There is a new version of this course. Please see DataFlux Data Management Studio: Essentials.
This course is for data quality stewards who perform data management tasks, such as data quality improvements, data enrichment, and entity resolution.
The self-study e-learning includes:
Learn how to
- Annotatable course notes in PDF format.
- Virtual Lab time to practice.
- create and review data explorations
- create and review data profiles
- create data jobs for data improvement
- establish monitoring aspects for your data.
Who should attend
Data quality stewards
There are no prerequisites for this course.
This course addresses DataFlux Data Management Studio software.
This course addresses DataFlux Data Management Studio 2.6 and DataFlux Data Management Server 2.6.
Introduction and Course Flow
DataFlux Data Management Studio: Getting Started
- providing an overview of the technology offerings for SAS Data Quality
- discussing the DataFlux Data Management Platform architecture
- navigating the DataFlux Data Management Studio interface
- creating a Data Managment Studio repository
- verifying the course QKB and reference sources
- working with data connections
ACT: Introduction to Data Jobs
- creating data collections
- designing data explorations
- creating data profiles
- designing data standardization schemes
- introduction to data jobs
- setting options for data jobs
- creating a simple data job
ACT: Data Enrichment
- identifying functionality that is available in the Quality grouping of nodes
- standardization, parsing, and casing
- identification analysis and right fielding
ACT: Entity Resolution
- understanding the data enrichment data sources
- working with address verification in a data job
- discussing the concept of match codes
- describing the process of generating match codes
- creating match codes
- clustering records
- adding survivorship to the entity resolution job
- defining business rules
- adding a business rule and an alert to a profile
- creating a historical visualization
- using a business rule in a data job
- data jobs with monitoring tasks
- multi-input/multi-output data jobs
- using data job references within a data job
- woriking with the Data Management server