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Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog  10.4.0.2.6 has been released to shipping and is available immediately

  • What are we announcing?
    • Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog  10.4.0.2.6
  • Who would benefit from this release?
    • This release is for all Enterprise Data Catalog customers and prospects. Apply 10.4.0.2.65
  • What’s in this release?
    • This update provides the latest fixes for customer issues.

Release Notes: https://docs.informatica.com/data-catalog/enterprise-data-catalog/10-4-0/release-notes--10-4-0-2-6-/preface.html

Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog 10.4.1.2.1 has been released to shipping and is available immediately

  • What are we announcing?
    • Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog  10.4.1.2.1
  • Who would benefit from this release?
    • This release is for all Enterprise Data Catalog customers and prospects. Apply 10.4.1.2.1 after install or upgrade to Informatica 10.4.1.2
  • What’s in this release?
    • This update provides the latest fixes for customer issues.

 

Release Notes: -  https://docs.informatica.com/data-catalog/enterprise-data-catalog/10-4-1/release-notes--10-4-1-2-1-/preface.html

Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog 10.4.0.2.5 has been released to shipping and is available immediately.

 

What are we announcing?

Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog 10.4.0.2.5

 

Who would benefit from this release?

This release is for all Enterprise Data Catalog customers and prospects. Apply 10.4.0.2.5 after installing or upgrade to Informatica 10.4.0.2  or 10.4.0.2.4

 

What’s in this release?

This update provides the latest fixes for customer issues.

 

Release Notes: https://docs.informatica.com/data-catalog/enterprise-data-catalog/10-4-0/release-notes--10-4-0-2-5-/preface.html

Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog 10.4.1.1.1 has been released to shipping and is available immediately.

 

  • What are we announcing?
    • Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog 10.4.1.1.1.
  • Who would benefit from this release?
    • This release is for all Enterprise Data Catalog customers and prospects.
    • Apply 10.4.1.1.1 after installing or upgrading to Informatica 10.4.1.1.
  • What’s in this release?
    • This update provides the latest fixes for customer issues.

 

Release Notes: https://docs.informatica.com/data-catalog/enterprise-data-catalog/10-4-1/release-notes--10-4-1-1-1-.html

Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog 10.4.0.2.4 has been released to shipping and is available immediately

 

  • What are we announcing?
    • Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog  10.4.0.2.4

 

  • Who would benefit from this release?
    • This release is for all Enterprise Data Catalog customers and prospects. Apply 10.4.0.2.4 after install or upgrade to Informatica 10.4.0.2 or 10.4.0.2.3

 

  • What’s in this release?
    • This update provides the latest fixes for customer issues.

 

Release notes: https://docs.informatica.com/data-catalog/enterprise-data-catalog/10-4-0/release-notes--10-4-0-2-4-/preface.html

Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog  10.4.0.2.3 has been released to shipping and is available immediately.

 

  • What are we announcing?
    • Informatica EnterpriseData Catalog  10.4.0.2.3
  • Who would benefit from this release?
    • This release is for all Enterprise Data Catalog customers and prospects. Apply  10.4.0.2.3 after install or upgrade to Informatica 10.4.0.2 or 10.4.0.2.2
  • What’s in this release?
    • This update provides the latest fixes for customer issues.

 

Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog Advanced Scanners 10.4.1.0.1 has been released to shipping and is available immediately.

 

What are we announcing?

  • The release of Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog Advanced Scanners 10.4.1.0.1

Who would benefit from this release?

  • This release is for all customers and prospects who want to take advantage of the advanced metadata extraction capabilities with Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog.

What’s in this release? 

  • This release provides new features included in Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog Advanced Scanners

