Topic "Cloud Integration"

Informatica and Snowflake: Build your Next-Gen Rapid Data Warehousing on the Cloud

The cloud is proving to be immensely popular as it provides self-service, elastic, managed, on-demand infrastructure, platform and solutions to the organization. Organizations can put just about any process, application or system in the cloud, the data warehouse being one of them. Snowflake is one such data warehouse purpose built for the cloud. According to... more

Quickly Boost Efficiency and Lower Costs with the New Cloud Integration Hub Salesforce Accelerator

Increasing cloud integration is slowing down your data-driven digital transformations. Replacing redundant and expensive point-to-point data synchronizations with Salesforce with a more organized and agile approach to cloud integration can accelerate your progress. Many organizations find that taking the traditional project-based, point-to-point approach to integration of the multiple clouds and on-premises systems is too slow... more

National Instruments Case Study: Revolutionize Analytics with Cloud Data Lake

National Instruments (NI) is a global company producing software and hardware empowering scientists and engineers to measure and automate the world around them. NI has more than 35,000 customers worldwide, $1 billion in revenue and serves industries such as Electronics, Aerospace, Defense, Energy, Automotive, Wireless, Heavy Equipment, Industrial Machinery, Academic and Research, Semiconductor and RF/Mobile.... more

Data Warehouse Modernization – Three Way, with Amazon Redshift

  If you are considering Amazon Redshift for your new data warehousing project, you are definitely not alone! Many of our customers are going through a data-driven digital transformation and have already implemented modern data warehouse projects with Amazon Redshift. Yet many more are requesting our help to do so now. Major drivers for this... more

Carbonite: A Case Study on Cloud-First Approach to Data and Application Integration

Did you know that the concept of “Cloud-First” began in the U.S. federal government? Cloud-First was a mandate issued to all federal agencies by the chief information officer of the United States in December 2010. By 2012, a subsequent report to Congress showed that more than half of all federal agencies had adopted cloud computing for... more

Designing Your Cloud Roadmap: Reference Architectures and Architectural Planning

My last post took a closer look at the IT roadmap. For a cloud migration, a transformation around data analytics, or any long-term IT revolution, you create a roadmap to guide you from your present state to the desired future vision. But that begs a question: How do you know what that future vision should... more

How HBX, Harvard Business School’s Digital Education Initiative, became data-centric with Amazon Redshift

How can you benefit from the excellent education offered by Harvard Business School without actually getting accepted to their renowned full-time MBA program or moving to Boston? This is the question Harvard Business School was attempting to answer when they formed HBX, the digital education initiative from Harvard Business School. With the unique HBX program,... more

Extending PowerCenter to Cloud with Amazon Redshift

Are you a PowerCenter user interested in an Amazon Redshift data warehouse?  Or perhaps you have already started working on a new POC (Proof of Concept) for Amazon Redshift?  If so, you are not alone! And we’d like to help you out! Many of Informatica’s PowerCenter customers are exploring ways to leverage their long-standing investment... more

SaaS Sprawl: Is History Repeating Itself?

Remember the late 1990s and early 2000s? Back then, CIOs and business leaders were making their mark by implementing ERP software. This software automated key business functions like finance, HR and the first wave of cheap, easy-to-deploy niche applications which specialized in specific business processes not adequately covered by ERP. Companies spent a ton on... more