* Define the needs and
goals for the project.
* Plan for flexibility.
* Learn project tracking.
* Implement the integration project.
* Employ data integrity management.
* Use integrated software platforms.
* Integrate project issues and strategies.
This two-day seminar is designed to give the student a
firm conceptual understanding of how new technologies are
integrated with existing legacy systems. The seminar explains the
concepts and techniques in plain English and strips away all of the
marketing hype to give the student a clear understanding of how to
plan and manage a systems integration project. The seminar begins
with a historical review of centralized and open systems and
explains the basic integration approaches.
student will leave this seminar with an in-depth understanding of
the software engineering integration techniques and approaches
including ODBC, system APIs, and gateway products. In
addition, the student will learn about the business challenges
involved in systems integration, including detailed costs/benefit
analysis and dealing with other corporations. Lastly, the attendee
will be exposed a integration planning life cycle where they will
understand the process of planning, data extraction, bridge
building and system cutover.
This course is designed for the working
Oracle professional and the amount of previous experience with
Oracle is incidental.
Previous experience with relational database management and SQL is
helpful, but this class is self-contained and has no formal