The proliferation of enterprise-level application expectations for shared, synchronized information drives the need for the development of a single view of the key data entities in common use across the organization. At the technical level, the drivers and fundamentals of master data management can be summarized as processes for consolidating variant versions of instances of core data objects distributed across the organization into a unique representation. The result is a master repository of uniquely identified key data entity instances integrated through a service layer with the applications across the organization.
In order to accomplish what may seem to be a relatively straightforward set of ideas, the organization must be prepared to envision an end-state master data management environment that exists as an enterprise resource integrated with the enterprise application architecture through a collection of provided services. This talk reviews components and capabilities needed to develop an MDM solution that can mature along with the needs of the client enterprise applications with which it is integrated.
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