Google, Informatica deepen ties around big data in the cloud

Google and Informatica have expanded their partnership and product integrations as enterprise customers seek to move large data sets into the cloud for processing and analytics. A deeper partnership between Informatica and Google reflects enterprises' desire to tackle big data in the cloud for advanced processing and business insights. Informatica has added support for pushdown optimization within the Google BigQuery cloud data warehouse platform. It also now supports Google Cloud Dataproc, the big data cloud platform built on Apache projects like Hadoop, Hive, Spark and Pig. Pushdown optimization moves data transformation logic into the target database itself. This saves time and effort over using an extract, transform and load (ETL) tool to pull data from source systems and apply transformations data moves into the target data store. Different degrees of pushdown optimization are applied depending on the situation, according to Informatica. Meanwhile, Informatica intends to make the Intelligent Cloud Services iPaaS product, as well as its master data management (MDM) software, available on Google Cloud.

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