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Oracle BPM 12c: Essentials Ed 1

Oracle BPM 12c: Essentials Ed 1

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This Oracle BPM 12c: Essentials Ed 1 training teaches you how to work with business architecture (BA) projects. Expert

Oracle University instructors will teach you how to design forms, rules and data definitions.

Learn To:

Model, implement, play and deploy business processes.

Choose either business-friendly Business Process Composer or BPM Studio, the developer's tool of choice.

Use integrated Oracle BPM monitoring tools and BA reports.

Use Oracle BAM to measure both standard and process-specific business indicators.

Navigate Oracle BAM to measure both standard and process-specific business indicators.

Raise alerts on abnormal business conditions.

Benefits to You

By taking this course and learning how to implement Business Process Management, you can enable a more agile,

flexible enterprise that can adapt to new business demands and to changes in underlying IT systems. Oracle Business

Process Management Suite is a natural complement to Oracle SOA Suite that can help you apply SOA to higher-value

business opportunities.

 

Kinek ajánljuk

  • Business Analysts
  • Developers

Szükséges előképzettség

  • Familiarity with BPM modeling concepts

Tematika

The BPM Life Cycle and the Oracle BPM Suite

About Business Process Management

Explaining the BPM Life Cycle

About the Oracle BPM Suite

Discussing Case Study

Creating Business Architecture Projects

Discussing Business Architecture

Describing Business Process Analysis

Explaining Goals, Objectives, and Strategies

About Enterprise Maps and Value Chain Models

Discussing Metrics and Measures: Key Performance Indicators

About Process Criticality Reports and Impact Analysis Reports

Getting Started with Oracle Business Process Composer

Generating and Displaying Reports

Modeling a Process Using Oracle Business Process Composer

Creating a BPM Project

Modeling a BPM Process

Saving and Publishing a BPM Project

Documenting BPM Projects

Discussing End-user and Internal Documentation

Using the Graphical View

Using the Narrative View

Running Process Reports

Collaborating on BPM Projects

Collaborating Among Business Process Composer Users

Collaborating Between Business Process Composer Users and BPM Studio Users

Importing and Exporting Projects and Process Models

Creating and Using Data Objects

How Information Is Handled?

Discussing Basic Versus Complex Data Objects

Explaining Arguments

Describing Data Object Scope, Lifespan, and Access

Creating Business Objects and Data Objects

Configuring Branching for Exclusive Gateways

Validating the ProjectImplementing User Tasks

Discussing Human Interaction in a Business Process

Explaining Patterns in Human Workflow

Implementing User Tasks

Creating Web Forms

Discussing Form-First Workflow Versus Data-First Workflow

Mapping Data

Implementing Business Rule Tasks

What are Business Rules?

Describing Anatomy of a Business Rule

About Global Variables

Explaing Value Sets

Discussing Three Types of Rule Sets

Creating Business Rules

Mapping Data Between the Process and the Business rule

Discussing Best Practices: Enabling Business Users to Customize Rules

Implementing Service Tasks

About Service Component Architecture

Explaining Exposed Services, Components, and External References

Implementing Service Tasks

Creating a Service or Reference

Binding a Service Task to the Service or Reference

Mapping Data

Playing the Process

What Is Process Player?

Describing Steps for Using Process Player

Mapping Users and Groups to Process Roles

Explaining Process Player User Interface

Deploying the Process

Deploying a Project from Business Process Composer

Deploying a Project from BPM Studio

Participating in a Running Process

Launching and Logging In to Oracle Business Process Workspace

Discussing Business Process Workspace Interface

Describing Tasks

Discussing Case Management

Discussing Process Tracking

Explaining Standard Dashboards, Custom Dashboards, and Process Monitoring

Customizing Business Process Workspace

Participating in a Running Process

Using Additional BPMN Flow Objects

Discussing Non-Interactive Tasks

Discussing Interactive Tasks

Explaining Gateways

Discussing Events

Communicating Between Processes

What is Synchronous Communication?

What is Asynchronous Communication?

Explaining Peer Process Communication

Describing Types of Subprocesses

Handling Exceptions

Designing Beyond the "Happy Path"

Handling Errors: Options and Tradeoffs

Discussing Business Exceptions Versus System Exceptions

Creating a Business Exception

Specifying the Errors to Catch and Thrown

Mapping Error DataAbout Policy-Driven Exception Handling

Monitoring the Process

Discussing End-to-End Process Analytics

About Built-in Metrics

Overivew of Process Monitor

Explaining Standard BPM Dashboards

About Custom Metrics: Counters, Measures, and Dimensions

Creating and Using Custom Metrics

Discussing Business Process Workspace: Three Types of Dashboards

Creating Real-Time Dashboards Using BAM

Describing Out-of-the-Box BAM Dashboards

About Oracle BAM Composer

OEP Integration: Continuous Query Language

Building a Simple BAM Dashboard

Surfacing KPIs in Business Architecture Reports

Linking from an Enterprise Map to a BPM Process

Rolling KPIs Up from a BPM Process Model to a Business Architecture Report

Generating and Displaying a Process Criticality Report


 

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