IBM BPM Training

IBM BPM Training helps you create process models and robust collaboration capabilities. It is a full-featured, consumable business process management (BPM) platform. It directs the learners to discover, document, automate, and continuously improves business processes to increase efficiency and reduce costs.

IBM BPM Training Curriculum

Introduction to IBM Business Process Manager Version 8.5

Business process management and service-oriented architecture
BPMN 2.0 Concepts and Examples
IBM BPM History and Versions

Overview of IBM Lombardi/IBM BPM

Introduction of Blue Work Live
Explaining IBM Process Center Architecture
Introduction to Process Stake Holders and their Responsibilities
Introduction to IBM BPM Product Components
IBM BPM Key Terms and Concepts
Creating IBM BPM Project

How to add the User groups and Users and how to grant access Hands on session
Explain the Process Package / Tool Kit Package
Managing Snapshots and Workspaces
Designing BPD

Create a New Process App
Creating a BPD and Configuration Setting
Adding Lanes to the BPD
Assigning Participants
Adding activities
Establishing process flow lanes
Building Coaches And Services And Nested Services

Building Human Services
Building Integration Service
Building general System Services
Implement a service that calls a Java class
Implement a service that calls an external Web service
Building An Executable BPDs And Services

Using Gateways
Implementing Activities
Adding Process Variables to BPD
Adding events to BPD
Setting Environment Variables
Validating Processes
Modelling Events

Message Events
Intermediate Events
Timer Events
Adhoc Events
Message Events

Define Start and Intermediate message events
Define the use of a UCA
Define the use of a handler service
Create a handler service
Configure a UCA, Define the relationship between message events and UCAs
Start a BPD using a Start message event
Use exposed process variables in the decision and modify the values at runtime
Intermediate timer
List and describe intermediate event types used in Process Designer
Model a business process escalation path using an attached intermediate timer event
List and describe the functional properties within an intermediate timer event
Mapping And Managing Variables

Variable Declaration and Mappings
Custom Variables
EPV’S
Explain Pre and Post assignments
Initializing Complex variable using Java script
Making Variables available to process portal search
Coaches And Coach Views

Consume integration data to enable a drop-down menu on a Coach
Rapidly create dependent visibility controls
Use browser events to drive Coach functionality
Implement Ajax controls on a Coach
User security & User based access (eg: Configure visibility options to customize Coach appearance based on user role or other conditions)
Upload a file to the library & Use a managed file as part of a human or generic system service
Identify candidates for hardening & Create patterns for dealing with system errors
Rule Engine
Exceptions And Loops

Exception handling and loops
Create Simple loop in BPD
Create multi instance loops

Advance Concepts In IBM BPM

Integration

Introduction to Web API
Topics- Performance Data Handling
Performance Data handling
Scoreboards
Reports
Administration Advance Concepts

Admin Process console
Performance Admin console.

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  • 10 hours, 32 minutes Hrs

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