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Seeking for reliable candidate as "System Admin / Database Admin " for an IT consulting team, who is supporting for ERP development & web application in Madurai Bypass road. Male / below 40 yrs / with UG/PG CS/IT/ 2-5 yrs exp., Salary: 15K + other benefits (Pay will vary for experienced candidate) Role: Microsoft SQL server 2008, Server Integration Service & Reporting Service C#,.net. 1 Vacancy Immediate Opening
India

SERVICENOW ADMIN AND DEVELOPMENT During this 3-day interactive training course you will implement various system administration functions in your own instance, which is a safe sandbox to perform fundamental administration and configuration tasks: • Perform core configuration tasks. • Work with UI Policies, Data Policies, UI Actions, Business Rules and Client Scripts. • Use the Mobile Platform. • Activate Plugins. • Add users, groups, and roles. • Manage data with Tables, the CMDB, Import Sets, and Update Sets. • Work with two key Process Applications: Knowledge Base and Service Catalog. • Create Workflow activities and approvals. • Configure Alerts and Notifications. • View Upgrade History and Status. • Control System Access and Data Security. • Create Baseline Performance Metrics. • Run Reports, configure SLAs, and perform Instance Branding and Customization. • Integrate social IT elements and learn best practices. We weave a scenario throughout our course to present real world, relevant lab exercises. The 3-day class features lecture and group discussions, as well extensive hands-on practice and reinforcement delivered in a wide variety of labs, tech talks, and a comprehensive case study. Click here to view the entire course outline. Who Should Attend This course is designed for new ServiceNow System Administrators, those who are 0-3 months into a new deployment. Prerequisites The Foundations online learning course has six modules which introduce the ServiceNow platform and interface, where you explore what you can do on the platform. Class Schedule (includes 1 hour lunch break)- 3 days. Service now Advanced Administration Are you administering a ServiceNow system and need to fine-tune features based on your organization's needs? Want to learn how to automate more of your company processes? This two-day course provides hands-on practice for implementing new workflows and changing system settings. Best Practices around a core set of ServiceNow applications are detailed and applied to course work. Starting with a Requirements document, students implement workflows and system enhancements to a ServiceNow system that has been in production for approximately 6-12 months. A compelling story is woven throughout the course content and lab work to help students learn to: • Capture class work in update sets to understand their purpose and movement. • Implement new workflows that use a variety of activities to understand how records are generated from workflows. • Coordinate Service Catalog options, including two-step checkout, cart controls, and variables. • Create and link Content Management System (CMS) content blocks and pages to present a menu of services to ServiceNow users. • Use a database view and trend data to do reporting. Field color assignment and security controls are discussed in relation to reporting. • Implement a Web Services integration and learn about the possible data paths into ServiceNow. • Set system controls that direct the right data to the right users at the right time. • Investigate performance issues, learn troubleshooting tools, and use system logs to find issues. Who should attend: This course is designed for ServiceNow administrators and consultants who maintain ServiceNow systems that have been in production for approximately 6-12 months and successfully passed the System Administration certification. Prerequisites • Certified System Administrator • Students should work all of the exercises and labs from lessons 1 – 8 of CodeAcademy's JavaScript course. • scripting in ServiceNow is highly recommended Course Details: • 2 day, Onsite Instructor Led training course Scripting in Service Now Need to take advantage of the extensibility of ServiceNow? Want to add new functionality or modify the baseline behavior of your instance? If so, attend Scripting in ServiceNow to learn how to use our JavaScript API. This class begins with client side scripting and transitions to server side scripting. You will write, test, and debug scripts using real-world, relevant lab exercises. The class features lecture and discussion as well extensive hands-on practice and reinforcement delivered in a wide variety of lab activities. During this interactive training course you will perform scripting functions in your own instance. This will provide a safe sandbox for practicing and becoming comfortable with both client side and server side scripting, including UI policies, business rules, and best practices. The course content and lab work help students learn to: • Determine when it is appropriate to script • Configure a ServiceNow instance for Scripting • Write, test, and debug client side scripts o Client Scripts o UI Policies o UI Scripts • Write, test, and debug server side scrip o Business Rules o UI Actions o Script Actions o Workflow Scripts o Scheduled Jobs o Develop Scripting best practices o Write, test, and debug Script Includes o On Demand Functions o Server side o Client/Server • Manage Events Who should attend? Experienced ServiceNow System Administrators wishing to extend the functionality of their instance. We recommend that you have a minimum of 3-6 months of experience with the ServiceNow platform and have attended the System Administration course. System Administration certification is preferred. Prerequisites Ability to write, test, and debug JavaScript. Course Details: 3 day, Onsite Instructor Led training course. SERVICE NOW ONLINE TRAINING COURSE CONTENT: 1) INTRODUCTION TO SERVICENOW TRAINING • Introduction to service now instances & Process • SNC Navigations • SNC Applications and Modules • Forms, Lists and Tables 2) BASIC FORMS AND LIST MODIFICATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION • Personalizing Forms • Creating new sections in forms • Personalizing Lists and List controls • Introduction to Different types of Fields • Dependent choice field creation 3) CONFIGURING USERS AND GROUPS AND ADMINISTRATION • Users • Groups • Roles • Roles tagging to users and groups 4) TABLES & COLUMNSAND ADMINISTRATION • Introduction, schema map, creating tables adding