Table Of Contents

  1. SynQ - Request for a FREE Trial
  2. Login to Informatica Cloud
  3. Enter Security Question
  4. Informatica Cloud Home Page
  5. Download the Secure Agent
  6. Create a ServiceNow Connection
  7. Create any other Connection
  8. Start free Trail for other connectors available
  9. Additional Information
  10. SynQ is here to help


SynQ - Request for a FREE 30-Day Trial


Thank you for your interest in doing a trial with our SynQ ServiceNow Integration Platform that makes is easy to implement and maintain integrations with over 130 other systems via pre-built connectors.


If you did not get the free trial login yet, send an email to hello@synq.cloud by requesting us to set you up with a free trial. 


NOTE: If you are an existing Informatica Cloud customer then you can skip the initial steps and go directly to Step 6.



Step 1 - Login to Informatica Cloud



Once you have received your login information for the Trial, log into Informatica Cloud. Following is the URL just in case if you missed it in the above step.


https://app.informaticaondemand.com/ma/login


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Step 2 - Enter Security Question


Please enter the security question.


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Step 3 - Informatica Cloud Home Page




Now you will see Informatica Cloud Home Page


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Step 4 - Download the Secure Agent



Select ‘Configure’ tab and select ‘Runtime Environments’


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Click on ‘Download Secure Agent’ button and select your OS whether it is Windows or Linux and install and Configure the Agent


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Supported Operating Systems/versions for the Secure Agent includes:


  • Windows
    • Windows 7 (64 bit)
    • Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit), 2010 (64-bit), 2012 R2 (64-bit). Verify that the Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package (x86) in installed on the machine.
  • Linux
    • Red Hot Enterprise Linux version 6.x and above
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise version 11.0 and above



You can find more information about the Secure Agent and how to setup, configure at the following link links.


https://app3.informaticacloud.com/saas/v389/docs/EN/index.htm#page/cc-cloud-administer/Runtime_Environments.html


https://app3.informaticacloud.com/saas/v389/docs/EN/index.htm#page/cc-cloud-administer/Secure_Agents.html


https://app3.informaticacloud.com/saas/v389/docs/EN/index.htm#page/cc-cloud-administer/Secure_Agent_Installation_on_Windows.html


https://app3.informaticacloud.com/saas/v389/docs/EN/index.htm#page/cc-cloud-administer/Secure_Agent_Installation_on_Linux.html



Once the IC agent is installed and configured properly, make sure that the secure agent is ‘Up and Running’ by navigating to Configure -> Runtime Environments -> Click on the Environment Name.


Go to Step 5 once you see the ‘Agent Status’ and the ‘Data Integration Server’ status in green color, ‘Up and Running’


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Step 5 - Create a ServiceNow Connection



Now select ‘Configure’ menu tab and select ‘Connections’ menu item


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Click on ‘New’ button to create a new connection.



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Now you can enter the connection details by selecting the Connection Type.



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Select ‘ServiceNow (SynQ)’ option in the Type field to create ServiceNow Connection.


You need to enter the following details.



Connection Name

This can be any value that represents your ServiceNow connection

Runtime Environment

You will select the secure agent name that you have installed in the previous step

Username

This is the ServiceNow user name. Typically it would be the Admin credentials, and if not you will have to create an integration user with the respective roles given

Password

This is the ServiceNow user password

Endpoint URL

This would be your ServiceNow endpoint URL something similar to

https://ven01218.service-now.com/

Instance Type

Select JSONv2 for this




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Please follow the complete instructions in the following ServiceNow Connector Install and Configuration Guide to setup ServiceNow for SynQ


http://support.synq.cloud/support/solutions/articles/22000162892-synq-servicenow-connector-configuration-guide


If you have any questions please send us an email at support@synq.cloud



Step 6 - Create any other Connection




With the FREE trial you get the following connection types.


Salesforce, Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, FlatFile, ODBC, MS Access, FTP/SFTP, SAP, WebService, WSConsumer


You can select any of these connection types and create a connection.


You can find the specific connector setup,configuration details at the following link.


https://app3.informaticacloud.com/saas/v389/docs/EN/index.htm#page/ff-cloud-connections/Connections.html



Step 7 - Start free Trial for other connectors available



If the target system that you are looking for does not fall into one of these you can find the 130+ connectors available by selecting ‘Configure’ menu and ‘Add-On Connector’ submenu item.


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You can search for the specific connector that you are looking for and start the ‘free trial’


In this example I have clicked on ‘Oracle EBS’

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Now if you go to Connections option you will find ‘Oracle EBS’ as a connection type available.


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Here is the complete guide about how to setup any connector available.


https://app3.informaticacloud.com/saas/v389/docs/EN/index.htm#page/ff-cloud-connections/Connections.html


If you don’t find a native connector to connect to the system you are trying to connect to, then you can leverage any standard connector like REST, Web Service, FTP, CSV, ODBC connectors etc to connect to your system assuming that your system does support any of these standard interfaces. If you need any support please contact us at support@synq.cloud





Step 8 - Additional Information



Following is the additional information you may want to look at


Following link will give you some of the connectors information and what kind of operations is supported which may be useful to you.


http://support.synq.cloud/support/solutions/articles/22000162894-synq-connector-operations-guide-with-other-informatica-cloud-connectors


We have many videos available for your reference at this link.


http://support.synq.cloud/support/solutions/22000105146


You can look at our resources at www.synq.cloud/resources


You can read our blog at www.synq.cloud/blog


You can look at some of our solutions at www.synq.cloud/solutions



Step 9 - SynQ is here to help



You can always reach our support team at support@synq.cloud or at support.synq.cloud


You can reach our sales team if you have any sales related questions at hello@synq.cloud


You can visit our website at www.synq.cloud


You can call us at +1 415 729 1152


Thanks for starting the trial with SynQ. We hope to bring value to your organization.