Based on customer feedback, we are pleased to announce that beginning March 19, 2018 students enrolled in a WebFOCUS 8 or iWay/Omni course will receive a post Lab environment for 10 hours over 14 days upon completion of the instructor-led training. You can now reinforce your learning experience and explore your questions in an environment that will not affect your production installation.


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Course Title Course # Course Description Location

Extending WebFOCUS with the Core Language V8.2 View Short Description 105

Release: 8.2.01

Are you familiar with the WebFOCUS graphical user interface, but need to know more about the underlying code that gets generated from your actions? Do you need to understand FOCUS/WebFOCUS reports you have inherited? With this course, you will learn the basic syntax contained in a FOCUS or WebFOCUS report request.

Learn to make changes to a report that needs minor adjustments, quickly and more easily. In many instances, it might be easier to manually change the code rather than navigating through a series of menu pull-downs and window buttons.

You will learn how to:

  • Understand the syntax of the FOCUS language
  • Comprehend WebFOCUS processing of requests
  • Create detailed (PRINT) and summary reports (SUM)
  • Control the order of data (BY, ACROSS)
  • Style reports (STYLE file, HEADINGS, FOOTINGS)
  • Understand Date Formats to change the way they are displayed.
  • Create compound Data Selection using WHERE clause
  • Calculate detail and summed values using DEFINE and COMPUTE
  • Display group and grand totals (Subtotal, Row-Total, Column-Total)
  • Place data from multiple files into one report (JOIN)
  • Save data in Excel, Active Report, and PDF formats
  • Add flexibility to your report request with variables (Dialogue Manager)
  • Consider relational reporting efficiencies (SQL tracing)
Online Boston Online
Embedding WebFOCUS BI in Custom Applications (Self-Study) View Short Description 220

Release: 8.2.01m

Are you looking for ways to incorporate WebFOCUS content into your custom application? With this course, you will work through examples on how to embed WebFOCUS Portals, InfoAssist+ reports and charts, and ReportCaster schedules into your custom applications using RESTFul web services. The course is primarily delivered in HTML and jQuery but the principles are the same for other development languages.

You will learn how to:

  • Configure WebFOCUS for embedded BI
  • Embed WebFOCUS Portal in custom applications
  • Embed InfoAssist+ using RESTFul web services
  • Creating ReportCaster schedules using RESTFul web services
  • Browse through WebFOCUS Repository using RESTFul web services

Using a virtual environment that is available for 10 hours over 14 days, and in-session course materials, you will work through hands-on exercises and complete a challenge exercise to test your understanding. A PDF copy of the course manual is included for your reference.

Scheduling and Distributing WebFOCUS Content (Self-Study) - Coming Soon!!! View Short Description 305S

Release 8.2.03

This self-study course will show you how to schedule WebFOCUS reports, files, or the contents of a URL, and send the output in a variety of formats via FTP, Printer, Email, Repository or to the Report Library using ReportCaster, the WebFOCUS report delivery engine.  You will also learn how to manage the configuration and how users can create schedules to distribute output to specified recipients automatically.

Using a virtual environment that is available for 10 hours over 14 days, and in-session course materials, you will work through hands-on exercises and complete a challenge exercise to test your understanding. A PDF copy of the course manual is included for your reference.

You will learn how to:

  • Create schedules for reports/graphs
  • Create alert procedures
  • Create multi-task and multi-distribution schedules
  • Distribute reports using Email or Report Library
  • Burst reports/graphs to different recipients
  • Create and use distribution lists and files
  • Generate and use dynamic distribution files
  • Verify schedules by monitoring logs
  • View the schedule job status with the ReportCaster Explorer
  • Use the ReportCaster Console and customize the environment
  • Define blackout dates

You can also learn how to:

  • Use tracing
  • Create Alert test procedures
Extending WebFOCUS Report Development with Custom Visualizations (Self-Study) View Short Description 348

Release 8.2.02m

In this course, you will learn how to create, download, and install custom visualizations using the Chart Extension technology in WebFOCUS 8.2.02m and the D3 programming language.   Following your course guide and working in your personal hands on remote environment, available for 10 hours over 14 days, you will work through many hands-on exercises to learn the steps needed to create custom visualizations and enable them inside WebFOCUS.   A PDF copy of the course manual is included for your reference.

