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Oracle BI 12c: Overview Ed 1a

RM1,930.00 RM2,045.80 (after 6% SST)

The Oracle BI 12c: Overview course is a beginner’s course covering the basics of OBIEE architecture, keys terms and concepts as well as how to create, modify, and save simple OBIEE analysis, BIP reports, dashboard, agents, and alerts.

Course Duration: 1 Day
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Description

COURSE OVERVIEW

The Oracle BI 12c: Overview course is a beginner’s course covering the basics of OBIEE architecture, keys terms and concepts as well as how to create, modify, and save simple OBIEE analysis, BIP reports, dashboard, agents, and alerts. A cursory introduction into the Oracle BI Administration Tool, and the BI repository are also covered.

Gain a foundational understanding of:

  • Business intelligence (BI) terms and concepts
  • Oracle BI user interfaces
  • Oracle BI architecture
  • Oracle BI repository
  • Oracle BI Administration Tool
  • Oracle BI Publisher

Benefits to You
Get a basic understanding of OBIEE terms and concepts. Learn how to build simple OBIEE analysis, BIP reports, dashboard, agents, and alerts. Get a fundamental knowledge of the OBIEE architecture, the Oracle BI Administration Tool, and the BI repository.

AUDIENCE

  • Configurators and analysis/dashboard developers
  • Applications administrators
  • Technical business analysts
  • Technical architects
  • Project managers

PREREQUISITES

  • Domain experience in business intelligence, data warehouse design, data modeling, and database design.
  • Companion courses provide targeted role-based training:
    – Oracle BI Server Administrator 12c: Build Repositories
    – Oracle BI Presentation Services 12c: Create Reports/Dashboards

COURSE OBJECTIVE

  • Define and describe fundamental business intelligence terms and concepts.
  • Use Oracle BI Answers to construct, modify, and save requests.
  • Navigate an Oracle BI Dashboard.
  • Identify and describe the major components of the Oracle BI Enterprise Edition architecture.
  • Identify and describe the three layers of an Oracle BI repository and how they relate to one another.
  • Use the Oracle BI Administration Tool to view the properties of an Oracle BI repository’s objects.
  • Use Delivers to configure agents to get the results of analyses and deliver them to subscribers.
  • Use Oracle BI Publisher to construct, modify, and save requests.