Adapter for JD Edwards Orchestrator

Integrate Orchestrator activities within your overall business processes.
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Adapter Overview

JD Edwards Adapters

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is a popular suite of ERP software and other purpose-built applications. The Tidal Automation adapter for JD Edwards already integrates ERP job scheduling into our platform to centralize management of ERP jobs within enterprise-wide workload activities.

Many organizations using EnterpriseOne applications have added the JD Edwards Orchestrator in their environments to improve automation of tasks and workflows, enable communications with other applications and connect with IoT devices. The Orchestrator has its own embedded scheduler, separate from the EnterpriseOne scheduler. So Tidal also offers an adapter that manages the scheduling activities in Orchestrator, integrating those Orchestrator activities within your end-to-end business processes.

The Tidal Automation platform applies more robust scheduling capabilities than the Orchestrator scheduler offers. By leveraging the Orchestrator and Tidal integration, you can centralize control and visibility of Orchestrator activities, manage complex dependencies across applications and trigger actions once the Orchestrator processes are complete. The result is simplified job scheduling and improved efficiency for business process automation.

Take a look at our adapter for JD Edwards.

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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