fields etc. • Auditing tables and fields • Skipping a field from Auditing • Recovering deleted data 5) APPLICATIONS AND MODULESAND ADMINISTRATION Creating and modifying applications and modules and other related activities of Servinow admin Limiting access of Applications and modules to specific set of roles 6) INTRODUCTION ON DIFFERENT MODULES • Incident Management • Problem Management • Change Management and it’s workflows • Servicenow Training developer Level Management 7) CHANGE MANAGEMENT • Different types of change requests and their significance • Change Types and Respective workflows • Risk Assessment Plugin activation • Risk Questionnaires configuration and defining thresholds and conditions • Approvals debugging in workflows • Creating Dynamic approvals 8) SERVICE LEVEL MANAGEMENT • SLA definitions and triggering conditions • SLA schedules • Excluding and Including holidays in Schedules • Retroactive start usage in SLA • SLA workflow and Notifications on breach 9) SERVICENOW TRAINING CATALOG • Introduction to Items and Categories • Record Producers • Introduction to Variables and Variable Sets. • Creating workflows • Associating workflows to Items 10) EMAIL NOTIFICATIONS AND EVENTS • Email notification creation(when to trigger, whom to trigger, What content to send) • Templates utilization in email notification • Events creation • Email notification through events • Email notification in workflow via notification and events • Send to event creator usage • Email Inbound and Outbound server properties setting • Debugging mail sending issues 11) IMPORT SETS AND TRANSFORM MAPS • Data load through excel • Transform Mapping(Auto and Manual mapping) • Transform Scripts to restrict inserts and update • Data source creation (FTP,JDBC,LDAP,files like excel,csv) • Utilizing data source in Data loads • Scheduled Imports 12) CMDB AND DISCOVERY • CMDB purpose in incident & problem & change request • CMDB classes structure • Data load using import sets into CMDB • CMDB relationships creation • Different ways how data come into CMDB(importsets,discovery,3rd party CMDB integration) • Discovery purpose • Help the helpdesk in ServiceNow • How to enable Discovery in Snow 13) SCRIPTING • Client Side scripting • Client Scripts (Intro, How to write and use) • UI Policy (Intro, How to write and use) • Server Side scripting • UI Action (Intro, How to write and use) • Business Rules and Global Business Rules (Intro, How to write and use) • Script Include 14) UPDATE SET • Creating an update set • Using an update set • Creating update source • Retrieving update sets • Moving changes between instances • Errors skipping and checking • Advantages and best practices 15) REPORTS, GAUGES AND HOMEPAGE • Creating Quick reports from lists • Creating Reports, Gauges and Homepages • Various types of reports and usage • Using Script Includes in reports • Scheduling reports • Report Administration 16) INBOUND EMAIL ACTIONS 17) ACCESS CONTROL RULES (ACL) 18) MID SERVER INSTALLATION • Mid Server setup download • MID Server configurations • Running MID servernow Training • Debugging MID server issues 19) SSO AND LDAP BASICS AND PROCESS • Purpose of SSO and LDAP • SSO considerations and requirements basics • SSO properties configurations • LDAP server configurations • LDAP OU definitions, Data Sources and Transforms
Bangalore (Karnataka)

Database Administrator Spectrum Softtech Solutions is looking for Senior MySQL Database Administrator to join our team. The profile of Sr. DBA include job responsibilities as; Job Profile The MySQL database administrator candidate will participate in the design, implementation, automation, optimization and ongoing administration of MySQL infrastructure and operations. Works hard to deliver top-notch support for all of the MySQL functionality, scalability, availability, performance and reliability for both in-house and cloud deployments. Designing, modeling, developing and supporting Database Management Systems (DBMS). Work with developers to design and optimize SQL queries and schema to participate in application deployments. Create and modify queries, stored procedures and scripts inside of MySQL Analyzing data requirements, data dictionaries, application and processing architectures, and database schema(s). Then design, develop, amend, optimize, and certify database schema(s) to meet system requirements. Coordinating day-to-day management, support, and troubleshooting activities of the team. Experience with database performance tuning and capacity planning. Provide database administration support, oversee environment management, monitor database health, resource planning, perform database upgrades and patching, backup/recovery, and make recommendations regarding enhancements and/or improvements Gather, analyze, and normalize relevant information related to and from business processes, functions, and operations to evaluate data credibility and determine relevance and meaning. Perform duties associated with data stewardship, data security, data integration, and data standards. Database mirroring and replications. Develop and manage daily operational procedures. Contribute to database planning efforts such as disaster recovery design, tool selection, warehousing and scaling initiatives Baseline activities include project management, development of best practices, repeatable procedures for deploying databases, day-to-day operational activities (break/fix, space management, backup/recovery and database replication setup/management). Create automated processes related to database administration, space management, security, monitoring, and performance Adhere to all required PCI/SDLC procedures, Ensuring database systems procedures adhere to regulatory requirements. Support required application maintenance windows, and support on-call. Perform installation, upgrades, and patching of database software. Troubleshoot and solve complex database problems through research, analysis and collaboration with team members. Desired candidate profile · 2+ years in database administration (DBA) with MySQL Database ·Knowledge and experience of MySQL query’s, views and Store procedures, with a proven track record · Knowledge and experience in managing relational databases ·Solid functional experience in Linux. · Good scripting ability and working knowledge of Shell Scripts · Strong organization, interpersonal, and team-leading skills ·Strong multi-tasking abilities, ability to work under pressure, and make priority decisions, ·Pro-active, dedicated, committed and responsible.
