Informatica Eyes Virtual Databases

"This will make Informatica 9 even more applicable for in-memory use cases for reading, writing and managing the data that resides in different systems and applications in subsequent releases," says Ash Kulkarni, director of product management and marketing at Informatica.

The current version of the platform, launched in December 2009, includes Informatica Data Services, which provisions trusted data and which has been enhanced through the vendor's recent acquisition of messaging provider 29West

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