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Application Virtualization: Tidal Enterprise Scheduler Supports Latest Systems and Applications from Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, and VMWare



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Tidal Software offers the easiest-to-use enterprise job scheduler – Tidal Enterprise Scheduler™ - for completely automating even the most complex batch processing across the complete enterprise. Customers consistently cite Tidal’s enterprise job scheduling software’s ease-of-use, support for complex heterogeneous environments and flexibility as reasons for selecting Tidal.

Tidal's job scheduling software has dramatically improved the performance of a wide range of systems for customers such as: order management, business intelligence, customer reporting, and more.


Tidal Software, a leading provider of application scheduling and performance management software, today announced the availability of Tidal Enterprise Scheduler 5.3.1. The release extends the 5.3 version of this popular job scheduler with support for the latest versions of enterprise systems and applications from Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, and VMWare. Support for these latest versions further simplifies consolidation of enterprise scheduling onto a single job scheduler – a key objective for IT. With Tidal’s complete and easy-to-use job scheduling solution, IT can centralize schedules to a single point of management to gain greater visibility and control of operations than ever before.

In addition to new enterprise systems and applications support, the release also provides support for FTP over SSL (FTPS) and Alarmpoint 3, the newest generation of Alarmpoint’s enterprise event notification product.

With the new Tidal Enterprise Adapter for SAP Solutions 7.0, Tidal Enterprise Scheduler now supports XBP 3.0, SAP’s interface for extended control of background processing. This enables Tidal Enterprise Scheduler to capture and respond to SAP events, providing real-time event-driven business process automation for SAP Solutions.

With this release Tidal Software is now supporting the operation of the Tidal Enterprise Scheduler master and agents on VMWare, providing flexible deployment in a virtualized environment. Tidal supports a flexible licensing model, enabling sharing of agent licenses across VMs in a server.


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