Job Chaining allows you to link jobs so they run one after another. For example, you can set up a VM backup job, which saves backups locally and then starts a Backup Copy job, which copies the newly created backups to Amazon cloud.
You can link any type of jobs together: backup, backup copy, replication and recovery, as well as add any number of jobs to the chain. For instance, you can set up a series of backup jobs that trigger one another in the order of priority, or set up a series of Backup Copy jobs, which first send weekly backups to a DR repository and then send monthly backups to Amazon cloud for archival.
The Job Chaining feature helps you automate and simplify job management, makes scheduling of your jobs easier, and ensures they are executed efficiently, logically, and seamlessly.