Training

Informatica Training Courses

BIG DATA Training Courses

Big Data Management for Administrators

Applicable for users of software versions 10.x. Set up a live BDM environment by performing various administrative tasks such as installation, configuration of the Distribution package, security mechanism set up, and performance tuning. Learn to integrate the Informatica domain with the Hadoop eco-system leveraging Hadoop’s lightning processing capability to churn huge data sets.


Big Data for Developers

Learn to leverage Informatica Big Data Management for the optimization of data warehousing through the offloading of data processing to Hadoop. Also discover options for the enhancement of a data warehouse through accessing NoSQL databases and complex file parsing. This course is applicable to software version 10.1.


Big Data Management 10.1, Specialist Certification

This exam measures your competency in utilizing PowerCenter mappings and workflows at basic and advanced levels in order to perform data integration on Big Data. It will test your ability to integrate PowerCenter with Hadoop clusters and the related Hadoop ecosystem.


Informatica Developer Tool for Big Data Developers

This course is applicable to software version 10. Learn the mechanics of Data Integration using the Informatica Developer tool for Big Data Development. This course takes you through the key components to develop, configure, and deploy data integration mappings.


Data Engineering Training Courses

PowerCenter: Administration

This course is applicable to software version 10.1. Develop the skills to administer a PowerCenter infrastructure including the configuration and maintenance of PowerCenter. Learn to create and configure services, manage security, and review system data for issues.


PowerCenter: Data Integration for Developers

Applicable for software versions 9.5 through 10.x. Provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary to design, build, test, and maintain real-world data integration systems with PowerCenter’s workbench tools. Students will learn how to create and combine PowerCenter objects such as source and target definitions, data transformations, mappings, sessions, and workflows in order to accomplish their project goals while using best-practice methodology.


PowerCenter: Developer Level 2

This course extends the skills and knowledge of experienced PowerCenter developers by exploring advanced topics with extended labs covering PowerCenter connection architecture, high availability, and session and workflow recovery. Additional transformations are introduced including the SQL transformation, transaction control with and without the Transaction Control transformatio. This course is applicable to software version 10.


Business Glossary 10

Designed for data stewards who work to maintain the Business Glossary and for Metadata Administrators who will customize the glossary model, manage security and import multiple glossaries. Become versed in the complete workflow of Business Glossary – from creating to publishing Glossary Assets.


Data Quality Training Courses

Data Quality V10: Administration

Providing students with the fundamental knowledge and skills to maintain an Informatica Data Quality environment. Focused on teaching individuals how to use the Informatica Administrator tool to maintain the required environment. This course is applicable to software version 10.


Data Quality: Data Quality Management for the Developer

Gain the skills and knowledge necessary to implement and automate a data quality assurance process with the Informatica Data Quality platform. In addition, learn how to cleanse, standardize, and enhance data, students will learn to test and troubleshoot their Data Quality solutions.


Data Quality 10: Administration, New Features

An overview of the new features in Data Quality 10 focusing on the administrator and operator components. Become familiar with the changes and what's new with the product. Explore the new features available in Data Quality 10 focusing on the administrator and operator components of the product.


Data Quality: Advanced Techniques

Learn to leverage advanced techniques when utilizing Developer to profile, cleanse, standardize, de-duplicate and consolidate data in an enterprise. Focused on creating and applying custom built Classifier and Probabilistic Models, utilizing advanced Parsing and Matching methods, refining Human Tasks and Workflows, automatically Associating and Consolidating matched records, applying Parameters in mappings and more. This course is applicable for all version 10 releases.


Other Training Courses

Data Discovery and Advanced Profiling 10

Discover the content and structure of data through topics such as Data Domain Discovery and Enterprise Discovery Profiling including; Join Analysis, Functional Dependency Profiling, Primary Key Inference, Overlap Discovery and Foreign Key Profiling. This course is applicable to software version 10.


Informatica Analyst 10

Learn to use Informatica Analyst and Developer tools to create projects and objects, profile data, and identify anomalies in order to develop a better understanding of internal data sets. Discover how to better understand data relationships and data quality by using profiling results, building Reference Tables and Scorecards, and managing Exceptions and Duplicate record tasks. This course is applicable to software versions 10x.


Metadata Manager

This course is applicable for version 10.1 through the current version 10.1.1. Examine the fundamentals of Metadata Manager, including terminology and architecture. Learn the process of loading metadata from a variety of applications and utilize lineage to solve realworld problems.


Business Glossary 10

Designed for data stewards who work to maintain the Business Glossary and for Metadata Administrators who will customize the glossary model, manage security and import multiple glossaries. Become versed in the complete workflow of Business Glossary – from creating to publishing Glossary Assets.


Questions & Answers

What do I need to bring with me to my public class?
All required learning materials and equipment are provided in the classroom.
What is the required clothing attire for class attendance?
Casual attire is recommended, we want you to be comfortable - however, we ask that you not wear inappropriate T-shirts or cut offs.
What time does class start / end?
The class start time will be included in your class confirmation e-mail. Most Informatica education centers open at 8:30 am (daily) with classes starting at 9:00 am. Classes end approximately at 5:00 pm (daily). There is a lunch break as well as a 15-minute mid-morning break and mid-afternoon break.
Cancellation Policy
Requests for cancellations or date transfers need to be received at least 10 business days prior to the event in order to receive a full refund. If a cancellation or reschedule request is received less than 10 business days before the start date, you will be charged 100 percent of the class fee. Refunds will not be allowed for those who don’t show up to classes. This cancellation policy is strictly enforced.
Cancellation Liability
InfoFlow reserves the right to cancel events for any reason at any time. Cancellation liability is limited to the return of payment ONLY. InfoFlow will not reimburse registrants for any travel cancellation fees or penalties, including airfare and hotel.
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