Booth #337, Strata + Hadoop World, New York City, NY, Sept. 29, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Informatica, the world's number one independent software provider focused on delivering transformative innovation for the future of all things data, today introduced the Informatica Big Data Management framework, the most comprehensive hybrid data management approach to manage all things big data. Informatica Big Data Management framework is a holistic approach to managing big data, which includes a comprehensive view focused on three pillars required for big data management solutions: Data Integration, Data Governance and Data Quality, and Data Security.
Informatica also announced its $1 Million Software and Services Big Data Ready Challenge to help organizations overcome the challenges of taking their big data projects from pilot to production.
The Informatica ecosystem has expressed its support for Informatica Big Data Management and here is what some partners and customers have to say:
Cox Automotive: "Cox Automotive is comprised of over two dozen companies, including AutoTrader, Manheim and Kelley Blue Book. Each of these companies produces and consumes a massive amount of data that is even more valuable when shared among them. Big Data Management helps us consolidate, integrate, govern and secure all data at scale in what we've called an 'Analytics Hub' and make it available for everyone to use, to help build out new and better products."
- Ben Garrett, Director, Enterprise Data Services Architecture and Operations
Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL): "JLL is a financial and professional services firm that specializes in commercial real estate services and investment management in more than 80 countries. Big Data Management is the foundation for big data analytic initiatives at JLL, which helps us significantly improve customer satisfaction. Big Data Integration and Big Data Governance address a variety of business needs, such as end-to-end data lineage, mastering customer data, providing efficient and near real-time at-scale data integration, and agile development."
- Sridhar Potineni, Executive Vice President of Innovation
Kaiser Permanente: "Analytics is central to Kaiser's business and promoting better health for all. Big Data Management helps us overcome the primary obstacles to analytics which are the ability to access, govern, and trust the data. To build a next-gen analytics platform requires the ability to integrate at scale a wide variety of healthcare related data, govern critical data using a universal metadata catalog, and secure sensitive data to protect the privacy of our patients and employees."
- Manish Vipani, Vice President and Chief Architect
KPN: "Big Data Management plays a critical role at KPN as a data-driven company. Big Data Integration breaks down data silos to provide better customer intelligence. Big Data Governance and Quality ensures that our business analysts can be confident with the data they're using. Additionally, we have very strict laws in Europe around sensitive customer information and require the ability to discover the proliferation of sensitive information. Therefore, we also need Big Data Security that provides a 360-degree view of sensitive data, supported by risk analytics and policy-based protection of data at risk. We are taking a comprehensive approach to Big Data Management at KPN."
- Thomas Reichel, Lead Architect
Symphony Health Solutions: "Symphony Health Solutions uses a dynamic and optimized Big Data Integration platform to support key initiatives from predictive market analysis to patient influence, physician prescribing, pharmacy fulfillment, payer reimbursement, and sales compensation. The productivity of the environment, speed of data delivery, and the ability to collect and integrate data at scale from over 100 sources is critical to our success in deploying a Big Data Management strategy."
- Jeff Little, Senior Director, IT Core Systems
Cisco: "Big data is a business imperative for our customers. With the extreme scalability that Cisco Unified Computing Systems (UCS) provides, many customers are already experiencing the benefit of quickly mining massive amounts of data to innovate and bring new solutions to market faster. Now, by bringing together Cisco UCS and Informatica Big Data Management, we deliver an even more comprehensive software and hardware solution for our customers to unlock the intelligence in their data."
- Jim McHugh, Vice President of Cisco Unified Computing System and Data Center Solutions Marketing
Cloudera: "Cloudera Enterprise and Informatica Big Data Management together are designed specifically for mission-critical environments. Since the early days of Hadoop, Cloudera and Informatica have led with best practices and tight integrations with Cloudera Navigator, Cloudera Manager and Spark to deliver massively scalable data integration, end-to-end data governance, and robust data security and protection."
- Tim Stevens, Vice President of Business and Corporate Development
Cognizant: "Today's digital enterprises are inundated with massive amounts of information from a wide variety of data sources. Extracting meaning and business insight from these high volume data streams requires innovative analytics and Big Data Management services and solutions. Cognizant is working with leading companies like Informatica to provide our clients with the experience, skills and latest tools that enable them to harness and exploit this flood of data to drive business value."
- Karthik Krishnamurthy, Vice President and Global Business Head, Enterprise Information Management
Hortonworks: "Together, Hortonworks Data Platform and Informatica Big Data Management enable organizations to optimize their extract transform load workloads with long-term storage and processing at scale in Hadoop. Powered by a YARN-based architecture, this partnership enables the data-first enterprise to build systems of insight that integrate at scale, govern with metadata and secure comprehensively."
- Matthew Morgan, Vice President, Product and Alliance Marketing
MapR Technologies: "MapR and Informatica give companies an advantage with enterprise-grade big data management for business-critical production applications. When you combine the innovative features of the MapR Distribution for Apache Hadoop, such as high availability, disaster recovery, security and full data protection, with Informatica's Big Data Management solutions, organizations can confidently integrate, govern and secure all their data at scale in a production data center."
- Anil Gadre, Senior Vice President of Product Management
Teradata: "Teradata and Informatica have a long history of delivering the best products and solutions the industry has to offer for data management. Now, in this era of big data analytics, we are leading with the Teradata Unified Data Architecture that allows for next-gen analytics that turn insights into action and value with "best fit" engineered for big data management, optimized integration, universal metadata for governance, and complete security."
- Chris Twogood, Vice President of Product and Services Marketing
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