You will learn:

  • How to install WebFOCUS D3 extensions from the WebFOCUS GitHub site
  • How to disable or delete WebFOCUS D3 extensions
  • How to download D3 charts from other sources on the Internet and configure them for use in WebFOCUS
  • How to debug WebFOCUS D3 extensions
Security Administration View Short Description 36182

Release 8.2.x

How can you give users access to the information they require while protecting sensitive or confidential data? Build an effective security policy. The database-driven security infrastructure in WebFOCUS 8 allows administrators within your organization to develop and implement very granular security requirements for your WebFOCUS applications.

You will learn how to:

  • Create content infrastructures
  • Create and manage users, groups, roles and privileges
  • Establish rules for access to different content resources
  • Understand Resource Templates and how to use them
  • Tailor the security model to meet specific requirements
  • Establish and understand security for a WebFOCUS BI Portal
  • Interpret effective policy for each resource
  • Understand concepts such as sharing, ownership, and publishing
  • Manage private vs. publish content
  • Use utilities to troubleshoot and manage the security model
  • Access and interpret audit logs
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Building a BI Portal View Short Description 363

Release 8.x

How can you quickly and easily create a customized interface for WebFOCUS Managed Reporting content? How do you secure it and limit access to specific content? How can you create global filtering ability for an entire portal page of content? How can you create a professional looking portal using styling elements? This course will answer all these questions and teach you how to create a comprehensive, modern portal for groups and users in your organization.

You will learn how to:

  • Navigate and understand the different components of the BI Portal interface and the Portal Designer.
  • Create a simple multi-tabbed portal.
  • Add content to an existing portal created using an Enterprise template.
  • Create a new portal completely from scratch.
  • Use the Portal Designer properties.
  • Use the Developer Studio Composer tool to create filtering for a portal page.
  •  Secure a single portal using the WebFOCUS security model.
  •  Secure a multi-page portal using the WebFOCUS security model.
  •  Style the portal and its components.
Creating Collaborative Portals with WebFOCUS (Self-Study) View Short Description 36382

Release 8.2.01m

In this course, you will learn how to build a self-service environment that optimizes BI consumption for business users.  You will learn how to create a customized, responsive interface for WebFOCUS content using styling elements and CSS Themes.  This course will show you how to create responsive portals for mobile devices and portals that allow authorized users to create their own content and collaborate among their colleagues with blogs and comments.

Following your in-session course guide and working in your personal virtual environment, available for 10 hours over 14 days, you will work through many hands-on exercises to build a WebFOCUS Collaborative Portal.  A PDF copy of the course manual is included for your reference.

You will learn how to:

  • Navigate and understand the components of the portal and designer interfaces
  • Customize the look and feel of the portal user interface
  • Create a complete comprehensive Responsive Portal
  • Create and Share personal pages from My Content
  • Share content from various domains and users
  • Add portal and content collaboration and blog containers
  • Create a Filter Panel page to refresh content
  • Create user customizable pages using the Easy Selector
Dynamic Navigation and Visualization Techniques with InfoAssist (Self-Study) View Short Description 383

Release 8.2.02m

This self-paced course is for experienced InfoAssist users who would like to learn more about techniques to perform more in depth analysis of their data with tools not available in earlier releases of WebFOCUS. Using a virtual environment that is available for 10 hours over 14 days, and in-session course materials, you will work through hands-on instructions, quizzes, and exercises. You will also have a final exercise to test your understanding. A PDF copy of the course manual is included for your reference.

