|Kurskod||1I004SE||Leveranstyp||Web Based Training|
SEK 3 550,00 exkl moms
SEK 4 437,50 inkl moms
Note: This is a self-paced online course in which the Guided Tour Product Simulation requires no installations: Everything is through your IE 5.0+ browser. Please DO NOT make travel arrangements for this course. After you receive confirmation that you are registered, just follow the instructions to access the course.
This browser-based product simulation lets you "learn-by-doing" in a case-study scenario in which you solve a 'real-life' business problem - no installations needed just a browser and a passion to learn.
By the end of this training you'll have a better understanding of this InfoSphere product's terminology, an overview of its architecture, and a better understanding of how it can be implemented.
You can learn more about the FlexLearning library:
USA IBM Training Registrar:
Phone: (978) 899-2188
Fax: (978) 899-2188
Before putting you in the "driver's seat" in the Guided Tour Product Simulation, this course will first explain the concepts of DataStage, its architecture, and how to apply it to a 'real life' scenario in a business case-study in which you'll solve business problems. We will begin by looking at the big picture and discuss why businesses need ETL tools and where DataStage fits in the product set.
Once we've talked about the very basic architecture of DataStage, we'll investigate a business case-study, learn about a company called Amalgamated Conglomerate Corporation (ACC) - a fictitious holding company - and its business and technical needs. We'll then go about solving this company's problems with DataStage in a Guided Tour Product Simulation. In a practice environment, you'll become ACC's Senior DataStage Developer. In this capacity, you will assess an existing DataStage Job, build your own Job, modify a Job, and build a Sequencer Job.
Using the DataStage clients, you'll log onto the DataStage server and look at a Job that was built previously by the former DataStage Developer at ACC. You'll then build your own Job by importing meta data, building a Job design, compiling, running, troubleshooting, and then fixing this Job. You'll then modify a Job and finally build a special type of Job called a Sequence Job.