Oracle Data Integrator Administration and Development

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What you will learn:

Oracle Data Integrator 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 SOA-enabled data services. Oracle Data Integrator’s Extract, Load, Transform (E-LT) architecture leverages disparate RDBMS engines to process and transform the data – the approach that optimizes performance, scalability and lowers overall solution costs.

This offering details on how to use Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) to implement high-performance movement and transformation of data among various platforms. It also deals with usage of ODI graphical user interfaces that enable user to access different ODI components and resources that form ODI infrastructure. Using the graphical interfaces, you create and manage ODI repositories, which stores configuration information about the IT infrastructure, the metadata for all applications, projects, models and other ODI artifacts. You also learn how to create the ODI Topology, organize ODI models and design ODI interfaces, procedures, packages and other objects.

• Business Analysts
• Data Modelers
• Database Administrators
• SOA Architect
• Data Warehouse Administrator
• Technical Consultant
Course Objectives:
• Describe architecture of Oracle Data Integrator 10g
• Apply ODI Topology concepts for data integration
• Describe ODI Model concepts
• Design ODI Interfaces, Procedures, and Packages to perform ELT data transformations
• Explore, audit data, and enforce data quality with ODI
• Administer ODI resources and setup security with ODI
• Implement Changed Data Capture with ODI
• Use ODI Web services and perform integration of ODI with SOA
Course Topics:
• Identifying the Course Units
• What is Oracle Data Integrator?
• Why Oracle Data Integrator?
• Overview of ODI 10g Architecture
• Overview of ODI 10g 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 WorkRepository
• 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 Manager
• 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 Datastores
• Using Constraints in ODI
• Creating Keys and References

Organizing ODI Models and Creating Datastores
• 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 Datastores
• 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
• Using Open Tools
• Installing Open Tools
• Using Open Tools in a Package
• Using Open Tools in a Procedure or in a KM
• Developing Your Own Open Tools
• Setting Up ODI Security
• Defining Security Policies
• Defining Password Policies

Using Web Services and Integration of Oracle Data Integrator with SOA
• Web Services in Action
• Using Data Services
• Setting Up Data Services
• Testing Data Services
• Installing Public Web Services
• Using Public Web Services
• Invoking Web Services
• Integrating ODI with SOA

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