Google Cloud has expanded its existing partnership with the provider of enterprise cloud data management solutions Informatica. Among other things, Informatica will now offer two hybrid and multi-client solutions through the tech giant’s public cloud platform.
More concretely, the collaboration between the two parties that has now been continued means that the provider of large business cloud data management solutions now offers its Intelligent Cloud Services (IICS) and Master Data Management (MDM) via the Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
With this, the tech giant can now offer solutions for complex business processes such as modernising the data warehouse for smarter analyses and real-time insights, data management for marketing analyses and data governance.
Modernizing data warehouse environments
Among other things, the Informatica IICS solution now available enables end users to easily and securely move data from their hybrid and multi-client applications and systems to Google’s public cloud environment.
It also allows them to seamlessly and scalably analyze data with smart analytics solutions, including BigQuery, Cloud Dataproc, and apply cloud-based artificial intelligence functionality.
Furthermore, according to both parties, the use of IICS Data Quality and Governance Cloud makes it easier for end users to explore and manage data quality from a central location across various on-premise systems and Google Cloud data stores, such as Cloud Storage, BigQuery and Cloud Spanner.
GCP provides a secure, scalable and reliable infrastructure to build and manage business-critical data analysis solutions. In addition to analysis, end users of the Informatica solutions can also use the various Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning applications of the public cloud platform. These can be applied to their data for predictive analyses, so that applications and business processes become even more intelligent.
Both Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services (IICS) and Master Data Management (MDM) services via the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) will be available to customers this year via an early access program.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.