2020 schedule

Please note public bootcamps require 4 attendees or they will be cancelled.

If you are interested in purchasing credits to attend training, please reach
out to your Collibra representative.

Date Bootcamp Offering Description
December 14 – 15
1:00pm – 5:00pm ET
Collibra API During this course, you will learn about Collibra’s REST and Java APIs which extend the functionality of the Collibra Platform. You will leverage our API documentation to execute REST API calls with their required parameters. You will also configure script tasks inside workflows by using builders and write increasingly complex scripts that automate the creation of communities, domains, and assets.
December 7 – 8
12:00pm – 2:00pm ET
Data Lineage Collibra Data Lineage automatically maps relationships between data to show how data sets are built, aggregated, sourced, and used During this course, you will learn how to harvest and explore technical data lineage from various data sources in the Collibra Data Lineage interface and in the Collibra platform thus providing complete, end-to-end lineage visualization.
December 1 – 4
10:00am – 12:00pm ET
Workflow Engineering During this course, you will learn how to analyze workflow diagrams, modify out-of-the-box workflows, and build your own workflow. Once created, the workflows will be deployed and tested. You will learn how
to read the log files to debug workflows.
November 16 – 20
2:00pm – 6:00pm ET
Operating Model An operating model explains how data is to be governed in your organization, how users can search, propose, create, review, and archive
assets, how users can raise issues and how they will be resolved. During this
course, you will learn how to create an operating model related to a particular
scenario. This will include building an asset model, a community structure,
and ultimately an operating model. This course will give you the necessary
foundation for implementing the Collibra Platform in an organization.
November 9 – 12
11:00am – 1:00pm ET
Collibra Catalog During this course, you will learn how Catalog is used by many different roles in an organization. You will experience how a technical steward imports metadata, performs data profiling, and data sampling. You will also see how an analyst would shop for, request access to, and rate data sets. By leveraging the Classification and Guided Stewardship workflows, you will learn how to tie the business assets to their technical components and view their data lineage. Finally, you will learn best practices for designing a report certification process based on the concepts covered in this course.
November 2 – 5
1:00pm – 4:00pm ET
Getting Started This course sets the foundation for your Data Intelligence initiative and gets your team up and running quickly. While the course has defined target roles, technical team members can also benefit from this course, as it explains the basic features and purpose of the Collibra Platform.
October 29 – 30
9:0am – 1:00pm ET
Collibra API During this course, you will learn about Collibra’s REST and Java APIs which extend the functionality of the Collibra Platform. You will leverage our API documentation to execute REST API calls with their required parameters. You will also configure script tasks inside workflows by using builders and write increasingly complex scripts which automate the creation of communities, domains, and assets.
October 26 – 29
3:00pm – 5:00pm ET
Workflow Engineering During this course, you will learn how to analyze workflow diagrams, modify out-of-the-box workflows, and build your own workflow. Once created, the workflows will be deployed and tested. You will learn how
to read the log files to debug workflows.
October 19 – 23
9:00am – 1:00pm ET
Operating Model An operating model explains how data is to be governed in your organization, how users can search, propose, create, review, and archive
assets, how users can raise issues and how they will be resolved. During this course, you will learn how to create an operating model related to a particular scenario. This will include building an asset model, a community structure, and ultimately an operating model. This course will give you the necessary
foundation for implementing the Collibra Platform in an organization.
October 13 – 16
8:00am – 10:00am ET
Workflow Engineering During this course, you will learn how to analyze workflow diagrams, modify out-of-the-box workflows, and build your own workflow. Once created, the workflows will be deployed and tested. You will learn how
to read the log files to debug workflows.
October 5 – 9
2:00pm – 6:00pm ET
Operating Model An operating model explains how data is to be governed in your organization, how users can search, propose, create, review, and archive
assets, how users can raise issues and how they will be resolved. During this course, you will learn how to create an operating model related to a particular scenario. This will include building an asset model, a community structure, and ultimately an operating model. This course will give you the necessary
foundation for implementing the Collibra Platform in an organization.