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Friday, July 21, 2023

What is Organization and Sub-organization in Informatica IDMC?

 


In Informatica IDMC, an organization is a logical grouping of users, assets, and connections. It is a self-contained unit that can be managed independently. A sub-organization is a child organization of a parent organization. It inherits all the assets, connections, and users from the parent organization, but it can also have its own unique assets and users.



Here are some of the advantages of using sub-organizations in Informatica IDMC:

  • Increased security: Sub-organizations can be used to restrict access to assets and connections. This can help to improve security by preventing unauthorized users from accessing sensitive data.
  • Improved manageability: Sub-organizations can be used to organize assets and connections in a way that makes them easier to manage. This can help to improve efficiency by reducing the time it takes to find and access the resources that you need.
  • Increased flexibility: Sub-organizations can be used to create independent units that can be managed independently. This can be useful for organizations that have different business units or departments that need to be able to operate independently.

Here are the main differences between an organization and a sub-organization in Informatica IDMC:

  • An organization can have multiple sub-organizations, but a sub-organization can only have one parent organization.
  • The users and assets in a sub-organization are unique to the sub-organization.
  • Sub-organizations can be used to restrict access to assets and connections.




  • Sub-organizations can be used to organize assets and connections in a way that makes them easier to manage.

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