Informatica and Oracle Boost Partnership with OCI Expansion to North America
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⇨ Informatica and Oracle have boosted their strategic partnership with a new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) point of delivery to customers across North America.
⇨ The cloud-native, AI-powered data management platform, IDMC, provides an “integrated suite of best-of-breed capabilities” that simplify the entire data lifecycle.
⇨ IDMC supports Oracle Compute Cloud@Customer, enabling IDMC to manage data within customer data centers without data leaving the Cloud@Customer environment.
Informatica and Oracle have expanded their partnership with the creation of an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) point of delivery to customers across the North American region. Updates were shared at Oracle CloudWorld 2023, Oracle’s flagship global customer conference currently underway in Las Vegas.
The companies have collaborated to unveil new integrations and capabilities for Informatica’s Intelligent Data Management Cloud (IDMC) across Oracle’s Modern Data Platform to deliver trusted data to empower greater AI/ML utilization and accelerate modernization journeys.
The cloud-native, AI-powered data management platform, IDMC, provides an “integrated suite of best-of-breed capabilities” that simplify the entire data lifecycle. It gives shared Informatica-Oracle customers a common data management experience with a consistent governance layer across all cloud and on-premises architectures.
IDMC supports Oracle Compute Cloud@Customer, enabling IDMC to manage data within customer data centers without data leaving the Cloud@Customer environment. This provides data protection and faster data processing.
Andy Mendelsohn, executive vice president of database server technologies at Oracle, said: “Informatica is a long-time member of the Oracle Database ecosystem on-premises and now on OCI. The combined capabilities of IDMC on OCI and Oracle Autonomous Database are compelling. We look forward to Informatica using its vast modernization expertise to efficiently migrate their PowerCenter customers to the cloud and help our mutual customers accelerate their journey to OCI.”
Jitesh Ghai, chief product officer at Informatica, said: “We’ve been a preferred partner with Oracle for enterprise cloud data integration and governance for its Modern Data Platform, and it’s rewarding to see us not only reach milestones together but continue to deepen our collaboration for the benefit of our joint customers. Cloud migration does not exist without secure, reliable data. We’re incredibly proud to fill this role for our customers as they look to transition to OCI and become truly data-driven organizations.”