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This course highlights the features within the Oracle database specifically intended to support data warehouses and data mining operations. It is presented as a two-volume set. The first volume considers data warehousing concepts and the requirements to initially configure a data warehouse installation. The second volume discusses how the Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB) product may be used to implement and maintain both transactional and warehouse databases, and the movement of data between those two different types of installations.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
The target audience for this course is database administrators, data warehouse administrators and application developers who will be responsible for implementing applications using data warehouse technology.
A mandatory prerequisite to this course is Oracle Database 11g: Implement Parallel SQL & Partitioning for Data Warehouses. Additionally, it is recommended that one have attended one of the following advanced courses provided for either database developers or database administrators:* Oracle Database 11g: New & Advanced Features for Developers * Oracle Database 11g: New Features for Administrators
Last Update: May 25, 2013