Friday, November 19, 2021

What are the Batch Processes in Informatica MDM?

Are you looking for an article that explains various processes in Informatica Master Data Management (MDM)? If so, then you reached the right place. In this article, we will learn about various processes through which records are loaded to the MDM system. Let's start.

Informatica MDM contains the various processes and those are -

Step 1: The land process transfers data from a source system via ETL jobs to landing tables in the MDM ORS (Operational Reference Store).

Step 2: The stage process (Stage Job) reads the data from the landing table, cleanses the data if applicable, and moves the cleansed data into a staging table via mapping in HUB Console.

Step 3: The load process (Load Job) loads data from the staging table into the corresponding base object in MDM ORS.

Step 4: The tokenize process (Tokenization Job) generates match tokens based on match columns that are used subsequently by the match process to identify candidate base object records for matching.

Step 5: The match process (Match Job) compares two records for points of similarity. If sufficient points of similarity are found to indicate that the two records are probably duplicates of each other, then Informatica MDM Hub flags those records for consolidation.

Step 6: The consolidate process (Merge Job) merges duplicate records into a single record after duplicate records have been identified in the match process.

Step 7: Publish or distribution process is the main outbound flow for Informatica MDM Hub. Hub integrates with external systems or DB Schemas to share the consolidated (Golden) Records.

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