Our Weekly Data Integration News Digest: November 10 – 14, 2014

Data Integration Weekly News Recap Solutions ReviewThe data integration space is moving at real time and the latest news in DI can be distributed across many news sites just as data can be distributed across many sources. As in data, the news and information can fall through the cracks and because of this; we at Solutions Review make it a point to highlight the most important information that could impact the end-user and solutions buyer. Below is a recap of this week’s most important news for the Data integration industry from last week. +Check out this Free 2014 Data Integration Tools and Software Buyers Guide

1) Xactly Chooses SnapLogic Elastic Integration Cloud for Big Data Integration- Virtual-Strategy

SnapLogic, Inc., the Elastic Integration company, today announced that Xactly, a leading provider of cloud-based incentive management solutions, has chosen SnapLogic as their IT organization’s enterprise integration platform as a service (iPaaS) to automate integrations between salesforce.com, Workday, NetSuite and Domo among other business applications and corporate data sources and systems…

2) Salesforce Launches Salesforce1 Lightning Connect, The Fastest, Easiest Way to Integrate Any Data Source with Salesforce – Marketwatch

Salesforce [NYSE: CRM], the Customer Success Platform and world’s #1 CRM company, today launched Salesforce1 Lightning Connect, the fastest, easiest way to integrate any data source with Salesforce. Lightning Connect is a new breed of real-time integration that unleashes the full power of the Salesforce1 Platform on data stored in legacy back-office systems…

3) Data Integration for the Mobile Age – Data Center Knowledge

The age of mobile and its cousin, the Internet of Things, have multiplied data beyond all expectation. Trying to integrate all of this data has become significantly more difficult, particularly when you consider the fact that data centers are now often distributed around the world…

4) Big Data Requires Integration Technology – SmartDataCollective

“I’ve already explained how big data can be ineffective without integration, and we conducted more in-depth research into the market, resulting in our benchmark research on big data integration, which reveals the state of how organizations are adopting this technology in their processes…”

5) Informatica lands on AWS in cloud, on prem data consolidation push – Business Cloud News

Data integration heavyweight Informatica announced it has gone “all in” on AWS, using Amazon’s cloud as its underlying infrastructure and linking its data integration and analytics software with a number of AWS services. Informatica, which already boasts some integration with Amazon EC2 among other services, said it would standardise its cloud-based data integration and data management service, Informatica Cloud, on AWS…

 

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