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IBM Product Model for Enterprise Data Management

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Listed below are products from IBM as they map to the Enterprise Data Management Offering Group.

Product Model Activity Indicators

The indicators below define the typical level of applicability of technology products to meet the requirements of the Core Solution Offerings shown below.

Product Model Indicators for MIKE2.0
Not Yet Rated Not Relevant to Solution Typically does not Apply May Apply to Solution Typically Applies Mandatory for Solution
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Key aspects of these indicators and their application is as follows:

  • This model is not a vendor capability rating; the purpose of this model is to map whether vendor products should be applied to specific Core Solution Offerings.
  • In order to show completeness of a solution offering, an architectural component list should also be defined that maps to each vendor solution offering.
  • Vendors will sometimes offer 'lite' versions of their product for small-to-medium size enterprises. For most Solution Offerings mapping the more sophisticated of the products has been selected as the primary fit.
  • This product model defined in this article is focused on the specific products needed to fulfill this solution. For example all projects require a baseline infrastructure platform but these components may not be listed in the solution.

This model is only supposed to be indicative and should not replace diligence in product selection. Contributors are encouraged to edit these models through changing indicators or adding comments below.

Product Mapping to Solution Offerings

MIKE2.0 Methodology Product Mapping Model
Offerings fulfilled by Vendor Technology
Vendor Products Data Quality Improvement Data Migration Master Data Management Customer Data Integration Data Warehousing
IBM Optim Hv5.jpg Hv3.jpg Hv5.jpg Hv0.jpg Hv5.jpg
IBM Data Studio Hv5.jpg Hv3.jpg Hv5.jpg Hv5.jpg Hv5.jpg
IBM Information Server Hv5.jpg Hv5.jpg Hv5.jpg Hv5.jpg Hv5.jpg
MultiForm Master Data Management Hv1.jpg Hv1.jpg Hv5.jpg Hv5.jpg Hv0.jpg
IBM Industry Models Hv2.jpg Hv2.jpg Hv3.jpg Hv3.jpg Hv3.jpg
Entity Analytic Solutions Hv3.jpg Hv2.jpg Hv3.jpg Hv3.jpg Hv1.jpg
Global Name Reference (GNR) Hv0.jpg Hv0.jpg Hv4.jpg Hv5.jpg Hv0.jpg
IBM OmniFind Analytics Edition Hv1.jpg Hv1.jpg Hv2.jpg Hv2.jpg Hv3.jpg
DB2 Alphablox Hv1.jpg Hv1.jpg Hv3.jpg Hv3.jpg Hv5.jpg
DB2 Query Management Facility Hv1.jpg Hv1.jpg Hv3.jpg Hv3.jpg Hv4.jpg
DB2 Warehouse Hv1.jpg Hv1.jpg Hv3.jpg Hv3.jpg Hv5.jpg

Comments

  • Some Master Data Management and CDI solutions may be considered to include a Data Warehouse component so it partially applies to the scope defined here
  • Industry Models may be applied to benefit each of the Core Solution Offerings listed above but are vertically oriented and do not apply in all situations.
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