Informatica 9.1 Software
The Fusion Applications software repository is obtained when you download and unzip the Oracle Fusion Applications 11g parts available in the Oracle Fusion Applications Media Pack on the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud.
Informatica 9.1 software
The Informatica PowerCenter 9.1 and Hotfix 2 installation files, license key, and user documentation, are provided as zip files in the Fusion Applications software repository. These zip files are located in the following folder:
You must install and configure the appropriate database connectivity software, Oracle Database Client, on the machines that host the Informatica PowerCenter Integration Service and Repository Service.
Informatica PowerCenter Server Upgrade from 9.1.0 to 9.5.0 Steps:1. Click on the "install" batch file. 2. Select an option "Install or upgrade to Informatica 9.5.1 Hotfix 2". Note: If you want to "Run the Pre-Installation (i9Pi) System Check Tool", click on check box.3. Installation will process futher4. Select "Upgrade to Informatica 9.5.1 HotFix 2". 5. Verify the upgrade pre-requisites and complete the pre-upgrade tasks before you continue. 6. Enter the directory of the informatica to upgrade (currently installed), in 1st box and in the 2nd box enter the directory for informatica 9.5.1 (where you want to install it)7. It will starts the upgrade installation process8. Provide the domain information of the currently configuredNote: Test the connection information of the domain.9. Registering Plugins10. If you want to "Run Informatica Services" under a different user account, check the box and provide user name and password.11. Pinging Domain12. Upgrade successfully installed. Note: The above process is to upgrade the software only. To complete the upgrade process complete the below steps for repository (meta data), without update the repository you cannot connect the repository connection objects like repository manager, designer, workflow manager and workflow monitory.13. Logon into the Administrator Console and select the repository which you want to upgrade --> Properties tab.There you will the repository version difference of the before and after upgraded product.14.Click on the actions on the right hand side on the top corner.select: Repository Contents --> Update15. Upgrading on the repository content will processed 16. Upgrade of repository succeeded.18. In case of Repository Operating Mode is Exclusive then change it to Normal. Click Ok to restart Repository Service.19. And at the last Change the $PMRootDir path from version 9.1.0 to 9.5.1Now you have successfully upgrade Informatica from 9.1.0 to 9.5.1.
SAS (previously "Statistical Analysis System") is a statistical software suite developed by SAS Institute for data management, advanced analytics, multivariate analysis, business intelligence, criminal investigation, and predictive analytics.
SAS is a software suite that can mine, alter, manage and retrieve data from a variety of sources and perform statistical analysis on it. SAS provides a graphical point-and-click user interface for non-technical users and more through the SAS language.
The DATA step has executable statements that result in the software taking an action, and declarative statements that provide instructions to read a data set or alter the data's appearance. The DATA step has two phases: compilation and execution. In the compilation phase, declarative statements are processed and syntax errors are identified. Afterwards, the execution phase processes each executable statement sequentially. Data sets are organized into tables with rows called "observations" and columns called "variables". Additionally, each piece of data has a descriptor and a value.
The development of SAS began in 1966 after North Carolina State University re-hired Anthony Barr to program his analysis of variance and regression software so that it would run on IBM System/360 computers. The project was funded by the National Institutes of Health. and was originally intended to analyze agricultural data to improve crop yields. Barr was joined by student James Goodnight, who developed the software's statistical routines, and the two became project leaders. In 1968, Barr and Goodnight integrated new multiple regression and analysis of variance routines. In 1972, after issuing the first release of SAS, the project lost its funding. According to Goodnight, this was because NIH only wanted to fund projects with medical applications. Goodnight continued teaching at the university for a salary of $1 and access to mainframe computers for use with the project, until it was funded by the University Statisticians of the Southern Experiment Stations the following year. John Sall joined the project in 1973 and contributed to the software's econometrics, time series, and matrix algebra. Another early participant, Caroll G. Perkins, contributed to SAS' early programming. Jolayne W. Service and Jane T. Helwig created SAS' first documentation.
