Training & Consulting Services

Quicker time-to-value, better ROI

Our teams can offer some extensive product education and/or provide some specialized delivery capacity, to help you more quickly achieve your desired outcomes and maximize the business value added with our products and solutions.

Our training services

We love to empower our customers and partners to do more on their own with our products.

Our product experts can deliver training for a variety of roles (e.g., traders, risk controllers/managers/modellers, business analysts, software developers, IT ops & support staff) on the relevant product components (e.g., UI vs. backend services, JS/Python/Java APIs) and solutions (e.g., FRTB accelerator).

We leverage standardized or tailor-made courses, through remote or on-site delivery, depending on the context and specific customer/partner needs.

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    Our consulting services

    To further decrease your time-to-value and maximize ROI: we can assist worldwide with the design, implementation, deployment and tuning of your Atoti+ based solutions.

    Our in-house consultants build on 15+ years of experience in delivering our technology into purpose-fit solutions that solve critical challenges for the financial services industry.

    They possess the technical expertise and domain knowledge that can help you mitigate project risk and ensure a quicker value delivery.

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      Catalogue of available courses

      Pre-requisites: Java core, Spring framework (IOC), Maven. – Duration: 3 or 4 days

      ActivePivot 5 has a completely redesigned datastore which is much more than a new feature that provides better memory utilization and scalability. Designed to take performance to unprecedented levels, ActivePivot 5 also supports Multi Version Concurrency Control (MVCC), epochs, transactions log and off-heap storage. Taken together, these new features present a step-change in the way you design and implement ActivePivot projects. This brand new course introduces the concepts step-by-step and is appropriate not only for beginners but also for experienced developers. You will learn how to design and partition datastores, optimise for NUMA, exploit the MVCC for cross-epoch queries, how to create and configure message channels, topics and column calculators. The impact of factless and unbalanced hierarchies on cube design will be examined. The locations API is explained and hands-on sessions illustrate many post processor design patterns including non linear aggregations.

      Pre-requisites: Java core, Spring framework (IOC), Maven.

      Duration: 3 or 4 days

      Learning objectives:

      • Set up a Development environment (Maven, Eclipse, debugging)
        – Configure the ActivePivot Manager, Data Store and ActivePivot
        – Use Excel and ActiveUI for cube browsing
        – Best practice for Cube design (data store, schema and cube definitions)
      • Data Loading (the ActivePivot transaction, the data store and sources)
      • Enrich a source of data
        – Implement a comparators and formatters
        – Configure the MDX engine
        – Set up the drill through functionality and add post processed columns
        – Understand out the ActivePivot real time capabilities
        – Configure security and manage authentication, authorization and entitlements
      • Pre-processed aggregators
      • Post Processors: Dynamic Aggregation, Formula Post Processor
      • Introducing the distributed architecture with a hands-on example

      Pre-requisites: Must have previously attended Atoti+ – Fundamentals, Concepts and Practice – Duration: 3 days

      This new training course focuses on the techniques and approaches for optimizing the performance of ActivePivot version 5.

      Attendees on the course will have access to a large server running a project that contains a number of performance problems that are based on real use cases. During the course the attendees will be guided by senior consultant from our Professional Services group to resolve the problems and obtain the best possible performance.

      Pre-requisites: Must have previously attended ActivePivot 5 – Fundamentals, Concepts and Practice.

      Duration: 3 days

      Learning objectives:

      • Understand the theory behind several key ActivePivot components, how to monitor them and what affects their performance
      • Provide hands on experience with various configurations to prove the theory
      • To present a detailed and methodical approach for exploring and resolving performance issues
      • A plethora of examples of ActivePivot best practices and design
      • Discussion of anti-patterns, bad design and common mistakes.

      Topics include: Datastore design (schema, key fields, indices, partitioning, vectors), Aggregate providers (JIT, BITMAP, LEAF), post processors and monitoring.

      Pre-requisites: None – Duration: 1 day

      In this course you will learn how to use the MDX query language using ActiveUI. After an introduction to the basic syntax and constructs of the MDX language you will learn about the fundamental building blocks of MDX: dimensions, hierarchies, tuples, sets, calculated members. You will learn about the numerical and statistical functions that are built into MDX, how to create filters and how to use ActivePivot’s epoch dimension to create measures that show trends on a timeline.

      You will also learn how to write efficient MDX for execution in ActivePivot. This is particularly useful for developers who are building in-house user interfaces. It is also suitable for end users and business analysts who need to build reports, ActivePivot developers and designers who need to understand the optimum balance between Java post processors and MDX.

      This brand new course has been designed and built for ActivePivot by a leading BI training and consulting expert.

      Pre-requisites: None.

      Duration: 1 day

      Learning objectives:

      • How to use the MDX editor in ActiveUI
      • Best practice for the design of dimensions and hierarchies
      • Learn MDX language syntax and idioms
      • How to use MDX calculated members as an alternative to Java post processors
      • How to use sets to filter the cube
      • How to use ActivePivot’s Epoch dimension to build trend measures from MDX expressions

      Pre-requisites: Good working knowledge of JavaScript and its associated development environments – Duration: 3 days

      ActiveUI version 4 has been redesigned to provide state of the art html 5 user experience and flexibility. It also provides full extension capabilities in native JavaScript and React components. You will learn how to customize CSS files, extend the existing app and write your own widgets.

      Pre-requisites: Good working knowledge of JavaScript and its associated development environments.

      Duration: 3 days

      Learning objectives:

      • How to use the ActiveUI JavaScript library to create your own widgets, to modify and enhance the behavior and appearance of the core widgets.
      • You will also learn how to link the widgets together to implement story telling use cases.
      • Deployment and integration of third party JavaScript libraries is included.
      • The course also covers topics related to the deployment of ActiveUI and how to integrate with your build process.
      • The role and configuration of the Content Server is also covered.

      Pre-requisites: None – Duration: 1 day

      This course will allow end users to familiarize themselves to the new ActiveUI. They will earn how to build tabular, graphs and pivots views, how to create dashboards and share bookmarks, customize MDX queries.

      Pre-requisites: None.

      Duration: 1 day

      Learning objectives:

      • Learn how to use and configure all the widgets in ActiveUI.
      • Construction of dashboards with global filter controls.
      • Creating and configure charts and graphs.
      • Creating and saving bookmarks.
      • Understand the pivot and tablular widgets, how to create MDX expressions using the wizards, the drill through panel and MDX filters and wizards.

      NB: For courses delivered in the ActiveViam office in London, there is no need to bring laptops as all equipment and course materials will be provided