You will learn how to:
• Maneuver in the new WebFOCUS Home Page portal introduced in WebFOCUS 8.2.02
• Create thumbnails
• Activate and use Auto Drill for metadata that is hierarchy enabled
• Enable Auto Link and identify procedures as Auto Link targets
• Specify optional parameterized filters
• Use multi-drill techniques and create conditional hyperlinks
• Cache data for ranking and visualization purposes
• Learn how to create an “all others” category for a chart and a report
• Use Insight, introduced in WebFOCUS 8.2.02, to manipulate charts at run time
• Create an active display where multiple charts and data grids are interconnected

Self-service Analytics with InfoAssist+ Basic Techniques View Short Description 390

Release 8.2.x

This course will show you how to use Information Builders’ InfoAssist+, an enterprise-grade analytics tool connected to the WebFOCUS BI and analytics platform, for governed self-service reporting, analysis, and data discovery. It will also introduce you to the WebFOCUS BI infrastructure and background information necessary to use InfoAssist+ effectively.

You will learn how to:
• Report from simple and dimension-enabled metadata
• Create static and interactive tabular reports
• Display detailed and aggregate information from one or more data sources
• Declare your own virtual fields, based on alphanumeric, numeric, and date formats
• Control which data rows are to be included in a variety of output display formats
• Build charts and maps from a wide selection of available templates
• Use InfoAssist+ built-in features to easily create data discovery type of displays
• Combine multiple tabular reports and charts into one document

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Self-Service Analytics with InfoAssist+ Advanced Techniques View Short Description 391

Release 8.2.x

This course goes beyond the basics to show you how to use Information Builders’ InfoAssist+ for governed self-service reporting, analysis, and data discovery. Besides point-and-click methodologies, it also covers techniques and best practices to gain more insights about your data.

You will learn how to:

  • Use Boolean logic and filter for aggregated data values
  • Specify parameters for dynamic filters, measures, and dimensions
  • Automatically link procedures to display additional related information
  • Set up customized links to procedures that dig deeper into your data
  • Build free-form reports
  • Retrieve unmatched data
  • Cache data for further processing
  • Rank values with an “all others” category
  • Customize charts and animate them over a given time span
  • Create an active display where multiple charts are interconnected
  • Generate reporting and charting templates
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Leveraging Content in WebFOCUS Designer (Self-Study) - Coming Soon! View Short Description 395

Release: 8.2.03

This course will show you how to build a professional dashboard. Using WebFOCUS Designer, you will build a series of user interfaces for existing reports and charts.

You will learn how to:

  • Create dashboards using WebFOCUS Designer
  • Create custom dashboard themes for WebFOCUS Designer
  • Create a filter section and a modal filter window
  • Create reusable dashboard templates
  • Set up the Global Name feature
  • Add Page Designer pages to a WebFOCUS Portal

Using a virtual environment that is available for 10 hours over 14 days, and in-session course materials, you will work through hands-on exercises and complete a challenge exercise to test your understanding. A PDF copy of the course manual is included for your reference.

WebFOCUS Business User Edition Essentials View Short Description 405

Release 8.2

The class will guide WebFOCUS users through the full process of creating visual and analytical content, from setting up a new environment, creating users, groups, preparing metadata, and creating reports, charts, visualizations to developing personal portal pages.

You will learn how to:

  • Create new domains for content
  • Add and assign new users to roles
  • Connect to data sources
  • Create new synonyms and modify with the synonym editor
  • Upload a data set and create new auto-generated content
  • Create visual and tabular charts and reports for data analysis
  • Create a customized personal portal page for organizing content
Reporting Essentials using App Studio – Part 1 (Self-Study) View Short Description 501

Release 8.2.03

This introductory course prepares developers for using App Studio, a Windows-based graphical user interface (GUI) development environment for creating WebFOCUS applications. This self-paced training gets you started with the fundamentals of report building concepts and techniques. This course gives you a firm foundation to build upon for more advanced courses in reporting and application development. Using a virtual environment that is available for 10 hours over 14 days, and in-session course materials, you will work through hands-on exercises and complete a challenge exercise to test your understanding.  A PDF copy of the course manual is included for your reference.

You will learn how to:

  • Navigate the App Studio interface and explore its options
  • Create different types of basic reports commonly found in applications
  • Create procedures with multiple components for customized reports
  • Employ basic filter techniques to control report output
  • Build virtual fields to customize your reporting content
  • Employ style sheets and traffic lighting for effective data visualization
  • Display report output in Excel, PDF, and Active HTML formats
Reporting Essentials using App Studio – Part 2 View Short Description 502

Release 8.2.01M

Expand your knowledge beyond what you have learned in the Reporting Essentials – Part 1 course.  Using App Studio, this class will explore additional concepts and techniques for creating insightful application content through advanced filtering, constructing effective virtual columns, and producing sophisticated reports.

