Next Pathway’s Industry-leading SHIFT™ Translator Now Available on the AWS Marketplace

Next Pathway's Industry-leading SHIFT™ Translator Now Available on the AWS Marketplace

Customers can now translate their legacy code to Snowflake and AWS RedShift in a self-service capacity

Next Pathway Inc., the Automated Cloud Migration company, today announced that its industry-leading code translation technology, SHIFTTM Translator, is now available to customers through the AWS Marketplace. This listing empowers companies to leverage SHIFTTM Translator by subscribing to the tool through a software-as-a-service (SaaS) license directly from their AWS console.

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This is a gamechanger for companies that are seeking an automated migration path to modern cloud platforms, from legacy technologies like Teradata and Netezza, to modern platforms like Snowflake and AWS Redshift. Through the SaaS offering, any company can start using SHIFTTM Translator immediately with just a few clicks, with the security, scalable compute and simplified billing that the AWS Marketplace provides.

SHIFTTM Translator on the AWS Marketplace allows users to quickly generate an analysis report on their legacy database code to accelerate migration planning, and translate complex code types, such as SQL, Stored Procedures, ETL, and others, without any intermediary. This self-service capability further accelerates the time to market for complex data warehouse migration projects.

“By launching our industry-leading SHIFTTM Translator on the AWS Marketplace, we are putting the power of automation directly in our customer’s hands to accelerate their legacy to cloud migration projects”, said Chetan Mathur, Chief Executive Officer at Next Pathway. “At Next Pathway we are intently focused on simplifying migrations to the cloud, and through our SaaS offering of SHIFTTM, we are equipping customers to start their migration projects faster and reduce their overall timelines and costs.”

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