Ring in the Holidays with Family & Friends and Achieve your 2019 Goals with a Rock-Solid Multi-Cloud Strategy

Multi-Cloud StrategyIt’s almost end of 2018 and it’s the best time of the year. We are excited about upcoming holidays and the time we can spend with family and friends – the holiday cheer – time to unwind and relax – and get ready for 2019. It’s also the time to start thinking about your organization’s 2019 strategy and your personal and professional goals. What is that one initiative, that would keep your organization ahead of others? What can you do to stay aligned with that initiative and grow with your organization? And we know from personal experience, customer experience plays a critical role today. It’s all about understanding your customer, making each and every customer the most important customer. And data is the secret sauce for those organizations. Harmonizing and integrating that siloed data quickly across on-premises and multi-cloud, enables organizations to leverage data as their competitive advantage.

Many organizations have a Cloud-first strategy today. Research shows that 96% of enterprises have adopted cloud today – this could be cloud applications, investment in public clouds such as AWS, Azure or Google Cloud or private clouds. You may be adopting cloud for various reasons – agility, flexibility, CAPEX vs. OPEX, time to market etc. Most importantly, there is data everywhere. No matter which cloud you adopt, you need to manage your data across these applications and multi-clouds.

If you are an architect, you are looking to standardize on an integration platform that will support your business transformation, that can grow with your business and enable more people to be self-service instead of teams running over each other..

If you are responsible for executing your cloud strategy, you are looking to reduce time to market, speed up integration that keeps up with your business and enable more people with self-service…

If you are a developer, you want to build high performing integrations quickly that support business requirements and you want to learn new skills quickly, leverage that skill across multiple integration scenarios without depending on others….

Informatica’s iPaaS (integration platform as a service)

Supports any integration pattern, any user, and any type of data across multi-cloud world. Informatica’s iPaaS addresses the following challenges and many more. And we have a very large community of developers who will help you to succeed.

Integrating data to analytic & reporting data warehouses

Data warehousing and analytics are most common use cases in the cloud world. The most common challenges are handling the variety of data sources and data streams that changes over time.

App-to-app integration & automation

Cloud applications tend to walk a fine line around accessing the internal data. Complex underlying data structures and the lack of standard interaction models pose challenges to integration.

API-based business process development

API-centric thinking is changing the fundamental way systems are integrated. The most common challenges are handling the complex data structures and converting the complex business logic into code.

Exchange data between B2B partners

Organizations are looking to find better ways to share data with their partners. The most common challenges are scaling the onboarding of new partners and handling mutating data structure and data quality from partners.

To learn more and get prepared for 2019, join us for the Informatica’s virtual launch event on December 4 – Register for North America, Europe and Asia-Pac

 

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