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Informatica data science framework connects with Amazon SageMaker

Informatica has released a cloud-based development and data science framework, called INFACore, that promises to simplify the process of composing data pipelines to build and deploy machine learning models in Amazon SageMaker Studio.

Powered by Informatica’s Intelligent Data Management Cloud, INFACore describes itself as a headless intelligent data management platform for developers, data scientists, and data engineers. By simplifying the development of complex data pipelines, INFACore can turn thousands of lines of code into a single function that can be implemented in applications using a native user interface supported by Amazon SageMaker Studio, the company said.

INFACore entered a beta stage in May and is now available to the general public. Integration between INFACore and other cloud platforms besides AWS is anticipated at some point. Informatica, which estimates it has thousands of customers on AWS, this week also introduced other services for AWS:

  • The Informatica Data Loader tool on AWS is now integrated directly into Amazon Redshift’s data warehouse console, allowing customers to quickly move from data ingestion to reporting, Informatica said.
  • The Informatica Cloud Data Marketplace now supports AWS Data Exchange and offers a unified self-service data marketplace. Informatica packages customer-owned data sets and third-party data sets from the data exchange.

Informatica has been a cloud-native company since 2015, with services offered on a subscription basis. Before that, Informatica offered licensed local software. In May, the company announced data management integrations with Microsoft Azure, Oracle Cloud, and Google Cloud.

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