India

sadguru technologies 8179736190 ​Course name : WEBLOGIC11G 24*7 technical support faculty : Realtime experience Rs Trainings:is a brand and providing quality online and offline trainings to students in world wide. We are giving best online training on WEBLOGIC Highlights in our training service: Every faculty has Real Time experiance .Trained Resources placed in countries like Australia, USA, UK, JAPAN, SWEDEN etc.Any critical issues faced by resource resolved using Teamviewer, webex.Supporting the resource with Top 100 Interview questions. Résumé built in best corporate standards according to the job description. We will market the resume for top technolgy countries.After each week a status exam is conducted. Offline online trainings are conducted everyday.Weekend trainings for job goers.flexible timings in accordance with the resource comfortability.If version related to any Tool is upgraded. We will send the upgraded information via email.we will develop the Aquintance with Production,development and testing environments.Real time scenarios covered accross Software Development Life Cycle.for every 10 hours One hour catered to resolve the doubts.Explaining bugs and critical issues and development activities 24*7 technical supports sevices. Course content: WEBLOGIC ADMINISTRATION 11G ( on Linux Environment ) Description An enterprise application consists of various components and resources such as Enterprise JavaBeans, Servlets, JSPs, Database Connections, HTML files, XML files, etc. After application developers finish developing the various components, it is the system administrator's job to put everything together into the WebLogic Server environment and make it available to users at Web browsers. As a WebLogic Server Administrator, you are responsible for, among other things: • Starting and stopping servers • Balancing the load on servers or connection pools • Selecting and monitoring the configuration of resources • Detecting and correcting problems • Monitoring and evaluating system performance • Deploying Enterprise JavaBeans, Web Applicatio
Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)

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India (All cities)

WEBLOGIC ADMIN TRAINING IN HYDERABAD@Sadguru Technologies We are glad to announce our newly launched Online Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g SOA The Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Administration course describes how Oracle SOA Suite 11g, a Middleware component of Oracle Fusion Middleware, provides a complete set of service infrastructure components (such as Mediator, BPEL, Human Workflow, Business Rules, and Business Process Management components) for designing, deploying, and managing SOA composite applications. The participant is therefore required to have knowledge about essential Oracle WebLogic Server administration tasks. They learn how to install and configure Oracle SOA Suite 11g components in Oracle WebLogic Server domains. They learn to use the Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control Console to perform administrative tasks such as deploying SOA composite applications, configuring SOA composite application resources, monitoring SOA composite applications, managing and monitoring service engines, and updating the state of SOA composite applications. They also learn how to troubleshoot SOA composite applications by performing corrective actions such as fault recovery. They are given a brief introduction to tuning and configuring Oracle SOA Suite 11g environment for high availability. Course Contents: I. Introduction to Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g • Fusion Middleware concepts • Introduction to WebLogic Server • WebLogic Server Domain, Administration Server and Managed Server • Oracle Instance , Oracle Home, Metadata Repository • File System and Directory Structure in Fusion Middleware II. Installation & configuration of Fusion Middleware (DB, WebLogic & SOA Suite) • Installing Oracle Database • Installing Metadata Repository for Fusion Middleware • Installing WebLogic Server • Installing Additional Fusion Middleware component (SOA Suite) • Configuring Fusion Middleware component (SOA Suite) • Start/Stop Services Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g SOA Administrator Training - Contents • Start/Stop WebLogic Administration Server • Start/Stop Managed Server • Start/Stop Middleware Control III. Node Manager and Deploying Application • Introduction to Node Manager • Configuring Node Manager and starting Managed Servers using Node Manager • Overview of Deploying Applications • Understanding Data Sources • Deploying and Undeploying Java EE Applications IV. Monitoring Oracle Fusion Middleware • Overview of Monitoring Oracle Fusion Middleware • Monitoring the Status of Oracle Fusion Middleware • Monitoring an Oracle WebLogic Server Domain • Monitoring an Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Server or Managed Server • Monitoring a Component • Monitoring Applications • Monitoring the Performance of Oracle Fusion Middleware Components V. Configuring Security and High Availability for SOA • Creating Additional Administrative Users • Creating Additional Users with Specific Roles • Changing the Administrative User Password • Defining Virtual Hosts for SOA Cluster • Installation and Configuration of SOA in Active Cluster. Thanks & Regards, SADGURU TECHNOLOGIES H. No: 7-1-621/10, Flat No: 102, Sai Manor Apartment, S.R. Nagar Main Road, Hyderabad-500038, Landmark: Beside Umesh Chandra Statue, Approach Road Parallel to Main Road Mob: 91-8179736190, Ph: 040-40154733 Web site: http://www.sadgurutechnologies.com/ Blog:http://easyoraclefusionlessions.blogspot.in/ http://oraclesoasuite11gtraining.hpage.com/ …………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………….. Oracle WebLogic Server 11g Administration@ 8179736190 Duration: 25hours What you will learn This course trains Web administrators on techniques for installing and configuring Oracle WebLogic Server 11g. It alsotrains Web administrators to deploy Java EE applications to Oracle WebLogic Server 11g using Administration Consoleand command-line and scripting tools like WLST. Course Objectives: • Describe the architecture of WebLogic Server including domains, servers and machines • Install, configure and use WebLogic Server • Perform routine Oracle WebLogic Server administration functions • Set up a cluster of servers and distribute applications and resources to the cluster • Configure Oracle HTTP Server as the Web-tier front end for Oracle WebLogic Server instances and clusters • Deploy different types of Java EE applications to Oracle WebLogic Server • Deploy and manage large-scale Java EE applications to servers or clusters through the entire development andproduction lifecycle • Configure basic resource and application security • Backup and recover from various failures • Monitor application server using GUI and command-line tools such as automation scripts Thanks & Regards, SADGURU TECHNOLOGIES H. No: 7-1-621/10, Flat No: 102, Sai Manor Apartment, S.R. Nagar Main Road, Hyderabad-500038, Landmark: Beside Umesh Chandra Statue, Approach Road Parallel to Main Road Mob: 91-8179736190, Ph: 040-40154733 Web site: http://www.sadgurutechnologies.com/ Blog:http://easyoraclefusionlessions.blogspot.in/ http://oraclesoasuite11gtraining.hpage.com/
