By Sandrine Riley on Nov 07, 2013
It is time to get started with Oracle Data Integrator 12c!
We would like to highlight for you a great place to begin your journey with ODI. Here you will find the Getting Started section for ODI, which provides a few options.
Step 1 –
Start by downloading the Getting Started (PDF). The document provides general background information and detailed examples to help you learn how to use Oracle Data Integrator. This document guides you through a first project with Oracle Data Integrator 12c, and the instructions in this document are required for using the Getting Started Demonstration Environment.
If you would like to run the Getting Started Demonstration Environment on your system go to Step 2 A.
If you would like to run the Getting Started Demonstration Environment installed and pre-configured in a Virtual Image, go to Step 2 B.
Step 2 -
A- A - If you would like to run the Getting Started Demo Environment on your system, you will want to then download the Demo Environment for Getting Started (ZIP) archive containing ODI metadata, configuration scripts and sample data.
B- B - Alternatively, a pre-configured virtual machine is available with the Getting Started installation and configuration. The Virtual Machine platform uses Oracle Virtual Box technology, and use of this configuration would necessitate the download/installation of Virtual Box and the Getting Started virtual machine. If you prefer this route and would rather run the Getting Started Demonstration Environment installed and preconfigured in a Virtual Machine, please download the ODI 12c Getting Started Virtual Machine.
Step 3 –
In continuation with the Getting Started Demonstration Environment and the Getting Started Guide, you will now be able to run through a first project with Oracle Data Integrator.
Now that you have successfully done the exercises above, you may want to play on your own, and develop with Oracle Data Integrator on your environment... here you can download a full version of Oracle Data Integrator 12c.
Enjoy, and happy developing!