Informatica’s Intelligent Data Platform To Offer ‘Virtual Data Highway’ for Structured, Unstructured, Machine Data
Informatica Corp. is working on an innovative Intelligent Data Platform, designed to spur the delivery of all types of data to apps, people and even devices. The first three next-gen solutions to use this smart “virtual data highway,” which can provide intelligence, visibility and management for data, are due to ship by the end of 2014 and in early 2015.IDN speaks with Informatica execs.
by Vance McCarthy
Informatica’s IDP creates what the company calls a “virtual data highway,” and will do much more than transport data across an enterprise. It will provide intelligence, visibility and management services that can work with many of today’s popular data types and formats – traditional RDBMS, web, social, big data (Hadoop, etc.), machine data or web logs.
IDP’s ability to let companies more easily leverage multiple data types across multiple platforms will unlock untapped value from big data, data security, hybrid IT (on-premises to cloud integration), predictive analytics, real-time operational insights and universal MDM, Ronen Schwartz, vice president and general manager of Informatica Cloud told IDN.
"This is the era of data. So there needs to be a new, more intelligent, data-focused way of doing things."
Informatica’s Intelligent Data Platform To Offer ‘Virtual Data Highway’
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