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Informatica CV

Informatica CV

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Embassy Heights, 10thFloor, No. 10 MagrathRoad, Bangalore-1 T +91 80 307053198
BILL RATE 60,000/-
Professional Summary
I have 3+ years of experience in implementing Data Ware Housing applications using ETLtool.
Extensive experience in ETL using Informatica.
Worked with different data sources like Flat Files and Databases.
Knowledge in design of Extract, Transform and Load environment using Informatica Power Center.
Knowledge in installing the Informatica PowerCenter and configuring the Repository Server.
Diverse background with fast learning skills and creative analytical skills.
Good communication skills, Interpersonal skills, Team co-ordination and versed with SoftwareDevelopment processes.
Having Experience on MS SQL 2005.
Extensive Knowledge of Data Warehousing Concepts.
Experience summary
Working as ETL Developer in InfoTech Enterprises Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad from May ’09 to tilldate.
Worked as ETL Developer in SAAMA Technologies, Pune from Mar ’2007 to Apr ‘09.
Title : Transactional Processing Data martsClient : Capital One FinancialRole : ETL Developer 
Team Size : 15
This project has been developing for Capital One Financial Services.Capital one financial having lakhs of customers in different business like life insurance, annuity, banking, financial and manufacturing areas. Capital one financial setup the centers in USA, UK andCANADA to support to their customers. Due to day to day business transactional processing thousandsof applications are filling and thousands of checks and DD’s transaction is happening.This data is moved to the Database. This processing is Transactional Processing.We are designing the dataware house and we are moving this business transactional data to datawarehouse.
Extensively involved in Data Extraction, Transformation and Loading (ETL process) fromSource to target systems using Informatica.
Performed data cleansing and transformation using Informatica.
Worked extensively with Designer tools like Source Analyzer, warehouse Designer,Transformation Developer, Mapping and Mapplet Designers.
Created data mappings to extract data from different source files, transform the data using Filter,Update Strategy, Aggregator, Expression, Joiner Transformations and then loaded into datawarehouse.
Implemented Slowly Changing dimension type2 methodology for accessing the full history of accounts and transaction information.
Used Update Strategy Transformation to update the Target Dimension tables, type2 updateswhere we insert the new record and update the old record in the target so we can track thechanges in the future.
Developed various mapplets that were then included into the mappings.
Used Workflow Manager to read data from sources, and write data to target databases andmanage sessions.
Review of the mappings.
: Informatica Power Center 8.6 (Designer, Workflow Manager, Monitor, RepositoryManager), Oracle, Windows XP
Project #2
:Client Name: Kenna Products CompanyProject Title: Kenna Food SupplyingRole: Informatica Developer Team Size : 20
Desc ription:
This is Bangalore based food supplier receives transactional information from the Shoppingmarts located at several parts of India. All this information is moved in to 3 data marts throughInformatica Power Center 7.1 into an Oracle database. The client makes use of the OLAP technologyto maintain information at the warehouse level.Reports are taken out of the three data marts using Cognos Impromptu Administrator and Power Play. The information out of these reports are taken to analyze the business as well as the employees(HR) information. The company is planning to expand itself by placing several new branches all over the country. It expects to make use of the information to analyze and expand the business.
Worked on Informatica Designer Tool’s components – Source Analyzer, Warehouse Designer,Transformation Developer, Mapping Designer and Mapplet Designer.
Involved in the development of Informatica mappings and also tuned for better performance. Inthe Mappings most of the Transformations were used like the Source Qualifier, Expression,Filter, Aggregator, Look Up, Update, and joiner, Sequence Generator, Sorter, Rank and Router.
Used Unconnected Look Ups with the combination of Update Strategy to implement Type 2Warehouse.
Lookup tables were implemented at the staging level for the faster response time of Lookups.
Extensively used Informatica’s Workflow Manager & Workflow Monitor tools to Load datafrom MS SQL Server , Oracle OLTP sources into the Target Oracle 9i Data Ware House.
Applied event wait and even raise objects along with the email objects from error notificationinformation.
Oracle 9i, Informatica Power Center 7.1, Windows 2003.
Project #3
Title : Rubbermaid Retail Data MartClient : Rubbermaid, USARole : ETL Developer Team Size : 12
Rubbermaid designs and manufactures storage and organization solutions for homes acrossthe globe. Products range from kitchen utensils to food storage etc. The scope of this project was toExtract, Validate and Load the Data Mart for Retail and Sales Analysis. Informatica is used as the ETLTool to Extract, Transform and Load the data. Data is available in the form of flat files and from Oraclealso.

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