux.

What is Flux?

Flexible, integrated solution to meet highly complex processing needs with job scheduling, batch processor, and managed file transfer.

Flux automates batch processes into comprehensive workflows. Flux's batch job scheduling runs reports, triggers database jobs, runs Java code, executes ETL processes, transfers files, and runs command lines or shell scripts. Flux integrates batch job scheduling, managed file transfer, database queries and stored procedures, web services, and error handling to automate your batch job scheduling needs.

Flux customers
  • MetLife
  • DHL Express
  • The Clearing House Payments Company
  • ADP
  • Bank of New York Mellon
  • Conway, Inc
  • Carnegie Mellon University