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Tidal offers complete command-and-control over all business processes and workloads in a friendly, intuitive interface that’s surprisingly easy to learn and use. Our intuitive browser-based and Java user interfaces support all aspects of both time- and event-based automation – definition, management, and optimization – without the need for human intervention, customization of existing tools, or knowledge of new scripting languages.
From a single easy-to-use console, you can view and manage workloads for past, current, and future job runs in real time, allowing disparate systems to be centrally-managed without scripts.
Building workloads that align with the needs of the business – this is the heart of the automation challenge. Fortunately, Tidal’s business views can help you quickly understand how specific workflow tasks relate to an overall business process. These views graphically display the tasks included in a business process, their dependencies, and their status, so you can:
Tidal’s iPhone and iPad mobile apps give you on-the-fly management and control capabilities to help keep your IT running smoothly. Our mobile management capabilities let you filter and view adapter and agent connections, jobs, alerts, and events. You can easily manage override, hold-and-stop, and release-and-resume commands as well as schedules, queues, and logs.
We liked was how easy the solution was to configure and use. Admins can visually create job workflows that span applications and systems without having to write scripts. Scheduling jobs for any application and platform was a key selling point for us.Software Giant