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  1. Preface
  2. Upgrade Overview
  3. Before You Upgrade the Domain
  4. Prepare for the Upgrade
  5. Upgrade the Domain
  6. Upgrade the Domain with Changes to Node Configuration
  7. Before You Upgrade the Application Services
  8. Application Service Upgrade
  9. Informatica Client Upgrade
  10. After You Upgrade
  11. Upgrade Checklist

Upgrading from Version 10.1

Upgrading from Version 10.1

Split the Domain

Split the Domain

Version 10.2.1 supports Informatica big data products, such as Big Data Management and Big Data Quality. It does not support traditional products such as PowerCenter and Informatica Data Quality. If your domain contains both big data and traditional products, you must split the domain before you perform the upgrade.
You split the domain so that you can run big data products and traditional products in separate domains. An application service can be unique to big data or traditional products, or it can be common. For example, the Catalog Service is unique to a big data domain, and the Data Integration Service can run in both the big data and the traditional domains.
Consider the following high-level process when you split the domain:
Complete preliminary tasks
Complete preliminary tasks such as preparing databases and backing up repositories.
Split the domain
When you split the domain you copy the installation directory and define a target domain through the command line. You also update some application service properties in each domain.
Complete final tasks
To complete the split, you upgrade and rename the domain and configure the Developer tool.
For details about splitting the domain, refer to the article How to Split the Domain on Informatica Network.