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Managing an Oracle Systems Integration Project

© 2007-2016 by Burleson Corporation

This course is taught at your Company site with up to 20 students. 

Click here for on-site course prices

 

 

Key Features

* 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.

  

Course Description

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.

The student will leave this seminar with an in-depth understanding of the software engineering integration techniques and approaches including ODBC, system API’s, 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.

Book Required

  • N/A

Audience

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 prerequisites.

Curriculum Design

This course was designed by Donald K. Burleson, an acknowledged leader in Oracle database administration.  Burleson was chosen by Oracle Press to write the authorized edition of Oracle High-Performance SQL tuning.  Burleson Corporation instructors offer decades of real world DBA experience in Oracle features, and they will share their Oracle secrets in this intense Oracle new features training.



Managing a Systems Integration Project

Syllabus

© 2007-2016 by Donald K. Burleson

This course will be approximately 30% lecture and 70% open discussion. The focus will be on exploring issues that are germane to the new Medicare Computer System while concentrating on a conceptual overview of integration issues.

Day One: Morning
 
An overview of project management
 
- Highest level overview ("where do we begin?")
defining project management
defining the needs and goals for the project
defining the scope of the project
defining the project manager’s role
defining the functional managers role
defining the contractors role
characteristics of a successful integration project
- Project planning
- Project monitoring
- Managing changes in requirements
 
Planning for flexibility
Risk management
- Management of Project resources
Issues of size and scope
Establishing an integration strategy
 
Day One: Afternoon
 
A standard approach to integration project management
- An overview of systems theory
- modeling the project
- Planning for Problems
What can go wrong in a project
Quality metrics
Quality Measurement
- Providing management incentives
- Organizing the integration team - Infrastructure
structures
traditional organization
line-staff positions
matrix organization
characteristics of a successful project manager
team building
The variables for success
Project tracking (measuring your progress and success)
- Modeling and simulation
- PERT/CPM
network fundamentals
estimating activities and milestones
determining the critical path(s)
crashing a project
- Gantt charting
- Software project management tools
management
Performance measurement
Simulation and modeling
- Managing Risk

 

 
Day Two: Morning
 
Implementation of the integration project
- Architectural implementation and Infrastructure issues
- Migration Strategies
integration vs. replication
data conversion and cleansing
Planning for hardware, software, network and personnel
Measuring progress
Continuous processing during integration
A conceptual overview of systems integration
A historical perspective - organization and economic factors in system integration
The factors that create integrated architectures
Rightsizing
Corporate acquisitions
New technologies
- Essentials of integrated systems
Data integrity management
Transparency features
Location transparency
Domains and location transparency
Performance and tuning methods
Interoperability features
- Types of integrated systems
Architectural distribution
Geographical distribution
System Integration Issues
- Database issues
Integrated database connectivity
Database API's
Programming for portability
Intersystem connectivity
Cross-database connectivity with IBM mainframes
Data communications and integrated databases
Integrated database access control
Integrated database concurrency management
The problem of cohesive updating
Alternative integrity mechanisms
Integrated database concurrency
- Operating System Software
Integration of mainframe with UNIX environments
Integrated software platforms
Monitoring multiple OS environments
- Hardware Issues
Insuring reliability - mirrored servers, RAID, load-sharing
Integrated system Security
Security for integrated databases
Problems with integrated database security
Benefits of integrated database security
Developing a integrated database security plan
Common problems with integrated security plans
How security is breached
Preventing security breaches
Integrated database backup and recovery
Programming for portability
Intersystem connectivity
 
Day Two: Afternoon
 
Afternoon session - Summary and open discussion of the integration project issues and strategies

 

 

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