September 20th Presentation featuring Alberto Fazio from Database & Technology (D&T)

Presentation: Migration from Oracle Warehouse Builder to Oracle Data Integrator – fast and safe!

Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) is Oracle’s strategic product for high-performance, flexible and heterogeneous data integration. The main benefit of a migration to ODI, is that the basic Oracle Warehouse Builder (OWB) functionality remains available in ODI.
In its latest “Statement of Direction”, Oracle announced that OWB would not be supported, beyond release 12 of the Oracle database. Database & Technology  (D&T) is an Oracle Gold Partner that offers a complete OWB to ODI migration service using its intelligently automated OWB2ODI. This presentation will focus on the migration, reworking and customization of the OWB mappings and process flows in ODI.

Speaker: Alberto Fazio, Database & Technology (D&T)

  • Alberto Fazio is currently an Oracle Data Integrator, for D&T, in Italy
  • Alberto has been with D&T since 1999, and he has been involved in Data Integration, and migrations from OWB to ODI, since 2008
  • Alberto also works as an Oracle instructor, teaching courses on ODI at many European institutions, on behalf of Oracle University

Date: Thursday, September 15, 2016
Registration & Refreshments: 8:00 am
Presentation: 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Presentation Location: Suncor Energy Centre
West Tower  – Room 17 L
150 – 6th Ave. SW

Now attend presentations remotely – via WebEx!
For the first time, our presenter will be broadcasting from Italy, via WebEx,
to our on-site audience in Calgary!
If you cannot attend the presentation in person, COUG is continuing to offer WebEx attendance to our Presentations at no charge to you
To take advantage of this incredible opportunity, or for more information, please email us at webex@coug.ab.caFor the September presentation, we need to receive your email by 7 pm on Wednesday, September 14th.

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