Details on Two New Upcoming Courses in Brighton – Including ODI12c

April 4th, 2014 by

Just a quick note to mention two courses that are being run from our Brighton office soon, that might interested readers of the blog.

Our OBIEE 11g Bootcamp course, newly updated for OBIEE 11.1.1.7, is a start-to-finish introduction to Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g aimed at developers and admins new to the platform. Starting with an overview of the platform, then taking you through RPD development, creating reports and dashboards and through to security, configuring for high-availability and systems management, this is our most popular course and includes a free copy of my book, “Oracle Business Intelligence Developers Guide”.

This 5-day course covers the following topics:

  • OBIEE 11g Overview & Product Architecture
  • Installation, Configuration & Upgrades
  • Creating Repositories from Relational Sources
  • Advanced Repository Modelling from Relational Sources
  • Systems Management using Oracle Enterprise Manager
  • Creating Analyses and Dashboards
  • Actionable Intelligence
  • KPIs, Scorecards & Strategy Management
  • Creating Published Reports (BI Publisher)
  • OBIEE 11g Security
  • High-Availability, Scaleout & Clustering
  •  OBIEE 11g Bootcamp, April 28th-May 2nd, 2014

Details on the full course agenda are available here, and the next run of the course is in Brighton on April 28th – May 2nd, 2014 – register using that link.

We’re also very pleased to announce the availability of our new Data Integrator 12c 3-day course, aimed at developers new to ODI as well as those upgrading their knowledge from the ODI11g release. Written entirely by our ODI development team and also used by us to train our own staff, this is a great opportunity to learn ODI12c based on Rittman Mead’s own, practical field experience.

The topics we’ll be covering in this course are:

  • Getting Started with ODI 12c
  • ODI 12c TopologyODI 12c Projects
  • Models & Datastores
  • Data Quality in a Model
  • Introduction to ODI Mappings
  • ODI Procedures, Variables, Sequences, & User Functions
  • Advanced ODI Mappings
  • ODI Packages
  • Scenarios in ODI
  • The ODI Debugger
  • ODI Load Plans

We’re running this course for the first time, in Brighton on May 12th – 14th 2014, and you can register using this link.

Full details of all our training courses, including public scheduled courses and private, standard or customised courses, can be found on our Training web page or for more information, contact the Rittman Mead Training Team.

Comments

  1. Venkat Gali Says:

    Hello Mark,
    I appreciate you and your colleagues efforts in sharing knowledge through this website as well as by offering real time focused training courses. I have following questions, would be great if you can address

    1. Considering the fact that many bi consultants/aspirants around the world, wont be able to travel or unable to pay high class room training costs, are you thinking offering RM training courses online by offering e-Learning courses?

    2. ODI 11 being used more these days on OBIA 11 projects, there seems to be a requirement to teach ODI 11 using design , development patterns/standards of OBIA 11. Is RM is planning to offer ODI 11 for OBIA 11 projects as separate course?

    3. ODI 11, in the context of OBIA 11 offer various tools, SDK etc, that can be used to automate the development process, instead of manually creating the objects using drag/drop method. is RM planning to promote fast development techniques that provide value of ODI projects?

    Thanks
    Venkat Gali

  2. Mark Rittman Says:

    Hi Venkat, sorry for the delay in replying.

    1. Yes, we’ve considered this, and would like to do it some time. Issues for us are (a) do we run it live – and if so, in what timezone? Realistically we’d need to run it on Europe, US and India timezones, which then triples our workload and costs, so we’d need to guarantee a certain number of attendees to make it work. Or (b) we could record the sessions and then have them play on-demnad – but then we’d need to a platform to deliver them, collect fees etc, so again it’s a fair bit of work, hence not doing it immediately. But its definitely something we’d like to do, if the numbers worked-out.

    2. Yes – we’re developing a BI Apps on ODI course shortly, and we’ll also develop a couple of modules for our ODI12c course to cover BI Apps on ODI, once it supports ODI12c.

    3. Good idea – I’ll raise it with our ODI / BI Apps teams.

    Mark

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