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Informatica Cloud Air Force Personnel Operations Agency (AFPOA) Virtual Vendor Day 23 September 2011. Juan Carlos Soto SVP & GM, Cloud Data Integration & B2B Data Exchange Informatica Corporation. Agenda. About Informatica Informatica Cloud Integration Q&A.

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    1. Informatica CloudAir Force Personnel Operations Agency(AFPOA) Virtual Vendor Day23 September 2011 Juan Carlos Soto SVP & GM, Cloud Data Integration & B2B Data Exchange Informatica Corporation

    2. Agenda About Informatica Informatica Cloud Integration Q&A

    3. InformaticaThe #1 Independent Leader in Data Integration • Founded: 1993 • 2010 Revenue: $650 million • 5-year Average Growth Rate:20% per year • Employees: 2,125+ • Partners: 400+ • Major SI, ISV, OEM and On-Demand Leaders • Customers: 4,280+ • 84 of Fortune 100 • 87%+ of Dow Jones • Government Organizations in20 countries • # 1 in Customer Loyalty Rankings (5 Years in a Row)

    4. Business Value Through Trustworthy, Actionable, Authoritative Information Assets ILM EDI NACHA HIPAA Trust Act Discover Enrich Sense Monitor Deduplicate Standardize Cleanse Profile Govern Relate Resolve Recognize Model Information Infrastructure Data Quality Complex Event Processing Master Data Management Cloud Computing Enterprise Partner Trading Network (B2B) Data Infrastructure Ultra Messaging Cloud Data Integration Enterprise Data Integration B2B Data Exchange

    5. Agenda About Informatica Informatica Cloud Integration Q&A

    6. Cloud ComputingIT giants talking about cloud…

    7. Cloud computing market is still confusing The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them. -- Albert Einstein Source: Forrester consulting presentation

    8. All parts of IT moving to cloudThe rise of the Hybrid IT organization Custom Application Custom Application Custom Application Custom Application Custom Application Mainframe SaaS PaaS IaaS YourNew Hybrid IT Org YourIT Org Your Company

    9. All parts of IT moving to cloudThe rise of the Hybrid IT organization Custom Application Custom Application Custom Application Custom Application Custom Application Mainframe SaaS PaaS IaaS YourNewHybrid IT Org “We used to have the luxury of thinking about our four walls.” Norm Fjeldheim, SVP and CIO, Qualcomm WSJ On-line: 25 April 2011, “The View from the CIO’s Office” Your Company

    10. “Cloud First” Strategies increasingly common “The movement to the cloud is a one-way street.” Vivek Kundra, Federal Chief Information Officer Comments before the TechAmerica Cloud2 Commission July 7, 2011

    11. Cloud MarketAnalysts consensus: Cloud growth rate 4-6X On-premise IT (20-27% CAGRs) Forecast: Global Public Cloud Market Size, 2011 To 2020 April 2011 “Sizing The Cloud”

    12. Two enterprise views: Are You Using SaaS? procurement leaders IT leaders

    13. Enterprise Cloud Adoption AcceleratingIT increasingly a partner in the process Cloud First(IT Led) Business-ITCollaboration IT involvementin decisionmaking LOB Led(IT Approved) LOB Owned(Outside of IT) 2012-2013 Pre-2010 2013  2010-2012

    14. Cloud Adoption requires Data Integration“No Software” does not mean “No Integration” • Enterprises procuring more Cloud solutions; Cloud deployments growing larger • SaaS sprawland rogue cloud deploymentsrampant • Value of Cloud deployments maximized when integrated with on-premise systems • Data fragmentation increasing • IT accountable for Cloud SLAs and Cloud Data Governance • Cloud control needed

    15. Informatica Recognized “Next Wave” in 2005

    16. Vision Announced in 2006 • Phase 1: Connectivity to Leading SaaS Vendors • Phase 2: On-Demand Data Integration Solutions • Phase 3: On-Demand Data Integration Platform

    17. Informatica’s History in Cloud Data Integration Q3 2011 Mobile www.InformaticaCloud.com Q2 2011 Summer 2011 Q4 2010 D&B360 partnership, Enterprise, Express Q3 2010 Trust.InformaticaCloud.com Cloud Data Integration Platform Q2 2010 Informatica Cloud Plug-Ins B2B Transformation Plug-ins Q1 2010 Data Archive Cloud Store Option CloudData Integration Service Q4 2009 Informatica Cloud 9 Q3 2009 PowerCenter on Amazon Q1 2009 Informatica Cloud Data Synch Service Connectivity Q3 2008 Informatica Cloud Data Loader Q1 2008 Informatica Cloud Data Quality Assessment Q2 2007 Informatica Cloud Data Replication Service Q1 2006 PowerExchange for WS & Salesforce.com