You will learn how to:

  • Employ advanced filtering techniques
  • Control complex expressions for virtual columns
  • Simplify your calculations with prefix operators
  • Format numeric-oriented reports easily with cumulative totals, section headings and totals
  • Enhance content by accessing multiple data sources
  • Provide reporting flexibility for users with variables
  • Enable investigative analysis from summary to detail with drill-downs
  • Explore extract file techniques, such as creating HOLD files, or SQL Subqueries

 

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Reporting Beyond Essentials using App Studio View Short Description 504

Release 8.2.02
Expand your knowledge beyond what you have learned in the Reporting Essentials – Part 2 course. Using App Studio, this class will explore additional concepts and techniques for turning your existing procedures into effective, sophisticated application content. Gain insight for managing your resources efficiently.

You will learn how to:

• Utilize content stored in the Data Servers environment node
• Add visual impact to your reports
• Build multi-page documents
• Create active dashboards
• Merge data sources
• Apply reporting techniques for specialized output
• Employ advanced joining techniques
• Explore new partition functions

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Metadata Essentials using App Studio – Part 1 (Self-Study) View Short Description 510

Release 8.2.03

When your application accesses a data source, it needs to know how to interpret the data used in the application.  Using App Studio, this self-paced training introduces you to WebFOCUS Metadata and gets you started with the most basic of metadata concepts.  This course will give you the firm foundation to build upon for more advanced courses in metadata, reporting and application development. Using a virtual environment that is available for 10 hours over 14 days, and in-session course materials, you will work through hands-on exercises and complete a challenge exercise to test your understanding.  A PDF copy of the course manual is included for your reference.

You will learn:

  • The role of App Studio for creating applications and its core metadata features
  • How to create metadata using the Data Source Wizard
  • How to edit and enhance metadata using the Metadata Canvas
  • The basic metadata attributes and their functions
  • How to create metadata cross-references
Metadata Essentials using App Studio – Part 2 (Self-Study) View Short Description 511S

Release 8.2.03

Expand your knowledge beyond what you have learned in the Metadata Essentials – Part 1 Self Study course. Using App Studio, this class will explore additional metadata concepts and techniques to energize your WebFOCUS applications. Improve your application functionality and user experience by taking advantage of the powerful features and abilities available for metadata.

You will learn how to:

  • Connect to a database with a data adapter
  • Control the search path for application components
  • Add business logic to a synonym with calculated fields, including a SQL sub-query and analytical functions with running totals
  • Add synonym filters to improve user experience for reporting
  • Create a customized business view of a synonym to reflect your users business requirements
  • Provide flexibility in a synonym through variables
  • Handle preprocessing tasks with a master file profile

Using a virtual environment that is available for 10 hours over 14 days, and in-session course materials, you will work through hands-on exercises and complete a challenge exercise to test your understanding. A PDF copy of the course manual is included for your reference.

Building InfoApps Using App Studio View Short Description 521

Release 8.2.01m

This course will show you how to build a professional user interface for your InfoApps application. Using App Studio’s HTML canvas tool, you will build a cohesive and efficient series of user interfaces for existing reports and charts that range from non-parameterized procedures to heavily parameterized self service procedures.

You will learn how to:

  • Lay out content and modify their attributes
  • Create a custom template for a consistent look-and-feel
  • Have the web page reference external and embedded procedures
  • Populate controls statically and dynamically when the web page loads
  • Use HTML canvas graphical tools to show and hide objects on the web page
  • Dynamically populate calendar controls and limit their range choices
  • Add your own customizations with CSS and JavaScript
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Advanced Reporting Application Techniques Using App Studio View Short Description 522

Release 8.2.01m

Expand your App Studio reporting application development skills beyond the basics. This course will show you how to work with and maintain reporting applications for a user community. It covers a wide range of topics, like controlling data source access, modularizing procedures, and caching data for faster response times.

