Tag "Database Archiving"

Informatica is a Leader in the Gartner 2015 Magic Quadrant for Data Archiving and Application Retirement

The results are in for the 2015 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Structured Data Archiving and Application Retirement. And… (drum roll please)… Once again, Gartner has recognized Informatica as a Leader in the data archiving market. There are more specifics below but the summary is that Gartner recognized the Informatica Data Archive product, support and services... more

Building an Impactful Data Governance – One Step at a Time

Let’s face it, building a Data Governance program is no overnight task.  As one CDO puts it:  ”data governance is a marathon, not a sprint”.  Why? Because data governance is a complex business function that encompasses technology, people and process, all of which have to work together effectively to ensure the success of the initiative.... more

Informatica Named a Leader in Gartner MQ for Data Archiving

For the first time, Gartner has released a Magic Quadrant for Structured Data Archiving and Application Retirement . This MQ describes an approach for how customers can proactively manage data growth. We are happy to report that Gartner has positioned Informatica as a leader in the space. This is based on our ‘completeness of vision’ and... more

Non-Clonetroversial Oracle Data Cloning

When the average person hears of cloning, my bet is that they think of the controversy and ethical issues surrounding cloning, such as the cloning of Dolly the sheep, or the possible cloning of humans by a mad geneticist in a rogue nation state. I would also put money down that when an Informatica blog... more

Data Governance Policies Shape Organizational Behaviors

Continuing the tour of our Data Governance Framework, it’s time to discuss the corporate policies that must be documented to form the foundation of your data governance efforts. When defined, approved, evangelized and enforced appropriately, these policies have the power to accomplish a feat that grassroots data governance efforts fail at repeatedly: Evolving your corporate... more