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The overwhelming pace of change is creating workload challenges that conventional automation tools simply can’t handle. You need next-wave workload automation from Tidal to get it done.
To handle these present and future challenges, Everything Automation™ from Tidal combines best-in-class automation functionality with our broad portfolio of pre-built, ready-to-run enterprise integrations. We simplify and accelerate the creation of job streams – you can easily define and manage infinite variations of dependencies upon which your business processes depend. And integrate any apps or systems you need to get the job done.
Manageability – Simplifies management via complete workload visibility (command-and-control), predictive analytics, environmental awareness, and automated error remediation.
Resilience – Provides a common, structured, enterprise-wide approach to workflow orchestration with a high-availability failover platform. Root cause determination and remediation help improve SLAs and reduced risk of outages – along with smaller impacts if/when they do occur.
Compliance – Improves comprehensive auditing and tracking information in support of compliance with IT policies and procedures.
Mobility – Allows control of jobs and management functions from your smart phones and tablets.
Scalability and Performance – Tidal’s multi-tier architecture meets today’s enterprise needs for performance, extensibility, and scalability. Separate architecture layers provide a stable, extensible framework, allowing it to handle increasing workload challenges reliably. Tidal’s master focuses primarily on the business logic, management, and implementation of job schedules, while one or more client managers orchestrate user interactions. This n-tier architecture and the decoupling of core functions enable organizations to scale both up and out, allowing them to support a large number of concurrent users and jobs without degrading management or processing performance.
We create staging environments for our data warehouse initiatives. Tidal helps us keep track of all aspects of the process and schedules them in the correct sequence. We’ve largely been able to eliminate manual intervention. That’s a huge bonus.Healthcare Network