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Integrated Operational Data Store

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Key Components for Delivering the iODS

The iODS (integrated Operational Data Store) is delivered through a composite set of architectural components through a Services-Oriented Architecture. Through this approach, integration is driven from a business-event and process perspective, not only through data-level integration. Interface Services around the Data Platform are analogous to an Application Tier, providing mediated access to data through granular business events.

This approach to Enterprise Information Integration uses both batch and event-based integration. Most business requirements do not mandate transactions be done in batch; limitations in legacy technology have driven these design decisions. Improvements in integration technology now allow the real-time integration of information to be done more easily, and at the same time the shortening cycle-times for business decisions and the increase in integration between distributed systems pushes the need for more real-time, event-based data synchronization.

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