Oracle Data Integrator ODI Consultant Training Video for self study

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Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) is a comprehensive data integration platform that covers all data integration requirements from high-volume, high-performance batch loads to event-driven integration processes and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)-enabled data services. ODI's Extract, Load, Transform (ELT) architecture uses disparate relational database management system (RDBMS) engines to process and transform the data. The ELT approach optimizes performance and scalability while lowering overall solution costs.

Erpselftraining.com Provides the Best Oracle Data Integrator ODI pre-recorded online Training based on the Real time Scenarios ,best suited for the Project Requirements, teaching by Highly Experienced Real time Experts at affordable prices.

the total duration of the course is around 24 Hrs.


    Identifying the Course Content

    What is Oracle Data Integrator

    Why Oracle Data Integrator

    Overview of ODI 11g Architecture

    Overview of ODI 11g Components

    About Graphical Modules

    Types of ODI Agents

    Overview of Oracle Data Integrator Repositories

    Administering ODI Repositories and Agents

    Administrating the ODI Repositories

    Creating Repository Storage Spaces

    Creating and Connecting to the Master Repository

    Creating and Connecting to the Work Repository

    Managing ODI Agents

    Creating a Physical Agent

    Launching a Listener, Scheduler and Web Agent

    Example of Load Balancing

    ODI Topology Concepts

    Overview of ODI Topology

    About Data Servers and Physical Schemas

    Defining the Physical Architecture

    Defining the Logical Architecture

    Mapping Logical and Physical Resources

    Defining Agents

    Defining a Topology

    Planning the Topology

    Describing the Physical and Logical Architecture

    Overview of Topology Navigator

    Creating Physical Architecture

    Creating a Data Server

    Testing a Data Server Connection

    Creating a Physical Schema

    Creating Logical Architecture

    Overview of Logical Architecture and Context Views

    Linking the Logical and Physical Architecture

    Setting Up a New ODI Project

    Overview of ODI Projects

    Creating a New Project

    Using Folders

    Organizing Projects and Folders

    Understanding Knowledge Modules

    Exchanging ODI Objects

    Exporting and Importing Objects

    Using Markers

    Oracle Data Integrator Model Concepts

    What is a Model

    Understanding Metadata in ODI

    Understanding Reverse Engineering

    Creating Models

    Organizing Models

    Creating Data stores

    Using Constraints in ODI

    Creating Keys and References

    Organizing ODI Models and Creating Data stores

    What is an Interface

    Business Rules for Interfaces

    What is a Mapping

    What is a Join

    What is a Filter

    What is a Constraint

    What is a Staging Area

    Creating a Basic Interface

    ODI Interface Concepts

    What is an Interface

    Business Rules for Interfaces

    What is a Mapping, Filter, Join

    Overview of Integration Process

    What is a Staging Area

    About Execution Location

    Using Knowledge Modules (KM) with ODI Interface

    Creating a Basic Interface

    Designing Interfaces

    Designing an Interface

    Multiple Source Data stores

    Creating Joins

    Filtering data

    Disabling Transformations

    Overview of the Flow

    Specifying the Staging Area

    Selecting Knowledge Modules

    Interfaces: Monitoring and Debugging

    Monitoring Interfaces

    Using Operator

    Viewing Sessions and Tasks

    How to Monitor Execution of an Interface

    How to Troubleshoot a Session

    Keys to Reviewing the Generated Code

    Working with Errors

    Tips for Preventing Errors

    Designing Interfaces: Advanced Topics

    Using Business Rules in Interfaces

    Overview of Business Rule Elements

    Using variables

    Using User Functions

    Using Substitution Methods

    Modifying a KM

    Developing Your Own KM

    Using RKM for Customized Reverse Engineering

    Using ODI procedures

    What is a Procedure

    Examples of Procedures

    Creating Procedures

    Adding Commands

    Adding Options

    Running a Procedure

    Using Operator to View Results

    Using ODI Packages

    What is a package

    Creating a package

    Executing a package

    Creating Advanced Packages

    Error handling

    Controlling an Execution Path

    Creating a Loop

    Using the Advanced tab

    Managing ODI Scenarios and Versions

    What is a Scenario

    Managing Scenarios

    Preparing Scenarios for Deployment

    Automating Scenario Management

    Scheduling the ODI Scenario

    Overview of ODI version management

    Using Version Browser and Version Comparison Tool

    Handling concurrent changes

    Enforcing Data Quality and Auditing Data with ODI

    Why Data Quality

    When to Enforce Data Quality

    Data Quality in Source Applications

    Data Quality Control in the Integration Process

    Data Quality in the Target Applications

    Enforcing Data Quality

    Exploring Your Data

    Auditing Data Quality

    Working with Changed Data Capture

    Overview of ODI version management

    Techniques of Changed Data Capture

    Changed Data Capture in ODI

    CDC Strategies and Infrastructure

    CDC Consistency

    Using CDC

    Viewing Data/Changed data

    Using Journalizing

    Administering ODI Resources: Advanced Topics

   Setting Up ODI Security

    Defining Security Policies

    Defining Password Policies

    Hyperion integration with ODI


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