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Enterprise Data Services

Effectively Sharing Your Master and Reference Data with Reusable Services

The need for enterprise data services with reusable components has been widely acknowledged in the IT industry over the last decade. This book illustrates how large organizations can combine these enterprise architecture principles with practical techniques in data architecture, master data management, and enterprise modeling to deploy high-quality, on-demand data services meant for enterprise-level consumption.

Using enterprise data services as a unifying conceptual framework, the book shows how to integrate distributed systems across heterogeneous platforms effectively within finite budgets and suitable governance mechanism.

Deploying reusable data services can promote information sharing and consistency across different systems in an organization along with consistent reporting to external agencies (e.g. regulatory, consumers, government).

Audience

Data Managers and Architects, Enterprise Architects, Solution Architects, Business System analysts.

Paperback, 256 Pages

Published: June 2015

Imprint: Morgan Kaufmann

ISBN: 978-0-12-405207-9

Contents

  • 1 Introduction

    2 Enterprise Data Services

    3 Introduction to the Enterprising Modeling Framework in the MDM/SOA environment

    4 Standardizing Data Definition & Business Rules

    5 Building blocks of a enterprise data service

    6 Master & reference data services

    7 Data distribution strategy to meet needs of key stakeholders and consumers

    8 Architecture & Technology Considerations on deploying Enterprise Data Services in the organization

    9 Data Security, Entitlements and Privacy

    10 Governance of Data Services at Enterprise Level

    11 Improving Information Quality for Enterprise Data

    12 Taking the journey from concept to reality in your organization

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