A canonical data model is a common model used by an organization or data exchange group that standardizes the format in which data will be shared. In a hub-and-spoke data interaction design pattern, all systems that want to provide or receive data interact only with a central information hub. Data is transformed from or to a sending or receiving system based on a common or enterprise message format for the organization (a canonical model). (See .) Use of a canonical model limits the number of data transformations needed by any system or organization exchanging data. Each system needs to transform data only to and from the cen...
- CHAPTER 8 Data Integration and Interoperability
- from DAMA-DMBOK: Data Management Body of Knowledge (2nd Edition)
- Publisher: Technics Publications
- Released: July 2017
Definição de Modelo Canonico
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