IBM InfoSphere Information Governance Catalog II - Building the Governance Catalog V11.3IBM Analytics
DescriptionWhat we offer
The Information Governance Catalog is a new product within the Information Server suite of products. It replaces two products in earlier versions of Information Server: Business Glossary and Metadata Workbench. The new Information Governance Catalog contains and enhances all the functionality that these earlier products contained and adds additional functionality as well as an enhanced user interface.
Information Governance Catalog I focuses on the functionality previously contained in Metadata Workbench. Information Governance Catalog II focuses on the functionality previously contained in Business Glossary. In Information Governance Catalog II you will learn how Information Governance Catalog is used to govern your information assets through the development of a governance catalog of categories and terms that document your information assets and governance policies and rules that implement the high-level strategy and objectives of your governance program.
ObjectivesWhat you learn
- Describe information governance
- Describe how the Information Governance Catalog supports information governance
- Build a business glossary of categories and terms
- Add policies and rules the business glossary
- Learn about the Information Glossary Catalog workflow
- Learn how to administer the Information Glossary Catalog
- Learn how to use IBM Glossary Anywhere
- Learn how to use the Information Governance Dashboard
TopicsThe best for you
- Unit 1: Introduction
- Unit 2: Building a Business Glossary
- Unit 3: Governance Policies and Rules
- Unit 4: Catalog Workflow
- Unit 5: Catalog Management
- Unit 6: IBM Glossary Anywhere
- Unit 7: Information Governance Dashboard
PrerequisitesWhat should you know
You should have basic knowledge of the Windows operating system. Familiarity with Information Server products is desirable but not required.
AudienceWho should attend
This is a basic course for those who will be using Information Governance Catalog to develop and implement their information governance strategy.