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  • 3

    4

    1 Master Data

    2 MDM

    5

    6

    Components of MDM Hub

    Architecture

    Batch and Real-time Process

    Hub Users and Scenarios head start

  • Agenda (Contd.).

    8

    9 Advanced Concepts

    7 Installation

    Performance Tuning & Troubleshooting

  • DW Scenarios

    8

    9 Advanced Concepts

    7 Debugger

    Performance Tuning & Troubleshooting

  • The Technical Challenge: Managing Data in a Data Warehouse

    8

    9 Advanced Concepts

    To make timely, confident decisions, business leaders need access to reliable data, which can be achieved by integrating MDM with a data warehouse.

    Performance Tuning & Troubleshooting

  • Master Data

    Master data is a collection of common, core entities alongwith their attributes and their values that are consideredcritical to a company's business

  • Master Data

    Master data is a collection of common, core entities alongwith their attributes and their values that are consideredcritical to a company's business

  • Master Data

    Master data is a collection of common, core entities alongwith their attributes and their values that are consideredcritical to a company's business

  • Master Data

    Master data is a collection of common, core entities alongwith their attributes and their values that are consideredcritical to a company's business

  • Why MDM?

    3

    4

    1 Regulatory compliance

    2 Cost savings

    5

    Productivity improvements

    Increased revenue

    Strategic Goals

  • Why MDM Hub?

    3

    1 Integrated

    2 Model-Driven

    Flexible

  • Why MDM Hub?

    3

    1 Integrated

    2 Model-Driven

    Flexible

  • What is MDM Hub?

  • MDM Hub Architecture?

  • MDM Hub Console?

  • Master Data

    Master data is a collection of common, core entities alongwith their attributes and their values that are consideredcritical to a company's business

  • MRM

    To build Master Data

    To clean and match

    To Consolidate and manage master data across data srcs

    To access internal and external of an organization

    To act as a system-of-record for all downstream apps.

  • HM

    To allows users to manage hierarchy data

    And

    Associated with the records managed in MRM.

    Tools--->Hierarchy Manager Tool and Hierarchies Tool

  • SAM

    Authorized users have access to MDM Hub

  • METValidate the metadata in a Informatica MDM Hub repository

    Compare repositories and generate change lists that describe the differences between them

    Copy design objects from one repository to another

    Export the repositorys metadata to an XML file

    Visualize the schema using a graphical model view of the repository.

  • SIF

    interfaces with external programs and applications

    Loosely coupled web services using the SOAP protocol

    Tightly coupled Java remote procedure calls

    Asynchronous Java Message Service (JMS)-based msgs

  • IDD

    Web based,task-oriented, workflow-driven, highly customizable, and highly configurable

    Used by data stewards:

    Create Master Data

    Manage Master Data

    Consume Master Data

    Monitor Master Data

  • Batch Data Process Flow

  • Real Time Data Process Flow

  • Batch Process

  • Hub Store

  • Hub Users

    Administrators Configuration

    Developers Design, develop, test and deploy to Hub

    Data Stewards quality

  • Hub Users

    Administrators Configuration

    Developers Design, develop, test and deploy to Hub

    Data Stewards quality

  • Installation

  • Installation Single Host

  • Installation Multiple Hosts

  • Installation Database setup

  • Create Proxy Users

    Lmited Privilages Configuration

    Developers Design, develop, test and deploy to Hub

    Data Stewards quality

  • Create Hub Store

    Master DB setup.sql

    ORS setup_ors.sql

  • Hub Server

    Change JVM Settings JAVA_OPTSset JAVA_OPTS=%JAVA_OPTS% -Xms512m -Xmx1024m -Xss1000k -XX:PermSize=64m -XX:MaxPermSize=256m

    trueStart jboss

    hub_cleanse_install.exe

    Post install script

    Click hub_server.exe

    Run Post install script

  • Hub Console

    http://:/cmx

  • Cleanse Server

    Change JVM Settings JAVA_OPTSset JAVA_OPTS=%JAVA_OPTS% -Xms512m -Xmx1024m -Xss1000k -XX:PermSize=64m -XX:MaxPermSize=256m

    Click hub_server.exe

    Run Post install script

  • 1. Architecture Overview & Components

  • Data Quality GiGo: garbage in, garbage out

    Cos its in the computer, dont mean its right

    Its not the things you dont know that matter, its the things you know that arent so.

    Will Rogers, Famous Okie GI specialistBut there are also unknown unknowns: the ones we don't know we don't know. Donald Rumsfeld

    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything. Wyatt Earp

  • Installation Types

    Increased performance, scalability, reliability and better administration was the top ranking development priorities

    Major applications Workbench - interface Server - engine Workbench Component Transformations - export Data Quality integrated Transformations - import Association Transformations - plug-in

  • Installation Types

    Installation Scenarios Standalone Installations - interface Enterprise Client Installations Enterprise Server Installation

    System Requirements1 GB RAM and 1 GB HDD

    Check User Limits Using ulimit

    License Check

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