Teradata and Informatica Corp. have partnered to unify their big data analytics architectures in an effort to help organizations to integrate processes in a single data platform.
The integration works to help customers use a no-code development platform for integrating data into Hadoop and Informatica’s Virtual Data Machine to develop graphical data integration mappings for various platforms, Informatica said.
Teradata embedded Informatica’s platform into its Unified Data Architecture for customers to map data integration process across Teradata’s Data Warehouse, Aster and Hadoop using Informatica’s Virtual Data Machine.
Chris Twogood, vice president of product and services marketing at Teradata, said the companies aim to help organizations incorporate new sources of data in their analytics.
“Combined with codeless Informatica development, our customers can cut Hadoop data integration development costs in half while increasing development productivity by as much as 500 percent,” said Todd Goldman, vice president and general manager of core technologies at Informatica.
Informatica’s platform performs analytics in a Teradata platform through multiple data access, UDA data integration, data integration assets and enterprise big data analytics deployment.