We’ve conquered the first month of 2020 here at Tidal with a ton of developments, and hope you have, too. Check out what we’ve been up to, and we’ll let you pretend that dry February (not January) was your plan all along.
In case you missed it in the holiday haze, here’s what 2019 looked like to our CEO David Colebatch in his Year in Review.
Only one week to go! Our full-day Cloud Migration Workshop is kicking off this Tuesday February 4th from 9-3pm EST at our offices at 901 King Street West in Toronto. Register now and get ready to meet industry leaders and fellow developers while our own David Colebatch walks you through the first 3 phases of the cloud migration process. Breakfast and lunch are on us!
Can’t wait? Take a sneak peak at a teaser of the kanban template you’ll walk away from the workshop with, gearing you up for migration with a comprehensive action plan!
We’ve just added an Application Portfolio Report feature, letting you generate reports and charts in just one click!
Now it’s easy to export a full assessment report of all your applications, complete with assessment results, dependencies, and recommended migration order. Gearing up for an executive presentation? Export a set of charts summarizing your assessment and watch those heads turn.
- 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.
- Red Hat, Cloud Save IBM - Seems like nothing but good things happening for IBM since Red Hat joined the ranks, with Red Hat’s $34 billion division playing a huge part in their Q4 success, and a forecasting a bright and sunny 2020. Hold on to your hats…
- Google Cloud lands Lufthansa Group and Sabre as new customers - After a bit of an ego-bruise with the loss of Epic Systems, Google forges on by breaking into the travel game with German airline Lufthansa and travel software company Sabre. We won’t tell Greta Thunberg.
- Archive storage comes to Google Cloud: Will it give AWS and Azure the cold shoulder? - Throw your infrequently-used data in the freezer for a few years, says Google Cloud, as it opens up its new storage class, Archive. Before you say ‘sign me up!’ take a look at Tim Anderson’s comparison chart of similar storage options across the big 3.
- Six Nations 2020 will be the smartest yet thanks to AWS - Sports fans unite! Looks like Rugby will be just as plugged-in as Formula-1 with AWS’s statistics-tracking tech. Cozy up to the action as it happens in the scrum!
- Cortex Labs helps data scientists deploy machine learning models in the cloud - What’s machine learning without a bridge into the cloud? It’s not a riddle - Omer Spillinger, CEO of startup Cortex Labs may have the answer, and he and his Berkeley buddies have built a company on it.
That’s all for January 2020. If you’ve had a good time with us this newsletter, let us know by following us on social media (links below) to stay up to date on your favourite cloud migration tools.
And in case you missed it, check out our December newsletter.
See you in February!