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Informatica is pleased to announce the availability of PowerCenter Pay As You Go (PAYG) on AWS Marketplace. Now you can quickly launch Informatica PowerCenter on AWS with just few clicks. Within couple of hours you can start developing your data integration project. You can also manage the upfront infrastructure cost as per the business needs.... more
In our 2005 book, “Integration Competency Center,”  David Lyle and I wrote about what is now a hot topic: an integration strategy that features a centralized integration team along with self-service and citizen integrator capabilities. Other analysts have also been writing about it recently – Gartner refers to the approach as Bimodal IT –... more
Informatica is pleased to announce the availability of single-click deployment of PowerCenter (BYOL) on AWS Marketplace. Now you can launch and deploy Informatica PowerCenter on AWS with a push of a button. You can continue to install PowerCenter manually on AWS but we have simplified the experience for you by automatically provisioning a domain with... more
I am pleased to announce that Forrester Research published their wave on Hybrid Integration For Enterprises on November 18, 2016 and in it Informatica is designated as a leader. Thank you to our customers for the great feedback you provided to Forrester analysts about our Hybrid Integration platform. I am thrilled to share a free... more
Usain Bolt is often spoken of as the fastest runner ever measured. In 2008, Bolt set an Olympic record in the 100 meters, finishing in 9.69 seconds. But Bolt didn’t stop there, nor rest on his accomplishments. Four years later, at the 2012 Olympics, he bested his own record, completing the event in 9.63 seconds.... more
With practically every on-premise application having a counterpart in the SaaS world, enterprise IT departments have truly made the leap to a new way of computing that is transforming their organizations. The last mile of cloud transformation lies in the field of integration, and it is for this purpose that Informatica had a dedicated Cloud... more