This course teaches students how to author, implement, and administer process applications in IBM Business Process Manager V7.5.1, which is different from the Teamworks V6.2 product.
IBM Business Process Manager V7.5.1 is a business process management (BPM) platform that supports the four core concepts of simplicity, power, governance, and visibility. It enables users to document and manage the business processes of their organization, meet the demands of their business customers, and increase productivity when collaborating with BPM process application development teams.
This course is designed for students with a Teamworks developer or administrator background. Students learn how IBM Business Process Manager differs from the old Teamworks product, and how to use the collaboration tools that are now built into the product. The course provides a conceptual overview of the behavior and usage of the Business Process Manager features and enhancements, including the Business Process Manager configurations and the Standard configuration architecture. The course also covers how to author a business process definition, how to administer users and server environments, and how to deploy a process application.
Throughout the course, students perform hands-on exercises that contribute to their mastery of Business Process Manager authoring and administration techniques. During the exercises, students use IBM Business Process Manager, the Process Center Console, the Administrative Console, and the Process Portal.
This basic course is designed for Teamworks V6.2 BPM developers, architects, and administrators who need to perform process application development and management tasks in IBM Business Process Manager V7.5.1.
Students should be experienced in authoring, implementing, and administering Teamworks V6.2 process applications.
There are no follow-ons for this course.