Step Ahead introduces a series of E-learning products around Oracle Business Intelligence to help client employees learn at their own pace.
Our modules are built by experts who have worked with large companies in rolling out multi-location solutions and bring deep understanding business, technologies, and customer use cases. With Step Ahead’s e-learning system, customers can pace their learning according to their requirements. Some of the features of our program include:
- Each module is self-contained
- Each module contains theory, demo, and trial labs
- Every module is designed to flex between two and three hours to meet client requirements
- Modules are flexibly designed to enable participants to move from one module to another according to their choice
- Our platform is secure, scalable, cost effective and up-to-date
OBIEE Course Catalog
The thoughts that went behind in creating this module was to present business intelligence with the right mix of business and technology. From a lay man’s point of view, it presents a stage for what business intelligence truly is and then leaps forward in taking you on a journey with Oracle Business Intelligence technology platform. This module will give you enough technical information to talk about technology to IT from a business perspective. After all at Step Ahead we strongly believe that for an organization to deploy OBIEE successfully, you need to wear a business hat and solve business problems through technology.
The emphasis on this module is like taking you on a joy ride. Yes, we open up the OBIEE technology platform and explore the most commonly used components and helping you get around. Therefore this module content will come in useful for you to understand how to use this product, what it takes to build reports and how dashboards are organized and how basic administration tasks are done. We have made an attempt in bundling the right amount of technology for you to make meaningful decisions in terms of managing a project, scoping a projects or even embarking on some basic development activities.
The transition in this module from business to IT is complete. If you are a technical project manager, then, this module will give you a deep insight into how OBIEE is architected and deployed. This is a must for any BI architect. The focus on this module is in OBIEE architecture and its components. How you can leverage the technology platform for various situations and needs of your client. Pretty comprehensive and detailed in terms what needs to be considered when implementing OBIEE. We start off with OBIEE Architecture, then we talk about integration of OBIEE with CRM and ERP and then we go through various deployment options and close it up with Clustering.
This module takes you on an inside journey with OBIEE repository development. We go through the use of the OBIEE Admin Tool in some greater detail. We talk about all the three layers and detail out how they are related, modeled and presented to business. Anyone who wants to know how to model OBIEE can take this as a refresher course. You gain pretty good insight of the Admin tool and will know all the basic steps of building a data model.
This is a very interesting and most important module of all. If you are a project manager or entrusted with a BI project, then this module is a must. For the first time you will hear and know about how Six Sigma BI frameworks is being used. Though the entire framework is not exposed, however you gain critical insights and ‘to dos’ that are most important in the success of a BI project. If you cannot measure your metric , then why build one? Today, most of the BI deployments are done without measuring the metrics and that is one of the prime causes for most of the BI project failures. Take this module for some interesting inputs.
Quick Tip 1: Advanced Formatting for Reports Leverage this tip to learn advanced formatting option for a report within OBIEE to work with conditional formatting and page break for required display of aggregation. Learn about column properties and dashboard editor.
Quick Tip 2: Customizing BI Presentation Learn how to apply your organizational standards and corporate logo and branding to the BI dashboard environment. This demonstration shows you detail information on how you can customize different presentation components for OBIEE.
Quick Tip 3: Usage Tracking with OBIEE. Usage tracking is a feature that can be enabled in OBIEE to understand the usages of the reports, dashboards, and users within OBIEE. Use this tip to learn about usage tracking setup and analytics that helps understand the system usage.
Quick Tip 1: Working with Session Variables and Init Block Variables and Init blocks within OBIEE Admin Tool are very powerful feature that allows for many dynamic and session based operations. Use this tip to learn and implement how to work with variable and init block, and their use cases.
Quick Tip 2: Leveraging Aggregate and Partitioned Tables Very often, data warehouse allows you to have aggregated data available to you. Similarly, you may have scenario of segregated data set across tables. Use tip to learn how to make OBIEE aware of aggregation and partition setup to improve performance of your reporting environment.
Quick Tip 3: Multi User Development Environment Setup. OBIEE Admin Tool allows for project based development by facilitating built-in multi user development environment. Use this tip to learn about development environment set up as well as rpd merge process.
Quick Tip 1: OBIEE Architecture and Installation Use this tip to learn about OBIEE architecture, run-time environment, and artifacts that you need to be aware of for administration and easy to manage migration.
Quick Tip 2: Security Overview Use this tip to learn about security architecture of the OBIEE and understand which approach of user security model is right for you. The demonstration show metadata security as well as how to implement data security with OBIEe.
Quick Tip 3: Making Sense of the Analytics Log. Trouble shooting information is very helpful when you are investigating report performance issue or environment issues. Use this tip to learn about how to navigate through analytics log and understand how to use information provided by the log file.