Adapter for JDBC

Turn job scheduling in JDBC-compliant environments into true enterprise-class automation.
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Integrate Database Connectivity for Enterprise-Wide Job Scheduling

Adapter Overview

Integrating Database Connectivity for Enterprise-Wide Job Scheduling

To improve their competitive advantage, businesses are investing in applications, databases, and data warehouse appliances that increase operational efficiency. These solutions manage critical data and logic from various functional areas including financials, inventory, procurement, and order fulfillment.

Processing the right data at the right time, managing dependency logic, and automating job sequencing are critical to the smooth operation of the enterprise. To achieve these goals, two conditions are necessary:

  • Broad enterprise-wide visibility of the entire application, storage, and database landscape
  • The ability to automate a wide range of functions, from dependency mapping, to application and database job steps, to event and alerts management

More About This Adapter

End-to-End Workload Automation with Tidal Workload Automation

Built for the needs of database processing, the Tidal Workload Automation Adapter for Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) is the interface between Tidal Workload Automation and JDBC-compliant database management systems. Together, they provide IT organizations with comprehensive cross-platform, cross- application job scheduling functionality, real-time interaction, and centralized control. With the adapter for JDBC, IT organizations can add the workload automation, manageability, and reliability of Tidal Workload Automation to JDBC- compliant databases. Users can manage all workload processes from a central console and integrate database processes into the wider enterprise job-processing environment to reduce errors and increase resource efficiency.

How Tidal Workload Automation Adapter for JDBC Works

Once the adapter has been implemented within the Tidal Automation environment, administrators can define, launch, monitor and control standard database processing such as Structured Query Language (SQL) statements and stored procedures. This integration with the Tidal platform allows IT staff to quickly resolve job failures, incorporate cross-application dependencies, and use process models, which include JDBC- compliant databases. Tidal’s adapter  for JDBC can submit predefined SQL processes or stored procedures to the Tidal Automation platform and monitor the status of each process as it runs. Tidal Automation can be used to monitor database events, which can then be used to trigger other scheduling activities such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) execution or data integration tasks. Modifications to the database management system (DBMS) environment are not necessary because Tidal Automation uses the  defined JDBC drivers.

Features and Benefits

Our pre-built integration for JDBC can deliver rapid return on investment (ROI) to organizations investing in database solutions. The integration brings job scheduling in JDBC-compliant environments into an enterprise context to provide greater automation, visibility, control and reliability. The following capabilities are crucial to delivering the benefits that users can expect from this solution.

Event-driven processing: In addition to time- and date-based job scheduling, the adapter can dynamically execute single jobs and entire workloads when triggered by business events from a wide range of adapters and platform-supported agents. Also, using the adapter, Tidal Automation users can define database events that can be used for alerts and for invoking an automated response through email and inserting additional jobs into the schedule.

Flexible monitoring and alerting: Job status and output are automatically logged and can be viewed using the Tidal Automation console. Alerts can be automatically sent to browser-enabled devices for anytime, anywhere status information and can be configured to initiate process recovery steps.

IT policy alignment: Each JDBC job can contain several process definitions, allowing for granular controls and error recovery procedures. Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL®) processes in the areas of request fulfillment, incident management, and change management can be supported and can include interfaces and integration techniques available for a range of operational environments.

Comprehensive security and audit capabilities: Security policy and changes to it are tied to enterprise security management tools and processes. The integrated security management features of Tidal Automation can be applied to the implementation of JDBC connections, roles, and jobs to help ensure secure management and use of required security credentials.

Where We Run

The Cloud

Tidal’s enterprise-wide automation platform transcends the inherent limitations associated with standalone point products or native cloud schedulers. We can automate and orchestrate cross-application workloads and enterprise-wide business processes that traverse multiple clouds and hybrid environments – all from a single-pane-of-glass view.


Tidal helps you optimize the value and performance of your legacy infrastructure while opening new opportunities to leverage next-gen applications and workflows. From pure on-prem to hybrid on-prem and cloud engagements – the answer is Tidal.

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