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Customers often inquire about the best way to get their team up to speed on the Informatica solutions. The question Informatica University hears frequently is whether a team should attend our public scheduled courses or hold a Private training event. The number of resources to be skilled on the products will help to determine which option to choose. If your team, or multiple teams within your company, has 7 or more resources that require getting up to speed on the Informatica products, then a Private training event is the recommended choice.
Seven (7) for a remote instructor and nine (9) for an onsite instructor is the break even cost per resource when determining whether to hold a private training and is the most cost efficient delivery for a team. In addition to the cost benefit, customers who have taken this option value the daily access to their team members to keep business operations humming along, and the opportunity to collaborate with key team members not attending by allowing them to provide input to project perspective.
These reserved events also provide the opportunity to be adapted to focus on a customers needs by tailoring course materials to highlight topics that will be key to a project’s implementation which provide creative options to get a team up to speed on the Informatica projects at hand.
With Informatica University’s new flexible pricing, hosting a Private Training event is easy. All it takes is:
- A conference room
- Training PC’s or laptops for participants
- Access to the Internet
- An LCD projector, screen, white board, and appropriate markers
Private training events provide the opportunity to get your resources comfortable and efficient with the Informatica Solutions and have a positive impact on the success of your projects.
To understand more about Informatica’s New Flexible Pricing, contact email@example.com
Attention MDM developers, did you know that Informatica Master Data Management MultiDomain Edition now supports record locking in addition to table locking? Now you can have a batch process and allow users to access data without locking the entire table.
As of release 9.x, MDM now supports record locking. Earlier versions of MDM MultiDomain allowed table locks, but newer versions (since 9.x) allow for record locking.
You can accomplish record locking by enabling “BATCH API Interoperability.” (more…)
What an amazing week we had last week in Vegas with the Informatica community. I hope you all enjoyed the conference as much as I did. Having spent the last year pulling together the various components, it is wonderful when it all comes together! There were many memorable highlights ranging from the Product Councils on the Monday, to the pool party that evening to the keynotes on Tuesday including the launch of the Informatica 9.5 Platform, breakouts, hands-on labs, the Executive Summit, the Advisory Boards, the party at Haze nightclub and the closing keynotes.
Here are a few of my favorites – what are yours? (more…)
As we look at 2012 it is abundantly clear that the importance of “data” is on the rise….big data, data management, master data management (MDM), data governance….these major trends are all getting increased attention in business, technology and mainstream media. Considering that data management was even mentioned by President Obama during the recent State of the Union Address, it’s safe to say that data’s time has definitely come!
Successfully executing any one of these data-centered initiatives and realizing the desired ‘return on data’ requires one fundamental ingredient……data you and your business users can trust. After all, without confidence in the data you are relying on, it’s back to the old adage of ‘garbage in, garbage out’. Fortunately, Informatica’s relentless pursuit to be a leader in data integration means you have the right MDM, data quality and data integration tools to help get the job done. (more…)
Are you accelerating your company’s project delivery needs?
Many Fortune 500 and Global 500 companies understand that their mission-critical data must be managed, so if you are a developer with the desire to work faster and better you should think about Informatica University Training and Certification.
Why? Because you can establish yourself as a key resource with the skills and experience to 1) ensure a trusted view of your organization’s business data, 2) to accelerate your company’s project delivery needs, or just 3) to demonstrate that you have the needed skills to provide your business the right information at the right time. (more…)
Welcome to the first Informatica University blog! I am very excited to share the launch of Informatica University with you, our loyal education services customers and partners.
Informatica University’s singular mission is to ensure that you have the skills and knowledge needed to accelerate your return on data.
So, why did we choose to launch a new brand for our education, training and certification offerings? To maximize the return from the significant investments you have made in our technology to solve your business critical data issues, we knew that we needed to provide you with the best training and certification possible. The launch of Informatica University reflects the evolution of our programs to meet that objective. (more…)
You probably know that you can and must validate the integrity of your Data Model using the Metadata Manager Tool workbench (MET), but you can also do much more. In this blog I focus on three additional things you can do with the MET.
Once you have used MET to obtain a valid Data Model, you can continue using MET to:
Migrate your project from development to test, and to production via change lists. (more…)