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Data Virtualization Primer - Introduction

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Data Virtualization Primer - Introduction

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The new Gartner Critical Capabilities report explains how APIs and microservices enable digital leaders to deliver better B2B, open banking and mobile projects.

 This week we are starting the Data Virtualization Primer which I am splitting into 3 series - The Basics, The Connectors and the Solutions.  My goal is to publish one or two articles a week, each one covering a topic that can be reviewed in a short amount of time.  Demos and examples will be included and some of the topics will be broken into multiple parts to help easily digest them.  The planned outline is below as well as our first topic which is Data Virtualization Introduction.

Series 1 - The Basics

  1. Introduction
  2. The Concepts (SOAs, Data Services, Connectors, Models, VDBs)
  3. Architecture
  4. On Premise Server Installation
  5. JBDS and Integration Stack Installation
  6. WebUI Installation
  7. Teiid Designer - Using simple CSV/XML Datasources (Teiid Project, Perspective, Federation, VDB)
  8. JBoss Management Console
  9. The WebUI
  10. The Dashboard Builder
  11. OData with VDB
  12. JDBC Client
  13. ODBC Client
  14. DV on Openshift
  15. DV on Containers (Docker)

Series 2 - The Connectors


This series will cover each connector including example demos of each.


Series 3 - The solutions

  1. Big Data Example
  2. IoT Example
  3. Cloud Example
  4. Mobile Example
  5. JBoss Multi-product examples (Fuse/BPMS/BRMS/Feedhenry/DG)

The new Gartner Critical Capabilities for Full Lifecycle API Management report shows how CA Technologies helps digital leaders with their B2B, open banking, and mobile initiatives. Get your copy from CA Technologies.

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