Topic "Cloud Integration"
Everyday at Informatica, we hear from customers about their data challenges as they strive to make progress in their journeys to the cloud. The more astute among them tell us that they want to avoid the mistakes of the past and try to build their new hybrid data infrastructure with a modern architecture and approach... more
You can take a journey to cloud without crash landing. I’ve worked at several leading companies over the last 7 years who were on a journey to cloud – either with a cloud first approach or a hybrid cloud approach (traditional on-premise with emerging cloud investments). And I’ve spent a good part of that time... more
We just came back from Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent 2016, where Informatica was a proud sponsor. It was a mega conference with over thirty thousand enthusiastic participants. Hats off to AWS for putting together a phenomenal and fun event. One of the most exciting and educational industry conferences I’ve had the opportunity to take... more
B2B Integration Trigger Warning?
There are several reasons why a B2B integration update may soon be triggered in your company-- Your business may be struggling to find more ways to meet the needs of increasingly demanding business executives, customers, and trading partners. You may be looking to find more efficiency wherever possible. You could be quickly facing requests from the business for changes to your B2B processes which are mandated by a slew of new 2017 regulations. Or perhaps you need to increase the reliability of your business-to-business interactions by maintaining up-to-date, synchronized data between different systems which creates better and more agile business decisions based on the most current data - a common them among many clients.
As large organizations around the world embrace cloud applications and platforms, they find that data transfer and API request costs can become a significant expense. As the number of point-to-point integrations between SaaS apps, such as Salesforce.com, Adobe and Workday, cloud services, such as AWS, Azure and Google Cloud, and on-premises systems proliferate, the data... more
With data democratization, businesses are adopting to self-service analytics at an unprecedented rate. However, it is critical for business and IT to collaborate and ensure the integrity, quality, and completeness of the underlying data. At TC16 this year, join Nissan to hear how they transformed their analytics adoption, driving self-service analytics. Or dive deeper with... more
The last release of Informatica Cloud was biggest in a while, with expanded cloud portfolio — yet we found room for more innovations and enhancements with Informatica Cloud Fall 2016. With Informatica Cloud Fall 2016, Informatica is redefining cloud data integrations and data management with more flexible and scalable services, breakthrough productivity, increased performance and... more
Smooth relationships between an organization and its Trading and Supply Chain Partners are critical to any organization’s success and ability to do business. These days, however, the relationship between an organization and its partners seems to be getting more complicated—especially when it comes to B2B integration. Informatica has long championed diverse B2B standards and is putting its R&D money into developing B2B cloud solutions. Informatica B2B Cloud Gateway will also be included as an integral part of the next Informatica Cloud Release, R26 that enables Informatica Cloud Services customers to easily extend B2B integration to external business partners.
With Dreamforce in full effect in San Francisco, innovative ways to integrate Salesforce and other SaaS apps with other critical business systems is a hot topic. To tame the data integration sprawl and rising costs that come as the number of connections from Salesforce and other SaaS apps to on-premises and other cloud systems proliferate,... more
Dreamforce 2016 is under way! For many attendees, this is the primary Cloud and Tech conference where they get to see all the latest innovations from Salesforce and their partner ecosystem. Informatica has been working with Salesforce for more than 10 years, starting with 2006 when Marc Benioff was the keynote speaker at Informatica World.... more