Thursday, 14 February 2013

JBPM Training at Attune University

JBPM Training at Attune University
About jBPM Training
Attune University is providing an expertise JBPM training to get ahead middleware architects and application developers who are responsible for designing business processes, implementing business process management systems, and integrating BPM into their enterprise architecture. During this training you will learn process modeling, task management, client APIs, integration and customization etc.

About jBPM Technology
 JBPM is a flexible Business Process Management (BPM) Suite. It makes the bridge between business analysts and developers. Traditional BPM engines have a focus that is limited to non-technical people only. JBPM has a dual focus; it offers process management features in a way that both business users and developers like it.

What does jBPM do

JBPM TrainingIt allows you to model your business goals by describing the steps that need to be executed to achieve that goal and the order using a flow chart. This greatly improves the visibility and agility of your business logic, results in higher-level and domain-specific representations, which can be understood by business users, and is easier to monitor. JBPM is a sophisticated state machine. It delivers the capability to develop new workflow, business processes. It executes long running processes that can be visualized graphically. It can run in any Java environment, embedded in an application or as a service. It allows modeling, executing and monitoring business processes throughout their life cycle.

Core components of JBPM
  •     A. Process engine
  •     B. History log
  •     C. Human task service
  •     D. Guvnor repository
  •     E. jBPM console

Editors Supported for jBPM
Two types of graphical editors are supported for defining business processes:
  1. 1. Eclipse plug-in, which allows creating business processes using drag and drop, advanced debugging, etc.
  2. 2. Web-based designer, which allows business users to manage business processes in a web-based environment

    Online JBPM Training
What you will learn in training -
  • *  JBPM configuration
  • *  Core engine API
  • *  Creating a process using the graphical BPMN2 Editor
  • *  Defining Processes using the Process API
  • *  Events, Activities
  • *  Different types of gateway to handle flow of business process
  • *  Registering your own service handlers
  • *  Linking human task service to jBPM engine
  • *  Interacting with the human task service
  • *  Full create, review and approval workflow
  • *  Domain specific processes
  • *  JPA persistence method - It enables you to choose any database and persistence schema to store the processes variables and history log
 At Attune University, we are providing more training options like Self-Paced or full on-site training by our expert. After jBPM training, you will get expertise on business process management. Also, you can schedule training as per your requirement and convenient time. Register now and confirm your training schedule.

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