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1.InfoSphere Information Server Packs 1.1.A closer look at InfoSphere Information Server Packs 1.1.1.IBM InfoSphere Information Server Pack for SAP BW 1.1.2.IBM InfoSphere Information Server Pack for SAP R/3 1.1.3.IBM InfoSphere Information Server Pack for Siebel 1.1.4.IBM InfoSphere Information Server Pack for Oracle Applications 1.1.5.IBM InfoSphere Information Server Pack for PeopleSoft Enterprise 1.1.6.IBM InfoSphere Information Server Pack for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 2.InfoSphere Federation Server 2.1.Introduction to InfoSphere Federation Server 2.2.A closer look at InfoSphere Federation Server 2.2.1.The federated server and database 2.2.2.Wrappers and other federated objects 2.2.3.Query optimization 2.2.4.Two-phase commit for federated transactions 2.2.5.IBM InfoSphere Data Architect 2.3.InfoSphere Federation Server tasks 2.3.1.Federated objects 2.3.2.Managing a Federated Database 2.3.3.Materialized Query tables for faster query performance 2.3.4.Federated stored procedures 3.InfoSphere Replication Server 4.InfoSphere Data Event Publisher 
Companion products for IBM InfoSphere Information Server
Companion products for IBM® InfoSphere™ Information Server provide extended connectivity for enterprise applications, changedata capture, and high-speed, event-based replication and publishing from databases.IBM InfoSphere Information Server Packs provide connectivity to widely used enterprise applications such as SAP and Oracle.These prebuilt packages enable companies to integrate data from existing enterprise applications into new business systems.IBM InfoSphere DataStage® change data capture products help you transport only the insert, update, and delete operations froma variety of commercial databases such as Microsoft SQL Server and IBM IMS™.IBM InfoSphere Federation Server allows organizations to virtualize their data and provide information in a form that applicationsand users need while hiding the complexity of the underlying sources. Data virtualization allows information to be accessedthrough a common interface that centralizes the control of data access.IBM InfoSphere Replication Server provides a high-volume, low-latency data replication solution that uses WebSphere® MQmessage queues for high availability and disaster recovery, data synchronization, and data distribution.IBM InfoSphere Data Event Publisher detects and responds to data changes in source systems, publishing changes to subscribedsystems, or feeding changed data into other modules for event-based processing.
InfoSphere Information Server Packs
 IBM InfoSphere Information Server Packs enable a company to use IBM InfoSphere Information Analyzer, IBM InfoSphereQualityStage, IBM InfoSphere DataStage, and SOA-based capabilities to create a complete data integration solution.
InfoSphere Federation Server
 IBM InfoSphere Information Server provides industry-leading federation with IBM InfoSphere Federation Server thatenables enterprises to access and integrate diverse data and content, structured and unstructured, mainframe anddistributed, public and private, as if it were a single resource.
InfoSphere Replication Server
 IBM InfoSphere Replication Server distributes, consolidates, and synchronizes data for high availability, high throughput,and business continuity.
InfoSphere Data Event Publisher
 IBM InfoSphere Data Event Publisher captures changed-data events and publishes them as WebSphere MQ messages
IBM InfoSphere Foundation Tools, IBM InfoSphere Information Server, Version 8.5Feedback
 
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that can be used by other applications to drive subsequent processing.
Parent topic:
 Introduction to InfoSphere Information Server This topic is also in the
IBM InfoSphere Information Server Introduction 
.
Last updated: 2010-09-30
 
InfoSphere Information Server Packs
IBM® InfoSphere™ Information Server Packs enable a company to use IBM InfoSphere Information Analyzer, IBM InfoSphereQualityStage, IBM InfoSphere DataStage®, and SOA-based capabilities to create a complete data integration solution.The InfoSphere Information Server Packs enable enterprise applications to benefit from the following capabilities of IBMInfoSphere Information Server:
Support for complex transformations
Automated data profiling
Best-in-class data quality
Integrated metadata managementThe following products provide InfoSphere DataStage connectivity for enterprise applications:
InfoSphere Information Server Pack for SAP BW
InfoSphere Information Server Pack for SAP R/3
InfoSphere Information Server Pack for Siebel
InfoSphere Information Server Pack for PeopleSoft Enterprise
InfoSphere Information Server Pack for Oracle Applications
InfoSphere Information Server Pack for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
Where IBM InfoSphere Information Server Packs fit within the IBM InfoSphere Information Serverarchitecture
To provide a complete data integration solution, InfoSphere Information Server Packs perform the following functions:
Manage connections to application source systems
Import metadata from source systems
Integrate design and job control in InfoSphere DataStage
Use InfoSphere DataStage to load data to target applications, including other enterprise applications and data warehousesor data marts
Allow bulk extract and load and delta processingFigure 1shows how InfoSphere Information Server Packs fit within the InfoSphere Information Server architecture.
Figure 1. Architectural overview 
 
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Scenarios for IBM InfoSphere Information Server companion products
The following scenarios demonstrate InfoSphere Information Server Packs in a business context:
Life science: Integrating around SAP BW
A global leader in life science laboratory distribution implemented SAP BW for sales, supply chain, and contact center metrics,but still has a huge amount of data on non-SAP systems in areas of enterprise resource planning, financials, and customapplications.The IT department needs to support the business by delivering key sales and revenue status reports and an analyticalworkspace to corporate and field staff in a timely way, meeting scalability requirements, easily managing metadata, and movingdata from sources to targets.The company uses the InfoSphere Information Server Pack for Oracle Applications to access financial and accounts receivabledata, InfoSphere DataStage to transform it, and the InfoSphere Information Server Pack for SAP BW to load the transformeddata into SAP BW.The company now quickly assembles data sources, performs data transformations, and enforces referential integrity beforeloading data into SAP BW. Data is ready faster and the process is easy to use. The business users can react more quickly tochanges in their marketplace.
Lawn care and gardening company and SAP
One of the world's leading producers and marketers of lawn care and gardening products needed to minimize inventory costs atits 22 distribution hubs. But without knowing their customers' forecasted demand, the company was forced to carry excessinventory to protect against running out of stock and creating customer dissatisfaction because of lost sales.Managers realized that if they could collect retail customer point-of-sale and sales forecast data from outside of their SAPapplications, compare it to their internal SAP R/3 data, and properly load it into SAP BW, they could get a customized view ofthe data and properly plan shipments and inventory to meet demand.The company implemented InfoSphere DataStage, InfoSphere Information Analyzer, and InfoSphere Information Server Packsfor SAP R/3 and SAP BW to collect sales data from customers and then cleanse, match, and load that data into SAP BW.The resulting information helped the company lower inventory by 30 percent or $99.4 million in one year, which contributed to a
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