Course Specifics

Course Outline

Oracle Business Intelligence Application: Overview

  • Exploring Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) Applications
  • Exploring the key components of Oracle BI Applications
  • Exploring Oracle BI Applications integration with transactional applications

Oracle Business Intelligence Applications Architecture: Overview

  • Exploring the Oracle BI Applications logical architecture
  • Exploring the process flow of building the data warehouse
  • Employing the recommended deployment options to maximize data warehouse performance
  • Exploring the core components supporting the OBAW and the functions performed by each core component

Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse Content

  • Exploring the content of the OBAW
  • Exploring OBAW tables

Installing Oracle Business Intelligence Applications

  • Identifying the installation prerequisites
  • Configuring the Data Warehouse Administration Console (DAC)
  • Configuring Informatica Workflow Manager

Understanding the ETL Process

  • Exploring the extract, transform, and load (ETL) process used to load the OBAW
  • Identifying the differences between a full load and an incremental load of the OBAW
  • Identifying the applications and mechanisms used to support the ETL process

Working with Informatica Designer

  • Identifying the Informatica repository objects used to configure the OBAW
  • Navigating the set of tools in Informatica Designer used to configure Informatica repository objects

Working with Informatica Workflow Manager

  • Navigating Informatica Workflow Manager
  • Running workflows and sessions using Informatica Workflow Manager
  • Monitoring workflows using Informatica Workflow Monitor

Exploring SDE and SIL Mappings

  • Describing the differences between Source-Dependent Extract (SDE) and Source-Independent Load (SIL) mappings
  • Identifying typical objects and their mechanics in SDE and SIL mappings

Working with the Data Warehouse Administration Console

  • Using the tools and views of the DAC
  • Describing DAC objects, how they relate to each other, and their roles in the OBAW ETL process

Configuring Analytical Applications

  • Performing preload configuration steps that apply to Oracle Business Intelligence Applications deployed with any source system

Customizing DAC Metadata and Running an Execution Plan

  • Creating custom metadata objects in the DAC
  • Running a DAC execution plan and monitoring the results

Customizing Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse

  • Identifying and describing customization categories and scenarios associated with OBAW
  • Applying OBAW customization best practices

Adding Columns to an Existing Dimension Table

  • Completing the steps in a Category 1 customization of the OBAW
  • Adding a column to an existing dimension table in the OBAW and populating it with data

Adding a New Dimension in OBAW

  • Completing the steps in a Category 2 customization of the OBAW
  • Performing the customization steps for adding a new dimension to the Oracle Business Analytics Warehouse

Integrating Security for Oracle Business Intelligence Applications

  • Exploring the types of security in Oracle BI Applications
  • Describing how Oracle BI integrates with the Oracle Fusion Middleware security platform
  • Identifying how BI Application object and data security integrate with Siebel responsiblities

Exploring the Change Capture Process

  • Describing the change capture process
  • Exploring and generating change capture tables and views

Capturing and Applying Deletes

  • Generating and executing delete triggers
  • Building mappings to capture and apply deletes

Managing OBAW Performance

  • Exploring strategies for increasing ETL and query performance
  • Identifying common performance bottlenecks
  • Configuring servers to optimize ETL and query performance

Thinking about Onsite?

If you need training for 3 or more people, you should ask us about onsite training. Putting aside the obvious location benefit, content can be customised to better meet your business objectives and more can be covered than in a public classroom. It's a cost effective option.

Submit an enquiry from any page on this site, and let us know you are interested in the requirements box, or simply mention it when we contact you.

Scheduled Dates

  • Location
    Cost
    Duration
    Start Date
     
Virtual Class
  • Virtual Class
    3320
    4
    03 Feb 15
  • Virtual Class
    4120
    4
    03 Feb 15
  • Virtual Class
    3320
    4
    16 Feb 15
  • Virtual Class
    4120
    4
    16 Feb 15
  • Virtual Class
    3320
    4
    31 Mar 15
  • Virtual Class
    4120
    4
    31 Mar 15
  • Virtual Class
    3320
    4
    19 May 15
  • Virtual Class
    4120
    4
    19 May 15

Quick Links