Watch live from Informatica World 2017

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What does data management mean in the context of Informatica’s re-branding efforts? A new tagline claims Informatica LLC to be the “enterprise cloud data management leader,” clearly targeting Chief Information Officers and data as a corporate asset. Looking to learn more details on how the platform integration provider will address the next generation of data challenges, SiliconANGLE will once again be at Informatica World 2017, currently underway in San Francisco, California, with live, exclusive commentary and interviews from our roving news desk, theCUBE.

The Integration Platform as a Service Market is set to reach $2.9 billion by 2021 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 41.5 percent between 2016 and 2021, according to a recent report from Research and Markets Ltd. Currently heading up the iPaaS market for the third consecutive year is Informatica, according to Gartner Inc. The company accounts for 19 percent of the $688 million 2016 global iPaaS market, six percentage points ahead of its nearest competitor.

Earlier this year, Informatica announced the industry’s first intelligent data lake, a repository for raw data, that’s made specifically for healthcare. “In the face of healthcare’s insatiable appetite for data, traditional data warehousing is not enough in the race to business and clinical insights,” said Richard Cramer, chief healthcare strategist at Informatica. “Healthcare organizations now need rapid and agile big data access, high-value discovery analytics and cost-effective scalability afforded by well managed and governed data lakes.”

Last month, Informatica announced its Cloud Data Lake Management solution for managing data lakes in either cloud or on-premise environments.The Cloud Data Management solution will be available by the end of Q2 2017.

Informatica and Zoomdata Inc. announced this week a collaboration with an unnamed European beer maker, which the companies will pitch at the event this week. The software will be able to monitor temperature, the pressure of the beer in the tap and number of pints poured in real time. It uses Informatica’s Intelligent Streaming software, which collects and transmits real-time data from various sensors or other devices and Zoomdata’s visualization tools.

Keynote speakers at the event include Informatica executives Anil Chakravarthy, chief executive officer; Amit Walia, chief product officer; and Sally Jenkins, chief marketing officer. Other keynote speakers at Informatica World include Michael Lewis, author; Kara Swisher, technology journalist and co-founder of Recode; and Sanjeev Vohra, global technology officer at Accenture PLC.  

How to watch theCUBE interviews

There are various ways to watch all of theCUBE interviews that will be taking place at Informatica World 2017, including SiliconANGLE TV and YouTube. You can also get all the coverage from the event on SiliconANGLE.

TheCUBE’s coverage starts today at 10:40 a.m. till 5:50 p.m. PDT.

SiliconANGLE TV

You can watch all of theCUBE’s exclusive interviews and commentary from Informatica World on the dedicated SiliconANGLE TV page.

Watch on the SiliconANGLE YouTube channel

All of theCUBE interviews from Informatica World, which runs until May 18, will also be loaded onto SiliconANGLE’s dedicated YouTube channel.

Cubecasts

SiliconANGLE also has podcasts available of archived interview sessions, available on both SoundCloud and iTunes, which you can enjoy while on the go.

Guests who will be interviewed on theCUBE

Tuesday, May 16

Guests who will be interviewed on theCUBE at Informatica World includes Informatica executives, Kim Salem, senior vice president of global marketing and business development; Rodney Foreman, senior vice president of partner ecosystem; Ronen Schwartz, senior vice president of cloud, big data and data integration; Greg Hanson, vice president of EMEA business operations; and Richard Cramer, chief healthcare strategist.

Tuesday’s lineup also includes Andrew McIntyre, vice president of technology for The Chicago Cubs; Jerry Held, board member of public and private companies; Deepak Gattala, big data architect, enterprise BI strategy and planning at Dell Technologies Inc.; Tracy Ring, specialist leader at Deloitte Consulting LLP; and Tom Gottweis, head of data strategy at Winsupply Inc.

Wednesday, May 17

Guests who will be interviewed on theCUBE at Informatica World include keynote speakers Anil Chakravarthy, Amit Walia and Sally Jenkins. Other Informatica executives who will be interviewed on theCUBE include Bala Kumaresan, senior vice president and general manager of data security; Graeme Thompson, executive vice president and chief information officer; Suresh Menon, senior vice president and general manager of master data management; Jitesh Ghai, vice president and general manager of data quality and governance; and Bruce Chizen, board member of public and private companies, special advisor at Informatica.

Wednesday’s lineup also includes The Coca-Cola Co. executives Mark Fernandez, customer data project director, and Cindy Worley, group director of product master data; as well as Albrecht Powell, enterprise information management global lead for Accenture Analytics at Accenture plc; Justin Donlon, manager of business applications at Carbonite Inc.; and Salema Rice, chief data officer and global head of data, data sciences, intelligence and information management at Allegis Group Ltd.

(* Disclosure: Some segments on SiliconANGLE Media’s theCUBE are sponsored. Sponsors have no editorial control over content on theCUBE or SiliconANGLE.)

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