India

COURSE CONTENT 1. Understand the IBM Business Process Management products Version 7.5 and the life cycle of a business process application. • IBM Process Center • IBM Process Designer • IBM Integration Designer • IBM Process Server. • BPM(Websphere Business Process Management). • IBM Lombardi. 2. Use Process Designer to design and run a process application • Creating a process application and designing the flow of a business process • Create activities (human interaction, decisions, nested process, logic) • Simulation and analysis of the business process • Designing the data used by the process • Create basic implementations of the activities and the data flow • Implement human interaction user interfaces through coaches • Test user interfaces and create snapsots • Implement a decision service using a decision table • Implement activities with simple JavaScript logic • Test the flow of the business process • Implement a nested process with a Web service call • Implement a Web service call to an existing Web service • Implement exception handling • Implement database update using SQL services • Implement sending email through an SMPT server • Implement a decision using the Business Action Language (BAL) • Use exposed process variables in the decision and modify the values at runtime • Implement security for human tasks using groups and users • Expose the business process as a Web service for invocation from outside • Use Integration Designer to interact with the business process • Connect Integration Designer to the Process Center and Process Server • Create a Web front-end application from a WSDL • Invoke the business process as a Web service • Define and implement Advanced Integration Services • Define advance integration services in Process Designer • Import a process application into Integration Designer • Implement the advanced integration services in Integration Designer • Implement a service that calls a Java class • Implement a service that calls an external Web service • Synchronize (publish) the advanced integration services into the Process Center • Run the process application in Process Designer with the advanced integration services • Run the process application using the front-end and the Process Portal • Use the Process Portal to perform the human services • Use Process Designer and tools to measure and monitor the process application • Use automatic tracking to track business data fields and standard KPIs • Use manual tracking to track business data and calculated values • Use the Business Performance Admin Console • Use the Process Admin Console for monitoring • Use historical analysis to analyse the performance of the business process • Compare historical data with simulation data • Create ad-hoc reports from automatic and manual tracking data • Generate, save, run, and tailor reports from ad-hoc reports 3 Over view of IBM Lombardi 7.5X 1. Explaining IBM Process Center Architecture 2. .Introduction of Process Stake Holders and there activities.I 3. ntroduction of Lombardi Product Components. 4. Lombardi Key Terms and Concepts. 4 Creating your first Lombardi Project 1. How to add the User groups and Users and how to grant access 2. .Create a New Process 3. .Explain the Process Package / Tool Kit Package. 4. Managing Snapshots and Workspaces. 5 Designing BPD 1. Creating a BPD and Configuration Setting, 2. Adding Lanes to the BPD, 3. Assigning Participants, 4. Adding activities, 5. Establishing process flow lanes 6 Building Coaches and Services and nested service 1. Building Human Services 2. Building Integration Service 3. Building general System Services 7 Building an executable BPDs and Services 1. Using Gateways 2. Implementing Activities 3. Adding Process Variables to BPD 8 Building an executable BPDs and Services 1. Adding Events to BPD 2. Setting Environment Variable 3. Validating Processes 9 Modeling Events 1. Modeling Mesg Events 2. Timer Events 3. Adhoc Events 10 Mapping and Managing Variables 1. Creating Custom Variables 2. Declaring and passing variables 3. Creating Exposed process variables 4. explain Pre and Post assignments 5. .Initializing Complex variable using java script 6. .Making Variables available to process portal search 11 Exception handling 1. Exception handling 12 Advance Concepts 1. Using Embedded java script using external activities 2. Introduction to Web API and web services 3. Introduction to Performance DB, Tracking Groups, Reports Our Courses WebSphere SAP Oracle Java Microsoft Tibco PROFESSIONAL COURSES Address Rakesh Kumar +91 9700330693 +1 234 200 0813 info@pradhikatechnology.com pradhikatechnology@gmail.com
Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)

SAP HANA system administrators are responsible for ensuring the efficient and continuous operation of all SAP HANA databases deployed in the corporate environment. Capabilities include database services, advanced analytics processing, app development, data access, administration, and openness. Course Requirements Basic knowledge of the SQL language AcuteSoft Training is one of the top promote leading IT Online training center with real dedication. We provide live online training from anywhere at your assistance. AcuteSoft offers top Quality & Cost Effective Online Training on SAP APO (and all modules) with project case studies. We have skillful Instructor with Real-time experience from top MNC companies. Our trainers have an outstanding track record of providing excellent career counseling in the current industry. Get a free live webinar on SAP HANA ADMIN online training If any Queries: Skype Id: acutesoft
Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)

Course content: "Teradata Admin Track" Teradata Architecture and other essentials Introduction What is Teradata and role of Teradata in Data Ware housing industry, Evolution of Teradata DW, Significant characteristics of Teradata, Advantages of Teradata over other RDBMS Teradata Architecture Understanding H/W and S/W components, involved in Architecture of Terdata(vdisks, AMP, PE Vprocs, BYNET etc...). Data distribution Understanding significance of Index in teradata(UPI, NUPI, SI, NUSI, Partitioned index) Data Protection Different levels of failures that could happen and fault tolarance of Teradata in that situations. (CLIQUE, CLUSTER, RAID, LOCKS and JORNALS) Advanced Teradata SQL HELP, SHOW, EXPLAIN, Define and execution of Macros, Date calculations, data type conversion, Case, COALESCE, sample, Ranking, Qualify, CSUM, MSUM, MDIFF, MAVG, WITH, WITH BY. Others (Optional) Unix Role of Unix in executing Teradata utility scripts and Basic commands used General Lifecycle of the projects General phases of a Development project. Documents required in each phase DBA Teradata DBA basics and responsibilities Initial Teradata Databases Administrative User Owners, Parents and Children Creating New Users and Databases Transfer of Ownership DELETE/DROP Statements User and Security Management Understand the Heirarchy,Teradata Administrator tool usage to perform creation of users, databases, Identify spaces, skew of databases, Moving spaces and accesses, And all the practicals to perform of all coming up topics. The Data Dictionary Updating Data Dictionary Tables Supplied Data Dictionary Views Restricted Views Suffix