With respect to everyone’s well-earned time off, we’re sending off our December newsletter today to kick off the first full week back.
It’s been a whirlwind of a holiday season, but we’re back with more news from Tidal Migrations, and we’re coming in hot!
THIS MONTH’S HIGHLIGHT
AWS re:Invent Recaps
- The beginning of December took the team to Las Vegas where the vibe was so intense we needed 3 different perspectives just to make sure we had it all covered. Luckily, Jason Hurlbut, David Colebatch, and Phil Rees were on the case - check out their takes on an amazing week!
- If you’re looking to access our past webinars, they’re available on demand after you register. Topics include: ingesting your application portfolio, source code analysis and more.
- Tidal Migrations announces an agreement with Treehouse Software - It’s good to have friends! We’ve recently teamed up with Treehouse Software to make sure it’s smooth-sailing to the cloud for your mainframe-based legacy applications.
- Grand River Hospital builds data lake on AWS, achieves ‘seamless business continuity’ - There’s hope for healthcare yet! Grand River Hospital in Ontario, Canada migrates 3 terabytes of data (including sensitive patient information) and ends the use of 27 applications in a scalable, compliant shift to a data lake with AWS. Makes too much sense.
- Atlassian launches new serverless cloud development platform - Aussies Atlassian Software Development, known for their bug-tracking JIRA tool, gave developers a huge leg-up in cloud app development game for enterprises by announcing their very own development platform, Forge. Oh, and they integrate with Atlassian tools, too.
- Google makes moving data to its cloud easier - Planning a colossal move to the cloud? Google’s Transfer Service makes large-scale transfers faster, safer, and easier by taking care of the ins-and-outs of your data’s integrity validation. Don’t mind if you do, Google!
- Use third-party keys in the cloud with Cloud External Key Manager, now beta - Google can’t stop, won’t stop. They’re on their beta version of Cloud EKM, which allows you to keep your data fully separate from your encryption keys, beefing up that security.
- Cloud Covered: 2019 in Google Cloud - A rundown of Google’s most-viewed articles on the cloud in 2019 so you’re up-to-speed when you’re ready to conquer your migration goals in 2020. How can you not love a good Sunday reading list?
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See you back after the first month of 2020!