Integration Platform as a Service Announced

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Last week Informatica Cloud Summer 2012 was announced. The company’s award-winning multi-tenant integration service now processes more than 1 billion cloud integration transactions per day and this release introduces a Cloud Connector Toolkit and Cloud Integration Templates that will be be available in a new Developer Edition.

Gartner analyst Yefim Natis has this to say about the growing significance of integration platform as a service (iPaaS):

“Gartner expects iPaaS adoption to grow significantly during the next five years. Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) can provide a foundation for hybrid cloud computing, engaging old and new applications and data, on-premises and in the cloud. iPaaS is a key component of any comprehensive cloud application infrastructure offering and an essential requirement for future leadership in PaaS markets by any vendor.”

You can read more about the Informatica Cloud integration platform as a service (iPaaS) components on the Perspectives blog and read some of the coverage here. I’ve also embedded the webinar we delivered on the release below:

 

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3 Responses to “Integration Platform as a Service Announced”


  1. 1 james Cloud 2012/08/14 at 2:16 am

    An iPaaS is a cloud integration platform, which provides the connectivity to SaaS and cloud services and giving a secure method of accessing applications. iPaaS can solve the problem of cloud storage by providing businesses a way to integrate cloud-based services with each other. In other words we can say that iPaaS is a storage towar for Big Data.


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