Scanners

  • IBM InfoSphere DataStage is now GA.
  • SAP BW is now GA.
  • SAP BW/4HANA is now GA.
  • Microsoft SSIS: View detailed lineage for transformations, extract metadata from the SSIS database, view the field-level lineage for flat files, and view the control summary of SSIS assets.
  • Oracle stored procedures and scripts: Ability to extract detailed data lineage at asset and column level for stored procedures, functions, and packages. PL/SQL and loader scripts for Oracle including static and dynamic SQL statements.
  • MS SQL Server stored procedures and scripts: Ability to extract detailed data lineage at asset and column level for stored procedures, functions, and packages. Transact-SQL scripts for MS SQL Server including static and dynamic SQL statements.
  • Teradata stored procedures and scripts: Ability to extract detailed data lineage at asset and column level for stored procedures. Macros, BTEQ, Fastload, MultiLoad, FastExport scripts for Teradata including static and dynamic SQL statements.
  • IBM DB2 stored procedures and scripts: Ability to extract detailed data lineage at asset and column level for stored procedures, functions, and packages. PL/SQL and loader scripts for IBM DB2 LUW including static and dynamic SQL statements.
  • Netezza (IBM PureData systems) stored procedures and scripts: Ability to extract detailed data lineage at asset and column level for stored procedures, functions, and packages. NZPLSQL and nzload Scripts for Netezza including static and dynamic SQL statements.
  • Sysbase ASE stored procedures and scripts: Ability to extract detailed data lineage at asset and column level for stored procedures, functions, and packages. Transact-SQL scripts for Sysbase ASE including static and dynamic SQL statements.
  • SAS base: Ability to extract object metadata as well as detailed lineage at asset and column level from SAS programs.
  • Microsoft SSRS: Extract datasets and report metadata including lineage at field level from Microsoft SSRS.
  • Microsoft SSAS: Extract data sources, cubes, measures, and dimensions metadata including lineage at field level from Microsoft SSAS.
  • JCL: Extract JCL program metadata including lineage between data objects (DB2 assets, VSAM Files, etc.)
  • COBOL: Extract metadata from COBOL program and copybooks.
  • Advanced Custom Metadata Loader: Accelerate the creation of custom metadata model and automate load of custom metadata from CSV, XLS, XML, JSON, or databases into the catalog using the EDC Advanced Custom Metadata Loader.

 

PAM Update

 

  • Stored procedures and scripts for Oracle 11gR2, 12c,12cR1, 12cR2, 18c, 19c
  • Stored procedures and scripts for MS SQL Server 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019
  • Stored procedures and scripts for Teradata 15.10, 16.00, 16.20
  • Stored procedures and scripts for IBM DB2 10.5, 11.1
  • Stored procedures and scripts for Netezza 7.2
  • Stored procedures and scripts for Sybase ASE 7.2
  • Microsoft SSRS 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019
  • Microsoft SSAS 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019
  • SAS 9.2, 9.3, 9.4
  • JCL on z/OS 1.11+, z/OS 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4
  • COBOL 4.2, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3

Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog  10.4.1.0.1 has been released to shipping and is available immediately.

Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog 10.4.0.2.2 has been released to shipping and is available immediately.

Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog 10.4.0.2.1 has been released to shipping and is available immediately.

 

What are we announcing?

Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog 10.4.0.2.1

Who would benefit from this release?

This release is for all Enterprise Data Catalog customers and prospects. Apply 10.4.0.2.1 after install or upgrade to Informatica 10.4.0.2.

 

What’s in this release?

This update provides the latest fixes for customer issues.

 

Release Notes: https://docs.informatica.com/data-catalog/enterprise-data-catalog/10-4-0/release-notes--10-4-0-2-1-/preface.html

In EDC 10.2.2, Informatica has introduced a scanner for workday.

 

Here is a video presenting the details of the workday metadata scanner

 

https://informatica.zoom.us/recording/share/NlSXcir78Zp42S8adiopXJ8qgfFjhUiUsPQE0IHP7FiwIumekTziMw

What's new in EDC 10.2.2 is capture in this meet the experts webinar that you can watch following this link.

 

Meet the Experts – EDC 10.2.2 Release Deep-Dive & Demo

When it comes to extracting metadata from different systems, it can become very complex as each system has its own way to store and offer metadata. Often data store system type offer a way to access the data via JDBC, but JDBC drivers functionality implementation may vary and not all function necessary for metadata extraction are always implmented.

 

The EDC JDBC scanner expect a certain number of functions to be implemented and those needs to be in a certain so that metadata can be extracted in bulk (use of getColumns method without specifying table name for example)

 

In order to workaround some limitation of certain JDBC drivers, there is a possibility to extract the metadata by using the JDBC driver available feature and bring the extracted metadata into the catalog via custom scanner.

 

Below is a link to an example of such metadata extractor that has been tested for Denodo.

 

Custom-Scanners/JDBC_Scanner at master · Informatica-EIC/Custom-Scanners · GitHub

 

this can easily be extended to other systems that are not yet ceritified with EDC such as AWS Athena, Alibaba Max Compute, etc. by providing the right JDBC driver and understanding what JDBC method is available with the driver.