Informatica Cloud Data Integration Valuable Features

Reviewer312
Software Architect at a manufacturing company with 501-1,000 employees
My most valuable features of this solution are that the DI team uses the Informatica Powercenter, which is an automized tool that Informatica provides. For quite some time, they have been using this. So, the cloud products are coming from the same school of thought, which makes it more believable that it can do whatever it is required to do. And, I think that was the primary reason for going with Informatica on Cloud The majority in terms of dating their product promptly is something that is quite apparent. View full review »
Datgov567
Data Governance & Lineage Product Manager at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
When we use Informatica, we have a complete global vision of our clouds and the local application data and that is very important for us. View full review »
ChristopheFournel
Fondateur at Data Integration Consulting
The features I find most valuable is the synchronization, verification, functionalities and all the data integration features. I have been academically trained and earned the Cloud Academy badges 101 and 201. Currently, I am training to use this solution in real-time. View full review »
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Brendan Smith
Technical Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The most valuable feature is the building of mockups and tasks. The user interface is fine. View full review »
Peter P. Le
I.T. Specialist - Data Architect - Solution Architect at a government with 10,001+ employees
Mapping designer seems to be easier to use even when compared with PowerCenter which is a great improvement. View full review »
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