Batch Jobs

How Row Locking Makes Taskling Concurrency Controls Possible

Your Taskling jobs can be configured with concurrency limits and those jobs will never have more than the configured number of executions of that job running at any time.

Some batch and micro-batch jobs need to be singletons, there to be only one execution running at any point in time. This may be to avoid data consistency issues when persisting results or because only a single session can be opened to a third party service etc. Other batch processes need more than one execution running at the same time in order to cope with the data volume but have a concurrency limit in order to not overwhelm downstream systems or third party services.

Announcing Taskling.NET, a C# Batch Job API

Taskling.NET is a C# batch processing library that enables you to avoid rewriting the same code over and over again for batch and micro-batch jobs. 


  • Partitioning of batches into blocks of work with guaranteed isolation between blocks across batches
  • Recover from failures with automatic reprocessing/retries of blocks
  • Limiting the number of concurrent task executions (across servers)
  • Critical sections across servers
  • Standardised activity logging and alerting.
  • Thread-Safe enabling parallel processing of blocks and list block items