- Application ILM
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- Data Archive
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- Informatica 9.5
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- Metadata Management
- Oil and Gas
- Oracle Business Intelligence Applications (OBIA)
- Proactive Monitoring
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- Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
- Test Data Management
- Ultra Messaging
Archives: December 2011
Informatica and Cloudera jointly produced the highly popular 7-part webinar series called “Hadoop Tuesdays”. These webinars were hosted by Joe McKendrick – an independent industry analyst and contributing editor to Database Trends & Applications.
Why register for the Informatica Hadoop Tuesdays webinar replay series?
- You are interested in learning more about Hadoop but don’t know how to get started.
- You have goals for storing, processing and extracting value from unstructured data so that you can combine and unleash the value of both structured and unstructured data.
- You wish to form a roadmap for adding Hadoop to your environment.
What is covered in the Informatica Hadoop Tuesdays webinar replay series?
- What is Hadoop?
- What are the most popular use cases driving Hadoop adoption?
- What are the biggest expected benefits?
- How should you evaluate Hadoop and fit it into your information architecture?
Among the major financial regulation reforms currently being implemented are the Dodd-Frank Act (DFA) in the United States, and the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) in Europe. These reform efforts amount to a large overhaul of the entire financial system and will require creating and consuming massive amounts of new data. Relationships will still remain critical across all regulated markets, but just like equities, futures and options before them, this Tabb Group report highlights how successful organisations in OTC derivative market will be determined by the strength and intelligence of their technology infrastructure.
The ramifications of the key new regulations on company IT infrastructures, the primary drivers behind data growth, related business concerns, and the approaches being taken by the market to adapt are discussed in great detail.
The report is also supported by an Informatica White Paper which clarifies why messaging technology will be key to enabling the OTC/Swaps market to implement the new financial regulations and the technology capabilities required.
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Webinar Replay: Introduction to Informatica PowerCenter Proactive Monitoring Option and Data Validation Option
During the webinar replay you will learn how Informatica PowerCenter Proactive Monitoring Option enables you to identify risks of failures and potential SLA violations before they hurt the organisation. You will also learn how the Data Validation Option provides PowerCenter users with integrated data validation capabilities – ensuring data consistency and accuracy.
This Lepus Research Report investigates the attitude towards latency in the current market from the perspective of various banks and vendors. Low latency means different things to different people, but essentially, it is about being faster than anyone else in any particular process. Within trading activities, there are many different processes that need to work together to perform a function. Being the fastest ensures a competitive edge and impacts the P&L directly.
The report defines the different features of low latency and looks at the technology involved, the issues and benefits, and gives a view of what is yet to come.
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Exponential growth of data volumes coupled with the increasing demand for real-time analytics and operational reporting are causing a renaissance of interest and investment in data replication solutions.
Data replication allows companies to integrate disparate systems in real time, replicate current information to reporting and analytic systems, and augment data warehouse feeds with low latency incremental content. In short, this is an essential ingredient in the recipe for unleashing the business value of Big Data.
In this White Paper, Bloor Research Director Philip Howard discusses how Informatica’s new data replication technology can help your organisation deliver active data warehousing for actionable business intelligence and operational reporting.
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