Oracle BPM 12c : Essentials

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Oracle BPM 12c : Essentials

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Cette formation Oracle BPM 12c : Essentials Ed 1 vous apprend à travailler avec des projets d'architecture d'entreprise (BA). Nos formateurs experts vous apprendront à concevoir des formulaires, des règles et des définitions de données.

Objectifs de la formation :

  • Create business architecture projects and run reports
  • Roll up key performance indicators in business architecture reports
  • Deploy a business process to BPM Run Time
  • Participate in a running process as an end user
  • Analyze process workload and performance using Oracle Business Process Workspace
  • Collaborate with others who are working on the same BPM project
  • Document business processes
  • Describe the Business Process Management (BPM) life cycle and how the various components of the Oracle BPM Suite are used
  • Create process models and other artifacts using Oracle Business Process Composer and Oracle BPM Studio
  • Create and implement user tasks, business rules, and service tasks
  • Handle exceptions
  • Configure process analytics to gather both standard and custom process metrics
  • Create real-time dashboards using Oracle Business Activity Monitoring (Oracle BAM)

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Cette formation Oracle BPM s’adresse aux développeurs et analystes.

Programme de la formation :

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 Project

Implementing 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 Playing the Process

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 Data About 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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