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2 BPM impact on the business The objective of BPM is to help companies improve and optimize their operations across all aspects of their business. Business requirements, therefore, determine what type of BPM environment is needed. Implementing BPM, however, is more than just about installing new technology, it also requires organizations to review the business environment to determine if changes are required to existing business processes to take advantage of the benefits that BPM can provide. It is important to understand that creating and managing business processes is not a one time effort.
Data federation helps solve this problem by providing access to a combination of live operational business transaction data and the historical and analytic data already resident in the data warehouse. This scenario is shown in Figure 2-3. Application BI Tool Client Data Mart Data Mart Data Mart Information Integration Federation ODS Data Warehouse Operational Systems Metadata Wrapper Wrapper DB2 Other Application Database Database Existing Operational Systems Figure 2-3 Federated access to real-time data Chapter 2.
As a result, the complexity of these projects has increased, as designers struggle to ensure data integrity in a highly duplicated data environment, while at the same trying to reduce the latency of data movement between the layers. While many enterprises have successfully done this with IBM DB2 Universal Database (UDB), a so-called federated data architecture involving enterprise information integration (EII) software is often easier and more cost-effective to use for some applications. Chapter 2.