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Informatica Powercenter 8.X/9.X


Informatica, the global giant in data warehousing solutions offers data integration tools for enterprise. These programs are a proven solution for enterprises and have set standards for highly scalable and high-performance solutions. Informatica is the market leader in the data integration software and services, working towards solving the problem of data fragmentation across disparate systems, helping organizations gain greater business value from all their information assets. We an unique combination of deep knowledge of the enterprise data integration platform, coupled with our expertise in training software professionals on existing and emerging technologies.

  • Overview
  • History Of Informatica
  • Opportunities Of Informatica
  • Other Etl Tools
  • Power Center Administration
  • Informatica Power Center Architecture
  • Power Center Components
  • Etl Plan
  • Power Center Clients
  • Designer
  • Workflow Manager
  • Work Flow Monitor
  • Workflow Manager
  • Repository Manager
  • Power Center Repository
  • Administrative Tool
  • Repository Services
  • Integration Services
  • Power Center Domain
  • Application Services
  • Concept Of Nodes And Grid
  • Service Manager
  • Power Center Administration Console
  • Repository Administration
  • Creating Repository Users And Groups
  • Connecting To The Repository
  • Creating A Group
  • Assigning Privileges To A Group
  • Creating A User
  • Creating A Folder
  • Folder Permissions

SAP BusinessObjects


SAP BusinessObjects software training will help you to gain better insight into your business and will improve decision-making and enterprise performance. Business intelligence - it's a smart investment decision. We proudly delivers standard BusinessObjects training classes for both the technical IT professional and business end-user. All classes are taught by certified instructors that have completed the rigorous SAP BusinessObjects certification process and have experience in delivering in private and onsite classes as well as in formal classroom settings.

  • Overview
  • OLTP vs. OLAP
  • Types of OLAP
  • Dimensional modelling
  • Data mart/Data warehouse Life cycle
  • Star/Snow/Extended Star schema design
  • Joins & Cardinality
  • Views/Materialized Views
  • Date/Time Functions
  • Conversion functions
  • Derived table & Stored Procedure

  • ARCHITECTURAL OVERVIEW
  • Client tier components
  • Application tier components
  • Intelligence tier
  • Processing tier
  • Data tier
  • Security management
  • Information flow

  • UNIVERSE DESIGN
  • Understanding Business Objects Universes
  • Creating the Course Universe
  • Building the Universe Structure
  • Creating Dimension Objects
  • Creating Measure Objects
  • Resolving Loops in a Universe
  • Resolving SQL Traps
  • Using List of Values
  • Applying Restrictions on Objects
  • Using @Functions with Objects
  • Using Hierarchies
  • Deriving Tables & Indexes
  • Working with Aggregate Awareness
  • Designing Advanced Objects
  • Creating Predefined Condition
  • LOVs & Joins
  • Securing Universes
  • Implementing Universe Life Cycle Mgmt.
  • Maintaining & Optimizing Universes
  • Creating Universe from Other Data sources

Software Configuration Management Engineer


Software Configuration Management (SCM) is the the overall management of a software design project as it evolves into a software product or system. This includes technical aspects of the project, all level of communications, organization, and the control of modifications changes to the project plan by the programmers during the development phase. Software Configuration Management is also called Software Control Management.

  • Development Languages
  • Java
  • .Net
  • C/C++
  • SCM Tools
  • IBM Rational Clearcase
  • Subversion (SVN)
  • Perforce
  • MS Team Foundation Server (TFS)

  • Build Tools
  • ANT
  • Maven
  • Make/Clear Make/ OMake
  • NANT
  • MS Build

  • Application/ Web Servers
  • Oracle Weblogic
  • IBM Websphere
  • Apache Tomcat
  • JBoss
  • Microsoft IIS

  • Bug Tracking Tools
  • Rational Clear Quest
  • HP Quality Center
  • JIRA
  • Bugzilla

  • Continuous Integration Tools
  • Hudson
  • Cruise Control
  • Anthill Pro
  • Team City
  • Build Forge

  • Scripting
  • Unix Shell Script
  • Perl
  • Tcl
  • Python/Jython

Java Web Services & Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Training


Web services revolutionize the way businesses interact by enabling interoperability between applications on different hardware and software platforms. The Java APIs for XML Web Services (JAX-WS) deliver a set of powerful tools to develop a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). This course provides the skills to design and build web services using Java.

Modern applications (in the data center or in the cloud) depend on implementing services that merge business and technical requirements to support the needs of an organization. In this course, you learn how to model, design and orchestrate services to create an effective SOA.

