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Informatica Cloud Spring 2012

  1. 1. Informatica Cloud Spring 2012 Integration Platform as a Service Learn More
  2. 2. Today’s Agenda• Informatica Cloud Update• Spring 2012 Demonstrations: • Cloud Administration and Governance • Integration Platform as a Service• Discussion and Next Steps 2
  3. 3. Evolution of Informatica Cloud Q2 2012 Cloud Integration Platform – Developer Edition Q1 2012 Contact Validation, Connectivity Framework Q3 2011 Mobile Admin, Dynamic Data Masking Q2 2011 Enterprise Governance, Hybrid MDM Q4 2010 D&B360 partnership, Enterprise, Express Q3 2010 Connectivity Q2 2010 B2B and DQ Transformations, Marketplace Q1 2010 Data Archive Cloud Store Option Cloud Services Q4 2009 Informatica Cloud 9 Q3 2009 PowerCenter and DQ Cloud Editions on Amazon Cloud Platform Q1 2009 Informatica Cloud Data Sync Service Q3 2008 Informatica Cloud Data Loader Q1 2008 Informatica Cloud Data Quality Assessment Q2 2007 Informatica Cloud Data Replication Service Q1 2006 PowerExchange for WS & Salesforce.comw w . In f o r m a t ic a C lo u d . c o m 3
  4. 4. Purpose-Built Cloud Integration Services NewLoad Data Sync Data Assess Validate Replicate Data Custom Data Quality Addresses 4
  5. 5. Initial Adoption: Often “Outside In” LOB / Cloud Admins Application Owners 5
  6. 6. Highly Scalable & Multitenant 99.96% Uptime 6
  7. 7. Increased Enterprise AdoptionFrom “Outside In” to “Inside Out”Load Data Sync Data Assess Validate Replicate Data Custom Data Quality Addresses“IT organizations are looking for ways to improve cloud governance andcontrol while ensuring business continuity and continued innovation. An important part of this is finding vendors and solutions they can trust, such as Informatica.” Robert Mahowald, Research Vice President of SaaS and Cloud Services, IDC 7
  8. 8. Unified Platform: Enabling Hybrid IT• Drivers: • “Cloud First” • New features + MDM• Benefits: • Extend Informatica The Informatica Team Platform to the cloud • Deploy cloud integration to departments and Informatica ICCs divisions while retaining IT control • Next generation ICC 8
  9. 9. Cloud Governance and Control Self-Service Control Fine Grained Access Controls PowerCenter Interoperability Delegated Administration 9
  10. 10. Next Generation ICC… COEInformatica Agent 10
  11. 11. Spring 2012: Enterprise Enhancements Development Production 1 Object Migration from Development to Production as well as different instances of Informatica Cloud 2 SuSE Enterprise Linux Support for Secure Agent expands on our existing Linux support for Red Hat 3 Support for latest Salesforce API – version 24 11
  12. 12. Today’s Agenda• Informatica Cloud Overview• Demonstrations: • Cloud Administration and Governance • Cloud Integration Platform• Discussion and Next Steps 12
  13. 13. Integration Platform as a Service “Integration platform as a service (iPaaS) canprovide a foundation for hybrid cloud computing, engaging old and new applications and data, on-premises and in the cloud. iPaaS is a key component of any comprehensive cloud application infrastructure offering and an essential requirement for future leadership in PaaS markets by any vendor.” Yefim Natis VP and Gartner Distinguished Analyst, Gartner 13
  14. 14. Evolving to Integration PaaSC lo u d C o n n e c t o r C lo u d In t e g r a t io nT o o lk it T e m p la t e s 14
  15. 15. New: Cloud Connector Toolkit Rapidly build connectors1 through enterprise-class Java cloud connectivity API Quickly package and deploy Easily browse metadata & connector to Informatica Cloud or2 establish full native 3 publish to Informatica Marketplace connectivity to all objects for consumption 15
  16. 16. New: Cloud Connector Toolkit Administrators can register and enable specific Cloud Connectors4 Once deployed to Informatica Cloud, can be5 selected as a source or target just like other native Connectors 16
  17. 17. Rapid to Develop, Easy to Consume“Web Services” View of a Connector Native Cloud Connector Built with Toolkit Vs. • Toolkit expects Web Services • Login, authentication, query, write • Simplifies steps to build and publish a connector 17
  18. 18. New Marketplace Cloud Connectors 18
  19. 19. “Informatica Inside”Focusing on easily embedding cloud integration Cloud ISV ISV’s customers and partners 19
  20. 20. Cloud Integration Templates Easily select from1 numerous prebuilt integration processes Build your own integration2 process from scratch on top of your desired connectors Customize and configure3 existing prebuilt integration process Execute and run within your4 app via RESTful API 20
  21. 21. Xactly Feedback “Xactly is already working with the new Cloud Integration Templates to help power pre-built connectivity for Xactly Express to any onlinesolution. Having robust data integration capabilities embedded in our platform is essential for our customers to easily connect to the cloud. With Informatica Cloud as part of Express, we provide fast time to value.” Scott Broomfield, Xactly Express GM 21
  22. 22. Today’s Agenda• Informatica Cloud Overview• Demonstrations: • Cloud Administration and Governance • Cloud Integration Platform• Discussion and Next Steps 22
  23. 23. Informatica Cloud Spring 2012 Cloud Connector Toolkit Cloud Integration Templates Systems Integrators ISV Partners App Developers App Developers Enterprise Enhancements Customers of All Sizes All customers Upgraded: April 21stDeveloper Edition Now in Pre-Release w w w . I n f o r m a t ic a C lo u d . c 23
  24. 24. Early Adopter Feedback “Development of new connectivity options and solution packaging capabilities is an important factor in our success.” “The latest release streamlines our whole process,making it simple to on-board new customers and upgrade existing ones.” “The new Informatica Cloud Developer Edition will enable Astadia to effectively respond to an even broader set of clients enterprise-class business needs with the flexibility and agility of the Cloud.” 24
  25. 25. Informatica Cloud: Vision and Execution• Experience and Momentum • 6 year history of cloud integration • 1,500 companies, +200K jobs/day, +1B records/day• Core Technology • Market-leading data integration and data quality technology on any combination of on-premise and cloud• Evolution from Cloud Services to a Cloud Integration Platform 25
  26. 26. Next Steps• Try it out for yourself! Twitter: @infacloud• Register for Developer Edition Early Access 26