In this course students learn how the Information Governance Catalog is used to govern information assets through the development of a governance catalog of categories and terms. This catalog documents information assets and governance policies and rules that implement the high-level strategy and objectives of a governance program.
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KM618G – IBM Stewardship Center for Information Server v11.5
IBM Stewardship Center for Information Server v11.5 provides event notification with workflow and remediation. Business users can be notified and respond to Information Server events, when they occur. These events include data quality exceptions occurring in Information Server products such as DataStage and Information Analyzer. These events also include catalog edits to governance categories and terms occurring within the Information Governance Catalog.
KM625G – IBM InfoSphere Information Governance Catalog v22.214.171.124: Understanding Your Information Assets
This course enables students to acquire the skills necessary to use the Information Governance Catalog to analyze metadata stored within the Information Server Repository. The emphasis is on how metadata gets captured within the repository and how to explore and analyze the metadata it contains.
KM650G – New Features in IBM InfoSphere Data Integration and Governance
This course is designed to introduce students to new features in data integration and governance in IBM InfoSphere Information Server V11.3 and IBM InfoSphere MDM V11.3. Each unit in the course covers a separate product or component of IBM InfoSphere Information Server V11.3 and IBM InfoSphere MDM V11.3. Each unit is independent of other units and one or more units can be taught in any order.
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KM803G – IBM Information Analyzer Essentials
In this course, students will learn how to use the IBM InfoSphere suite to analyze data and report results to business users. Information discovered during analysis will be used to construct data rules. This course will also explore techniques for delivering data analysis results to ETL developers and demonstrate how to develop more meaningful meta data to reflect data discovery results. An information analysis methodology and a case study will be used to guide exercises.
ZZ520G – Using InfoSphere MDM Collaborative Edition
This course is designed to provide not only the essentials of understanding Master Data Management (MDM) and Product Information Management (PIM) concepts but also cover a breadth of InfoSphere MDM Collaborative Edition feature functions. Students will explore how to use the newly designed web interface to easily create data objects, items, categories, and other artifacts that will create the master data solution. To round out the course, students will be engaged in an optional hands-on case study whereby they can apply your newly gained knowledge to plan, design and build an MDM Collaborative Edition solution.
ZZ540G – Programming with InfoSphere MDM Collaborative Edition
This course teaches students how to setup their environment and begins programming with MDM CE. Using IBM’s Implementation Methodology Approach (use cases), students will have first-hand experience building a solution that incorporates the functionality of the MDM CE product, along with best practices for programming with MDM CE.
ZZ670G – InfoSphere MDM Reference Data Management
This course prepares students to implement the InfoSphere Reference Data Management solution, and understand how the solution will work within their organization. Students will install and use the InfoSphere Reference Data Management Hub and Console to manage data sets, data types, mappings, hierarchies, and subscriptions. For each core area, the instructor will explain the high-level concepts and have the students work with the feature in the lab exercises.
ZZ720G – InfoSphere MDM Virtual Foundation
This course introduces the major components of the InfoSphere MDM Virtual module, the data model, the matching engine and how customization can be implemented. Students will learn how to invoke the InfoSphere MDM interactions, and the various configuration and extension points of a service. This course has a heavy emphasis on exercises where students will deploy a new MDM configuration, invoke interactions, walk through the default matching algorithm, and create a custom handler and composite view.
ZZ780G – InfoSphere MDM Algorithms
This course prepares students to work with and customize the algorithm configurations deployed to the InfoSphere MDM Probabilistic Matching Engine (PME) for Virtual and Physical MDM implementations. The PME is the heart of all Matching, Linking, and Searching for entities (Person, Organization, etc) that exist in InfoSphere MDM. This course has a heavy emphasis on exercises, where students will implement the customization discussed in the course to perform matching, linking, and searching on fields not provided by the default implementation.