So, Canada has a new Prime Minister, but we think Elon’s historic accomplishment is a game changer. Maybe you will be the next civilian in space?
WHAT’S NEW WITH US
We are so humbled to be recognized by the Globe & Mail’s Report on Business. Each year they look at the three year growth rate of the top 500 companies in Canada. This year, Tidal was #76. Who knew? We’d like to thank everyone reading this for your support in helping us grow 764%! We promise to keep listening and making improvements to the software to support your transformation from Enterprise IT to the cloud.
NEW TIDAL CREW
Could one of these roles be your new Monday morning?
New to the cloud? Our next All-Virtual Migration Enablement Workshop will be spread over 2 three hour sessions, coming up on October 21st and 22nd, 2021, from 6:00PM-9:00PM EST each day (or 9:00AM AEDT).** **Register now and join us from home while our own David Colebatch walks you through the end-to-end cloud migration process.
Looking to empower your Cloud Center of Excellence? Sign up for a dedicated, private workshop and power up your migration factory!
Get a Status of Your Assessment Progress Across Your Portfolio
Our new projects feature brings additional benefits, not only can you filter by tag which allows you to see your assessment progress in Dev, Test or Prod, you can now also see this on a project by project basis.
It’s especially great where you’ve broken your cloud modernization and migration initiative into smaller projects such as a single department or affinity groups.
- Salesforce reaches Net Zero energy usage, announces updates to Sustainability Cloud - There’s hope for the future yet! Salesforce has hit 100% renewable energy for their entire value chain, and they’re not stopping there. They’ve also updated their Sustainability Cloud, their product that helps organizations manage their climate initiatives, making us think they’re gunning for sainthood, too.
- Amazon’s cloud unit to create data centres, 1,000 jobs in New Zealand - This island is about to get more connected, with AWS adding more data centres and expanding for the first time since they opened up shop there in 2014. Move over Hobbits…
- Microsoft wants cloud computing to reshape natural disaster modeling, but challenges remain - One day, Azure’s AI for Earth program vows to use it’s “planetary computer” to manage Earth’s ecosystems. That said, the pain points seem to be with reconciling the two disciplines of scientists and AI researchers. Not to mention dealing with the fickleness of weather prediction.
- Chicago hospital uses Amazon’s HealthLake to tear down data silos and build a coherent patient history - Healthcare is getting good. Rush University Medical Center in Chicago beta- tested AWS HealthLake last year to track COVID-19 cases, and through cloud compute, natural language processing and ontology mapping, were able to transform their data into something they could streamline for patient care.
- Google Cloud rolls out new storage products for better data protection - And the good news keeps coming. Google announces new storage products, Filestore Enterprise and Backup for Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), as well as dual-region bucket selection for developers with a mind for security (hopefully all developers).
That’s all for September, and if you’ve had a good time with us this newsletter, let us know by sharing (links below) and keeping your friends in the loop.
And if you missed us last month, catch up on our August Newsletter.
Stay united and see you in October!