Special Offer - Enroll Now and Get 2 Course at ₹25000/- Only Explore Now!

All Courses
Overview – Informatica Power Center

Overview – Informatica Power Center

January 31st, 2017

Database Management is a prominent sector in the IT Field, and today most of the youth is attracted towards IT for more than one reason. The IT field is luring, undoubtedly, but one also needs to understand that it is like a maze with many options and many fields within. And inside IT field, there is a vast ocean of database and database management, which further can be expanded to various arenas of different values.
Informatica Power Center is a leading, scalable, high-performance, ETL (extraction, transformation and loading) tool, used to load data and functions of export. It is not a database, but a tool to build enterprise data warehouse. Want to know more details about this ETL tool enrol Informatica Online Training at GangBoard.
The conspicuous feature of Informatica Power Center is that it executes tasks based on the workflow created by work flow managers, and the work flow can be monitored using a work flow monitor. It is a graphic user interface based, easy to learn software which enhances the workflow, both for clients and service providers.
Informatica Power Center processes high volume data, ERP source such as SAP, PeopleSoft etc. It supports both global as well as local repositories, and can convert local repositories into global repositories.
Once you install Informatica Power Center, you get the following components with it –

  • Power Center clients
  • Power Center repository
  • Power Center domain
  • Integration Service
  • Repository Service
  • Web Service Hub
  • Power Center Administration Console

The four main client elements of Informatica Power Center are –

  • Power Center Designer
  • Workflow Manager
  • Workflow Monitor
  • Power Center Repository Manager

Informatica Power Center works with a dynamic approach, where the designer can design the ETL plane per client requirement. The process to do so is called ‘mapping’. The workflow manager on the other hand, creates the sessions for each map, and creates workflow to start sessions. The workflow monitor supervises the sessions and workflow running on integration service, and the Power Center repository manager can create, edit, delete folders, and assign permissions to users or group of users as per the requirement. Join Informatica Training at GangBoard will surely helps you to know more about this technology.