IBM WebSphere Information Integrator planning and sizing

IBM WebSphere Information Integrator is a product that lets you take advantage of the variety of types of data that may be stored in various formats in the enterprise. You can use it to access data in both relational and non-relational formats, and in both DB2 and other non-IBM relational databases, in an integrated fashion, transparent to your applications.

Micks Purnell, IBM Advanced Technical Support Americas, IBM Corporation

Micks Purnell is a data management software IT Specialist with IBM’s Advance Technical Support Americas. Micks has been working with WebSphere Information Integrator and its predecessor products DB2 Relational Connect and DataJoiner since 1995.



11 July 2005 (First published 11 November 2004)

IBM® WebSphere® Information Integrator is a product that lets you take advantage of the variety of types of data that may be stored in various formats in the enterprise. You can use it to access data in both relational and non-relational formats, and in both DB2 and other non-IBM relational databases, in an integrated fashion, transparent to your applications.

This article discusses hardware and network planning for three different major uses of WebSphere Information Integrator:

  • Online and batch applications that read, update, or read/update non-DB2 data (federated database applications).
  • Data analysis and reporting applications that access DB2 and/or non-DB2 data (federated query applications).
  • Federated data replication (DB2 to non-DB2; non-DB2 to DB2).

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