Informatica PowerCenter v. 9.6.1 and Data Quality v. 9.6.1 have achieved Oracle Exadata Optimized and Oracle SuperCluster Optimized status through the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN). According to the companies, the products can be used with Oracle Exadata and Oracle SuperCluster, delivering up-to-five times faster performance on data load, query and profiling tasks.
Customers adopting Oracle Engineered Systems for high-volume, high-speed analytics can utilize Informatica PowerCenter and Data Quality to ingest, cleanse and transform various types of data into Oracle Exadata and Oracle SuperCluster to maximize the value of their engineered systems investment.
Informatica also announced plans for PowerCenter and Data Quality to leverage the multi-tenancy and in-memory capabilities of Oracle Database 12c for high-performance scenarios later this year. The company said PowerExchange for Relational Databases is now certified by Informatica for Oracle Database 12c with Multitenant and also will support Oracle In-Memory sources and targets later this year.
“Oracle Exadata and Oracle SuperCluster offer the pinnacle of performance, availability and scalability for running Oracle Database, and Informatica is proud to have achieved Oracle Exadata Optimized and Oracle SuperCluster Optimized status,” said Todd Goldman, vice president and general manager of Data Integration and Data Quality, Informatica. “Informatica PowerCenter and Informatica Data Quality, together with Oracle Exadata or Oracle SuperCluster can provide a best-of-breed combination of software and hardware optimized to deliver extreme performance to drive agile reporting and analytics, while empowering IT organizations to meet service-level agreements and quality goals like never before.”
Informatica PowerCenter and Informatica Data Quality for Oracle Exadata and Oracle SuperCluster are available now. For more information about Informatica, go to www.informatica.com. For more information about the Oracle Exastack Program, go to www.oracle.com/partners/goto/exastack.