IBM InfoSphere Data Architect 9.1 - Francis Arnaudiès


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IBM InfoSphere Data Architect 9.1 - Francis Arnaudiès

  1. 1. IBM InfoSphere Data Architect Francis Arnaudiès
  2. 2. 2Di Frequently cited concerns There’s no standardization of terminology and naming so there’s constant confusion about what the business users want and what they got when it is delivered. No understanding of relationships between data objects repeatedly delays projects. We need more automation of discovery and design tasks to accelerate delivery. Our data modeling environment is completely distinct from our other software design and development tools so it is hard to share design artifacts and stay in synch.
  3. 3. 3Di 3 IBM InfoSphere Data Architect Requirements Benefits Model, relate and standardize diverse and distributed data assets Data Architect  Design and manage enterprise models  Enforce model conformance to enterprise standards  Leverage industry data models for best practices  Optimize existing investments  Speed design activities  Populate Business Glossary from model terms  Validate models for enterprise conformance  Reverse engineer and identify existing warehouse schemas
  4. 4. 4 Discovering the Value of Based on the eclipse platform  Intuitive  Adaptable  Shell Sharing Allows Users to be Productive Faster Application Developer Database Developer Database Administrator Data Architect InfoSphere Data Architect Application Architect RSA/RSM IBM Data Studio IBM Data Studio
  5. 5. 5Di 5 An Enterprise Data Modelling Solution ■Enable flexible design – Logical, physical and dimensional models – Generate multiple physical models from a single logical model ■Adopt best practices – Validate models against enterprise standards ■Leverage existing assets – Forward engineer – Reverse engineer – Import from other modelling tools ■Collaborate across teams – Decompose into sub-models – Merge together – Share a repository Model, Relate, Standardize, Leverage, Collaborate
  6. 6. IDA – Key Modeling Functions  Data Models – Logical Model – Physical Model – Domain Model – Glossary Model – Mapping Model  Heterogeneous Database support  Visualize Design  Model Validation  Customized Data Type  Naming Standards A collaborative, data design solution to discover, model, relate, and standardize diverse data assets.
  7. 7. 7Di Defining and Enforcing Standards Increased Quality and Governance ■Naming – Words, acronyms, and patterns ■Meaning – Glossary ■Values – Domain values or ranges –Transformation – Logical to physical – Physical to logical ■Privileges – Users, groups, roles ■Privacy – Sensitive attributes – Data masking rules –Traceability – Auditability “InfoSphere Data Architect helped us to semantically integrate all our critical data sources and to design a business information model within two weeks. Previously, this process would have taken more than two and one-half months.” Large telecommunications company Govern and Assure Compliance with Enterprise Standards and Rules
  8. 8. 8Di Manage Design Changes Understand Changes and Promote - to Speed Up Implementation • Compare & Synchronize • Filtering capabilities • Highlight changes after synchronization • Generate change reports • Export changes • Generate delta DDL • Automate Model Management via pluglets • Automate common tasks and tasks flows • Execute tasks in bulk (batch mode) • Customize existing product functions & add specialized functionality • 15 pre-defined pluglets for diagramming tasks, model navigation and reporting • Enables team collaboration • Integrates with Configuration Management Systems like CVS, Rational ClearCase and Rational Team Concert • Integrates with InfoSphere Business Glossary to collaborate terms assignments between data stewards and data modelers
  9. 9. 9 Discovering the Value of Communicate/Reporting  Diagrams – Overview – Entity Relationship – Dimensional Diagrams – Storage – DatabaseTopology – Filter elements – Shapes – Notes Simplify Analysis and Understanding  Reporting – Web publishing – BIRT – Audit Trail – Report Design – Report Templates – Report creation template wizard – Various Outputs: • html • PDF • MS Appls (Excel, Word,PPT)
  10. 10.  Open Source – CVS  IBM – CCRC – RTC  Shared Objects: – Projects – Logical Models • Submodels – Physical Models – Glossary Models – Domain Models – Mappings – SQL Scripts – Transfiguration Configuration files Team Support - Source Control
  11. 11. CognosInfoSphere Warehouse InfoSphere Foundation Tools Industry Data Models InfoSphere Business Glossary InfoSphere Discovery Information Analyzer Metadata Workbench InfoSphere Data Architect Integrations Logical Models Physical Models Dimensional Models Business Glossary Models InfoSphere Data Architect InfoSphere Optim Tools Data Studio Optim Designer Rational & WebSphere Rational Software Architect WebSphere Business Modeler Rational ClearCase & Rational Team Concert Rational Application Developer
  12. 12. Align and Automate Design Across Process, Service, Application, and Data Rational Software Architect InfoSphere Data Architect Data StudioWebSphere Business Modeler XSD UML PDM DATA ARCHITECT DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR INTEGRATION DEVELOPER SOLUTION ARCHITECT  Automate transformation  Share repository  Facilitate collaboration  Maintain alignment