Oracle BI 10g (OBIEE): Interactive Dashboards & Answers

PT8646
Summary
The principal objective of this initial course volume is to convey a practical and common sense guide to the theory and concepts of data modeling. Using these sophisticated techniques one can create an elegant logical design of a database. Within this course we discuss not only the premier modeling theories from the best industry experts but also present the practical and real-world experience of the past 20-years of data design practitioners. The methodologies discussed are applicable to any relational database environment, including IBM DB2, the Oracle database, Microsoft SQL Server, the open-source MySQL and PostgreSQL databases as well as other RDBMS platforms. They are also applicable to other database technologies, such as object databases and legacy IMS and IDMS databases. Finally, while we use the free Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler product as a demonstration modeling tool, one can complete the exercises of this course and apply the techniques learned using any other popular data model diagramming tool, such as IBM InfoSphere Data Architect, CA ErWin Data Modeler, Embarcadero ER/Studio and others.
Prerequisites
No mandatory prerequisites exist for this course. However a basic knowledge of computer systems, business systems requirements and database technologies is helpful.
Duration
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
Entities & Relationships Semantic & Object Oriented Modeling Of Domains & Types Time-Dependency & State-Dependency Classic Structures & Patterns Logical / Physical Model Transformation Rdbms Implementation Of The Physical Model AudienceThis course is designed for business analysts, data modelers, data analysts and data architects, senior application designers and developers and database administrators.
Topics
  • Data Modeling Theory & Concepts
  • Building An Initial Data Model
  • Drawing A Model Using Software Engineering Tools
  • Increasing The Accuracy Of The Model
  • Finding & Fixing Attribute Mistakes
  • Semantic & Object Oriented Modeling Of Entities & Relationships
  • Semantic & Object Oriented Modeling Of Domains & Types
  • Time-Dependency & State-Dependency
  • Classic Structures & Patterns
  • Logical / Physical Model Transformation
  • Rdbms Implementation Of The Physical Model

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