Learn How to Administer Noetix Platform
The Noetix Platform Administration course is designed for the individuals who install, maintain, and optimize Noetix Platform in your enterprise. This course addresses the administrative tasks that are essential for efficient and reliable management of this enterprise reporting platform.
You’ll gain the knowledge and skills necessary to manage and quickly extend standard Noetix content, and how to more efficiently manage reporting users and their secure access to data stored in your database.
As time allows and when specific advanced administration topics are of interest to customers, additional topics such as the following may be added to the Platform Administration course: performance tuning of the Noetix SQL Server repositories, configuring drill rules, joining Noetix views, creating mappings for better performance of List of Values, caching data, load balancing, disaster recovery, or managing report subscriptions, to name a few.
Who Should Attend
IT Professionals or technical business users who are responsible for daily management of the Noetix Platform and reporting in your corporate enterprise are strongly encouraged to attend this course. This is a critical course for maximizing the return on investment for your purchase.
This course is essential for new Noetix Platform Administrators, highly recommended as an annual update for experienced Administrators, and is helpful for reporting tool administrators, super users, and IT staff who must support Noetix servers and software, and the underlying Oracle & Microsoft technologies.
What You Will Learn
You will learn about the extensive capabilities that are part of Noetix Platform, enabling you to make better decisions about management of users and their access to data in your reporting enterprise. You will learn recommended methodologies for using and administering Noetix Platform, including Noetix WebQuery, Noetix QueryServer, NQS Manager, NQS Monitor, NWQ Administrator, and SQL Server log file management. Learn about servers connections and mappings, virtual tables, and virtual views, security configuration recommendations, and other best practices.
- General knowledge of the ERP system (technical and functional) and tools
- Experience with database responsibilities (backups, table space, views, security)
- Familiarity with web server technology
- Ability to build custom database queries
- Ability to gather user requirements and translate into program specifications
- Solid understanding of Microsoft Excel (suggested)