Informatica eases data management with Oracle, Google, and Azure integrations

Informatica eases data management with Oracle, Google, and Azure integrations | CIO

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New partnerships with Oracle, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud are highlighting Informatica’s strategy to dominate the market for data management products by offering integrations that cut down the time and complexity of data migration, management and engineering tasks.

The partnerships, announced this week at the annual Informatica World conference, boost the capabilities of the company’s Intelligent Data Management Cloud (IDMC) and are in sync with the company’s recent data management product releases and previous partnerships with cloud software and service providers including AWS, Databricks and Snowflake.

At the conference, Informatica launched two new industry-focused IDMCs for financial services and healthcare firms, as well as new data engineering and MLOps tools.

Informatica eyes data management dominance

Informatica has been slowly executing its plan to go beyond the ETL (extract, transform and load) tools it has been known for. Crucial to this strategy are moves to deepen its partnerships with major cloud service providers so that all Informatica customers, regardless of their cloud vendor, can take advantage of the range of its offerings for migrating, planning, analyzing, engineering and governing data.

The key focus seems to be to eliminate the need for multiple vendors or platforms for data management and analytics, at a time when siloed data and the complexity of managing modern applications are plaguing enterprises.

Among this week’s announcements, the company said that

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