This three-day, instructor-led course is designed to teach analysts how to use TM1 to analyze data to discover trends and exceptions, create and customize reports and templates, and contribute to plans. Through a series of lectures and hands-on exercises, students will learn how to create analyses and enter data in Microsoft Excel and on the web, create custom views of the data, and build reports and forms in Microsoft Excel that communicate with TM1.
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P8259G – IBM Planning Analytics/Cognos TM1: Create Scorecards
IBM Planning Analytics/Cognos TM1: Create Scorecards teaches scorecard developers how to create scorecarding solutions in TM1. Through a series of lectures and hands-on exercises, students will learn how to create all of the necessary scorecarding objects such as metrics cubes, diagrams, and maps, deploy the solution to the Web for end-user consumption, and create an engaging dashboard presentation for the solution.
Please note: This training was developed using IBM Cognos TM1 10.2 but is applicable to both IBM Cognos TM1 v10.2 and IBM Planning Analytics.
P8261G – IBM Planning Analytics/Cognos TM1: Design and Develop Models in Architect
This course is designed to teach modelers how to build a basic cube model in TM1 using the Architect tool. Through a series of lectures and hands-on exercises, students will learn how to set up and verify dimensions, cubes, and views, manually enter data into these structures, and define the data that users can see. Students will also learn how to transfer data into the TM1 model, including the use of TurboIntegrator processes. This course is ideal for users who already have models built with Architect and need a high degree of customization, or whose model complexity has evolved past Performance Modeler capabilities.
P8361G – IBM Planning Analytics: Design and Develop Models in Architect (v2.0)
This course is designed to teach modelers how to build a complete model in IBM Planning Analytics using the Architect tool. Through a series of lectures and hands-on exercises, students will learn how to set up and verify dimensions, cubes, and views, manually enter data into these structures, and define the data that users can see. Students will also learn how to transfer data into the TM1 model, including the use of TurboIntegrator scripts to perform data transfer. In addition, the course outlines how to customize drill paths, convert currencies, model for different fiscal requirements, and deploy IBM Planning Analytics applications to the web.
PAITM – IBM Planning Analytics: Intermediate Training
IBM Planning Analytics: Intermediate Training is ideal for students that have taken the N0PAE- Essentials of IBM Planning Analytics (TM1) training course (or have equivalent experience) and would like more hands-on practice with TM1.
This course is designed for developers looking to learn how to create dimensions and cubes; import, export, and manipulate data using Turbo Integrator; create rules and feeders; set up security and workflow, and create professional reports that are linked to Planning Analytics servers.
Students will participate in hands-on exercises that illustrate key concepts while building their knowledge of IBM Planning Analytics. It’s primarily “guided practice” (i.e. the student practices performing common TM1 developer tasks (building dimensions, exporting, importing, writing rules, etc.) with assistance from the instructor as requested. Exercises and sample solutions are discussed near the end of the session.
The majority of the week is spent building a “mini-project” where students take an existing Excel planning model and rebuild it in TM1.
This model includes the entire back-end including dimensions, cubes, rules, TI processes, and security. Students will build the input templates and reports for the front-end as well.
U5NEN01G – IBM Content Manager OnDemand for MP V9.X: Implementation and Administration
This course is for students whose job includes responsibility for administering and maintaining an IBM Content Manager OnDemand MP V9.X system. Students will complete exercises using the command utilities required for system maintenance and document processing, including arsxml, arsdoc, and arsadmin. The course covers system and user exit logging and the document audit facility.
In addition, this course describes how to create OnDemand objects such as applications, application groups, folders, and cabinets, as well as how to index, load, retrieve, and view various types of line data report files, PDF and AFP documents, and image files in an OnDemand system solution.
ZZ520G – Using InfoSphere MDM Collaborative Edition
This course is designed to provide not only the essentials of understanding Master Data Management (MDM) and Product Information Management (PIM) concepts but also cover a breadth of InfoSphere MDM Collaborative Edition feature functions. Students will explore how to use the newly designed web interface to easily create data objects, items, categories, and other artifacts that will create the master data solution. To round out the course, students will be engaged in an optional hands-on case study whereby they can apply your newly gained knowledge to plan, design and build an MDM Collaborative Edition solution.
ZZ540G – Programming with InfoSphere MDM Collaborative Edition
This course teaches students how to setup their environment and begins programming with MDM CE. Using IBM’s Implementation Methodology Approach (use cases), students will have first-hand experience building a solution that incorporates the functionality of the MDM CE product, along with best practices for programming with MDM CE.
ZZ670G – InfoSphere MDM Reference Data Management
This course prepares students to implement the InfoSphere Reference Data Management solution, and understand how the solution will work within their organization. Students will install and use the InfoSphere Reference Data Management Hub and Console to manage data sets, data types, mappings, hierarchies, and subscriptions. For each core area, the instructor will explain the high-level concepts and have the students work with the feature in the lab exercises.
ZZ720G – InfoSphere MDM Virtual Foundation
This course introduces the major components of the InfoSphere MDM Virtual module, the data model, the matching engine and how customization can be implemented. Students will learn how to invoke the InfoSphere MDM interactions, and the various configuration and extension points of a service. This course has a heavy emphasis on exercises where students will deploy a new MDM configuration, invoke interactions, walk through the default matching algorithm, and create a custom handler and composite view.