Adapter for AWS

Optimize your AWS cloud workflows with enterprise-class automation.

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Orchestrate AWS Cloud Computing Instances Within Enterprise Workflows

Adapter Overview

Our Adapter for AWS gives you the ability to automate public cloud resources within our platform. You can define, launch, control and monitor AWS jobs in Tidal Automation.

  • Start, monitor and stop AWS computing instances
    • Copy Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) and Elastic Block Store (EBS) volumes
  • Define scheduling dependencies for AWS and other business processes
  • Execute AWS Lambda jobs from the centralized console in our platform

More About the Adapter

AWS provides scalable computing capacity in the cloud. Specifically, EC2 provides the ability to run virtual machine (VM) instances on Amazon’s cloud infrastructure. EC2 is elastic, which means instances can be spun up or down on the fly. You can choose from a large set of VM images that come pre-installed with the latest operating systems and applications. Or you can upload your own custom VM images to EC2. You can also choose the exact CPU, memory and storage configurations to fit your computing needs.


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.

  • CentOS
  • Linux Kernel 2.6.18 & above
  • Linux PPC
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Microsoft Windows Server
  • Open VMS
  • Oracle Cloud
  • Oracle Enterprise Linux
  • Red Hat Enterprise Server
  • Suse Enterprise
  • Tandem NSK
  • Ubuntu
  • UNIX
  • HPUX (PA-RISC, Itanium)
  • Solaris (Sparc, X86)
  • AIX
  • OS/400 iSeries
  • z/Linux
  • z/OS