Informatica Corporation (Nasdaq:INFA), a leading provider of data integration software, will debut Informatica Power Center Big Data Edition and Data Quality Big Data Edition running on the newly announced Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) 2.1 at Hadoop Summit 2014, June 3-5, San Jose, CA. Informatica (Booth #P1) is a Platinum Sponsor of Hadoop Summit.
Informatica will also showcase Informatica Vibe Data Stream for Machine Data, demonstrating how organizations can radically simplify and reduce the costs of streaming data collection from the Internet of Things into Hadoop environments.
Informatica 9.6 with Hortonworks 2.1 delivers a modern data architecture with a comprehensive set of enterprise Hadoop-based capabilities spanning data management, data access, data integration, data governance, security and operations. PowerCenter Big Data Edition and Data Quality Big Data Edition wraps HDP 2.1 in the industry’s most extensive and powerful set of enterprise data integration and data quality capabilities for accessing, profiling, parsing, integrating, cleansing, and matching many types of data natively in Hadoop at virtually any scale.
A demonstration by Informatica and Hortonworks of PowerCenter Big Data Edition on HDP 2.1 will showcase how organizations can lower big data management costs and accelerate innovation by:
- Increasing development productivity by up to a factor of 5.
- Quickly staffing big data projects by leveraging any PowerCenter developer (more than 100,000 worldwide) as a Hadoop developer without the need for special Hadoop training.
- Future-proofing their big data ecosystems with the ability to run existing data integration jobs on current or future big data platforms – without recoding.
As Hadoop continues its drive into the mainstream with platforms such as HDP 2.1, companies are looking for enterprise-class data management solutions to unleash big data potential without undue cost and risk,” said John Haddad, senior director, big data product marketing, Informatica. “Informatica provides the safe on-ramp to leveraging big data, enabling organizations to lower the costs, minimize the risk, and innovate faster with a proven approach to data integration and quality on Hadoop.”
Hadoop Summit 2014, DevCafe, Pavilion Area and at Booth #P1, San Jose Convention Center, 150 West Carlos Street, San Jose, CA.
Additional Informatica Activities at Hadoop Summit 2014:
Speaking Session – “Dealing With Changed Data on Hadoop – an Old Data Warehouse Problem in a New World”; Kunal Jain, Big Data Solutions Architect, Informatica. Thursday, June 5, 11 a.m. – 11:40 a.m., Room 230A.
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