Enterprise Information Management : Service Offerings

1372 WordsFeb 20, 20176 Pages
Enterprise Information Management (EIM) - Service Offerings There are two tracks of business drivers for deploying best practices in information management across the enterprise. First, there are common requirements identified amongst various industries, such as the need for actionable knowledge about customers and products to drive increased revenues and lengthened customer relationships. Second, there are characteristics for operational and analytical needs associated with specific industries. Each of these business drivers’ points to the need for increased agility and maturity in coupling well-defined enterprise information management practices with the technologies that compose an end-to-end enterprise information management…show more content…
Data replication techniques enable rapid bulk transfers of large data sets. You can synchronize the process by trickle-feeding changes using a method known as “change data capture” that monitors system logs and triggers updates to the target systems as changes happen in the source. Data Virtualization Efficient data integration can address some of the issues associated with increasing demands for accessing data from numerous sources and of varied structure and format. Yet some complications remain in populating data warehouses in a timely and consistent manner that meets the performance requirements of consuming systems. When the impediments are linked to the complexity of extraction and transformation in a synchronous manner, you run the risk of timing and synchronization issues that lead to inconsistencies between the consumers of data and the original source systems. One way to address this is by reducing the perception of data latency and asynchrony. Data virtualization techniques have been evolved and matured to address these concerns. Data virtualization tools and techniques provide three key capabilities: · Federation – They enable federation of heterogeneous sources by mapping a standard or canonical data model to the access methods for the variety of sources
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