Sorabh Agarwal, Principal Product Manager, Informatica
Anu Chandrasekharan, Principal Technical Writer, Informatica
This presentation will cover the features and functionalities that have been or will be released as part of Cloud Application Integration releases in 1H 2020. It will also showcase some of these features through a demo that would simulate a real-life use-case.
This session will cover:
Introduction to new capabilities released in Cloud Application Integration 1H 2020 releases
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“By making it possible for us to deploy a modern B2B e-commerce platform, Informatica is giving us more digital sales, helping to increase overall sales by 23 percent.”
– Ery Sembiring, Manager of Digital Integration, Rockwool Group
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“The capabilities Informatica brings to our organization are unprecedented. Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services are unlocking the future when it comes to enhancing the lives of those we serve.”
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“Before Informatica it took us about four weeks and our entire integration team to be able to code the simplest of API calls. Now, if I was to try to build a very similar interface using Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services to do that same thing, it would take me less than a day.”
– Tom Righele, Application Developer, Valley Health System
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“Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services makes our lives easier by helping us concentrate on the important aspects of our business and leaving the integration to somebody else.”
– Ray Bernier, Senior Director of Enterprise Architecture, Grant Thornton
Community Technology Alliance was founded in 1991 to design and construct the technical infrastructure necessary to support the work to end homelessness in Santa Clara County.
CTA has since evolved into a nonprofit focusing on ways for databases and other tools to communicate and exchange data, and on ways to integrate and centrally store data for reporting and data visualization purposes.
“We use Informatica tools to be able to take all of these disparate data sets and load it into our data warehouse, or our data lake, because not every system is going to have the tools, or the APIs, or even an export that's going to make that easy. And Informatica helps us make that happen.”
– Javier Celedon, Operations Director, Community Technology Alliance
The University of North Carolina located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina is the United States’ oldest public university. Its mission is to serve as a center for research, scholarship, and creativity and to teach a diverse community of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students to become the next generation of leaders.
“Informatica is helping students across all UNC System schools with the real-time information and flexibility they need to take courses required for graduation via online courses offered within the UNC System. This helps students fulfill graduation requirements even when the courses they need are not offered at their home institution.”
– Fran Dykstra, Associate Vice Chancellor for Enterprise Applications and Reporting, University. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill