A New Shift in Cloud Solutions Available in AWS

by August 24, 2016 0 comments

Informatica, announces five new Informatica Cloud offerings that are accessible by annual subscription, available in Amazon Web Services Marketplace (AWS Marketplace)

Informatica developed these offerings to help organizations of all sizes quickly and cost-effectively jumpstart data management projects on AWS, enabling them to benefit from rapid innovation, agility and cloud economies. Customers can now take advantage of this technology for connecting and integrating data at scale, as well as the cost-effective, scalable and secure AWS Cloud, all within a pay-as-you-go model with no need for upfront commitments or capacity planning.

The 15 day free trial provide a quick on-ramp for deploying and managing enterprise-class data management solutions spanning across AWS, SaaS (Software as a Service) applications and on-premises systems. Informatica solutions for AWS address customer needs ranging from SaaS application integration, to optimization of data warehouses, to big data analytics all the way through ensuring reliable data about customers, products, suppliers, and locations.

These cloud offerings are pre-built packages for quick time-to-value for customers looking to fast-track cloud data management initiatives. For example, customers can quickly kick start a new Amazon Redshift data warehouse project and use Informatica Cloud Connector for Amazon Redshift to load it with meaningful connected data from cloud sources such as Salesforce.com or on-premises sources such as relational databases — all within hours, not months.

The solutions also help customers rapidly innovate with additional key data services such as Amazon Simple Storage Services (Amazon S3), Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS), Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon Aurora. It can aid customers quickly harness these as data sources for Amazon Redshift or manage them as part of other important hybrid environment, such as data migration from on-premises databases to Amazon Aurora or Amazon RDS, loading Internet of Things (IoT) data to Amazon S3 for staging or storage and loading of unstructured data, such as log files, to Amazon DynamoDB.




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