You will learn:

  • The relationship between the Client and the Reporting Server through App Studio.
  • How to control the way the Reporting Server searches for metadata.
  • The scripting language, Dialogue Manager, to dynamically assemble procedures.
  • Best practices for using date and date-time formatted fields.
  • The new simplified date and date-time functions to calculate significant dates.
  • How to improve response time for webpage displays by caching data.
  • Advanced webpage techniques to:
    • Use Dialogue Manager to create webpage control choices.
    • Spawn multiple displays on a webpage with a JavaScript® drilldown.
    • Handle options for no data when displaying reports and charts on a webpage.
  • Work visually with reports and charts while maintaining flexibility.
Online
Developing Responsive Applications with App Studio View Short Description 523

Release: 8.2.01

This App Studio course will show you how to build user-based solutions, concentrating on layout, design, and responsive behavior. In this course, you will use App Studio’s HTML Canvas to build context-aware html components that can be viewed on devices of varying screen sizes. In this course, you will discuss design considerations for responsive web applications.

 

You will learn how to:

  • Create responsive html documents using App Studio’s responsive design templates
  • Create responsive html document dashboards using App Studio’s report component
  • Convert existing static html document dashboards into responsive html document dashboards
  • Leverage external script libraries in App Studio to create responsive contents
  • Add responsive html documents to the WebFOCUS Portal
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WebFOCUS Advanced Security View Short Description 761

Release 8.2.01M

You will learn how to:

  • Define Reporting Server Authentication and Authorization

    • Security providers
    • Access control
    • User roles
  • Define WebFOCUS Client and Reporting Server Profiles
  • Integrate External Authentication/Authorization with WebFOCUS Client and Reporting Server
    • Integrating external LDAP
  • Access Control Template
    • Create template

  • Define Pre-Authentication with SSO (basic)
    • Security zones, IWA, SAML, trusted Ticket
  • Data Source Security with DBA
  • Use Encryption
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Master Data Management with Omni-Gen View Short Description 800

Release 3

Master Data Management with Omni-Gen is a two-day instructor-led course taking the student through all phases of Master Data Management with detailed emphasis on the core steps of Master Data Management using Omni Designer, i.e. modeling, cleansing, matching, merging, and remediating source data to produce master records.

The foundational concepts, roles and processing steps of Master Data Management & Governance are introduced, and the iWay products (Omni Designer, Data Quality Server & Omni Governance Console) are mapped to functions.

The hands-on sessions begin with the student taking a source data from independent data sources, conducting inspection through profiling, developing the master model, populating the model, mastering the data using cleansing, matching, merging services and defining remediation.  Basic methods are discussed along with best practices, common pitfalls and alternative approaches.

The workshop finishes with the integration of the data model with Omni Governance Console for review and remediation.  This provides an initial understanding of the Master Data Management & Governance system using Omni-Gen Master Data Management Edition.

In this workshop the student will learn how to:

  • Develop a logical data model using Omni Designer for both instance and master data;
  • Instantiate and load the physical data model using the Omni Designer generated Omni-Gen Server;
  • Implement cleansing, matching, merging, and remediation plans within Omni Designer and generate Data Quality Server components;
  • Customize cleansing, matching, merging, and remediation components within Data Quality Server;
  • Add scoring and remediation logic to the appropriate components for later remediation of instance data;
  • Reload instance data employing the now customized DQS components and create cleansed and matched instance data along with merged golden records and data for remediation.
  • Employ Omni Governance Console to review (360 Viewer) and remediate (Remediation) instance and master data.
Atlanta
Master Data Governance with Omni-Gen View Short Description 810

Release 3

The Master Data Governance with Omni-Gen Class is a complete introduction to the use of the Omni Governance Console (OGC) as a framework for data analysis of Omni-Gen master and instance records, and the management and execution of the Data Governance remediation process.

Using hands-on sessions, the student performs the administrative, analysis and remediation tasks required of data stewards.  Data is remediated through direct correction and submission; also instance records are manually merged or split.

