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  • 1.  Trillium quality and discovery 15.7 version on premise to AWS cloud

    Posted 24 days ago
    Dear Team,

    We have Trillium quality and discovery 15.7 version on permise. There are plans to migrate to cloud ? Please can you advise if version 15.7 is cloud compatible ?  Kindly assist

    Thanks & Regards
    Nadeem M

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    Nadeem Muhammad
    Knowledge Community Shared Account
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  • 2.  RE: Trillium quality and discovery 15.7 version on premise to AWS cloud

    Posted 24 days ago
    Hi Nadeem,

    Yes, you can install Trillium on an AWS cloud instance. Just make sure the operating system is supported by Trillium version 15.7. And of course the Trillium AWS instance would need to have access to the source data, so make sure ports are opened accordingly.

    Kind regards,

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    Marco Kopp
    Senior Sales Engineer | EMEA
    Precisely | Trust in Data
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  • 3.  RE: Trillium quality and discovery 15.7 version on premise to AWS cloud

    Posted 23 days ago
    Thanks a lot for the info , Marco. It was very useful. Earlier the discussion was going on whether version 15(currently on-premise)  supported on cloud or do we need to really move to version 16 before we can move it to cloud . This really helps. Thanks again

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    Nadeem Muhammad
    Knowledge Community Shared Account
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  • 4.  RE: Trillium quality and discovery 15.7 version on premise to AWS cloud

    Posted 18 days ago
    Is version 17 cloud compatible ?

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    Martin Benson
    Data Quality Analyst
    PNC FINANCIAL SERVICES GROUP
    PITTSBURGH PA
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  • 5.  RE: Trillium quality and discovery 15.7 version on premise to AWS cloud

    Posted 16 days ago
    Hi Martin,

    If your question is, can we install v17 on a cloud instance like EC2 (AWS) the answer is yes.
    I haven't seen the release notes to see which platforms (OS) are supported, but the current Windows and Linux versions should be fine.

    Regards

    Marco

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    Marco de Jong
    IntoDQ2
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