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Informatica Announces iPaaS for Microsoft Azure

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Informatica Announces iPaaS for Microsoft Azure

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Informatica®, the enterprise cloud data management leader, today announced an expanded presence on Microsoft Azure including a preview of Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services (IICS) natively running on Azure and the ability to launch IICS with a single-click, directly from the Microsoft Azure portal.

Additionally, Informatica is launching a new intelligent cloud service, Data Accelerator for Azure, which will redefine how enterprises modernize legacy data warehouse workloads to the cloud.

Informatica is now making its Enterprise Data Catalog available on Azure. The AI-driven service, powered by the CLAIRE™ engine, allows customers to discover the right data set across the enterprise and seamlessly move to Azure SQL DW providing all the business advantages that cloud offers in terms of cost, agility and time to market.

IICS will feature services including data integration and data synchronization that help to accelerate customers’ cloud journeys to create next-generation data infrastructure.

Azure users can preview this streamlined data migration experience right now. General availability of IICS on Azure is scheduled for second-half of 2018. Learn more here.

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“Data is the currency of the enterprise, giving businesses the intelligence to make better decisions faster,” said Scott Guthrie, executive vice president, Cloud + AI at Microsoft. “As the cloud provider that more than 90 percent of the Fortune 500 trust, Microsoft’s collaboration with Informatica will give enterprises an end-to-end data experience using an AI-driven data platform on Microsoft Azure.”
“In today’s world of Data 3.0, customers demand simple, flexible solutions to easily move and manage data to the cloud,” said Anil Chakravarthy, CEO, Informatica. “Our long-standing partnership with Microsoft has allowed us to provide our customers with seamless integration tools that allow them to effectively manage their data workloads and ultimately power their digital transformations. As the number one enterprise iPaaS provider, we uniquely support our hybrid customers by delivering a unified and integrated experience across the board.”

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