Informatica Power Center supports every one of the means of Extraction, Transformation and Load process/life cycle. There are other (outsider) products which are offered and made around the Power Center’s capacity to associate with various innovations running. Informatica Power Center is a simple to utilize GUI based instrument. It has a basic visual interface which is straightforward and use. Every one of the segments are intended to be utilized by a basic simplified component for various articles like source, targets, changes, mapplets, mappings, sessions, worklets and work processes which add to the structure procedure stream of the information extraction, change and burden
The tool’s ability to fetch/transform and load huge volumes of data in a very effective way, with less resource consumption is better.
Informatica Power Center is a widely used extraction, transformation and loading (ETL) tool used in building enterprise data warehouses. The components within Informatica PowerCenter aid in extracting data from its source, transforming it as per business requirements and loading it into a target data warehouse.
This course is designed for the absolute beginner, developers, and database analysts, Analytics Professionals, BI/ETL/DW Professionals, Mainframe Developers and Architects, Enterprise Business Intelligence. Anyone interested to change career into informatica database management.
Individual must have some Knowledge of basic SQL and Basic UNIX Commands.
You can become an ETL developer or administrator in major IT companies like Infosys, Wipro, Genpact, Cyient and many other companies.
The course main topics are Introduction, Designer Overview, Creating and debugging a mapping, Transformation Objects in Depth, Working with Flat Files, Using the Debugger and more concepts.
Creating and debugging a mapping
Transformation Objects in Depth I
Working with Flat Files
Using the Debugger
Transformation Objects in Depth II
Transformation Objects in Depth III
Designer: Propagate attributes
Sharing and Reusing Designer Objects
Transformation Objects in Depth IV