Architecting Data Management Solutions with TIBCO is intended for working architects, designers, and developers seeking a practical guide to understanding the workings of TIBCO's data management products and incorporating them into data management solutions. It explains the common design challenges arising in such solutions and provides design patterns to address them. The book is required reading for anyone seeking TIBCO Certified Architect status in Data Management. Architecting Data Management Solutions with TIBCO is divided into six parts: *Part I covers concepts: the CAP theorem and related distributed data management challenges, data governance and related roles, and solution-level patterns.*Part II covers the architecture of products commonly employed building solutions in this space: TIBCO Spotfire(R), TIBCO ActiveSpaces(R), TIBCO(R) MDM, and TIBCO ActiveSpaces(R) Patterns.*Part III covers data modeling, exploring both standard domain modeling and the refinements necessary to realize performant data management solutions.*
Part IV covers design challenges and design patterns for addressing them: functional organization and decomposition, identifier management, and strategies for distributed joins, transformations, and transactions.*Part V covers master-data management as a specific case of distributed data management: the roles that people play, managing data nominally owned by other systems, sizing, performance tuning, monitoring, and deployment.*Part VI covers data management in the context of big data.
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)