  • Elements of SOA
  • Overview of the elements that make up a SOA-based system

  • Web Services
  • Introduce Web Services and their fit with SOA
  • Introduce Core elements of a Web Services SOA
  • SOAP, WSDL, UDDI
  • Outline other WS-* Standards
  • Consider transactions with SOA and Web Services
  • Discuss WS-Security

  • Basic JAX-WS Java Services
  • Consider how web services can be created in Java
  • Look at the JAX-WS approach in detail
  • Examine how JAX-WS works
  • Look at the JAX-WS Annotations
  • JAX-WS requirements on a POJO
  • Creating JAX-WS services
  • Implementing web service clients

  • RESTFul Java Services
  • Introduction REST as a concept
  • Present the structure of a RESTFul System
  • Consider how a RESTFul Web Service may be built
  • Look at how JAX-WS supports REST
  • Creating RESTFul services
  • How to implement RESTFul Web service clients

  • Data Binding in Java Web Services
  • Data Transfer in Web Services
  • Mapping Java Objects to XML
  • Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB)
  • Working with JAXB
  • Using JAXB in a WEB Service and its Client

  • EJB 3 based Web Services
  • Introduce JAX-WS and EJB 3
  • Overview of EJB 3
  • Publishing an EJB Stateless Bean as a JAX-WS Service
  • Invoking the service form a client

  • Security and Web Services
  • Introduce security for remote applications
  • Consider Web Service security
  • Examine the differences from traditional web apps
  • Look at the Web Service security specifications
  • Examine how to deploy a secure web service

  • Transactions and Web Services
  • Introduce Transactions in General
  • Examine WS-* transaction related specifications
  • Examine Web Service Interoperability Technologies (WSIT)
  • Examine how a transactional web service can be defined
  • Explore how clients for such a web service can be written

  • Web Services and Registries
  • What is a service registry? And why have one
  • What is UDDI? What is JAXR
  • Implementing a JAXR Client

  • BPEL (Business Process Execution Language)
  • Examine the need for BPEL
  • PEL and WSDL
  • Defining a BPEL process
  • An example BPEL process

  • ESBs (and OpenESB) Enterprise Service Bus
  • Revisit the concept of an ESB
  • Examine the Open Source options
  • Look at OpenESB in detail
  • Understand how applications are constructed and deployed to OpenESB
  • Consider when an ESB could be used

  • SOA Design Patterns
  • Types of SOA interaction
  • Design patterns help at architectural level

  • SOA Specific Design patterns
  • Asynchronous message patterns
  • Conversational patterns
  • Process Patterns
  • Architectural patterns

  • JAX-WS RI Extras
  • Examine some JAX-WS RI
  • Extensions Stateful web services
  • Different transport mechanisms (Not just SOAP/HTTP)
  • Asynchronous services

Oracle


Oracle Training Classes – Learn the Oracle database. Oracle is one of the most widely used relational database management systems. The Oracle database provides the foundation for data managment in many of the top corporations worldwide. We offers instructor-led training classes for Oracle database PL/SQL, administration and development.

  • Course Curriculum
  • The Oracle database environment
  • Basic SQL*PLUS commands
  • Basic SELECT Statement
  • Ordering the output
  • Conditional retrieval of data
  • Working with variables
  • Pseudo columns and functions
  • Using non-character function
  • Using the SET operators
  • Aggregating data using group functions
  • Creating Sub queries
  • Enhancing groups function
  • Transaction Control Language
  • Processing hierarchies
  • Data Manipulation Language
  • Data Definition Language
  • Using Declarative Constraints
  • Database Security
  • Improving query performance
  • Other Concepts
  • Blocks
  • Variables
  • Control structures
  • Cursors
  • Printing Values to Screen
  • Procedures
  • Functions
  • Packages
  • Design Tips and Techniques
  • Triggers
  • Dynamic SQL
  • Oracle Supplied packages
  • Collection data types

PL SQL


The Oracle PL/SQL language is a flexible procedural extension to SQL and increases productivity, performance, scalability, portability and security. In this course, you will gain the practical knowledge to write PL/SQL programs. You will learn to build stored procedures, design and execute modular applications, and increase the efficiency of data movement.

  • Course Curriculum
  • Basics of PL/SQL
  • PL/SQL structures
  • Error checking exception handling
  • Boolean logic in PL/SQL
  • Cursors in PL/SQL
  • Iteration in PL/SQL
  • PL/SQL tables
  • Dynamic SQL in PL/SQL
  • Nested blocks in PL/SQL
  • Triggers in PL/SQL
  • Stored procedures, functions and packages
  • Bulking in PL/SQL
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