In this class the student will:

  • Understand the general architecture and components of Master Data Management & Governance using Omni-Gen;
  • Review the functionality and operation of the Omni Governance in order to effect remediation of Omni-Gen master and instance data;
  • Configure OGC roles and users using the Administration console;
  • Review and define views for the instance and master data;
  • Use the 360 Viewer application to review instance and master data, and identify remediation issues and tickets;
  • Use Remediation to correct and resubmit instances for regrouping and modification.
Server Administration View Short Description 96182

Release 8.2.02

This Server Administration course will show you how to configure an adapter server, techniques for balancing performance and resource utilization using the Server Web Console, debugging and diagnostic tips and techniques, and how to control your server environment on a daily basis.  You will also learn to implement security models to protect and manage privileges based on user role.

You will learn how to:

  • Visually and conceptually understand the iWay server architecture
  • Navigate the Web Console
  • Customize the Web Console appearance including different languages
  • Configure an adapter server
  • Manage adapter server operations on a daily basis
  • Configure a data source and set up metadata for an adapter server
  • Create user and service profiles and how to use them
  • Understand role of different configuration files
  • Troubleshoot and solve problems
  • Tune your adapter server for efficient performance
  • Analyze and trace (log) server activity
  • Secure the reporting server Web Console and manage privileges

You will also review:

  • Adding and configuring a remote server
  • Adding a server node using the WebFOCUS Client
  • Creating custom monitor page
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iWay 8 Application Essentials (ISM) - Part 1 (Self-Study) View Short Description 971S

Release 8.x

The iWay 8 Application Essentials Self-Study is designed as an introductory course to teach the student iWay Server concepts and to provide the knowledge and skills to build an integrated Application. The student will learn how to begin designing systems to facilitate the transfer of information between applications and systems.  This course serves as a prerequisite for the iWay Service Manager Tooling Technique’s course to further manage and monitor your deployed applications.  Following your in-session course guide and working in your personal virtual environment, available for 10 hours over 14 days, you will work through many hands-on exercises to build integration projects for deployment as an iWay integrated Application.  A PDF copy of the course manual is included for your reference and to guide you through the building/deployment of an Application.

You will learn how to:

  • Describe the iWay Architecture and Components
  • Plan and Design an Integration Project
  • Use the iWay integration Tools the build/deploy an Application Project
  • Build a Process Flow,  Sub-Process Flow,  JSON controlled Looping  Process Flow
  • Transform Documents of different formats
  • Retrieve/ Insert data from an RDBMS data source
  • Use Debugging and Tracing Techniques to Monitor the Application
  • Use the Iterator Object to Process Multiple Transactions
iWay Service Manager Tooling Techniques View Short Description 972

Release 7.x

The iWay Service Manager Tooling Techniques course provides the student tools and techniques to complete a project and migrate it into a production environment.  The training provides the skills to manage and monitor applications across iWay environments.

You will learn how to:

  • Review the iSM Self Study Course
  • Complete Your Application
  • Apply advanced error handling and CatchError processing
  • Manage and monitor your applications using iWay Sentinel
  • Apply advanced iIA and Ant scripting
  • Create a Web Service of the Customer application
  • Read multiple inputs into a single canonical
  • Build Cross Channel Services
iWay Trading Partner Manager Essentials View Short Description 974

Release 7.06

The iWay Trading Partner Manager Essentials is designed as an advanced course to teach the student how to integrate B2B partner information with iWay Service Manager.  The student will learn how to interface the iWay Trading Partner Manager Console to record partner metadata.  This course will demonstrate skills on how to use the iWay Functional Language (iFL) to issue TPM commands from within an iWay Service Manger process flow to interface information recorded in the TPM database.  This course is a 1-day instructor led training session.

You will learn how to:

  • Understand Trading Partner Manager and its architecture
  • Build Metadata for partners in the Trading Partner Manager Console
  • Build a Process Flow to use iFL TPM calls to interface the TPM Database
  • Build a Channel and an Application to call the TPM Process Flow
  • Understand how the 997 Acknowledgement document is processed for partners
  • Dynamically call iSM Transforms in a Process Flow based on TPM partner metadata
iWay DataMigrator Essentials (Self-Study) View Short Description 975S

Release 7.7.07

The iWay DataMigrator Essentials Self-Study will introduce the student to the iWay DataMigrator concepts. In this course, the student will learn how to build data and process flows, that facilitate the extraction of information from single and multiple data sources, transform & enrich the extracted data, and load the data into new or existing relational targets.

