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Informatica releases its next-generation iPaaS in APAC

09 Nov 18

Informatica announced the availability of its next-generation integration platform as a service (iPaaS) solution, Informatica Intelligent Cloud ServicesSM, on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud in Asia Pacific (Sydney) Region, to support its continued growth.

Enterprises in Asia Pacific can now leverage Informatica’s iPaaS, which delivers a secure microservices-based solution for all data integration patterns and hybrid data management across software as a service and on-premises environments, and scales at the speed of business to power their data-driven digital transformations.

Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services offers a unified and modern user experience across iPaaS integration patterns, supported by its modular, microservices architecture that is customizable and easy to navigate.

The iPaaS leverages the Informatica CLAIRETM engine to provide metadata-driven AI recommendations to automate and accelerate integration and data management work.

Demand for Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services is strong globally. In Asia Pacific, National Australia Bank (NAB) is using Informatica’s iPaaS to easily and securely ingest data and automate data lineage as part of its AWS-backed elastic data lake called NAB Data Hub; this enables the NAB Discovery Cloud (also on AWS) which it has developed as the foundation for its machine learning and analytics ecosystems.

Overview:

• Releasing Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services (IICS), the industry’s next-generation iPaaS solution built on an advanced microservices architecture on AWS Sydney Region for customers in Asia Pacific.

• Extending the secure iPaaS solution to customers in Asia Pacific, to enable in-region handling of sensitive workloads and data.

• Offering the broadest set of integration services, including cloud data integration, cloud application and API integration, cloud business to business, mass ingestion to data lakes, IoT data parsing and more.

"We are excited to see Informatica’s market-leading iPaaS running on AWS Cloud,” said Nawal Hamarass, Director of Channels, APAC, AWS.

“Informatica is offering tight integration to AWS analytics and big data services, including Amazon Redshift, Amazon Elastic Map Reduce, and Amazon Athena hosted relational database service, all of which will help Informatica customers accelerate their journey to the cloud."

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