What is Cloud Scheduler?

Cloud Scheduler is a type of back end application utility back-endless in management of virtual machine resources in a distributed virtualization environment. It is used in virtual machine environments to manage the back end scheduled operations on virtual machines and processes.

Brief Description of Cloud Scheduler

Cloud scheduler is primarily used to create and execute back end batch jobs within a virtualization infrastructure. Typically, virtual machines have one or more jobs within their task / process queue. It provides automation in executing, completing and closing all jobs in such a job queue.In most cases, jobs and tasks performed by this scheduler are hidden to the virtual machine user. The virtual machine administrator can specify the schedule to run one time and recurring jobs on the virtual machine cluster.

In most cases, jobs and tasks performed by this scheduler are hidden to the virtual machine user. The virtual machine administrator can specify the schedule to run one time and recurring jobs on the virtual machine cluster.

Cloud Scheduler might also be termed to an application that enables in time and calendar scheduling through cloud.

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