Code: 
D70027
Duration: 
1 Day(s)
Price: 
£500

Overview

This course contains a high-level overview of the application integration concept, Oracle's approach, the various integration applications, and, how each interfaces with different retail applications. After completing this course, you should be able to understand the need for application integration, identify Oracle's integration approaches, define the various Integration methods developed by Oracle, and illustrate the various business flows between the various retail applications.Learn To:Provide a high-level overview of Oracle's Integration approachProvide an overview of Retail Integration Bus solutionProvide an overview of Retail Extract, Transform and Load solutionProvide an overview of Retail Service LayerProvide an overview of Retail Batch Data InterchangeDiscuss the main points about all the integration methods in briefA Live Virtual Class (LVC) is exclusively for registered students; unregistered individuals may not view an LVC at any time. Registered students must view the class from the country listed in the registration form. Unauthorized recording, copying, or transmission of LVC content may not be made.

Audience

  • Application Developers
  • End Users
  • Functional Implementer
  • Sales Consultants
  • Technical Consultant

Skills Gained

  • Define Oracle's Integration Approach for its retail applications
  • Identify the various integration methods
  • Identify the benefits of Enterprise Application Integration
  • Define Retail Integration Bus Integration
  • Provide the product description
  • Illustrate the business flows for RIB Integration
  • Define Retail Extract Transform and Load Integration
  • Provide the product description
  • Illustrate the business flows for RETL Integration
  • Define Retail Service Layer Integration
  • Describe Enterprise Application Integration
  • Provide the product description
  • Illustrate the business flows for RETL Integration
  • Define Retail Batch Data Interchange
  • Illustrate the business flows for RBDI
  • List the benefits for all the oracle developed integration methods

Course Specifics

Course Outline

An overview of Oracle Retail Integration Approach

  • Providing an overview of Enterprise Application Integration
  • Identifying the various integration methods developed by Oracle
  • Listing the benefits of Enterprise application integration
  • Illustrating Oracle Retail Integration methodologies

An overview of Retail Integration Bus

  • Defining the characteristics of RIB
  • Listing the benefits of using RIB as an integration solution for the retail applications
  • Explaining the high-level architecture of RIB
  • Describing the various components of RIB
  • Illustrating the business flows between retail applications using RIB

An overview of RETL Integration

  • Explaining the choice of RETL as an integration solution
  • Defining the characteristics of RETL
  • Illustrating the high-level architecture of RETL
  • Identifying various components of RETL
  • Listing the benefits of using RETL
  • Illustrating the business flows between retail applications using RETL

An overview of RSL Integration

  • Defining the RSL integration
  • Describing the characteristics of RSL
  • Illustrating a high level architecture for RSL
  • Identifying the functional interfaces of RSL
  • Listing the benefits of RSL
  • Illustrating the business flows between retail applications using RSL

An overview of RBDI Integration

  • Defining the RBDI
  • Describing the characteristics of RBDI
  • Identifying the retail applications that use RBDI
  • Illustrating the business flows between the retail application using RBDI

Quick Revision

  • Providing an overview of Enterprise Application Integration and Oracle's approach
  • Providing an overview of RIB
  • Identifying the various applications using RIB for integration
  • Providing an overview of RETL
  • Identifying the various applications using RETL for integration
  • Providing an overview of RSL
  • Identifying various applications using RSL for integration
  • Providing an overview of RBDI and identifying the various applications using RBDI for integration

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.

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Upcoming Dates

Course Location Days Cost Date
Onsite
1 1275 £1275 2018-07-16
Birmingham
1 500 £500 2017-10-16
Manchester
1 500 £500 2017-10-10
Cardiff
1 500 £500 2017-10-09
Exeter
1 500 £500 2017-08-31
Oxford
1 500 £500 2017-08-30
Belfast
1 500 £500 2017-08-07