Options with Views Selecting Information about Created Object Children View, Databases View, Users View, Tables View Columns View, Indices View Capacity management and planning Spaces and types of tables - PERM, SPOOL, TEMP space terminology, Derived,Volatile, Global temporary tables. Identify current space usage and estimate the space requirments for the applications. Users, Accounts, and Accounting Creating and Using Account IDs Using Account IDs with Logon Dynamically Changing an Account ID Account Priorities Account String Expansion Access Rights Privileges/Access Rights Implicit, Automatic, and Explicit Rights GRAND and REVOKE accesses, GIVE command System Views for Access Rights Inheriting Access Rights, Transfer access rights, Delete or Drop / user or database Roles and Profiles What is a role, Advantages of Roles, Access Rights Using a Role, Implementing Roles, Nesting of roles, views for roles, Profiles, implementing Profiles, Teradata password control Work load management and Priority scheduler Levels of Workload Management, Priority Scheduler Architecture, and concepts Access logging and Query logging Setting up Access Logging, AccLogRules View, Query Logging (DBQL) Concepts, Objects used in Defining Rules for DBQL, DBQLRules View Setting up Access Logging, AccLogRules View, Query Logging (DBQL) Concepts, Objects used in Defining Rules for DBQL, DBQLRules View Performance monitoring (PMON) Resource usage, Session Management User session Info, SQL & Explain Steps Archive and Restore and copy Archive and restore data using ARCMAIN utility, Different levels of archiving and restoration, HUT locks, Revalidate references after restoration View point The Demo of view point portlets (which is new tool for DBAs having the features of PMON, TDMANAGER and TASM Performance tuning Explain plan, Statistics and Join strategies Explain plan and recommandations. Significance of collecting statistics Other indexes, and techniques Determine the proper join columns, Join index, Spars index, Aggregate index, SET / MULTSET with UPI and NUPI combinations, compress. Course Content: Teradata Dev Track History and Architecture Introduction OLTP, OLAP systems, Dataware house and Data Marts, Dimenssion modeling, Schemas, What is Teradata and role of Teradata in DW, Evolution of Teradata DW, Advantages of Teradata over other RDBMS Teradata Architecture Understanding H/W and S/W components, involved in Architecture of Terdata(vdisks, AMP, PE Vprocs, BYNET etc…). Database structure Data distribution Understanding significance of Index in teradata(UPI, NUPI, SI, NUSI, Partitioned index) Data Protection Different levels of failures that could happen and fault tolarance of Teradata in that situations.(CLIQUE, CLUSTER, RAID, LOCKS and JORNALS) Spaces and types of tables Different levels of accessing the objects granting the Privileges and locking mechanism SQL ASNI SQL Brief introduction of Relational concepts, understanding users, databases, tables, vies, index, macro etc. Sub query, corelated query, Data types, Joins, Arthimatic functions Teradata SQL Explore teradata specifc SQL statements such as show, help,explain..SET operations, Aggregate functions, Sring functions, Aliasing,FORMAT, conversion of the datatypes. Advanced Teradata SQL Define and execution of Macros, Date calculations, Case, COALESCE, sample, Ranking, Qualify, CSUM, MSUM, WITH, WITH BY. Client utilities SQL Assistant Settup ODBC for connecting through SQL assistant, options menu and EXPORT/IMPORT BTEQ Functinality,operations, exectuion and limitations FAST LOAD Functinality, Different phases, exectuion, restartability and limitations FAST EXPORT Functinality, Different phases, exectuion, restartability and limitations MULTI LOAD Functinality, Different phases, exectuion, restartability and limitations Performance tuning Explain plan & Statistics & Understanding Explain plan and recommandations. Significance of collecting statistics Other techniques Determine the proper join columns, Join index, Spars index, Aggregate index, SET / MULTSET with UPI and NUPI combinations, compress Others (Optional) Unix Role of Unix in executing Teradata utility scripts and Basic commands used General Lifecycle of the projects General phases of a Development project. Documents required in each phase
Bangalore (Karnataka)

Job Title: Technical Support Engineer Job Location: Chennai Qualification: B.Sc / B.E/B.Tech / BCA Key Skills: Related to Service Desk /Networking / Database Admin,Technical Support, Technical Knowledge, Excellent Communication, Desktop Troubleshooting, windows troubleshooting, Virus removal, Server related problems. Job Description: • Provide hardware / software / network problem diagnosis / resolution via telephone/email/chat for customer’s end users. • Route problems to internal 2nd and 3rd level IT support staff. • Coordinate and manage relationships with vendors and support staff that provide hardware / software / network problem resolution. • Administer and provide User account provisioning. • Use the Incident Management System to document and manage problems and work requests and their respective resolutions and circumvention's. • Responds to telephone calls, email, instant messages, and assigned tickets from users; Assign work orders / incidents to appropriate support teams and follow up until closure. • Respond to, and diagnose, problems through discussions with users, including problem recognition, logs, research, isolation, resolution, and follow-up steps; Provide level 1 remote desktop support and perform other activities based on SOPs. • Perform user account management activities. • Escalate complex problem to appropriate support specialists. • Responsible for activities relating to the evaluation, analysis, and setup of PC-based software products (e.g., word processors, spreadsheets, presentation graphics, database management systems, electronic mail, and communications). • Troubleshoot client software and basic network connectivity problems. • Identify, evaluate and prioritize customer problems and complaints. • May train users and operators on a limited basis and/or may write training procedures. • Participate in on-going training and departmental development. • Routine maintenance updates with other IT staff and business units. • Provide all required documentation including standards, configurations and diagrams. • Provide knowledge transfer of EUC operations.
Bangalore (Karnataka)

