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Building Integration Into Your Cloud Apps and Platforms

Last week I hosted an Informatica Cloud webinar that featured speakers from and Xactly that focused on building next generation cloud applications and platforms. I’m trying really hard not to use the term “SMAC Stack,”  but it is truly all about ensuring your solutions are built for Social, Mobile, Analytics, Cloud…not to mention Big Data. I’ll post the recording later this week – there was a good discussion about the importance of multitenancy, which as the comments from this post indicate continues to be a hot topic of debate. Are you considering the building blocks of Social Enterprise apps? Are you building interoperability and integration into your strategy from the outset?

Video: Unlock your SAP Back Office with

This demonstration  is a great example of the power of cloud integration.


SAP, meet #socialenterprise

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Last week launched a new campaign targeted at SAP customers: “Unlock your back office and become a social enterprise.” The message is clear – build a layer of agility around your legacy ERP system and immediately increase the business value of your existing investment.

SAP, meet…

How is this possible, you ask?

“By unlocking and extending the data trapped in your SAP ERP deployment with mobile and social apps built on”

The campaign clearly highlights the benefits of establishing the right cloud integration strategy early. It also highlights specific cloud application integration and data management partners, which is nice to see.

Here’s a presentation outlining some of the considerations, best practices as well as an Informatica Cloud demonstration of SAP and Salesforce integration. I’ll also be hosting a webinar this week that will focus on Oracle EBS integration with Clearly cloud integration is in the spotlight.

Dreamforce Video on Hybrid IT: The Importance of Integration to Salesforce Success

Here’s the video on the YouTube Channel: Hybrid IT – The Importance of Integration to Salesforce CRM and success. You can also view the slides on Slideshare as well as review some of the cloud integration highlights from the conference here.

Cloud in Action Interview: From Cloud Skeptical to Cloud First

I posted an interview yesterday on the blog with an IT thought leader in the financial services industry: From Cloud Skeptical to Cloud Curious to Cloud First. A few highlights:

“In the past I wasn’t building and managing infrastructure in the cloud, but rather using applications to perform end-user tasks. With the evolution of solutions like Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Informatica Cloud, my thinking has evolved to the point where I believe corporations can build out their entire application infrastructure in the Public Cloud. ”

“….the only obstacles to businesses moving applications to the cloud right now are:

  • Cost
  • Connectivity Speed
  • Lack of familiarity on behalf of in-house IT teams”

You can read the entire interview here.

The Increasing Importance of Cloud Data Replication

Last week we hosted a webinar on cloud data replication, with a particular focus on Salesforce CRM and The level of interest and interaction was amazing. Whether the use case is back-up, compliance or business intelligence, having a flexible and cloud-based approach to cloud data replication is clearly critical to software as a service (SaaS) application and platform success. You can check out the recording here.

Informatica Cloud Express for

Last week we hosted a webinar to introduce Informatica Cloud Express, a usage-based cloud integration service for Salesforce CRM and customers. Here is the presentation with an embedded demonstration.

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