Informatica Corporation (Nasdaq:INFA), the world’s number one independent leader in data integration software, today showed support for Database.com, salesforce.com’s enterprise database built for the cloud. Database.com is the first enterprise database built natively to support cloud, mobile and social enterprise applications. Database.com is open for use with any language, platform and device, and enables developers to focus on their applications, instead of tuning, maintaining and scaling databases.
At Dreamforce 2010, Informatica will be demonstrating the ease with which data can be replicated automatically from an on-premise Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server databases to salesforce.com’s Database.com using Informatica Cloud. This cloud integration capability will be featured in the Database.com First Look session on Wednesday December 8, room West 2001 at 3:15pm and at Informatica booth #500 of the partner expo.
“Informatica and salesforce.com were early believers in cloud computing and today both companies continue to relentlessly focus on innovation, while delivering the cloud solutions that customers rely on to run their business,” said Juan Carlos Soto, senior vice president and general manager, Cloud and B2B, Informatica. “The strong Informatica and salesforce.com relationship strengthened further today, and now Database.com customers can easily take advantage of near universal data access capabilities for their data integration needs in the cloud. With its self-service approach to cloud integration, Informatica Cloud provides a powerful and cost-effective means to integrate Database.com with enterprise applications and information using just a few clicks of a mouse.”
“Our longstanding partnership with Informatica has resulted in tremendous enterprise customer success with cloud computing,” said George Hu, executive vice president, platform and marketing, salesforce.com. “Now, with Informatica’s support, we are enabling the next shift in cloud computing — moving databases to the cloud with Database.com — to enable the creation of new social, mobile and real-time enterprise Cloud 2 applications.”