Informatica, an enterprise cloud data management provider, has extended its relationship with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to offer support for the company’s Bedrock generative AI service and integration with Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) Access Grants.
Amazon Bedrock, which AWS announced in April 2023 and made generally available in September 2023, is designed to help customers build and scale generative AI applications. It is a fully managed service that makes foundation models from leading AI companies accessible through a single API. Informatica’s AI-powered Intelligent Data Management Cloud (IDMC) will support Amazon Bedrock customers with trusted data and enriched context to improve the accuracy of generative AI use cases.
Informatica has also been selected as an early partner to integrate with Amazon S3 Access Grants, an access control feature that helps customers manage Amazon S3 permissions for their data lakes at scale and provides detailed audit history in AWS CloudTrail covering end-user access to Amazon S3. Stored in Amazon S3 and using IDMC’s Cloud Data Marketplace and automated policy provisioning, the integration improves simplified self-service access to Amazon S3 data while providing enterprise-scale governance guardrails.
“These latest integrations between IDMC and AWS will empower more customers, especially those in heavily regulated industries, to confidently access, migrate and manage trusted data to streamline operations and inform more intelligent decisions for improved business outcomes,” says Jitesh Ghai, chief product officer at Informatica.
Dr Swami Sivasubramanian, vice president of data and AI at AWS, adds: “With AWS, Informatica is developing solutions that put data security and privacy at the forefront so customers can build and deploy data management and AI solutions. These solutions are a foundation of modernisation and generative AI-powered journeys.”
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