Oracle SOA Suite 11g Basic Concepts and Architecture •Overview of service-oriented architecture (SOA) • Overview XML, XSD, X Path, XSLT, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI •The basic concepts of Oracle BPEL Process Manager • BPEL Process Manager components Installation •Overview of the fusion architecture •Overview of the Web logic server •Overview of the soa server and bam server and Meta data schemas. •Creating the soa domain •Creating the soa server and bam server •Installation steps soa suite 11g •Preparing the start and stop scripts for soa server •Start and stop the admin server Interaction Patterns •Orchestrate services through BPEL for a Synchronous Service •Orchestrate services through BPEL for One-way. •Orchestrate services through BPEL for an Asynchronous Service SCA Architecture •Description of Composite xml. •Source code Explanation of BPEL File. •Source code Explanation WSDL File. •Source code Explanation of Component Type File. Hello World BPEL Process •Synchronous Hello World process. •Explanation of Below Activities. oReceive Activity Syntax. oInvoke Activity Syntax. oReply Activity Syntax. oAssign Activity. oBPEL Variables. oRelationship between BPEL Variables and WSDL messages. oDeploying the application Creation the connection for SOA server. Major & Minor Application Version. Compilation Build Deployment Tab SOA oApplication Testing in the SOA Server Parallel Processing and Conditional Branching •Processing with Parallel Flows oUsing Flown activity oUsing Flow activity •Conditional Branching oSwitch Activity oLimitation of the Receive activity oPick activity to implement the timeouts oPick activity to receive inputs from multiple operations into a single BPEL Fault Handling and Exception Management •Fault types oSystem Faults oBusiness Faults •Fault handling Process based fault handling System fault handling •For synchronous services •For asynchronous Business Faults oFor synchronous services oFor asynchronous Policy based fault handling Transformation Services •Transformation Service • Map Testing and Analysis • XSLT Mapping Tool Adapters and Accessing Adapter from BPEL •Adapter Framework •File Adapter oRead Operation oWrite Operation oSync Read Operation oList of files. •FTP Adapter oGet a file oPut a file oSynchronous get file oList of files •Advanced Queuing •Database Adapters oCalling stored Procedure oCRUD operations Insert Select Update Delete oRead Poll oCustom sql •JMS adapters. oJMS Producer oJMS Consumer •Oracle Apps Adapter introduction •Fault handling in the ADAPTERS •Transaction handling in Adapters Mediators •Introduction to mediators. •Working with mediators. •Event driven networks via mediator •Schematron files, parallel flows, sequential flows •Fault handling in the Mediator •Transaction handling in the Mediators Human Workflow and Work list Application •Human Workflow Service Concepts •Features of workflow service •Workflow service components •Modeling Workflows •Work list Application Features Business Rule and Decision Tables •Introduction to Business Rules. •Using Business Rules and Decision tables in BPEL Working with BAM •Oracle BAM Server •Oracle BAM Application •Features of Oracle BAM Application •Defining Data Object •Defining BAM Dashboard •Configuring BAM Adapter on WebLogic •Adding BAM Connection to application OSB WSDL Preparation and uploading into SBConsole Business service development Proxy service development Fault handling Message flows in the OSB OSB Faqs AIA AIA fundamentals CDMs AIA components ABM EBO EBM ABCS EBS EBF ABCS preparations EBS preparations One PIP explanation Other Topics SOA Suite 10g examples Migration from 10g to 11g OSB basics AIA Basics Dynamic partner link Correlations Preference variables DVMs XRef Tables ANT scripts MDM MDM upload scripts SOA Testing. SOA Production support. SOA Faqs. Resume Preparation help. SOA project explanation. Other Courses Offered by Sadguru Technologies: Web Logic & SOA Administration Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA) Oracle Business Process Management (BPM) Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) Oracle Applications Framework (OAF) Web Sphere Application Server (WAS) Oracle Billing & Revenue Management (BRM) Sales Force CRM, Siebel CRM Business Analyst (BA) JAVA Oracle Identity Access Management (OIAM) Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) Web Center Oracle Apps (Functional, Technical) Contact at SADGURU TECHNOLOGIES H. No: , Flat No: 102, SaiManor Apartment, S.R. Nagar Main Road, Hyderabad-, Landmark: Beside Umesh Chandra Statue Mob: 91-, Ph: 040-
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Oracle SOA Suite 11g Basic Concepts and Architecture •Overview of service-oriented architecture (SOA) • Overview XML, XSD, X Path, XSLT, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI •The basic concepts of Oracle BPEL Process Manager • BPEL Process Manager components Installation •Overview of the fusion architecture •Overview of the Web logic server •Overview of the soa server and bam server and Meta data schemas. •Creating the soa domain •Creating the soa server and bam server •Installation steps soa suite 11g •Preparing the start and stop scripts for soa server •Start and stop the admin server Interaction Patterns •Orchestrate services through BPEL for a Synchronous Service •Orchestrate services through BPEL for One-way. •Orchestrate services through BPEL for an Asynchronous Service SCA Architecture •Description of Composite xml. •Source code Explanation of BPEL File. •Source code Explanation WSDL File. •Source code Explanation of Component Type File. Hello World BPEL Process •Synchronous Hello World process. •Explanation of Below Activities. oReceive Activity Syntax. oInvoke Activity Syntax. oReply Activity Syntax. oAssign Activity. oBPEL Variables. oRelationship between BPEL Variables and WSDL messages. oDeploying the application Creation the connection for SOA server. Major & Minor Application Version. Compilation Build Deployment Tab SOA oApplication Testing in the SOA Server Parallel Processing and Conditional Branching •Processing with Parallel Flows oUsing Flown activity oUsing Flow activity •Conditional Branching oSwitch Activity oLimitation of the Receive activity oPick activity to implement the timeouts oPick activity to receive inputs from multiple operations into a single BPEL Fault Handling and Exception Management •Fault types oSystem Faults oBusiness Faults •Fault handling Process based fault handling System fault handling •For synchronous services •For asynchronous Business Faults oFor synchronous services oFor asynchronous Policy based fault handling Transformation Services •Transformation Service • Map Testing and Analysis • XSLT Mapping Tool Adapters and Accessing Adapter from BPEL •Adapter Framework •File Adapter oRead Operation oWrite Operation oSync Read Operation oList of files. •FTP Adapter oGet a file oPut a file oSynchronous get file oList of files •Advanced Queuing •Database Adapters oCalling stored Procedure oCRUD operations Insert Select Update Delete oRead Poll oCustom sql •JMS adapters. oJMS Producer oJMS Consumer •Oracle Apps Adapter introduction •Fault handling in the ADAPTERS •Transaction handling in Adapters Mediators •Introduction to mediators. •Working with mediators. •Event driven networks via mediator •Schematron files, parallel flows, sequential flows •Fault handling in the Mediator •Transaction handling in the Mediators Human Workflow and Work list Application •Human Workflow Service Concepts •Features of workflow service •Workflow service components •Modeling Workflows •Work list Application Features Business Rule and Decision Tables •Introduction to Business Rules. •Using Business Rules and Decision tables in BPEL Working with BAM •Oracle BAM Server •Oracle BAM Application •Features of Oracle BAM Application •Defining Data Object •Defining BAM Dashboard •Configuring BAM Adapter on WebLogic •Adding BAM Connection to application OSB WSDL Preparation and uploading into SBConsole Business service development Proxy service development Fault handling Message flows in the OSB OSB Faqs AIA AIA fundamentals CDMs AIA components ABM EBO EBM ABCS EBS EBF ABCS preparations EBS preparations One PIP explanation Other Topics SOA Suite 10g examples Migration from 10g to 11g OSB basics AIA Basics Dynamic partner link Correlations Preference variables DVMs XRef Tables ANT scripts MDM MDM upload scripts SOA Testing. SOA Production support. SOA Faqs. Resume Preparation help. SOA project explanation. Other Courses Offered by Sadguru Technologies: Web Logic & SOA Administration Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA) Oracle Business Process Management (BPM) Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) Oracle Applications Framework (OAF) Web Sphere Application Server (WAS) Oracle Billing & Revenue Management (BRM) Sales Force CRM, Siebel CRM Business Analyst (BA) JAVA Oracle Identity Access Management (OIAM) Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) Web Center Oracle Apps (Functional, Technical) Contact at SADGURU TECHNOLOGIES H. No: , Flat No: 102, SaiManor Apartment, S.R. Nagar Main Road, Hyderabad-, Landmark: Beside Umesh Chandra Statue Mob: 91-, Ph: 040- Email:
