Informatica recently announced that customers can now license, deploy and upgrade Informatica Cloud Data Integration solutions atop the Amazon Web Services Marketplace via a self-service model. For many customers, this functionality will streamline access to data and management tools that can limit upfront costs and remove deployment barriers.
Informatica is among the first AWS Partner Network Technology Partners to support the new SaaS Contracts API on AWS Marketplace. New licensing options will allow customers to expand their existing relationship with the Data Management mega-vendor and deploy their tools on AWS in several ways, including data processing capacity, number of connectors and vertical scaling of processing power.
The platform offers native connectivity to key AWS data services, including Amazon Redshift, Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS), Amazon Aurora, Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon EMR, and offers hundreds of pre-built connectors to cloud and on-premise data. Products including Informatica PowerCenter, Informatica Cloud, and Informatica Big Data Management are certified for AWS and available on AWS Marketplace for easy consumption and deployment.
In a statement, the company’s Senior Vice President and General Manager Ronen Schwartz added: “Informatica teamed up with AWS to provide customers with an easy, flexible and fast path to leveraging connected trustworthy data on AWS. We have now opened the door for customers to bring to bear the full power of Informatica data management on their AWS deployments, thus demonstrating our solid commitment to the AWS ecosystem, while enabling our customers’ highly individual AWS journeys.”
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