|Code cours||WR124FR||Type de formation||Cours en ligne avec instructeur
|Durée||3.0 Jour(s)||Type de cours||Public/Privé|
EUR 1 900,00 HT
EUR 2 272,40 TTC
This workshop will teach you the concepts of IBM Business Process Management Version 7.5 through development of an end-to-end business process scenario.
Understand the IBM Business Process Management products Version 8.0 and the life cycle of a business process application
This workshop will teach you the concepts of IBM Business Process Management Version 8.0 through development of an end-to-end business process scenario.
Our instructor for the following workshop will be Ueli Wahli. Ueli is IBM Redbook author, one of the best experts for subject matter. He developed the course material. So you will get first hand teaching. Ueli has updated the workshop from BMP 7.5 to BPM 8.0, and he will demonstrate the Version 8 product. Students will work with a VMware image based on v8.0.
This workshop consists of presentations and hands-on lab exercises.
Presentations about the functions of Business Process Management Version 8.0, and the full development life cycle of a sample process application
Presentations and hands-on labs are intermixed.
In hands-on lab exercises we will go step-by-step through the development scenario of a business process application of a fictitious company.
Use Process Designer to design and run a process application
Use Integration Designer to interact with the business process
Define and implement Advanced Integration Services
Use Process Designer and tools to measure and monitor the process application
Demonstration of the REST API and Web applications that use REST to handle human tasks and invoke the business process.
Understand activation and deployment of process applications and snapshots
Windows XP or Windows 7, 2 GB memory or better, 1.8 GHz CPU or better
Instructor-Led Online (ILO) uses two pieces of software, that the students must install on their machines. The first is Centra. Centra is used to display PowerPoint charts to students. The instructor controls Centra, selecting which PowerPoint chart to show at any one time, and speaking to the students using voice-over-IP. The students can also speak to each other and to the instructor using voice-over-IP. Typically everyone wears a headset to make this possible. Students can also ask questions, answer polls, and there is a whiteboard feature so students and teachers can draw diagrams. There is no video camera.
The second is used to host lab environments (VMware image). Students connect remotely to a VMware VMX server which they use to access the VMware image and complete their labs. Instructors can see what each student is doing, and can even take control of their mouse and keyboard remotely to show the students how to fix problems etc.
Both of these technologies are accessed over the internet, so students and instructors can be located all around the world.
A good Internet connection is required (such as 3Mb/sec).