TidalScale has announced that its software-defined server technology is now available on IBM Cloud. It would allow companies to construct and deploy servers of nearly any capacity in minutes, while addressing costs and long-term obligations.
Data has become a crucial tool for businesses in today’s digital economy. Companies must guarantee that all active processing takes place in-memory to help optimize the value of their data, which might necessitate the use of expensive servers, stated Tidalscale.
Organizations may solve this ever-increasing data burden using TidalScale’s software-defined server technology, which dynamically aggregates compute and memory resources across numerous lower-cost servers to provide in-memory processing capability on-demand.
Oracle Database, SAP HANA, Microsoft SQL Server
TidalScale’s software-defined server technology is meant to help businesses ‘right size’ their data for high-value workloads including Oracle Database, SAP HANA, Microsoft SQL Server, and data analytics, among others. Clients will have greater flexibility in setting their systems to assist improve performance, stated Tidalscale, while also addressing cost and no long-term obligations, thanks to the technology. All of that capability is now accessible via the IBM Cloud.
“We are excited to be working with IBM to bring to market TidalScale’s software-defined server technology on IBM Cloud,” said Gary Smerdon, President and CEO at TidalScale. “To maximize the value of their data, customers must deploy their high value workloads on a right sized system to ensure peak performance while controlling costs. Our award-winning technology offers increased agility to help ensure the optimal system is deployed no matter what data growth is expected in the coming months and years. We believe IBM Cloud offers the highest level of reliability, security, and scalability which is the perfect complement to TidalScale’s innovative technology.”
IBM’s Cloud Engagement Fund
TidalScale is a member of IBM’s partner ecosystem, which aims to enable all sorts of partners – whether they build on, service, or resell IBM technologies and platforms – manage and modernize workloads.
TidalScale is using IBM’s Cloud Engagement Fund, which was formed as part of IBM’s $1 billion investment in its partner ecosystem, to gain access to technical expertise and cloud credits to help clients migrate workloads to hybrid cloud environments like IBM Cloud.“We are pleased to collaborate with TidalScale and provide an open hybrid cloud platform that enables them to effectively bring their software-defined server technology to clients,” said Walter Falk, Manager and Head of IBM Cloud Partner Business Development. “The combination of IBM Cloud and TidalScale’s capabilities will help provide clients with more flexibility to determine the right sized system for their mission-critical workloads. We believe this will help clients experience faster deployments while addressing performance and cost objectives, and the ability to adjust as requirements change over time.”