Tibco BE Training covers all the fundamentals regarding Rules Management Server (RMS) which is a content repository managing workflow life cycle and authentication.

Tibco Business Events is complex event processing software with a powerful engine that enables an eclipse development environment. It connects to Rules Management Server (RMS) which is a content repository managing workflow life cycle and authentication. It applies rules to identify, address situation solutions that require a response. It can transfer events on multiple transports and transform them into a neutral data structure for future processing. Tibco BE help to increase resource allocation and accelerate response to threats.


The designed course structure includes introduction, analyzing projects with BE diagrams, working with distributed cache and using HAWK. Our experienced trainers are enthusiastic and techie emphasis on delivering quality training so that the student understands the concepts and efficiently apply it in real time scenarios.

TIBCO BE Training Curriculum
Introducing TIBCO Business Events training

curriculum_moduleBusiness Case For Order Track and Trace

Current Implementation
Current Situation Limitations
Business Objectives
Solution: High Level View
Business Scenarios
Best Practices

curriculum_moduleEvents and Channels

Events in an Enterprise
Defining Events in BusinessEvents
Event Channel
Using BusinessEvents Studio
Channel Configuration
Event Configuration
Event Payloads vs. Event Properties
Using Global Variables
Track and Trace Process Flow

curriculum_moduleConcepts and Scorecards

Data Models Concepts
Concept Properties
Concept Relationships
Database Concepts
Events and Concepts Compared
Generating XML Schemas
Track and Trace Process Flow

curriculum_moduleDesigning Rules

Events and Rules
Types of Events
How Rules Work
BusinessEvents Rule Editor
Rule Language
Anatomy of a Rule
Rule Terms and Aliases
Rule Conditions
Rule Actions
Concept Instantiation
Ontology Functions
Mapping Data
Rule Functions
Functions Registry
Rule Design Considerations

curriculum_moduleConfiguring Projects for Testing

BusinessEvents Components
Cluster Deployment Descriptor (CDD) File
Agent Classes and Processing Units
Collections and Log Configurations
Relating Elements of a CDD
Building a CDD File
Enabling Channel Destinations
BE Engine Object Management
Relating CDD to EAR File
Defining a Debug Configuration
Testing With Debugger

curriculum_moduleAnalyzing Projects with BE Diagrams

BE Diagrams
Entity Project Diagrams
Diagram Tools

curriculum_moduleRule Inferencing and Agenda

Inbound and Outbound Events
Mapping Messages to Inbound Events
Creating and Sending BE Events
Outbound Events
Rules Triggering Rules
Explicit Trigger: BE Firing an Event
Advisory Events
Implicit Trigger: Rule Inferencing
How the Inference Engine Works
Event Preprocessor
BE Implements Optimized Rate
Rule Agenda
Rule Priority
Forward Chaining

curriculum_moduleImplementing Fraud Detection

Detecting Patterns
Other Fraud Scenarios
Designing Rules
Best Practice: Rule Optimization
Best Practice: Rule Execution
Configuring Rule Ranking

curriculum_moduleRules as Web Services

Rules as Web Services
Web Service Options
Top Down Approach
Bottom Up Approach
Adding Channel and Destinations
Define IN and OUT Events
Configure Rule Functions
Implement Reply to SOAP Request
Generate Concrete WSDL
BE as a Web Service Client
Project Library

curriculum_moduleBuilding Business Rules

Decision Manager
Decision Manager User Interface
Virtual Rule Functions
Calling Virtual Functions
Adding a Decision Table
Conditions and Actions
Defining Rules
Validating Decision Tables
Testing Decision Tables
Table Analyzer
Decision Table Properties

curriculum_moduleData Management with State Machine

State Modeler
State Machine Definition
State Entry and Exit Actions
State Timeouts
State Transition Rules
State Machine Types
State Types
Composite States
Concurrent States
State Machine Implementation Details
State Machine Uses
State Machine Examples

curriculum_modulePredictability Using EPM

Introduction to Pattern Matcher
Pattern Matcher Features
Pattern Matcher Components
How Pattern Matcher Works
Pattern Language Grammar
Correlating Events
Specifying Event Sequence
Temporal/Time -Based Constraints
Time-Based Construct Example
Using EPL: An API Overview

Step 1: Pattern Definition and Registration
Step 2: Define Listeners, Deploy Pattern
Step 3: Sending Events to Patterns, Success and Failure Listeners

curriculum_moduleDeploying to a Tibco Domain

Deployment Options
Deployment Steps – Overview
TIBCO Administration Domain
Pre-Deployment Tasks
Application Deployment in Administrator
Configuring Deployment Details
BusinessEvents Engine Components
Tracing an Engine Instance
Stand Alone Deployment – BEMM
BEMM Features
BEMM Components

curriculum_moduleObject Management

Object Management
In-Memory Object Management
Cache Based Object Management
Built-In Cache Provider
Scalability Using Multiple Cache Servers
Defining Cache Object Management
Object Storage in Cache Mode
Cache Only Storage
Cache + Memory Storage
Memory Only Storage
Backing Store

curriculum_moduleIntroduction To Query Agents

Types of BusinessEvents Engines
Introducing Query Agent
Query Language Syntax
Types of Queries
Defining a Query
Working with Result Sets
Configuring CDD – Agents\
Configuring CDD – Processing Units
Running Query Agents
Engine Discovery
BQL Tool
Feature Comparison

curriculum_moduleWorking with Distributed Cache

curriculum_moduleIntroduction to ActiveSpaces

curriculum_moduleBE Monitoring and Management

curriculum_modulePerformance monitoring

curriculum_moduleUsing TIBCO Hawk

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