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Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) is the next-generation business intelligence system for enterprise reporting at Stanford. Users can access a full range of reporting and analysis tools via OBIEE including interactive dashboards, ad hoc queries, financial reports, and search.

Training Mode: Online

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    Description

    a).Introduction to Oracle Business Intelligence

    1. Business Intelligence and Transactional Applications

    2. Daily Business Intelligence

    3. Business Intelligence Balanced Scorecard

    4. Enterprise Planning and Budgeting

    5. Activity-Based Management for Business Intelligence

    6. Oracle Integration Components Enabling Business Intelligence

    7. Business Intelligence Data Hubs

    8. Business Activity Monitoring

    9. BPEL Process Manager

    10. Enterprise Messaging Service

    11. Custom Data Warehouse Solutions

    12. The Role of the Oracle Database in Business Intelligence

    13. Oracle Warehouse Builder

    14. Oracle Business Intelligence Standard Edition

    15. Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition

    16. Business Intelligence (XML) Publisher

    17. Oracle Portal

    18. Spreadsheet Add-ins

    19. Building Custom Business Intelligence Applications

    20. Emerging Trends in Business Intelligence

    b). Oracle’s Transactional Business Intelligence

    1. Transactional Business Intelligence

    2. Oracle’s Daily Business Intelligence

    3. How Business Intelligence Works

    4. Varieties of Business Intelligence

    5. Business Intelligence Balanced Scorecards

    6. Oracle Balanced Scorecard Structure

    7. OBSC Architecture

    8. Creating an Oracle Balanced Scorecard

    9. Business Intelligence Data Hubs

    10. The Oracle Customer Data Hub

    11. Internals of Oracle Data Hubs

    12. Other Oracle Data Hubs

    13. Transactional vs. Strategic Business Intelligence

    c). Introduction to Oracle Data Warehousing

    1. Oracle Data Warehousing Basics

    2. Oracle Database Analysis

    3. Business Intelligence Schema Considerations

    4. Managing an Oracle-based Data Warehouse

    5. Oracle/PeopleSoft EPM

    6. Oracle/Siebel Business Analytics Applications

    7. Build or Buy?  Choosing a Custom Business Intelligence solution

    d). Business Intelligence Project Planning

    1. Uncovering Key Business information Initiatives

    2. Information Sources for Business Intelligence

    3. What is Important in Business Intelligence?

    4. Business Intelligence Accountability

    5. Securing Business Sponsorship

    6. Establish a Steering Committee

    7. The Business Intelligence Project Review Board

    8. Endorsing a Methodology

    9. Choosing a of Business Intelligence Methodology

    10. Staffing the Business Intelligence Project

    11. Business Intelligence Organization Structure

    12. Maximizing the End-User Experience

    13. Engaging the Business: Education and Training

    14. Managing Risk

    15. Managing Business Intelligence Expectations

    16. Business Intelligence Contingency Allocation

    17. Financial and Technology Risk Assessment

    18. Business Intelligence Feasibility Analysis

    e). Understanding Business Intelligence Needs

    1. Avoiding Bad Deployment Choices

    2. Creating Independent Data Marts

    3. Building for Flexible Reporting

    4. Identifying Business Intelligence Sources of Information

    5. Limiting and scrubbing Internal Data

    6. Ensuring Current High-Quality Data

    7. Planning for Business Intelligence Growth & Flexibility

    8. Project Drivers and Business Types

    9. Business Intelligence in Financial Companies

    10. Business Intelligence in Healthcare

    11. Business Intelligence in Manufacturing

    12. Business Intelligence in Media and Entertainment

    13. Business Intelligence in Retail

    14. Telecommunications

    15. Other Business Types: Transportation and Utilities

    16. Business Intelligence in Educational Institutions

    17. Government Agencies

    18. Developing Scope and Gaining Business Support

    f). Justifying  Business Intelligence  Projects – cost/benefit analysis

    1. Business Intelligence conceptual planning

    2. Evaluating Business Constraints

    3. Where to Start Justification

    4. Measuring Value in Business Intelligence

    5. Common Metrics to Measure

    6. Common Budgeting Techniques

    7. Total Cost of Ownership

    8. Modeling Total Cost of Ownership

    9. Return on Investment

    10. Modeling Return on Investment

    11. Claiming Success

    g). Choosing a Platform for Oracle Business Intelligence

    1. Scaling Up Platforms Versus Scaling Out

    2. Hardware Platforms for Business Intelligence

    3. Cost and Availability Considerations

    4. Business Intelligence Manageability Considerations

    5. Sizing the Business Intelligence Hardware Platform

    6. Information Needed for Warehouse Hardware Sizing

    7. Benchmarking a Business Intelligence system

    8. Sizing Hardware for Business Intelligence Tools

    h). Designing Oracle Business Intelligence for Maximum Usability

    1. Approaches for Business Intelligence Design

    2. Key Business Intelligence Design Considerations

    3. Features for Design — Enhancing Performance

    4. Business Scenario

    5. Normalized Database Design for Business Intelligence

    6. Multi-Dimensional Database Design

    7. Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) Design

    8. Selecting the Best Design Approach for your Business Intelligence Project

    i). Oracle Business Intelligence Tools

    1. Oracle Portal and Portal Products

    2. Using Oracle Portal

    3. Building and Deploying Oracle Portal and Portlets

    4. Business Intelligence and XML Publisher

    5. Oracle Reports and Business Intelligence

    6. Oracle  Business Intelligence  Reporting Workbench (Actuate)

    7. Ad hoc Query and Analysis for Business Intelligence

    8. Discoverer and Business Intelligence Standard Edition

    9. Building Business Intelligence Applications

    10. JDeveloper and  Business Intelligence  Beans

    11. Using Oracle Data Miner (ODM)

    j). Oracle Data Loading and ETL

    1. Oracle Database Data Loading Features

    2. Embedded ETL in the Oracle Database

    3. SQL*Loader

    4. Change Data Capture (CDC)

    5. Transportable Tablespaces

    6. Data Pump

    7. Oracle Warehouse Builder and Business Intelligence

    8. OWB Packaging

    9. Typical Steps when using OWB

    10. ETL Design in OWB

    11. OWB and Dimensional Models

    12. The OWB Process Editor

    13. Balancing Data Loading Choices

    k). Managing the Oracle Data Warehouse

    1. Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control

    2. Database Performance Monitoring

    3. Database Administration

    4. Database Maintenance

    5. Database Topology

    6. Management and Management Options

    l). Business Intelligence Performance Tuning

    1. Understanding Performance Challenges in Business Intelligence Applications

    2. Causes of Poor Business Intelligence Performance

    3. Successful Approaches to Performance Tuning

    4. Critical Tasks for Performance Tuning Lifecycle

    5. Hardware Configuration for Business Intelligence

    6. Software Configuration for Business Intelligence

    7. Database Application Design

    8. Business Scenario: Tuning Our Sample Solution

    9. Oracle Enterprise Manager Advisory Framework

    10. Oracle Business Intelligence Best Practices.

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