The Oracle Business Process Management learning paths provide specific course sequences that teach students how to use tools for end-to-end business process modeling and analysis. Successful completion of these curriculum paths enables designers, business analysts, system administrators, developers, and architects to use Oracle BPM to simplify the implementation and execution of business processes and work with real-time and historical process data.
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Oracle Business Process Management 10g
System administrators are responsible for installing, configuring, running, and maintaining BPM. The curriculum recommended for this path provides the knowledge and skills that a system administrator needs to install, configure, and maintain Oracle BPM.
This SOA Suite 11g training introduces you to fundamental information and technical understanding of SOA concepts and Oracle SOA Suite product. Learn how composite applications are built and managed on the Oracle SOA platform.
This Oracle BPM 11g Modeling training gives you hands-on experience using the business-friendly Oracle Business Process Composer tool. Learn to model, simulate, implement, play and deploy business processes.
This SOA Suite 11g training teaches you to design and develop SOA composite applications for application integration with services. Learn to create an SOA Composite application using Jdeveloper, test, debug and troubleshoot and more.
This Oracle BPM 11g: Implement the Process Model training teaches process developers how to implement a process model using BPM Studio. Expert Oracle University instructors teach you how to collaborate with process analysts to model the business process.
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Numerous companies have begun a SOA initiative with the assumption that implementing web services is synonymous with employing a service-oriented architecture. They have gone on to discover various barriers to SOA success and have not seen the returns a successful SOA implementation can provide. These companies lacked an understanding of SOA adoption and architecture fundamentals. This course presents those fundamentals with an Enterprise Architect's view of Oracle's SOA Enterprise Technology strategy, to equip the student with skills for handling both business and IT concerns throughout the entire SOA life cycle, from both the program and the project perspectives.