Overview

This 2Z930G: InfoSphere MDM Physical Domains course is designed for anyone who wants to get an understanding of the Data Domains for the InfoSphere Master Data Management Physical Module. This course takes a comprehensive look at the three core data domains of InfoSphere MDM: Party, Account, and Product. For each of the domains spanned by InfoSphere MDM, participants will be exposed to the data model, services, and rules associated with the main entities of that domain. Heavy emphasis is put on exercises and activities so that the participants can apply the knowledge that they learn after course conclusion.

If you are enrolling in a Self Paced Virtual Classroom or Web Based Training course, before you enroll, please review the Self-Paced Virtual Classes and Web-Based Training Classes on our Terms and Conditions page, as well as the system requirements, to ensure that your system meets the minimum requirements for this course.

Skills Covered

  • Understand the Party Domain and the main Party Entities and Services available in InfoSphere MDM
  • Understand the Product Domain and the main Product Entities and Services available in InfoSphere MDM
  • Understand the Account Domain and the main Account Entities and Services available in InfoSphere MDM
  • Understand the documentation available for the InfoSphere MDM Data Model and Services

Who Should Attend

This basic course is designed for Infrastructure Specialist, Senior Technical Specialist, Technical Specialist, Product Consultants, Support Engineers, Technical Sales and Marketing Personnel, Sales and Marketing Personnel, Project Managers, and System Architects who wants to get an understanding of the Data Domains for the InfoSphere Master Data Management Physical Module.

Course Curriculum

Prerequisites

You should have attended:

  • Introduction to InfoSphere Master Data Management V11.3 – WBT (1Z801G) OR have equivalent high-level understanding of InfoSphere MDM.

You should also be able to:

  • Have a high-level understanding of XML and be able to make simple modifications to XML documents.
  • Discuss basic relational database concepts and objects such as tables.

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