MDM Federated Architecture Options

This webinar is intended for Project Stakeholders, MDM Architects, Admins, Designers, and DevOps to vet out the various recommended installation options and architectures that are possible with MDM Multidomain. This webinar will help you understand how to implement Multiple ORSs, and multiple domains based on your current and future use cases.
Here is the agenda for this session:
  • Introduction
  • Approach 1: Single Hub Instance with Single Repository
    • Option A: Single Data Model per Repository
    • Option B: Multiple Data Models per Repository
  • Approach 2: Single Hub Instance with Multiple Repositories
    • Option A: Single Data Model per Repository
    • Option B: Multiple Data Models per Repository
  • Approach 3: Multiple Hub Instances with Single Repository per Instance
    • Option A: Single Data Model per Repository
    • Option B: Multiple Data Models per Repository
  • Approach 4: Hub of Hubs
    • Option A: Registry of Hubs
    • Option B: Subset Master Hub
    • Option C: Hub and Spoke
  • Q&A
Speaker and Speaker Details

Dilip Yeluguri, Principal Customer Success technologist, and Sourya Dass, Solution Architect.

Yeluguri Dilip has been working on Informatica tools for 16 years, of which the last 10 years have been on MDM. He has implemented over 25 MDM projects across 14 industries and has experience in consulting through IPS, owning and managing the MDM application as a customer and consulting via Informatica Partner SI. Dilip has advocated over 60 customers in the current role on best practices, design recommendations, technical challenges, implementation rescues, and performance issues.

Sourya Sekhar Dass has been working on Informatica tools for more than a decade, he’s been working on MDM, Data Quality, Data Governance, Informatica Cloud. He has implemented successful MDM projects in multiple industries and domains and has experience in consulting, owning and managing the MDM application. Sourya loves helping customers in his current role on solution advisory, best practices, design recommendations, technical challenges, implementation rescues, and performance issues.