Information Management

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  • Using the MDM Application Toolkit to build MDM-centric business processes, Part 4: Work with MDM integration services

    Create process applications for master data by using IBM Business Process Manager. In this article look at the BPM integration services provided with the Application Toolkit and learn how these services can help you to create workflows easily that integrate with InfoSphere MDM.

  • Increase DB2 availability

    Use a cloud provider to create a reliable tie-breaking method to avoid a split brain scenario. The procedure is for two node clusters running IBM DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows and the integrated high availability infrastructure. See how to automate any two-node failover for DB2 LUW 10.1 or higher.

IBM Champions spotlight

  • Richard Lee

    Richard Lee is the Managing Partner of the consultancy IMECS, LLC. He serves as an Executive Consultant to clients focusing on Privacy & Governance, Analytics Leadership and Business Transformation. Richard is also a Senior Thought Leader and writes on Privacy and Leadership issues each month for IBM’s Big Data & Analytics Hub (The Privacy Corner) and Information Age (UK). He is a 2nd year IBM Champion for Information Management and IBM Big Data & Analytics Hero. He speaks frequently at industry conferences around the world and will be a keynote presenter at this Falls’ “Data Leadership 2014” in London. Follow him on Twitter: @InfoMgmtExex and his blog at Read Richard's IBM Data Management magazine articles. | Get more information about IBM Champions.
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  • Featured: DB2 Express-C

    IBM® DB2® Express-C is the free edition of DB2. It supports Linux, Windows®, Solaris, and Mac. It is easy to use and provides a solid base to build and deploy applications developed using C/C++, Java™, .NET®, PHP, Ruby on Rails, Python, and other programming languages.

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