    18. Informatica CloudPurpose-built, easy-to-use cloud services

    19. Informatica CloudIntegration as a Service 1 2 Your Organization

    20. Informatica CloudIntegration as a Service 1 3 2 Secure Agent Your Organization DB/File Interfaces

    21. Informatica Cloud Security • Informatica Cloud does not stage/host data • Direct connection established between Agent and Cloud service • All Connections use Standard Internet Security • VeriSign 128-bit SSL Certification V3 • 3 Levels of Certification: • Data Center – SAS 70 Type 2 (conducted semi-annually) • Application Certification (Symantec via AppExchange) • 3rd Party Certification – Network penetration and Application Assessment by SecureWorks (annually)

    22. Informatica Integration as a Service100K jobs/day, 20B transactions/month, 99.9% Uptime

    23. Primary Cloud Integration Use Cases Migration Sync Cleansing Validation Replication Your Company

    24. Informatica Cloud Editions IndustryFirst!

    25. Informatica Cloud Momentum+1,300 Companies: SMB and Enterprise Adoption Financial Services and Insurance Business Services Healthcare and Life Sciences Manufacturing Media & Entertainment Tele-communications High Technology

    26. Informatica Cloud Strategy SummaryData Integration for Hybrid IT • Data Platform for Hybrid IT • Cloud Services for All • “Informatica Inside” • Seamless integration of cloud and on premise data • Empower entire range of users – from line of business to IT and developers • Enable new services and business models • Execution in hybrid environments; cloud services and on premise software • Cloud services for products in the Informatica portfolio • Embed integration natively into cloud stacks and solutions

    27. NACHA HIPAA SWIFT Application Partner Data … Cloud and BPOs Unstructured Database Market Leading Integration in the CloudBringing breadth of integration for the cloud, to the cloud Informatica Cloud Informatica Platform

    28. 1 Know Your Cloud Integration Options 2 3 4 5 Free Tools Hand Code Outsource On-Premise Tools for IT Cloud Services

    29. Integration Platform for Hybrid ITBroadest integration options Informatica Cloud Informatica HybridIntegration Platform Public Cloud Private Cloud Traditional On-premise Partner

    30. Cloud-Based Integration Considerations Multitenant vs. Hosted Rapid Deployment Ease of Use IT or LOB Usability Scalability Vendor Viability, Security & Transparency Whitepaper available @ www.informaticacloud.com/resources

    31. 5 Ways to Control the Cloud • Don’t Wait to Integrate • Make Data Quality a Top Priority • Align with the Business Early (and Often) • Think Big, Start Small • Beware of Point Solutions, Unproven Vendors, or Service Providers that impede control of your data www.InformaticaCloud.com

    32. Informatica: Uniquely Positioned for Cloud • Experience and Momentum • 5 year history of cloud integration • 1,300 companies, 100K jobs/day, 20B records/month • Platform • Market-leading data integration and data quality technology on any combination of on-premise and cloud • Vision and Strategy • Hybrid IT • Cloud for All • Informatica Inside www.InformaticaCloud.com

    33. From Enterprise Computing to Cloud ComputingEnabling the Virtual, Hybrid IT Organization: Enterprise + Cloud ON PREMISE IN THE CLOUD CONTROL YOUR DATA EVERYWHERE – IT’S YOUR DATA

    34. Agenda Informatica’s Air Force District Manager: Srinivas Kosaraju skosaraju@informatica.com – (571) 295-5452 Additional Cloud resources and free trial: http://InformaticaCloud.com Cloud First Buyers Guide: http://www.cloudbuyersguide.org/the-guide/ About Informatica Informatica Cloud Integration Q&A

    35. Thank you. Juan Carlos Soto jcsoto@informatica.com Air Force District Manager - Srinivas Kosaraju skosaraju@informatica.com (571) 295-5452

    36. AppendixCloud Computing Background Information

    37. Cloud computing is the top technology trend in 2010 Cloud computing is the top technology trend in 2010 (and 2011) Source: Gartner (Oct 2009, Oct 2010)

    38. Essential Characteristics of Cloud Computing Source: NIST

    39. Three Service Models… Source: NIST

    40. … and Four Deployment Models Source: NIST

    41. Main Characteristics of Cloud Computing • Self service, on-demand, available over network • Elasticity to scale up and scale down • Pay-as-you-go, measured service • Ideally on a pooled, standardized infrastructure to maximize economic benefits • Multi-tenant applications and infrastructure • Typically relies on horizontal scaling

    42. Cloud Computing Landscape AssessmentMost important areas: SaaS, PaaS, IaaS Private, and IaaS Public Broadest adoption, good growth Minimal Adoption Gated by broader success of private clouds Will have significant data integration implications n/a Early adoption around SaaS ecosystems, recent investments promising Ent  Private | Public  SMB Early enterprise adoption, poised for high growth Based on NIST definition of Cloud Computing

    43. Cloud Adoption Fundamentals • Drivers • Economics and Scale • Agility • QoS • Speed Bumps • Security • Integration • QoS