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OBIEE 11g Training Course Content call + History of OBIEE What is a Dimension table and Fact table. Understanding Primary key and Foreign keys. Basic RPD creation using Scott(oracle DB) Basic RPD creation using Microsoft Excel Creating Alias tables and alias table usage Deploying and undeploying Views Testing and validating Repository Differences between Online, Offline and Read only mode RPD How to bring RPD to online mode for Reporting Introduction to servers Architecture of OBIEE Setting Log Levels Building physical layer, BMM layer and Presentation layer Creating Logical Tables, Columns and Joins Working with Column properties, filters, sorting, edit formula and deleting columns What is Web Catalog & Instanceconfig.xml Creating Presentation catalog and shared folders Building analytics requests Sorting Presentation tables and columns Adding Calculations to fact Calculation measures on basis of physical and logical columns Using Rename, Calculation Wizard Working with Enterprise Manager Creating dimensional hierarchy Creating Level based measures Modeling Time Series Data & Time based Measures (Ago, Todate & Periodrollup) Working with Multiple LTS Static, Dynamic Repository Variables Creating Initializations blocks Working with Weblogic Administration Console Using Admin Console to create Users and Groups Assigning of permissions to users and user group Restricting the Objects (Tables, Columns, Subject Area) to Users System and Non System Session Variables Security at data levels Enabling and disabling the Cache using Enterprise Manager Making the table cacheable Purging cache using different techniques Creating Saved Filters Creating different types of Views (table, title, pivot table, pie chart, column selector, view selector, legend, etc) Creating Shared Dashborad. Creating Dashboard Prompts Setting Scope for a Prompt Creating and working with Agents Using Direct Database Requests Creating report using multiple subject area’s Parent-child hierarchies Fragmentation Using Catalog Manager MUDE(Multi User Development Environment) Creating KPI’s,Scorecards and Action links Rpd and catalog migration from OBIEE 10g to OBIEE 11g
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OBIEE 11g Training Course Content 1. History of OBIEE 2. What is a Dimension table and Fact table. 3. Understanding Primary key and Foreign keys. 4. Basic RPD creation using Scott(oracle DB) 5. Basic RPD creation using Microsoft Excel 6. Creating Alias tables and alias table usage 7. Deploying and undeploying Views 8. Testing and validating Repository 9. Differences between Online, Offline and Read only mode RPD 10. How to bring RPD to online mode for Reporting 11. Introduction to servers 12. Architecture of OBIEE 13. Setting Log Levels 14. Building physical layer, BMM layer and Presentation layer 15. Creating Logical Tables, Columns and Joins 16. Working with Column properties, filters, sorting, edit formula and deleting columns 17. What is Web Catalog & Instanceconfig.xml 18. Creating Presentation catalog and shared folders 19. Building analytics requests 20. Sorting Presentation tables and columns 21. Adding Calculations to fact 22. Calculation measures on basis of physical and logical columns 23. Using Rename, Calculation Wizard 24. Creating Bins 25. Working with Enterprise Manager 26. Creating dimensional hierarchy 27. Creating Level based measures 28. Modeling Time Series Data & Time based Measures (Ago, Todate & Periodrollup) 29. Working with Multiple LTS 30. Static, Dynamic Repository Variables 31. Creating Initializations blocks 32. Working with Weblogic Administration Console 33. Using Admin Console to create Users and Groups 34. Assigning of permissions to users and user group 35. Restricting the Objects (Tables, Columns, Subject Area) to Users 36. System and Non System Session Variables 37. Security at data levels 38. Enabling and disabling the Cache using Enterprise Manager 39. Making the table cacheable 40. Purging cache using different techniques 41. Creating Saved Filters 42. Creating different types of Views (table, title, pivot table, 43. pie chart, column selector, view selector, legend, etc) 44. Creating Shared Dashborad. 45. Creating Dashboard Prompts 46. Setting Scope for a Prompt 47. Creating and working with Agents 48. Using Direct Database Requests 49. Creating report using multiple subject area’s 50. Parent-child hierarchies 51. Fragmentation 52. Using Catalog Manager 53. MUDE(Multi User Development Environment) 54. Creating KPI’s,Scorecards and Action links 55. Rpd and catalog migration from OBIEE 10g to OBIEE 11g
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OBIEE 11g Training Course Content 1. History of OBIEE 2.What is a Dimension table and Fact table. 3.Understanding Primary key and Foreign keys. 4.Basic RPD creation using Scott(oracle DB) 5.Basic RPD creation using Microsoft Excel 6.Testing and validating Repository 7.Differences between Online, Offline and Read only mode RPD 8.How to bring RPD to online mode for Reporting 9.Introduction to servers 10.Architecture of OBIEE 11.Setting Log Levels 12.Building physical layer, BMM layer and Presentation layer 13.Creating Logical Tables, Columns and Joins 14.Working with Column properties, filters, sorting, edit formula and deleting columns 15.What is Web Catalog & Instanceconfig.xml 16.Creating Presentation catalog and shared folders 17.Building analytics requests 18.Sorting Presentation tables and columns 19.Adding Calculations to fact 20.Calculation measures on basis of physical and logical columns 21.Using Rename, Calculation Wizard 22.Working with Enterprise Manager 23.Creating dimensional hierarchy 24.Creating Level based measures 25.Modeling Time Series Data & Time based Measures (Ago, Todate & Periodrollup) 26.Working with Multiple LTS 27.Static, Dynamic Repository Variables 28.Creating Initializations blocks 29.Working with Weblogic Administration Console 30.Using Admin Console to create Users and Groups 31.Assigning of permissions to users and user group 32.Restricting the Objects (Tables, Columns, Subject Area) to Users 33.System and Non System Session Variables 34.Security at data levels 35.Enabling and disabling the Cache using Enterprise Manager 36. Making the table cacheable 37.Purging cache using different techniques 38.Creating Saved Filters 39.Creating different types of Views (table, title, pivot table, 40.pie chart, column selector, view selector, legend, etc) 41.Creating Shared Dashborad. 42. Creating Dashboard Prompts 43. Setting Scope for a Prompt 44.Creating and working with Agents 45.Using Direct Database Requests 46.Creating report using multiple subject area’s 47.Parent-child hierarchies 48.Fragmentation 49.Using Catalog Manager 50.MUDE(Multi User Development Environment) 51.Creating KPI’s,Scorecards and Action links 52.Rpd and catalog migration from OBIEE 10g to OBIEE 11g 53. BI Publisher For Demo and more details call: +91 or mail