This course is a prerequisite for the iWay DataMigrator Advanced Techniques course as it establishes the fundamentals of the Data Management console and the features of the Data Migrator product. Following your course guide and working in your personal hands on remote environment, available for 10 hours over 14 days, you will work through many hands-on exercises to build data and process flow applications using the DataMigrator Management Console. A PDF copy of the course manual is included for your reference.

You will learn how to:

  • Describe the iWay DataMigrator  Architecture and Components
  • Use the Data Management Console
  • Create Data and Process Flows
  • Schedule a Process Flow
  • Aggregate source data into new targets
  • Complete a final challenge
iWay DataMigrator Essentials Advanced Techniques View Short Description 976

Release 7.7.07

The iWay DataMigrator Advanced Techniques course is designed as an advanced course to teach the student iWay DataMigrator advanced concepts, and to provide the knowledge and skills to build complex applications to Extract, Transform, and Load data targets. The student will learn how to take existing data and process flows and push them into production, build a star schema data warehouse, build complex load routines, and load the data into a target using Change Data Capture techniques.

The iWay DataMigrator Self-Study course serves as a prerequisite for the iWay DataMigrator Advanced  Techniques course to further manage and monitor your deployed applications.  The iWay DataMigrator Advanced Techniques course is an instructor led two-day curriculum.  A PDF copy of the course manual is included for your reference.

You will learn how to:

  • Push an application into production
  • Understand and build a star schema data warehouse
  • Use the various Data Load Operating Modes
  • Build complex load routines – advanced techniques
  • Create a data flow using a File Listener
  • Consume a REST Service
  • Utilize Change Data Capture
  • Debug a data/process flow
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iWay Data Quality Essentials (Self-Study) View Short Description 980S

Release 10.x

The iWay Data Quality Essentials Self-Study is designed as an introductory course to teach the student iWay Data Quality concepts and to provide the knowledge and skills to build Cleansing and Standardization Plans. The student will learn how to begin designing DQS Plans to facilitate the profiling and cleansing of information between applications and systems. This course serves as a prerequisite for the iWay Data Quality Golden Record and Advanced Techniques course to further unifying (match and merge) cleansed data. Following your in-session course guide and working in your personal virtual environment, available for 15 hours over 14 days, you will work through many hands-on exercises to build Data Quality plans to profile, clean, and standardize your application data. A PDF copy of the course manual is included for your reference.

You will learn how to:

  • Define Data Quality and identify use cases
  • Build a Data Quality Profiling Plan
  • Cleanse Customer Name records
  • Cleanse Customer Address records
  • Cleanse Customer Phone records
  • Combine the Customer Name, Address, and Phone records into a single dataset
  • Create records for Match and Remediation  tickets
iWay DQS Golden Record and Advanced Techniques View Short Description 981

Release 10.x

The iWay Data Quality Server Golden Record and Advanced Techniques is designed as an advanced course to teach the student iWay Data Quality Match and Merge concepts and to provide the knowledge and skills to Standardizing Addresses  using Loqate, Online Services and Integration with iWay Service Manager.  The student will learn how to design DQS Plans to facilitate the matching and merging of information between applications and systems.  This course will demonstrate skills on how to use Matching Measures and Matching Rules to zero in on matched records more precisely.  The student will learn how to pass transactions from an iWay Service Manager Application to a called DQS plan to cleanse data before moving the transaction on to the next phase of processing. This course is a 2-day instructor led training session.

 

You will learn how to:

  • Review the One Day DQS Self Study Course
  • Understanding DQS Online Services
  • Introduction to Extended Unification (Match)
  • Build the Extended Unification Plan using SimpleKey and Union Strategies
  • Build the Union Strategy using Matching Rules and Measures
  • Understanding the Merge (Representative Creator) Step
  • DQS Repository Setup
  • Understanding How to Use Loqate to Validate Addresses
Atlanta