Sorabh Agarwal, Principal Product Manager, Informatica
Nirav Savani, Vice President Application Development, Guy Carpenter
Tom Righele, Application Developer Analyst, Guy Carpenter
This webinar explores how Guy Carpenter automated its CI/CD pipeline to streamline its application delivery. You will learn:
Luc Clement, Senior Director Product Management, Cloud API and Application Integration
Learn how Cloud Application Integration delivers API-driven order processing capabilities to customers.
Also learn about Cloud Application Integration API and process monitoring capabilities offered through the Operational Insights service.
Rockwool International, also known as the ROCKWOOL Group, is a leader in stone wool solutions covering building, industrial, and technical insulation, customized solutions for industrial applications, wall and facade systems, acoustic ceilings, horticultural substrate solutions, engineered fiber solutions, and noise and vibration control. Its product portfolio is well placed to tackle many of today’s biggest sustainability and development challenges.
“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.”
The New York Foundling is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization serving more than 30,000 children, adults, and families each year in all five boroughs of New York City, surrounding counties, Puerto Rico and global Implementation Support Center for Evidence-Based programs.
“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.”
Valley Health System’s mission is to serve the communities of Northern New Jersey and southern New York with exceptional, world-class healthcare in a regional healthcare setting. It is committed to keeping communities healthy through comprehensive inpatient and outpatient programs; highly skilled home care services; community-based medical practices and wellness programs; and collaborations with some of the world’s leading healthcare organizations.
“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.”
Grant Thornton LLP is the U.S. member firm of Grant Thornton International, one of the world’s leading organizations of independent audit, tax, and advisory firms. Grant Thornton works with a broad range of publicly and privately held companies, government agencies, financial institutions, and civic and religious organizations.
“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.”
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.”
“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.”
Vivin Nath, Principal Product Manager, Informatica Cloud Product Management
Sorabh Agarwal, Principal Product Manager, Informatica Cloud Product Management
Within a year of Amazon's move to AWS, engineers were deploying code every 11.7 seconds, on average. The agile approach also reduced both the number and duration of outages, resulting in increased revenue. Many organizations have moved from clunky, legacy software and systems to an agile-based DevOps approach that has yielded significant increase in development productivity.
Agile, DevOps, and CI/CD are three distinct and critical tools for today’s development organization. When all three are used for their intended purposes, the results are transformational. But what do these tools mean in the context of application and data integration.
Join this webinar to learn about leveraging Informatica’s cloud data integration and application integration services to support your CI/CD pipeline. You will learn how to:
We, at Informatica, organize Tea Talks @ Informatica to educate various functions on different Product areas within Informatica. In such presentations, we elaborate upon a specific product area, Use cases around the product and how this product is being used by our customers.
In this presentation, you will learn Cloud Application Integration (after setting the context on broader Informatica Intelligent Cloud Service a.k.a. IICS), use cases for this service and how our customers are using it to solve their problems.
In this video, Daniel Hein from Informatica Sales Team demonstrates how you can use Cloud Application Integration to migrate 100s or 1000s of tables, with data, from one database to another. This would be achieved by dynamically generating the Data Integration mappings that would be executed in a Cloud Application Integration Process.
In this presentation, Bhimnath Mantha, a Cloud Product Specialist, demonstrated how to use Cloud Application Integration to integrate applications like WorkDay and ServiceNow for new employee hire.
Demonstration summary is available as a presentation and attached with the post.
In this presentation Bhimnath Mantha, a Cloud Product Specialist, demonstrate how to use Cloud Application Integration to process events from Dynamics 365 in Real Time.
Service connector that integrates with Dynamics 365 is available here
Demonstration summary is available as a presentation and attached with the post.
Connectivity is often a measure to Business Success. With proliferation of applications across verticals and use-cases, connectivity has become even more prominent. More so, the data resides in the application which mandates that it is no longer available for local processing. You usually have a read-only view of data but still need to work with it.
We also understand that it is virtually impossible to build native connectors for each system as they run into thousands. However, we live in the age of “standards” where each of these systems offer API interface.
Cloud Application Integration provides a “visual” way to create connections to any of such systems via REST API. We call them Service Connectors (but they are more like creating connectors on-the-fly). This is in addition to supporting native connectors like File, AMQP, JDBC.
At Informatica, we are always ready to help our customers to be more efficient, productive and provide support in whatever way we can. With this motive at our fore, we have kick-started an initiative where we would share:
Please note that these service connectors are protected under MIT license so they are free to be shared, downloaded and used.
We are hosting these samples on a GIT repository with the intent to promote collaboration. While Informatica is dutibound to push more and more Service Connectors on this repository, we expect Cloud Application Integration community users to help us support in our initiative by pushing them on GIT directly.
You can do so following below steps:
If you see issues posting directly on GIT, you can also share the connector sample as an email to my email ID <firstname.lastname@example.org>. I would be more than happy to post it on your behalf
Also understand that any service connector uploaded to this Git repository can be used by anyone else since it will also be covered under MIT license.
Here is what you can start using right away.
In this video, we describe how a call center user can automate common tasks such as the creation of follow-up tasks.