The information perspective of SOA design, Part 6, The value of applying the data quality analysis pattern in SOA

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Brian Byrne, John Kling, David McCarty, Dr. Guenter Sauter, Harald Smith, and Peter Worcester

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | Last updated: October 2008|First published: April 17, 2008

Discover the value and approach of data quality analysis in the context of an SOA environment. Learn about the concepts involved in data quality analysis and see the basic steps needed to initiate a data quality assesment project within the broader SOA project. Analyze these issues so that appropriate implementation choices can be made. This is the sixth article in a series called the “The information perspective of SOA design, " and will be followed by a related article that describes in more detail how the related IBM® products (InfoSphere® Information Analyzer) can be used in this context.

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