May has been a maternal month under the wave here at Tidal Migrations and in the cloud community at large; check it out!
There are still some seats available for the May 28 Migration Workshop!
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Ability to Track Organizational Goals - This feature helps you consider where you want your focus to be, what cloud vendors you’re looking to utilize, and who in your organization is meant to champion your efforts.
Easier to Run in Offline Mode - Use the commands
tidal restoreto easily get configured and set up with internet access and then move to a completely air-gapped machine to continue where you had left off.
Ability to set Inter-App Dependencies - We have added the ability for you to define inter-app dependencies in the application assessment view.
Analyze Multiple Databases Faster - Migration assessment can now complete multiple assessments in parallel, significantly reducing the time you have to go grab a coffee.
Improved Dependency Tree Visualization - Our new visualization is now able to show you all of the apps, servers, and databases that are dependent on each other.
- All of our past webinars are here and available on demand after you register. We’ll keep you posted on what’s coming up next!
A big shift in cloud war between Amazon, Google, Microsoft is coming: P&G top tech exec - Procter & Gamble chief information officer Javier Polit said the booming cloud computing market will contract over the next five years, predicting that Google would become the favored service provided for its superior platform for AI, data science, and data mining.
NAB’s cloud devs get free from locked-down IT - NAB developers are making progress at finding ways to build and deploy code to the cloud despite a heavily locked-down IT environment and limited allowances to run tools on local machines.
Microsoft tops $1 trillion as it predicts more cloud growth - Microsoft’s market capitalization hit $1 trillion in late April for the first time. Microsoft stock has risen 23% this year alone, with credit being given for the company’s shift in focus from selling its Windows operating system to selling cloud-based services.
Open source is big in databases, but the clouds impact is bigger - As relational databases continue to lose their luster, the cloud is expectedly accelerating the popularity of open source and non-relational databases. The main explanation for this is the incredible scalability that cloud provides, while inherently encompassing the appeal of open source and non-relational databases as a service.
As Oracle’s growth stagnates, insiders say that its all-important cloud business has suffered layoffs, infighting, and confusion - Oracle needs its old-school software revenue to stay strong while it remakes itself into a player in cloud computing, but this organizational shift may be difficult in an environment that employees describe as chaotic and political.