Informatica is a leader in the ETL market and provides lot of job opportunities in the industry. This course will give you basic to intermediate skills in Informatica, and will help you to prepare for the global certification in Informatica.
You’ll start the course by learning to debug a mapping, which will help you identify any issues in mappings. You’ll be introduced to the advanced aspects of the Designer and Workflow Manager screens. Then you’ll find out how to create reusable transformations and mapplets. Then, we move on to working with the target load plan and you’ll learn to compare objects.
The latter part of the course is centered around using the Workflow Manager screen. You’ll learn about the various tasks that are present in Informatica along with the scheduling workflow. We’ll also take a look at various aspects of the Admin Console, such as the Repository, Domain, Node, Integration Service, and more. Finally, we'll conclude the course with incremental aggregation, configuring file lists, and working with various types of partitions.
About the Author
Rahul Malewar has been working on various Data Warehousing tools for 10 years, mostly on Informatica Power Center. He has worked on various versions of Informatica Power Center starting at version 8.1 up to the latest version 9.x and Informatica Cloud. He has worked for various MNCs in India such as UST Global, Cognizant Technologies, and Principal Financial services in Pune.
He has worked on the implementation of some Data Warehouses involving Informatica for fortune 500 MNCs such as Wellpoint and Principal. He has experience of working on multiple real-time projects in MNCs. He has run his own training center named Learn Well Technocraft since 2010, which provides training on more than 25 Data Warehousing technologies via classroom, corporate, and online. He has also written a blog on data warehousing concepts.
As of today, he has provided training to more than 1200 candidates ranging from freshers to 20-year experienced professionals. He is also a Director of a software firm named Gut Lernen Technocraft Pvt. Ltd., where they work on data warehousing and mobile-related projects.