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OBIEE 11g Training Course Content 1. History of OBIEE 2. What is a Dimension table and Fact table. 3. Understanding Primary key and Foreign keys. 4. Basic RPD creation using Scott(oracle DB) 5. Basic RPD creation using Microsoft Excel 6. Testing and validating Repository 7. Differences between Online, Offline and Read only mode RPD 8. How to bring RPD to online mode for Reporting 9. Introduction to servers 10. Architecture of OBIEE 11. Setting Log Levels 12. Building physical layer, BMM layer and Presentation layer 13. Creating Logical Tables, Columns and Joins 14. Working with Column properties, filters, sorting, edit formula and deleting columns 15. What is Web Catalog & Instanceconfig.xml 16. Creating Presentation catalog and shared folders 17. Building analytics requests 18. Sorting Presentation tables and columns 19. Adding Calculations to fact 20. Calculation measures on basis of physical and logical columns 21. Using Rename, Calculation Wizard 22. Working with Enterprise Manager 23. Creating dimensional hierarchy 24. Creating Level based measures 25. Modeling Time Series Data & Time based Measures (Ago, Todate & Periodrollup) 26. Working with Multiple LTS 27. Static, Dynamic Repository Variables 28. Creating Initializations blocks 29. Working with Weblogic Administration Console 30. Using Admin Console to create Users and Groups 31. Assigning of permissions to users and user group 32. Restricting the Objects (Tables, Columns, Subject Area) to Users 33. System and Non System Session Variables 34. Security at data levels 35. Enabling and disabling the Cache using Enterprise Manager 36. Making the table cacheable 37. Purging cache using different techniques 38. Creating Saved Filters 39. Creating different types of Views (table, title, pivot table, 40. pie chart, column selector, view selector, legend, etc) 41. Creating Shared Dashborad. 42. Creating Dashboard Prompts 43. Setting Scope for a Prompt 44. Creating and working with Agents 45. Using Direct Database Requests 46. Creating report using multiple subject area’s 47. Parent-child hierarchies 48. Fragmentation 49. Using Catalog Manager 50. MUDE(Multi User Development Environment) 51. Creating KPI’s,Scorecards and Action links 52. Rpd and catalog migration from OBIEE 10g to OBIEE 11g 53. BI Publisher
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Oracle SOA Suite 11g Basic Concepts and Architecture Overview of service-oriented architecture (SOA) Overview XML, XSD, X Path, XSLT, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI The basic concepts of Oracle BPEL Process Manager BPEL Process Manager components Installation Overview of the fusion architecture Overview of the Web logic server Overview of the soa server and bam server and Meta data schemas. Creating the soa domain Creating the soa server and bam server Installation steps soa suite 11g Preparing the start and stop scripts for soa server Start and stop the admin server Interaction Patterns Orchestrate services through BPEL for a Synchronous Service Orchestrate services through BPEL for One-way. Orchestrate services through BPEL for an Asynchronous Service SCA Architecture Description of Composite xml. Source code Explanation of BPEL File. Source code Explanation WSDL File. Source code Explanation of Component Type File. Hello World BPEL Process Synchronous Hello World process. Explanation of Below Activities. Receive Activity Syntax. Invoke Activity Syntax. Reply Activity Syntax. Assign Activity. BPEL Variables. Relationship between BPEL Variables and WSDL messages. Deploying the application Creation the connection for SOA server. Major & Minor Application Version. Compilation Build Deployment Tab SOA Application Testing in the SOA Server Parallel Processing and Conditional Branching Processing with Parallel Flows Using Flown activity Using Flow activity Conditional Branching Switch Activity Limitation of the Receive activity Pick activity to implement the timeouts Pick activity to receive inputs from multiple operations into a single BPEL Fault Handling and Exception Management Fault types System Faults Business Faults Fault handling Process based fault handling System fault handling For synchronous services For asynchronous Business Faults For synchronous services For asynchronous Policy based fault handling Transformation Services Transformation Service Map Testing and Analysis XSLT Mapping Tool Adapters and Accessing Adapter from BPEL Adapter Framework File Adapter Read Operation Write Operation Sync Read Operation List of files. FTP Adapter Get a file Put a file Synchronous get file List of files Advanced Queuing Database Adapters Calling stored Procedure CRUD operations Insert Select Update Delete Read Poll Custom sql JMS adapters. JMS Producer JMS Consumer Oracle Apps Adapter introduction Fault handling in the ADAPTERS Transaction handling in Adapters Mediators Introduction to mediators. Working with mediators. Event driven networks via mediator Schematron files, parallel flows, sequential flows Fault handling in the Mediator Transaction handling in the Mediators Human Workflow and Work list Application Human Workflow Service Concepts Features of workflow service Workflow service components Modeling Workflows Work list Application Features Business Rule and Decision Tables Introduction to Business Rules. Using Business Rules and Decision tables in BPEL Working with BAM Oracle BAM Server Oracle BAM Application Features of Oracle BAM Application Defining Data Object Defining BAM Dashboard Configuring BAM Adapter on WebLogic Adding BAM Connection to application Other Topics SOA Suite 10g examples Migration from 10g to 11g OSB basics AIA Basics Dynamic partner link Correlations Preference variables DVMs XRef Tables ANT scripts MDM MDM upload scripts SOA Testing. SOA Production support. SOA Faqs. Resume Preparation help. SOA project explanation. Other Courses Offered by Sadguru Technologies: Web Logic & SOA Administration Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA) Oracle Business Process Management (BPM) Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) Oracle Applications Framework (OAF) Web Sphere Application Server (WAS) Oracle Billing & Revenue Management (BRM) Sales Force CRM, Siebel CRM Business Analyst (BA) JAVA Oracle Identity Access Management (OIAM) Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) Web Center Oracle Apps (Functional, Technical) Contact at SADGURU TECHNOLOGIES H. No: 7-1-621/10, Flat No: 102, SaiManor Apartment, S.R. Nagar Main Road, Hyderabad-500038, Landmark: Beside Umesh Chandra Statue Mob: 91-8179736190, Ph: 040-40154733 
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