We use it primarily to run SAP jobs.
While there is other minor stuff it runs in, 98 percent is SAP. We have a number of different types of SAP systems. There are different teams who are responsible for configuring, managing, and setting up jobs. They are the ones who define the jobs and schedule them. There is an administrative team who is responsible for maintaining the system landscape and providing training for Tidal. They also provide standards, guidance, guidelines, and jobs.
We use the solution for cross-platform, cross-application workloads within SAP. Therefore, within SAP, we might run a job on one system, but wait for the job on other systems to finish first. That is our interdependency between SAP systems. However, we don't do things like run something on SAP, then go do something on a non-SAP system. We may have a bit of that, but that's not a big part of what we do. It's mostly within SAP systems or within an SAP system.