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Data Integration - What's Changed?

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Informatica is in the (pale) pink – or maybe orange!

Informatica has announced the availability of Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services (IICS), which is an integration platform as a service. One aspect of this is that provides cloud portability.
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Syncsort acquires Trillium

Syncsort has acquired Trillium Software: I admit to not expecting this
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Not what I would call data preparation

Another one of my occasional digs at misleading marketing material, this time from CloverETL
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Informatica and the buyout - Informatica is going private - what does that mean?

Like stock markets users do not like uncertainty and until certitude is returned these are dangerous waters for Informatica
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Informatica conference update

Informatica World announcements
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BackOffice Associates reinvents itself

BackOffice is moving towards a much more tool agnostic (not just SAP) approach and across the spectrum of data integration/governance functions.
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Informatica: beyond integration

Informatica is building support for big data query preparation and self-service.
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Dell Boomi and the Knowledge Base

Dell Boomi has released the latest iteration of its data integration product.
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Comparative costs and uses for data integration platforms - research and survey results 2014

There is a surprising lack of primary research to support any kind of claim with regards to the cost of, or cost-effectiveness of, data integration solutions.
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Thinking holistically about query environments

This paper is about how business intelligence complements analytic processes and applications - and how both of these are complemented by data governance.
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Informatica World

New announcements from Informatica
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expressor 3.5 to 4.0

Talk to any vendor in the data integration market and they will tell you that their biggest competitor is hand coding. Why? The simple answer is...
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The data replication market

The data replication market is hotting up, especially for support real-time query processing.
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IBM InfoSphere Data Replication & Federation

IBM’s data integration products provide three methods for delivering data: ETL (extract, transform and load), which provides bulk (batch) data loading functionality; data federation, which supports virtual data delivery; and data replication, which allows incremental updates. The use of ETL…
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Talend Data Management Platform

Talend is established as the leading open source provider for data integration and the introduction of a unified data management solution represents a major step forward for the company.
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DataFlux Data Management Platform

DataFlux's Unity project is about to come to fruition
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The Informatica Event

Comments from Informatica's recent analyst conference
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Informatica 9: (r)evolutionary?

Informatica 9, the company's major new release, has some interesting and significant new capabilities
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Cadis EDM

Cadis provides enterprise data management (EDM) for the buy side of capital markets
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SnapLogic

SnapLogic's SnapStore is an interesting idea for everything from connectors to complete dataflows
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