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Qlik Releases Cloud Data Integration Enabling Enterprise Data Fabric

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Qlik, a provider of real-time data integration and analytics to industry sectors including financial services, has released Qlik Cloud Data Integration. The solution offers an enterprise integration platform as a service (eiPaaS) and is designed to support data strategy by leveraging a real-time data integration fabric that connects all enterprise applications and data sources to the cloud.

Qlik Cloud Data Integration follows the company’s release of extended cloud analytics services for Snowflake. It includes a set of SaaS services that form the data fabric and give users data access and integration capabilities across hybrid and multi-cloud platforms, as well as a common set of cloud services to integrate with cloud platforms including AWS, Databricks, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure Synapse, and Snowflake. This makes data easier to find, transform, govern and deliver regardless of data architecture at enterprise level.

Qlik Cloud Data Integration also includes real Real-Time Movement, Qlik’s change data capture engine, which ensures the most current and relevant changed data is moved to cloud efficiently and at scale; Advanced Transformation, which turns raw records into analytics-ready data; Catalog and Lineage based on metadata management; and API Automation, which provides data APIs and a no-code visual interface to automate workflows for cloud application.

“Improving the access, real-time movement and advanced transformation of data between sources and systems across the enterprise is crucial to organisations realising the full power of their data,” comments James Fisher, chief product officer at Qlik.

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