Huawei big data platform fuels development of Informatica PowerCenter data integration

Huawei announced that the Informatica PowerCenter data integration solution has earned a ‘Huawei Ready’ certification.

Built on the Huawei FusionInsight Big Data platform, the solution provides extract, transform, and load (ETL) graphics functions. By employing ETL graphics engines, the solution is claimed to deliver unprecedented scalability and performance.

Additionally, the solution provides data collection and conversion capabilities, improves data quality, and reduces latency in data synchronisation for the Big Data platform. This enables enterprises to rapidly and precisely discover business opportunities from massive data sets.

Wang Chenjie, general manager of Informatica Greater Chin
Wang Chenjie, general manager of Informatica Greater China

Huawei Ready provides certificates for its partners’ qualified products and solutions. Certified products and solutions can use the Huawei Ready logo and will be recommended to Huawei customer’s and channels. The certification has been widely applied in Big Data, cloud operating systems, desktop cloud, storage system, and server sectors.

Huawei FusionInsight, a reliable, secure, and easy-to-use Big Data platform, helps enterprises quickly construct a Big Data processing system. With Huawei FusionInsight, enterprises can spot and capture new business opportunities by analysing and mining larger amounts of data both inside and outside enterprises.

Zhu Zhaosheng, general manager of the Huawei FusionInsight Big Data Platform
Zhu Zhaosheng, general manager of the Huawei FusionInsight Big Data Platform

Informatica PowerCenter, a Hadoop-based data integration solution, provides data integration, conversion, and cleaning capabilities. Working with Informatica PowerCenter, Huawei FusionInsight converts and integrates Hadoop data to deliver Big Data integration, data cleaning, data quality improvement, and real-time Big Data synchronisation functions for customers in the banking, insurance, telecom, and manufacturing sectors.

“Huawei is staying true to open cooperation,” said Zhu Zhaosheng, general manager of the Huawei FusionInsight Big Data Platform. “We hope to cooperate with Informatica to provide comprehensive and abundant Big Data solutions and, in this way, help customers tap into their potential.”

“Only data-driven enterprises can gain the upper hand amidst increasingly fierce competition, especially in Big Data and hybrid IT,” said Wang Chenjie, general manager of Informatica Greater China. “The cooperation between Huawei and Informatica in the FusionInsight Big Data platform further enhances our partnership and enables all platform users to comprehensively analyse and manage data.”

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