Informatica recently announced the release of new API and application integration services on its Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services (IICS) Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) product. IICS is based on a micro services architecture for support of customers’ future needs. It utilizes the company’s CLAIRE engine to provide AI metadata-driven recommendations for application integration.
The new API and application integration services allow users to implement processes, services and integrations using APIs, datasets and event processing without having to write code. Users can do this for both cloud and on-prem systems and applications. API lifecycle management capabilities are also included. Fine-grained debugging and a DevOps-centric deployment model provide the ability for users to build and deploy the services simply.
IICS is based on a micro services architecture for support of customers’ future business plans. It utilizes Informatica’s CLAIRE engine to provide AI metadata-driven recommendations for application integration. IICS features the same UI across targeted roles such as developers and citizen integrators. The tool offers more than 150 connectors, and users can take advantage of the Service Connector feature within to configure connectivity and join other that have integrated with other endpoints.
The company’s Big Data, Cloud and Data Integration head Ronen Schwartz said in a statement: “IT leaders understand that multi-cloud and hybrid deployments are today’s reality and businesses need agile and advanced integration to successfully drive their digital transformation. These services provide metadata driven, intelligent integration allowing our customers to outperform their competitors, consistently.”
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