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Informatica MDM Architecture

The MDM architecture is a three-tier model:   Database Server: Place where the business data and metadata resides. It is implemented on a DBMS – Oracle or DB2   Application Server: Manages security and access to the data. It is implemented on J2EE application server – Weblogic, Websphere, or JBOSS UI Layer: Set of tools that allows users to configure the environment and perform data management activities.     Database Server Tier   Database server layer comprises of two types of schemas:   • Master Database: Contains MDM Hub environmental configuration settings • Operation Record Store (ORS): Contains master data and content metadata     Application Server Tier • Supports data cleansing and matching activities • Enables data access and exposes various data services as APIs     Batch Process Flow Overall batch process flow of data in Informatica MDM       Hub Console   MDM Hub console is an UI for MDM specific administrative and configuration continue reading →
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Business Analysis Career Path

Most IT jobs have a clear, specific job description and career path. However, the business analyst career path tends to vary, as do the descriptions from job to job. The business analyst career path is best. Because, “There are career tracks that zigzag back and forth between IT and business. Someone might start as a business analyst, and then move into a project management job, then an IT management path, and then go back to an innovation path ... then to process management, then move up a rung to process leadership or process ownership, and then go back over to management as manager of an IT line of business."

Today’s Business Analyst

The 21st century business analyst’s world is multifaceted. As a mediator, moderator, connector and ambassador, the business analyst must bring the business needs together with IT resources. Successful business analysts tend to be clear communicators, smooth facilitators, precise analyzers and team players. Plus, the idea

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