IBM BPM LOMBARDI

→ 1). Understand the IBM Business Process Management products Version 8.5.0and the life cycle of a business process application.

  • IBM Process Center
  • IBM Process Designer
  • IBM Integration Designer
  • IBM Process Server.
  • BPM(Websphere Business Process Management).
  • IBM Lombardi.
  • IBM ESB
  • IBM BUSINESS RULES

→ 2). Use Process Designer to design and run a process application

  • Creating a process application and designing the flow of a business process
  • Create activities (human interaction, decisions, nested process, logic)
  • Simulation and analysis of the business process
  • Designing the data used by the process
  • Create basic implementations of the activities and the data flow
  • Implement human interaction user interfaces through coaches
  • Test user interfaces and create snapsots
  • Implement a decision service using a decision table
  • Implement activities with simple JavaScript logic
  • Test the flow of the business process
  • Implement a nested process with a Web service call
  • Implement a Web service call to an existing Web service
  • Implement exception handling
  • Implement database update using SQL services
  • Implement sending email through an SMPT server
  • Implement a decision using the Business Action Language (BAL)
  • Use exposed process variables in the decision and modify the values at runtime
  • Implement security for human tasks using groups and users
  • Expose the business process as a Web service for invocation from outside
  • Use Integration Designer to interact with the business process
  • Connect Integration Designer to the Process Center and Process Server
  • Create a Web front-end application from a WSDL
  • Invoke the business process as a Web service
  • Define and implement Advanced Integration Services
  • Define advance integration services in Process Designer
  • Import a process application into Integration Designer
  • Implement the advanced integration services in Integration Designer
  • Implement a service that calls a Java class
  • Implement a service that calls an external Web service
  • Synchronize (publish) the advanced integration services into the Process Center
  • Run the process application in Process Designer with the advanced integration services
  • Run the process application using the front-end and the Process Portal
  • Use the Process Portal to perform the human services
  • Use Process Designer and tools to measure and monitor the process application
  • Use automatic tracking to track business data fields and standard KPIs
  • Use manual tracking to track business data and calculated values
  • Use the Business Performance Admin Console
  • Use the Process Admin Console for monitoring
  • Use historical analysis to analyse the performance of the business process
  • Compare historical data with simulation data
  • Create ad-hoc reports from automatic and manual tracking data
  • Generate, save, run, and tailor reports from ad-hoc reports

→ WEBSPHERE PROCESS DESIGNER V 7.5.1:

  • Integration using service-oriented architecture
  • IBM Websphere Process Server overview
  • IBM Websphere Integration Developer overview
  • Exercise: Websphere Integration Developer development environment
  • Service Component Architecture overview
  • Overview of ESB architecture and components of ESB, Business Objects.
  • Exercise: Creating business objects, business graphs, and shared interfaces
  • Business process choreography overview Exercise: Creating a business process
  • IBM Websphere Business Integration adapters
  • Exercise: Using a Websphere Business Integration adapter in integration applications
  • IBM Websphere (JCA) adapters
  • Exercise: Using Websphere adapters in an integration application
  • Interface mapping and business object mapping
  • Exercise: Creating interface maps and business object maps  
  • Exercise: Creating an identity relationship
  • Business rules, Relationships, Selectors
  • Exercise: Creating business rule components, Business state machines.
  • Exercise: Creating a business state machine, Human Task Flows.
  • Debugging and deploying integration applications
  • Exercise: Debugging a business process, Common Event Infrastructure.
  • Exercise: Monitoring an application using the Common Event Infrastructure

→ WEBSPHERE INTEGRATION DEVELOPER V 8.5.0 COURSE CONTENTS:

  • Integration using service-oriented architecture
  • IBM Websphere Process Server overview
  • IBM Websphere Integration Developer overview
  • Exercise: Websphere Integration Developer development environment
  • Service Component Architecture overview
  • Overview of ESB architecture and components of ESB, Business Objects.
  • Exercise: Creating business objects, business graphs, and shared interfaces
  • Business process choreography overview Exercise: Creating a business process
  • IBM Websphere Business Integration adapters
  • Exercise: Using a Websphere Business Integration adapter in integration applications
  • IBM Websphere (JCA) adapters
  • Exercise: Using Websphere adapters in an integration application
  • Interface mapping and business object mapping
  • Exercise: Creating interface maps and business object maps  
  • Exercise: Creating an identity relationship
  • Business rules, Relationships, Selectors
  • Exercise: Creating business rule components, Business state machines.
  • Exercise: Creating a business state machine, Human Task Flows.
  • Debugging and deploying integration applications
  • Exercise: Debugging a business process, Common Event Infrastructure.
  • Exercise: Monitoring an application using the Common Event Infrastructure
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