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A preview of Oracle Data Integrator 12c and Oracle Warehouse Builder Webcast - Jan 23rd

It has been a busy close to 2013 with Oracle Data Integration announcing a lot of significant releases in its product line. Oracle Data Integrator 12c (ODI12c) was released along with Oracle Golden Gate. Then came the release of the Management pack for Oracle Data Integrator in December. This year the availability of the migration utility to migrate Oracle Warehouse Builder objects to Oracle Data Integrator was announced. Join us as we discuss in detail all these products, their workings and features on the 23rd of January. Below is a quick preview of the contents of the webcast.

With its declarative design and flow based design for the user, boosted performance for the administrators and enterprise architects and increased integration with enterprise software ODI12c continues to deliver on its performance and productivity based themes.

Hadoop support is enhanced through Knowledge Modules for Hadoop standards, connectivity support to load data into HDFS, generate HiveQl and more. With its extended heterogeneous connectivity ODI12c ensures full connectivity for all enterprise data. This release also sees tighter integration points with Oracle GoldenGate for real time data requirements.

With ODI becoming the strategic ELT technology for Oracle, the OWB migration utility was made available late 2013 to provide a phased migration approach for our OWB customers to ODI. Tighter integration between ODI and OWB also allows run time integration (managing of OWB repository from ODI topology, execution and monitoring of OWB jobs from  ODI) between the two technologies.  We discuss the objects supported, gotchas, supported versions and support policies for the migration in the webcast.

The announcement of the availability of Management pack for Oracle Data Integrator now allows for consolidation of monitoring and managing of all your ODI infrastructure.

We invite you to join us as we discuss these developments in ODI and to get your questions answered by an expert panel.

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