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Splice Machine’s Partnership with Informatica to Ensure Applications Modernize Easily Through Leveraging AI

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Splice Machine, the operational AI data platform leader will display Informatica’s Connector to show its value in powering applications as a core part of the partnership. Informatica is one of the industry leaders in data integration and cloud computing and has developed a connector that will remove lag from real-time AI-based applications to speed up AI adaptability for the enterprise.

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The connector will be hosted on Informatica’s robust cloud infrastructure and accelerate the migration of data into Splice Machine’s AI engine, subsequently streamline ETL processes helping in the modernization of enterprise applications.

“In our mission to power real-time applications, our partnership with Informatica allows us to remove a significant barrier that stands in the way to modernizing applications, which is slow data migration and latency,” said Monte Zweben, co-founder and CEO, Splice Machine. “The new Connector, combined with our operational AI data platform, will power intelligent applications by leveraging real-time data at scale, improving decision making and delivering better business outcomes.”

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About a month ago, Informatica had announced the launch of ML Manager (in beta), a platform composing of data science and machine learning abilities built atop Splice Machine’s data platform. The intention behind this was to assist data scientists in developing functional machine learning models so that they can experiment with AI via a machine learning workflow like never before.

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