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  1. Preface
  2. Introduction to Cloud Integration Hub
  3. Hub administration
  4. Project and Asset Management
  5. Applications
  6. Topics
  7. Data Integration tasks
  8. Publications
  9. Subscriptions
  10. Tracking and monitoring
  11. Cloud Integration Hub REST APIs
  12. Glossary

Cloud Integration Hub

Cloud Integration Hub

Cloud Integration Hub architecture

Cloud Integration Hub
architecture

The
Cloud Integration Hub
environment consists of user interface clients,
Cloud Integration Hub
service and repositories that are hosted on
Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services
Hosting Services, and the
Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services
Secure Agent and
Cloud Integration Hub
connector that are located on
Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services
.
You can select to host the publication repository for the organization on-premises or on a private cloud. In that case, the repository is not hosted on
Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services
Hosting Services but is installed and managed by the organization.
The following image shows the
Cloud Integration Hub
components:
Cloud Integration Hub
contains the following components:
Cloud Integration Hub
Web client
User interface to manage applications, topics, publications, and subscriptions, and to monitor publications, subscriptions, and events. Administrators use the Web client to create the organization in
Cloud Integration Hub
.
Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services
user interfaces
User interfaces to define sources and targets and to create connections, mappings, and tasks.
Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services
Hosting Services
Services that host the
Cloud Integration Hub
service and repositories. The services stores all task and organization information.
Cloud Integration Hub
service
A service that manages publication and subscription processing in
Cloud Integration Hub
.
Cloud Integration Hub
metadata and runtime repository
Database that stores metadata and runtime data for
Cloud Integration Hub
applications, topics, publications, subscriptions, and events.
Publication repository
Database that stores published data until the retention period for the data expires.
You can use a hosted publication repository or a private repository.
Data sources and targets
Sources and targets that you use to publish and consume data. You can use the following types of sources and targets:
  • Database. Tables and columns.
  • File. Binary, text, or unstructured files.
  • Applications connections. Connection objects for applications.