Who Says Mainframes and The Cloud Don’t Mix?
Tidal Collaborates with Treehouse Software to Offer Comprehensive, Scalable Enterprise Mainframe-to-Cloud Migration
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TORONTO, ON, December 2, 2019.
Tidal based in Toronto is pleased to announce an agreement with Treehouse Software, Inc., of Sewickley, PA to offer customers an assessment and modernization path for their mainframe applications. Often, mainframe-based legacy applications are identified as providing the highest value to the business as part of an overall application portfolio assessment.
Utilizing the Tidal business-first, application-centric assessment model and leveraging the Tidal platform and underlying discovery and assessment tools, customers quickly identify the applications that are prime candidates for transformation. The unique association with Treehouse Software gives customers a modernization pathway for their Mainframe-to-Cloud voyage.
When evaluating their application portfolio for modernization, most organizations see Mainframe and often exclude it from the assessment.
This shouldn’t be the case.
If you’re looking to either modernize your mainframe application or simply move your mainframe database to the cloud, you can now analyze that application for both its technical complexity as well as its business value and start the voyage to the cloud.
After completing the rapid Tidal assessment, Treehouse Software’s tcVISION product can move or sync a mainframe database with either AWS or Azure. What does that mean? It means that customers can continue running their mainframe-based production workloads on the mainframe, while developing the re-architected application using the same data in the Cloud.
Treehouse Software’s tcVISION, is a powerful and mature software product designed for real-time and bi-directional data replication. tcVISION’s GUI modeling and mapping, and ease of migrating data to the Cloud makes it an ideal choice for modernizing large mainframe environments. tcVISION provides the quality of service required by enterprise data workloads for security, availability, and scalability.
“Our customers often skipped the mainframe applications during their cloud readiness assessment, thinking that transformation was not an option,” says David Colebatch, CEO of Tidal. “Now the mainframe can be treated like any other application in your portfolio, with Treehouse providing a straightforward path to empowering the cloud-transition.”
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“Through this exciting new collaboration, Treehouse Software provides globally proven mainframe data delivery capabilities, and the customer benefits from modernization of their data while achieving Cloud readiness confidence ensured by the Tidal platform.” said Joseph Brady, Director of Business Development and AWS Alliance Lead at Treehouse Software.”
Read about tcVISION real-time mainframe data replication on the AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/apn/real-time-mainframe-data-replication-to-aws-with-tcvision-from-treehouse-software/
Our mission is to empower our customers’ application portfolio assessment with a business-first approach and our standardized framework. This is underpinned by the Tidal platform and underlying tools; Tidal Tools & DNS Tools. The platform provides a single-source-of-truth for managing the cloud voyage of each application in the portfolio and empowers collaboration from goal setting to transition execution. Tidal has partnerships with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.
About Treehouse Software, Inc.
Since 1982, Treehouse Software has been serving enterprises worldwide with industry-leading mainframe-related software products and outstanding technical support. Today, Treehouse is an AWS Technology Partner and a global leader in providing solutions for real-time and bi-directional data replication between a variety of mainframe and non-mainframe sources, including (Mainframe): VSAM, IMS, Db2, CA Datacom, Adabas, and CA IDMS; and (Non-mainframe): Amazon RDS Aurora, Amazon MySQL/MariaDB, Amazon RDS PostgreSQL, Amazon RDS Oracle, Amazon RDS SQL Server, Amazon Kinesis, Amazon Redshift, Microsoft Azure, Oracle Cloud, Kafka, MongoDB, Hadoop, SAP Hana, IBM Db2 LUW, and many more.