IBM Lombardi or IBM Business Process Management Training Agenda

Process Modelling:

Describe why process modelling is an important phase in the BPM life cycle methodology
Identify how to create a process application using Process Designer(Authoring Env)
List and identify the core elements that are used to create a business process definition (BPD) in Process Designer.
Translate workflow steps into business process activities and nested processes
Control the process flow using gateways
Validate that the process model meets playback zero goals and requirements
Use an intermediate timer event to ensure that process deadlines are met
Define IBM Business Process Manager technical architecture
Manage user authentication and authorization
Install and configure snapshots
Manage IBM Business Process Manager log files
Monitor IBM Business Process Manager processes : Process Center Console ,Process Admin Console,Performance Admin Console.
Process Implementation.
Describe the architecture of Lombardi
Manage variables and data flow
Implement Gateways and routing to control process flow
Design user input forms (Lombardi Coaches)
Test a business process model
Model and implement Message Events
Organize process assets using Toolkits, Snapshots, and tagging

Advanced Implementation

Use gateways to model flow of process activities based on conditional outcomes
Use gateways to model parallel execution process activities
Explain the purpose of process events and when to use them in a process model
Model initiation of a process via an external system event
Model escalation of an activity based on expiration of predetermined time duration
Capture high-level input and output data for major process activities
Define the Lombardi Edition object model and extend it with custom data types
Create process variables to represent complex data, such as arrays and nested objects
Describe variable scoping in Lombardi Edition and map flow of data between process activities, nested services, and sub-process definitions
Use the Lombardi Edition user interface (Coach) designer to create screens to capture user input for a process activity
Use data binding and events to control population of data within a Coach control
Configure visibility options to customize Coach appearance based on user role or other conditions
Define and implement guided user interactions using Lombardi Edition Coaches
Identify the parts of the Lombardi Edition Service Modeler
Map variables between a nested service and an activity in the overlying BPD
Identify the components of the Lombardi Edition integration architecture
Define the basic functionality of a Lombardi Edition Integration Service : Web API and web services,Sql Connector,Email Connector,Write to file Connector,Webservice connector,Java Connector
Describe how Lombardi Edition Integration components interact with Lombardi Edition Services
Use a Lombardi Edition Integration Service to query data from a relational database
Describe how to model a business rule in Lombardi Edition
Implement gateways that manage conditional activity flow and parallel activity execution
Identify the components of the Lombardi Edition Message Event architecture
Trigger the start of a Lombardi Edition process based on a message event
Identify the most common types of exceptions
Identify when to use exception handling in Lombardi Edition
Describe possible exception handling pattern

Implementation Mentoring

High level process design
Process data model
Roles, grouping, and routing
External services
SLA and exceptions
Process visibility: reports and status
Administration and maintenance
Migration to production

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