The information perspective of SOA design, Part 8, Use of IBM InfoSphere Information Analyzer in SOA design

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David McCarty, Dr. Guenter Sauter, Harald Smith, and Peter Worcester

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | Last updated: October 2008|First published: May 22, 2008

Learn to use the IBM® InfoSphere® Information Analyzer to support the data quality analysis pattern. This is the eighth paper in "The information perspective of SOA design" series. This article demonstrates to an architect community how tools from IBM -- in particular IBM InfoSphere Information Analyzer and the unified metadata management of IBM Information Server -- can be used to address the data quality analysis pattern in an SOA engagement. It describes the key features of the products that support the data quality analysis pattern presented in Part 6 of this series.

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