Informatica Data Integration Hub Overview

Informatica Data Integration Hub is the #26 ranked solution in our list of top Data Integration Tools. It is most often compared to Informatica PowerCenter: Informatica Data Integration Hub vs Informatica PowerCenter

What is Informatica Data Integration Hub?

Informatica Data Integration Hub empowers large organizations to embrace change and the opportunities of new applications and analytics systems, while managing storage in Hadoop as well as relational database and file store options. The centralized modern hubbased architecture is the foundation for agile and managed enterprise data integration. As the first to apply a publish/subscribe model to data integration linking big data, cloud, and traditional systems, Informatica delivers productivity and intelligent automation without compromising control.

Informatica Data Integration Hub is also known as Informatica Integration Hub, Integration Hub.

Informatica Data Integration Hub Buyer's Guide

Download the Informatica Data Integration Hub Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: February 2021

Informatica Data Integration Hub Customers

Humana, Rabobank, State of Washington

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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about Informatica Data Integration Hub pricing:
  • "Comparatively, their prices are a little bit too high."

Informatica Data Integration Hub Reviews

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Murugan Asokan
Senior Solutions Architect at NessPRO Italy
Real User
Top 5
Oct 18, 2020
A centralized repository for orchestrating and sharing data but performance can be a little slow

What is our primary use case?

We are simply service providers; I don't think our relationship with Informatica is that strong. We have a financial client that has a very good relationship with Informatica. They were recently using PowerCenter and IDQ, but a couple of years ago, they purchased DIH. Recently they have been doing some POC using Informatica, Enterprise Data Catalog. They have a great relationship with Informatica.

Pros and Cons

  • "Performance and flexibility-wise, they're very user-friendly."
  • "The initial setup was not very straightforward. Not complex, but not very simple either."

What other advice do I have?

Presently, everything is moving to the cloud, and moreover, many people are moving to Snowflake Data Warehouse, as it provides more scalability. I feel the usage of DIH is very limited compared to Snowflake because Snowflake holds and stores highly compressed data and allows you to use different cloud-based tools, including AWS services, DCP, and other services. Snowflake also comes with Matillion, which is a very good ETL tool. The use of DIH is very limited. Anything that we do with DIH, can be done with Snowflake, regardless of the subscription you may have. There are plenty of use cases —…
Hariprasad Sharma
Product Owner - Data Management at Maersk
Consultant
Top 20Leaderboard
Aug 6, 2019
Excellent at standardizing mass data and capable of integrating with multiple solutions

Pros and Cons

  • "The MDM solution is capable of integrating multiple systems, so it helped us to solve the purpose of centralizing the depository as well as the standardization of mass data. It takes away all the ambiguity around data integrity issues or all the process challenges which happen when every stage of a process uses a different source as master data."
  • "When it comes to UI look and feel and user experience, Informatica is not as good as other solutions."

What other advice do I have?

We use the on-premises version of the solution. I would recommend the product, but it depends on your business and other solutions you might already be using. If you're only using SAP, I don't think you'll need Informatica. If you're using Oracle products, you don't even need SAP. However, if you're looking for an essential repository with very good integration capabilities, want to have a longterm sustainable solution, and you have multiple ESPs, as well as a wider organization setup, then I think Informatica is the best. I would rate the solution at eight or nine out of ten.