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28-12-2020, 02:29

RHPAM BPM : An Overview on RedHat Process Automation Manager

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RHPAM BPM : An Overview on RedHat Process Automation Manager
RHPAM BPM : An Overview on RedHat Process Automation Manager
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 43 lectures (7h 16m) | Size: 8.66 GB

RHPAM-BPM a.k.a Jbpm (7+). All you need to know about the new paradigm of Business process management in enterprises What you'll learn:
Drools Rule Engine - Decision Server - Rules using Drools rule language (drl) and many other ways . Decision Model and Notation (DMN)
Business process Design and Modelling
Process Modelling in RHPAM a.k.a Red Hat JBoss BPM 7+
Agile BPM development
Low code Process Design and Development
You will understand how to show the process flows with various gateways (XOR, AND, OR) and how to make sure token flows correctly
Adaptive case management overview in Bonita
You will learn how to use events in RHPAM BPMN and what are the event types
You will master usage of pools and lanes to show collaboration in a process
PAM case Management (BPMN ++)

Interested to learn the new trend in Enterprise - BPM
Basic Java and Java Script Knowledge
Have a passion and open mind to learn BPM technologies

RHPAM is an open-source business process management (BPMN 2.0) and a low-code development platform. RHPAM has extensible business nodes or plugins and is a pioneer in Business rules engine development, which uses Drools by using drool language or drl language and middleware applications.

Process Automation Manager uses (BPMN 2.0) for process design and extends it with adaptive case management (BPMN 2.0 +).

User experience in designing Business Rules:

RHPAM provides many ways to write business decisions and now fully compliant with DMN (Decision Model and notation ).

Transforms process into user-friendly applications.

Time-to-market: Fast implementation and thanks to the coverage by the product of all what is it needed to build modern business solution based on process and data integration - possibility to cover a lot of different business cases ( from purely human process-oriented cases to more complex cases involving data gathering and other system integration ).

Who this course is for
IT professionals
Business Analysts
Process managers
Anyone who is interested in trending Business process modelling (BPM) technologies


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