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Oracle BPM 12c: Essentials Ed 1 (B12CEE1)

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  • Who Should Attend
  • Certifications
  • Prerequisites
  • Objectives
  • Content
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Course Overview

Duration: 5 Days

Price: SGD 5,275.00

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.

 

Who Should Attend

  • Business Analysts
  • Developer

Course Certifications

This course is part of the following Certifications:

Prerequisites

Suggested Prerequisites:

  • Familiarity with BPM modeling concepts

Course Objectives

  • 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)

Course Content

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

 

Course ID: B12CEE1


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