Informatica Ranks Top in Forrester’s Big Data Fabric Report; Ronen Schwartz Comments

InformaticaInformatica has been ranked as a tier-one company in the current offering and market presence categories of Forrester Research’s big data market report.

The Forrester Wave: Big Data Fabric Q4 2016 recognizes Informatica for the company’s visual and metadata-driven development environment that Forrester says aids in the increase of developer productivity, Informatica said Tuesday.

Informatica’s enterprise information catalog indexes data assets across the enterprise through an inference of the data and crowdsourcing with business analysts, stewards and architects, according to Forrester.

“Big data represents big opportunity, and effective big data management is key for organizations embracing Data 3.0,” said Ronen Schwartz, senior vice president and general manager of cloud, big data and data integration at Informatica.

The Forrester report notes that enterprises use Informatica’s big data fabric services to perform analytics, internet of things, integrated analytics and real-time operational intelligence in real time.

Informatica’s big data management offering is designed to help customers to integrate data from sources through pre-built connectors, multi-latency ingestion engines and machine-learning based discovery.

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