Informatica MDM

5323 Duration 30 Hours

The Informatica Master Data Management (MDM) is a unique trust framework that delivers consolidated and reliable business-critical data with complete workflow management

IBM, TCS, Capgemini, Fujitsu, Infosys, Wipro, cognizant, L&T, Accenture hires Informatica professionals

An Informatica MDM developer average salary is $105,612 - (Indeed.com)

 


180 Days Tool access

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Real-time case studies

Project integrated into the Curriculum

24*7 Support from our team of administrators


Self Paced Learning

10,200 12,000 

  • Premium-quality materials
  • Self-learning content
  • Course Designed by industry specialists

Instructor Led Live Training

14,450 17,000 

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  • Course Designed by industry specialists
  • Lifetime access to led live coaching classes

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    • 1.1 - Master Data Management
    • 1.2 - A Reliable Foundation Of Master Reference Data
    • 1.3 - Components of MDM Hub
    • 1.4 - Application Server Tier
    • 1.5 - Database Server Tier
    • 1.6 - Batch Data Process Flow
    • 1.7 - Trust Framework
    • 1.8 - Consolidation Flag
    • 2.1.- Data Model Elements
    • 2.2 - Data Model
    • 2.3 - Relationships
    • 2.4 - Relationship Types
    • 2.5 - Lookups
    • 2.6 - Global Business Identifier (GBID)
    • 3.1 - Basic & Complex Mappings
    • 3.2 - Cleansing and Transforming Data
    • 3.3 - Execution Component
    • 3.4 - Testing Mappings
    • 3.5 - Reusable Cleanse Components
    • 3.6 - External Data Cleansing
    • 3.7 - Delta Detection, Audit Trail & Rejects
    • 3.8 - Cleanse Match Servers
    • 3.9 - High-Level Stage Process Flow
    • 3.10 - Detailed Stage Process Flow
    • 4.1 - Trust
    • 4.2 - Validation Rule
    • 4.3 - Trust & Validation Rules: Things to note
    • 4.4 - Cell Level Update
    • 4.5 - Allow NULL Update
    • 4.6 - Allow NULL Foreign Key
    • 4.7 - How the Load work
    • 5.1 - Match & Merge Overview
    • 5.2 - Key Activities for Configuring Rules
    • 5.3 - Match/Search Strategy for Base Object
    • 5.4 - Population
    • 5.5 - Match Path, Columns and Match Key
    • 5.6 - Match Rules and Rule Sets
    • 5.7 - Primary Key Match Rules
    • 5.8 - Match Rules using Primary Key Match
    • 5.9 - Match Keys Distribution
    • 5.10 - Merge Settings
    • 5.11 - Match/ Merge Properties: Merge Style Base Object
    • 5.12 - External Match
    • 5.13 - Match Server Architecture
    • 6.1 - Queries & Packages Overview
    • 6.2 - Query
    • 6.3 - Package
    • 7.1 - Batch Viewer
    • 8.1 - Recap: Consolidation Flags
    • 8.2 - Merge Manager
    • 8.3 - Data Manager
    • 8.4 - Unmerge and Tree Unmerge
    • 9.1 - User Objects
    • 9.2 - User Object Registry Tool
    • 9.3 - User Exits in Java
    • 9.4 - User Exits in the STAGE Process
    • 9.5 - User Exits in the LOAD Process
    • 9.6 - User Exits in the MATCH Process
    • 9.7 - User Exits in the MERGE Process
    • 9.8 - User Exits in the UNMERGE Process
    • 10.1 - Enterprise Manager
    • 10.2 - Hub Server Tab
    • 10.3 - Cleanse Servers Tab
    • 10.4 - Environment Report Tab
    • 10.5 - ORS Databases Tab
    • 10.6 - Database Log File
    • 10.7 - Application Server Log
    • 10.8 - Cleanse/ Match Server Logs
    • 10.9 - Console Log
    • 11.1 - Entities & Entity Type
    • 11.2 - HM Relation ships
    • 11.3 - HM Hierarchies
    • 11.4 - Hierarchy Management
    • 11.5 - HM Profiles
    • 11.6 - HM Packages
    • 12.1 - Resources
    • 12.2 - Resource Groups
    • 12.3 - Privileges
    • 12.4 - Roles
    • 13.1 - Introduction to Siperian SIF
    • 13.2 - SIF Framework
    • 13.3 - SIF Features & Benefits
    • 13.4 - SIF & Integration Interacting with SIF
    • 13.5 - SIF Architecture & Protocols
    • 13.6 - SIF Request Object with Examples
    • 13.7 - Processing Responses
    • 13.8 - About Record
    • 13.9 - SIF APIs with Examples
    • 13.10 - ORS Specific APIs
    • 13.11 - Introduction to SIF Manager
    • 13.12 - Logging
    • 13.13 - Auditing
    • 14.1 - IDD Configuration
    • 14.2 - Business Data Director – User Interface
    • 14.3 - Create, Manage, Consume And Monitor
    • 14.4 - Data Model Elements
    • 14.5 - Configuration File
    • 14.6 - Subject Area
    • 14.7 - Subject Area Groups
    • 14.8 - BDD Data Display
    • 14.9 - Relationships
    • 14.10 - Application Validation
    • 14.11 - Importing an Application
    • 14.12 - Match Paths
    • 14.13 - Lookup
    • 14.14 - Cleansing
    • 14.15 - Resources and Privileges
    • 15.1 - Create a Message Queue in Application server
    • 15.2 - Configure the ORS Specific Schema
    • 15.3 - Test the Queue
    • 15.4 - Configure the MRM to the Queue
    • 15.5 - Checking Message Queue count in App server.
    • 15.6 - Publish Message to the Queues
    • 16.1 - Job scheduling
    • 16.2 - Creation of ORS
    • 16.3 - Installation
    • 16.4 - Load by Rowid Object
    • 16.5 - External Matching

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