This course covers download and installation of Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition software including additional required software. After successful installation of the software you be shown how to work with the Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) Administration Tool (126.96.36.199) to build, modify, enhance, and manage an Oracle BI repository. You will learn how to import metadata from a data source, simplify and reorganize the imported metadata into a business model, and then structure the business model for presentation to users who request business intelligence information via analyses and interactive dashboards.
Then you will be shown how to create and modify analyses with different views, and add these analyses in interactive dashboards and alerts used to deliver the notifications by using your preferred method of communication. Additionally you will learn how to use variables, master-detail linking of views and adding various reports to briefing books and editing briefing books to update content.
In this lesson,you will be introduced to concepts of data warehousing and also the contributions made by William Inmon on the subject, and how influential those contributions have been to what we today consider as fundamental principles of data warehousing.
At the conclusion of this lesson you'll gain understanding of the different types of data warehouse architectures available and why one enterprise architects may choose to go with one architecture over the other. You will also learn about basic data warehouse architectures contrasted with architectures with a staging area.
Habergeons Technologies specializes in oracle software and provides business intelligence solutions and application development mainly using Oracle products.
The instructor of this course is Ian: He is a Certified Oracle Business Intelligence Implementation specialist and has worked with Oracle software including Oracle Databases, ODI and OBIEE for over 9 years on versions 9i, 10g, 11g and 12c.
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