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Viral data in SOA; an enterprise pandemic.


Viral data in SOA; an enterprise pandemic.

Fishman, Neal A.

Prentice Hall


239 pages




A shared data resource exposed through a layer of services can, like a virus, affect everyone who touches the data. Fishman (information management, IBM) offers business and technical professionals a text addressing the treatment and prevention of harmful data in a service-oriented architecture (SOA). Coverage includes an overview of the potential viral consequences of data in an SOA; the benefits of adding a layer of governance to the data management framework, and examples of data governance implementation models; a sample reference architecture model serving as a backbone for implementing an enterprise-wide data quality methodology; approaches to assessing the quality of information in an organization; conditioning and reconditioning data; and additional steps to enable an organization to implement a data quality initiative for managing and governing shared data in an SOA.

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Date:Sep 1, 2009
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