SAS version 4 had limited features, but made SAS more accessible. Version 5 introduced a complete macro language, array subscripts, and a full-screen interactive user interface called Display Manager. In 1985, SAS was rewritten in the C programming language. This allowed for the SAS' Multivendor Architecture that allows the software to run on UNIX, MS-DOS, and Windows. It was previously written in PL/I, Fortran, and assembly language.
In 2002, the Text Miner software was introduced. Text Miner analyzes text data like emails for patterns in business intelligence applications. In 2004, SAS Version 9.0 was released, which was dubbed "Project Mercury" and was designed to make SAS accessible to a broader range of business users. Version 9.0 added custom user interfaces based on the user's role and established the point-and-click user interface of SAS Enterprise Guide as the software's primary graphical user interface (GUI). The Customer Relationship Management (CRM) features were improved in 2004 with SAS Interaction Management. In 2008 SAS announced Project Unity, designed to integrate data quality, data integration and master data management.
A free version was introduced for students in 2010. SAS Social Media Analytics, a tool for social media monitoring, engagement and sentiment analysis, was also released that year. SAS Rapid Predictive Modeler (RPM), which creates basic analytical models using Microsoft Excel, was introduced that same year. JMP 9 in 2010 added a new interface for using the R programming language from JMP and an add-in for Excel. The following year, a High Performance Computing appliance was made available in a partnership with Teradata and EMC Greenplum. In 2011, the company released Enterprise Miner 7.1. The company introduced 27 data management products from October 2013 to October 2014 and updates to 160 others. At the 2015 SAS Global Forum, it announced several new products that were specialized for different industries, as well as new training software.
SAS' products for monitoring and managing the operations of IT systems are collectively referred to as SAS IT Management Solutions. SAS collects data from various IT assets on performance and utilization, then creates reports and analyses. SAS' Performance Management products consolidate and provide graphical displays for key performance indicators (KPIs) at the employee, department and organizational level. The SAS Supply Chain Intelligence product suite is offered for supply chain needs, such as forecasting product demand, managing distribution and inventory and optimizing pricing. There is also a "SAS for Sustainability Management" set of software to forecast environmental, social and economic effects and identify causal relationships between operations and an impact on the environment or ecosystem.
According to IDC, SAS is the largest market-share holder in "advanced analytics" with 35.4 percent of the market as of 2013. It is the fifth largest market-share holder for business intelligence (BI) software with a 6.9% share and the largest independent vendor. It competes in the BI market against conglomerates, such as SAP BusinessObjects, IBM Cognos, SPSS Modeler, Oracle Hyperion, and Microsoft Power BI. SAS has been named in the Gartner Leader's Quadrant for Data Integration Tool and for Business Intelligence and Analytical Platforms.A study published in 2011 in BMC Health Services Research found that SAS was used in 42.6 percent of data analyses in health service research, based on a sample of 1,139 articles drawn from three journals.
When you are working with informatica no need to dump the data any where , the tool will take care of the necessary backend tasks. We just need to make sure proper ODBC and relational connections are created
The recently announced Log4j Shell affects a lot of enterprise applications and systems that use Java or use other software components that use Java. Here is a list of software that has an identified Log4j Shell vulnerability and the corresponding remedial measure. This list is current as of 2021-12-14
To initiate the installation, we will first need to acquire the correct version of the software. The best place to download the Informatica software from for training purposes is the eDelivery website of Oracle. Please perform the following steps to download the latest version (10.1.0) of Informatica PowerCenter:
This week the management of Peopleclick Authoria renamed the company PeopleFluent, reoriented its vision and launched a new suite of applications. This effort is intended to hone its focus on the intersecting aspects of talent management and respond to the increasing importance of mobility in this field. This move indicates the dynamic changes that are occurring as the software industry tries to meet the expectations of the next generation of workers and managers. PeopleFluent will rely on not just the rich history of Peopleclick and Authoria in the talent management market but also the recent acquisition of Aquire that brings it workforce analytics; its goal is to further expand its customer base with technology that provides the most usable applications in this market. Company rebranding efforts are always risky, but this one will be worth watching.