A unified platform for automating business, operations and IT processes
Our scalable, resilient and secure platform supports automation needs across complex enterprise environments.
You can run Tidal on-prem or in the cloud. Regardless of where it’s hosted, Tidal runs workloads that are on-prem or in the cloud.
With 60+ pre-built integrations, you can automate applications, middleware, physical infrastructure and dynamic resources.
Tidal seamlessly manages the complexities of scheduling across time zones, like Daylight Saving Time changes at irregular intervals or adjusting jobs on a regional holiday. Dozens of the most commonly used calendars are included in the platform, and you can create an unlimited number of your own custom calendars.
With Tidal’s monitoring, you can keep track of scheduling activities and take action when needed. Using our event-action approach, you can define alerts based on events.
Alerts can be delivered to browser-enabled devices anytime and anywhere, generated externally as well as through our integration with ServiceNow for ITSM.
If a job fails, Tidal can:
The Tidal platform enables effective resource management with a number of capabilities:
Schedule downtime windows for resources that are being updated or backed up so that jobs are paused or redirected to an available resource.
Through agents, the platform can manage servers using the time zone where it’s located or the time zone of the Tidal Master.
Agent lists manage the assignment of work across resource pools. With built-in load balancing, work can be assigned in real time to the resources best suited to process it.
Use Tidal jobs to start and stop dynamic resources (clouds, containers or virtual machines) so they are running when – and only when – you need them to be.
Set policies and controls tied to your enterprise tools and processes. Tidal supports enterprise directory authentication and integrates with industry-leading password vault software.
Role-based Access Control
Apply fine-grained access controls to grant privileges to business users. Provide access only to the capabilities they need and limit what they are able to view and change.
When schedule development is delegated, you can maintain standards for consistency. Define policies for who can name scheduling objects and the rules for naming them.
Tidal offers a variety of mechanisms for reporting and analytics. Out-of-the-box reporting features provide insight into your enterprise scheduling environment. Some users may prefer the real-time charts and diagrams available in dashboards for viewing job, queue and SLA activity.
Additionally, Tidal Explorer provides deep dive analytics and reporting to diagnose issues and optimize schedules. And our APM Data Stream feeds real-time Tidal operational data to your enterprise’s operational data warehouse and integrates with a broad range of third-party solutions for data analytics.
Integrated resource management
Centralized management and control
Runs on-prem/in cloud/hybrid environments
60+ pre-built integrations
SaaS deployment option
Event-based job scheduling
Monitoring, alerts and recovery
Business, financial and holiday calendars
Role-based access control
Scalable and resilient
SLA and critical jobs tracking
Logging for audit requirements
Easy to learn and use
Implementation in weeks, not months