Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) 12c: Advanced Integration & Dev

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Course Duration: 3 days
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Perform data integration and transformation among various platforms using advance techniques.  

Design advanced ODI mappings, procedures, and packages to perform EL-T data transformations.

Set up ODI security by implementing a strongly secured approach with non-generic profiles and external user authentication.

Develop and customize Knowledge Modules with substitution methods and Java. 

Automate ODI tasks by using the Groovy script editor.

Implement integration strategies with ODI by using best practices.

Use ODI web services and perform integration of ODI in an enterprise environment and SOA.
Business Analysts
Data Modelers
Data Warehouse Administrator
Database Administrators
SOA Architect
Technical Consultant
ODI 12c (or 11g): Administration

Describe GoldenGate integration

Design advanced integration mappings

Automate ODI tasks using Groovy

Enhance ODI security with strongly secured approach

Expose ODI scenarios as web services

Integrate ODI in enterprise environment and SOA

Describe best practices for implementing integration strategies

Describe various ODI integration patterns

Develop and enhance Knowledge Modules

Describe BigData support

Developing ODI Knowledge Modules

Overview of Different Types of KMs

Guidelines for KM Developers

Working with Substitution Methods

Applying Various ODI Tags

Implementing Java in KMs

Troubleshooting and Debugging KMs

Designing Advanced Integration Mappings

Designing Integration Mappings: E-LT and ETL Mappings

Selecting LKM and Mono-Connection (Single Technology) IKM

Applying Best Practices for Integration Mapping Design

Designing Reusable Mappings

Implementing Lookups

Combining Multiple Datasets

Using Set-Based Operators

Partitioning ODI Datastores

Using Variables

Describing a Variable's Scope

Inserting Variables in Object Properties

Using Variables within Variables

Defining Variables in the Resource Name of a Datastore

Applying Variables in Topology Objects

Setting Variables as Start Up Parameters

Tracking Variables

Using Groovy in ODI

Interacting Programmatically with ODI

Overview of ODI SDK

Introduction to Groovy

Using Groovy Editor

Automating Development Tasks with Groovy

Using Complex Files

What are Complex Files

Determining Technical Requirements for Complex Files Project

Applying nXSD Schema: an Example

Setting up the Topology for Complex Files

Creating and Reverse-Engineering a Complex Files Model

Designing a Mapping with Complex Files

Implementing JSON files

Enhancing ODI Security

Overview of ODI Security

Best Practices for Enhancing ODI Security

Applying Non-Generic Profiles

Configuring External Authentication

Configuring LDAP for External Authentication with ODI

Integration of ODI in Enterprise Environment

Configuring Java EE Agent

Monitoring ODI Environment with Enterprise Manager

Integration of ODI in SOA

Working with Web Services with ODI

Overview of Public Web Services

Invoking Web Services from ODI

Exposing ODI Scenario as a Web Service

Configuring the OdiInvokeWebService Tool

Executing an ODI Scenario from a BPEL Process in SOA

Choosing Integration Strategies: Best Practices

Selecting Integration Strategies

Loading and Integration Patterns

Selecting Staging Area Location

Working with Slowly Changing Dimensions (SCD)

Working with Changed Data Capture

Using ODI with Oracle GoldenGate

Locate OGG/ODI VM for further research

ODI and Big Data

Describe Big Data concepts

Contrast Hadoop, NoSQL, Apache, Hive, HBase, HDFS

Implement ODI mapping for Big Data to Oracle SQL

Locate BigDataLite VM for further research