Informatica: Administering The Environment                        ngCourse Description:  This course covers Informatica Ad...
Module 4: Repository and Object MigrationSession # 14: Deploying via XMLSession # 15: Deploying via Scratch RepositoriesSe...
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This course covers Informatica Administration, everything from installation, to repository maintenance, scheduling,
grid management, to version control

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  1. 1. Informatica: Administering The Environment ngCourse Description: This course covers Informatica Administration, everything from installation, to repository maintenance, scheduling,grid management, to version control. Th class also shares repository migration techniques, import/export at the Thismetadata level, and external version control systems. The focus of this class is to instruct the student on how to ernaladminister the Informatica Environment. It will cover basic concepts to intermediate concepts on administration of the conceptsenvironment.Course Duration: 30 hours.Class Delivery: On-Line ( Interactive Web Based )Module 1 : Introduction to Informatica Administration Session # 1 : Product Overview, Architectural Overview Session # 2 : Review of the Product Client Components Session # 3 : Basic Administration, Change Management Roles & ResponsibilitiesModule 2 : Version Control In Detail Session # 4 : What it means to turn it on Session # 5 : Impacts to Developers, Standards, And Responsibilities Session # 6 : Managing “versions” Session # 7 : Setting up additional Metadata Controls Session # 8 : Developing Deployment GroupsModule 3 : Administration and Setup of Grid EnvironmentSession # 9 : Installing Grid ServersSession # 10 : Discussion on Upgrading Servers in the GridSession # 11: File “sharing” across the GridSession # 12 : Controlling Load Across the GridSession # 13 : Best Practices for Administrators to Enforce with Developers Business Intelligence Solution Provider | Page 1
  2. 2. Module 4: Repository and Object MigrationSession # 14: Deploying via XMLSession # 15: Deploying via Scratch RepositoriesSession #16: Object “Copying”, hints, pitfalls and best practicesSession # 17: Deploying to a Grid EnvironmentSession #18: External Repository Version Control SystemsSession #19: Migrating IN to a Repository with VCS turned onModule 5: Repository ArchitecturesSession #20: Permissions, Security, and Architecture ChoicesSession #21: Folder MaintenanceSession # 22: Administration of Shortcuts, and Reusable ObjectsSession #23: Security over Data Base ConnectionsSession #24: Pros and Cons of a Global RepositoryModule 6: Roles & ResponsibilitiesSession #25: Defined Migration Strategies and SchedulesSession #26: Roles and Responsibilities of the Change ManagerSession #27: Generic Change Management Best PracticesSession #28: Escalation PathsFor more details you may contact at amit.sharma@bisptrainings.com or kapil.devang@bisptrainings.com Or Visit:www.bisptrainings.comwww.hyperionguru.comlearnodi.blogspot.comessbaseguru-amit.blogspot.comlearnplanning.wordpress.comlearncognosreports.wordpress.combispsolutions.wordpress.combispinformatica.wordpress.com Business Intelligence Solution Provider | Page 2

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