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TWS Education. TWA New Job Types with Tivoli Workload Scheduler for Applications 8.6. Agenda. Introduction Business Intelligence at a glance TWS as integration platform for BI processes New Excutors Cognos DataStage Informatica BigInsigths. Introduction.

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    1. TWS Education TWA New Job Types with Tivoli Workload Scheduler for Applications 8.6

    2. Agenda • Introduction • Business Intelligence at a glance • TWS as integration platform for BI processes • New Excutors • Cognos • DataStage • Informatica • BigInsigths

    3. Introduction With TWS for Applications 8.6 you can schedule Business Intelligence workloads

    4. Missed opportunity Why is Big Intelligence important? Data AVAILABLE to an organization data an organization can PROCESS Organizations are able to process less and less of the available data. Enterprises are “more blind” to new opportunities. 4

    5. What can you do with Business Intelligence ? Financial Services • Fraud detection • Risk management • 360° View of the Customer Utilities • Weather impact analysis on power generation • Transmission monitoring • Smart grid management Transportation • Weather and traffic impact on logistics and fuel consumption IT • Transition log analysis for multiple transactional systems • Cybersecurity Health & Life Sciences Retail • 360° View of the Customer • Click-stream analysis • Real-time promotions • Epidemic early warning system • ICU monitoring • Remote healthcare monitoring Telecommunications • CDR processing • Churn prediction • Geomapping / marketing • Network monitoring Law Enforcement • Real-time multimodal surveillance • Situational awareness • Cyber security detection 5

    6. The Business Intelligence Data Platform InfoSphere BigInsights Hadoop-based low latency analytics for variety and volume Hadoop Information Integration Stream Computing InfoSphere Information Server High volume data integration and transformation InfoSphere Streams Low Latency Analytics for streaming data MPP Data Warehouse IBM InfoSphere Warehouse Large volume structured data analytics IBM Netezza High Capacity Appliance Queryable Archive Structured Data IBM Netezza 1000 BI+Ad Hoc Analytics Structured Data IBM Smart Analytics System Operational Analytics on Structured Data IBM Informix Timeseries Time-structured analytics

    7. Integrating Big Data will unlock new insights Traditional Approach Structured, analytical, logical New Approach Creative, holistic thought, intuition Hadoop Hadoop StructuredRepeatableLinear UnstructuredExploratory Iterative Monthly sales reportsProfitability analysisCustomer surveys Brand sentiment Product strategy Maximum asset utilization Big Data Shouldn’t Be a Silo. It must be an integrated part of your enterprise information architecture

    8. Business Intelligence as part of Enterprise Workflows Native OS RDBMS Applications Infrastructure Enterprise Integration WebServices JMS

    9. Advanced Workloads Framework TDWC 8.6 zOS Connector (available also for zWAS) TWS 8.6 Master JOB definitions are stored as XML files in the JCL library. Even if direct editing is possible, recommended primary user interface is TDWC. TWS 8.6 Controller Dynamic Agent Dynamic Agent TWA supports pluggable Job Executors, implemented as OSGI bundles

    10. The Big Data Platform TWS for BigInsights InfoSphere BigInsights Hadoop-based low latency analytics for variety and volume TWS for InfoSphere Datastage TWS for Informatica * Not an IBMSW Hadoop Information Integration Stream Computing InfoSphere Information Server High volume data integration and transformation InfoSphere Streams Low Latency Analytics for streaming data TWS for Cognos reporting MPP Data Warehouse IBM InfoSphere Warehouse Large volume structured data analytics IBM Netezza High Capacity Appliance Queryable Archive Structured Data IBM Netezza 1000 BI+Ad Hoc Analytics Structured Data IBM Smart Analytics System Operational Analytics on Structured Data IBM Informix Timeseries Time-structured analytics TWS for Netezza (*) Platform LSF Integration (*) * Not yet available

    11. BigInsights Integration BigInsights UI TDWC

    12. Cognos Integration Cognos UI TDWC

    13. DataStage Integration DataStage UI TDWC

    14. Informatica Integration Informatica UI TDWC