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We offer the best Informatica Training in Chennai at Softlogic Systems with an industry-coherent Informatica Course Syllabus. Our Informatica Course Curriculum contains 11 modules to make you fluent in data warehousing concepts, power center components, Informatica concepts, sources and targets, transformations, power center transformation language, advanced Informatica concepts, lookup caches, task types, and ETL testing.

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    Informatica Syllabus

    • Different Definitions of data warehouse
    • Difference between OPERATIONAL DS AND DWH
    • Types of ETL
    • Data Extraction
    • Data Transformation
    • Data Merging
    • Data Loading
    • Types of Data loading
    • Data Aggregation
    • ata warehouse Approaches
    • Top down approach and Bottom up approach
    • DW Life cycle
    • DW-database design
    • Star schema and Snow flake schema
    • Facts and dimensions
    • Granuality
    • Types of Dimensions
    • Types of fact table
    • Types of Olap
    • Informatica Power center architecture
    • Power center components
    • ETL Plan
    • Power center Clients
    • Designer
    • Workflow manager
    • Work Flow monitor
    • Workflow manager
    • Repository manager
    • Power center repository
    • Administrative tool
    • Repository services
    • Integration services
    • Power center domain
    • Application services
    • Service manager
    • Power center administration console
    • Creating Repository Users and Groups .
    • Connecting to the Repository.
    • Creating a Group
    • Assigning Privileges to a Group.
    • Creating a User
    • Creating a Folder
    • Folder Permissions
    • Creating Folders

    Transformation Creation

    • Creating Source Tables.
    • Creating Target Definitions.
    • Creating Target Tables
    • Creating a Pass-Through Mapping
    • Creating source definitions
    • Creating a Mapping
    • Connecting Transformations
    • Using Transformations
    • Creating a Mapping with Aggregate Values
    • Active and passive transformations
    • Creating an Aggregator Transformation
    • Creating an Expression Transformation
    • Creating a Lookup Transformation
    • Connecting the Target
    • Designer Tips.
    • Using the Overview Window
    • Arranging Transformations
    • Creating the Session
    • Creating the Workflow
    • Creating a Mapping with Fact and Dimension Tables
    • Creating a Filter Transformation
    • Creating a Sequence Generator Transformation
    • Creating a Stored Procedure Transformation
    • Completing the Mapping
    • Creating a Workflow
    • Creating a Link Condition.
    • Running the Workflow
    • Using XML Files
    • Creating the XML Source
    • Importing the XML Source
    • Editing the XML Definition
    • Creating the Target
    • Creating a Mapping with XML Sources and Targets
    • Creating an Expression Transformation
    • Creating Router Transformations
    • Completing the Mapping
    • Creating a Workflow
    • How to monitor loads
    • Use of Workflow monitor
    • Connecting Transformations
    • Creating Sessions and Workflows
    • Configuring Database Connections in the Workflow Manager
    • Creating a Reusable Session
    • Creating a Workflow
    • Running and Monitoring Workflows
    • Opening the Workflow Monitor
    • Running the Workflow
    • Session
    • Assignment task
    • Link task
    • Event raise task
    • Event wait task
    • Timer task
    • Post session and Pre-session commands
    • Session recovery
    • Commit points
    • Creation of Parameter file
    • Mapping and session parameter
    • Various optimization technique
    • Pushdown optimization
    • Incremental aggregation

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