BI 4 Platform Innovation and Implementation – openSAP Repeat Course
Are you an experienced BI System Administrator? Would you like to learn how to prepare for a successful and smooth BI deployment by implementing SAP BusinessObjects BI 4? Did you miss the first openSAP BI course, BI 4.0 Platform Innovation and Implementation? Then you’ll be glad to hear we’re repeating the course starting January 21, 2015!
BI 4 Platform Innovation and Implementation is aimed at experienced BI System Administrators. During this course, participants will have the opportunity to practice with hands on exercises in their own Amazon cloud-based system to prepare for a successful and smooth BI deployment. This course is designed for experienced BI System Administrators, responsible for implementation, deployment and administration of SAP BusinessObjects BI 4.
In this course, we’ll cover the following BI topics:
- Week 1: Introduction, Architecture & Sizing
- Week 2: Installation, Upgrade & Promotion
- Week 3: Troubleshooting & Authentication
- Week 4: Performance Optimization
- Week 5: Final Exam
There are almost 23,000 participants signed up to the first round of this course, which received great feedback. Here’s just a small selection from the I like, I wish forum in the first course. (You must be logged in and enrolled to view the I like, I wish forum)
“Course contents are magnific. It has surprised me to discover lessons about topics that I have never seen it before in any official SAP BI courses”
“Thanks a lot for the course. It helped me a lot to improve my skill set and answered many questions. I have already performed the Installation and setup for one of our customer. Now I have learnt new tips in this course. I am confident that in future set ups at client location use these tips.”
“As a part-time admin for my company’s internal BOBJ installation this is just what I needed to fill in the gaps since I am primarily a BI developer (not an admin). Really excited to have this available and would love to see more – especially on reporting tools. Very well done!“