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Enterprise information management

Organizations need to trust their data to make critical business decisions.

Data Quality Services enables you to cleanse, match, standardize, and enrich your data so you can deliver trusted information for your business intelligence, data warehouse, and transaction processing workloads.

Create Trust Through Cleansed Data

Cleanse, match, standardize, and enrich data.
Empower business end users to define their own cleansing rules specific to their business by making the knowledge base creation easy.
Utilize cloud reference data providers who already have pre-built cleansing rules.

Integration Services is a data integration platform allowing you to Extract Transform and Load (ETL) both Microsoft data and non-Microsoft data sources without any coding.


Extract, Transform and Load Data

Integrate and consolidate data from any third party data source.
Manage large volumes of data at scale.
Streamlined in the familiar development environment that developers already know.

Master Data Services provides a central data hub that ensures the integrity of information and consistency of data is constant across different applications and that end users can manage their own data with IT oversight.

Crate a Central Hub That Ensures Consistent Data

Create Master Data by standardizing data definitions for key business entities.
Create a master data hub for your enterprise.
Empower business users to manage data governance.
Highlights
1. Integrate data from across the enterprise, and beyond
2. Empower employees with business-centric data governance, compliance, and standardization
3. Make trusted decisions that are based on reliable data

Managing information, and using it to make critical business decisions, is a growing priority for businesses today. However, the increasing volume, complexity, and diversity of data across a typical enterprise, together with the demands of meeting compliance and regulatory requirements, can make the challenge of integrating data extremely daunting.
Microsoft's Enterprise Integration Management (EIM) technologies, built on the foundation of Microsoft SQL Server 2012, provide a scalable, user-driven solution that empowers organizations to unlock the business value of their data.

Integrate Any Data

Most enterprises store business-critical data in a wide range of data stores and formats. Additional data may also be generated by legacy mainframe systems, plant machinery, or sensors; and of course as systems and organizations become more inter-connected, businesses increasingly rely on commercial or partner data that is consumed from data sources in the cloud.
At the heart of Microsoft's EIM solution, SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) provides a powerful, extensible platform for integrating data from virtually any source. Built-in connectors for common data sources, such as SQL Server, Oracle, Teradata, DB2, SAP, Teradata, XML and text files, Excel workbooks, and others can be easily combined with custom scripts and third-party components to bring together all of your data in a comprehensive extract, transform, and load (ETL) solution that powers business workflows or supports your data warehouse. Integration with the cloud through SQL Azure, the Azure data market, and Web Service connectivity extends your reach beyond on premise data.
You can also integrate data from business workflows in Microsoft BizTalk Server , and even capture real-time data from sensors and other complex event All of this connectivity is possible through an integration platform that is included in SQL Server 2012, and which is easy to implement, use, and manage - making your data integration solution cost-effective as well as comprehensive.

Rely on Consistent, Credible Data
The EIM solution provided by SQL Server underpins and supports the self-service BI capabilities of the SQL Server platform, and facilitates user-driven analysis and decision making through intuitive tools like PowerPivot and Power Mew. You need to be sure you can rely on the data you base your business-critical decisions on, and the SQL Server EIM solution provides this peace of mind through comprehensive support for data governance. SQL Server Data Quality Services (DQS) provides a knowledge-based solution for cleansing and deduplicating data to ensure the accuracy of integrity of your data. With DOS, you assess the completeness and accuracy of your data, validate and correct it based on business knowledge and standards-based datsets in the Azure data market, and detect and eliminate duplicate data entries. Master Data Services (MDS) provides a platform for master data management; enabling you to create definitive data models for business entities and hierarchies. With MDS you can enforce consistent data representations of business entities across applications and systems, helping you ensure that the entire enterprise has a single view of the business. Both DQS and MDS can be easily integrated into SSIS data flows. You can use DQS to cleanse data while in-flight, and the SQL Server-based MDS staging tables and subscription views mean that SSIS can be the "heart" that pumps data from diverse systems through the master data management hub to ensure its consistency and standardization. Empower Business Users Microsoft believes that business data belongs to the business, not to IT. SQL Server EIM technologies enable IT to manage the data integration platform effectively, while empowering the business users who best understand the data to manage its governance and quality. Business users can use the intuitive DQS tool to explore data and use their domain knowledge supplemented with standards-based datsets in the Azure data market to define data quaity rules. A wizard-based interface then makes it easy to perform data cleansing and matching, and export the results to Excel. The MDS Add-in extends the familiar Excel interface, giving users the power to update data (dimensions, hierarchies), validate the data, and publish changes back to the underlying database or data warehouse without IT intervention. All of these capabilities for a complete EIM platform are provided to customers as a core part of the SQL Server Enterprise database license at no additional cost. Join the conversation


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