Informatica 9.x PowerCenter Administration
     
 
 

Program Overview

This four-day Informatica Training program will help you learn how to administer the Informatica PowerCenter 9 Platform. This Informatica Training Program provides the necessary skills to manage services on any authorized Informatica Platform.

Agenda

Day 1

  • Module 0: Introduction
  • Module 1: Domain architecture
  • Module 2: Best practices
  • Module 3: Installing Informatica 9
  • Module 4: Configuring PowerCenter 9.1 Services

Day 2

  • Module 5: Security: Users and groups
  • Module 6: Security: Privileges and roles
  • Module 7: Security: Permissions
  • Module 8: PowerCenter repository and client applications management

Day 3

  • Module 9: Web hub service management
  • Module 10: PowerCenter repository Metadata deployment
  • Module 11: Command line programs
  • Module 12: Subject area implementation

Day 4

  • Module 13: Metadata reporting
  • Module 14: Reference table management
  • Module 15: Domain management
  • Module 16: License administration

Who should attend?

Suitable candidates for this Informatica certification program are:

  • Informatica PowerCenter administrators with one year or more of professional experience or
  • Participants who have attended Informatica PowerCenter Level 1 Developer or Informatica Data Services Level 1 Developer training class.

Additional Audience:

  • Data integration developers, Data Integration managers; Project managers; Data architects.
 

Prerequisites

  • Knowledge in SQL
  • General relational database (Oracle)
  • Microsoft Windows GUI, Windows Command line, General programming

Learning Objectives

After completing this program you should be able to:

  • Install the Informatica 9 architecture platform, configure add and manage Informatica Data Quality.
  • Define and set up platform best practices for users, privileges, roles, and permissions.
  • Assign users to groups, privileges to roles and roles to groups. Assign permissions and manage the domain.
  • Manage repositories and repository folders. Backup and migrate the Informatica domain database.
  • Implement the metadata reporter and repository MX views. Use the command line to manage the domain and repository, start and control workflows
  • Set up Reference table management, import and edit a reference table. Upgrade license.

Delivery Method

Public classroom training led by an Informatica Instructor

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