Informatica World 2016, being held in Moscone West, San Francisco on May 23 -26, is the launching pad for Informatica’s “Next-Gen Data Architecture.” The conference theme is “Data Powers Business”, a response to the evolving data-centric landscape in which data intelligence and customer experience are driving business and technology decisions. At IW 2016, Informatica will unveil new products and product enhancements in support of enterprises transitioning from an app-centric to a data-centric world. The Business audience will be pleased to know that the Conference will host sessions tailored to their needs.
Informatica envisions a next generation architecture that fully embodies the digital transformation fueling enhanced customer experience, connected enterprises and new business models. This architecture will be characterized by:
At IW 2016, Informatica will announce its progress on delivering Next-Gen Data Architecture.
Central to this architecture is the Informatica Intelligent Data Platform comprising the following components:
Outlined below are some of the new, key capabilities associated with Informatica Intelligent Data Platform.
Please refer to What Differentiates Informatica’s Intelligent Data Lake Platform
Single catalog (enabled by IT) for enterprise data that facilitates search, discovery and enrichment of data assets by Business. EIC is powered by Live Data Map (LDM), the platform metadata service which uses Titan graph database technology to store knowledge about the data such as lineage and relationships.
Capability to process and analyze continuous event steams such as machine-generated data.
Key Cloud capabilities that support hybrid use cases accompanied with publish/subscribe data integration hubs:
Since going private in August 2015, Informatica has not missed a step. The company has continued to execute on the path to realizing its vision for a Next-Gen Data Architecture, adding breadth and depth of capabilities as its growth accelerates.Category: Data Catalog Data Integration Data Lake Data Management Hybrid Knowledge Graph Self-service Analytics