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Oracle Business Process Management 12c - Learning Path

Oracle Business Process Management Suite is a natural complement to Oracle SOA Suite that can help you apply SOA to higher-value business opportunities. By implementing Business Process Management, you can enable a more agile, flexible enterprise that can adapt to new business demands and to changes in underlying IT systems. Business Process Management also promotes cooperation between business and technology groups within an organization.

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Path Detail

This Learning Path is designed to provide a curriculum plan that will enable you to successfully perform your role of a Process Developer.

The Essentials course provides you with hands-on experience using Oracle BPM 12c to collaboratively discover and define process models all the way from enterprise maps to value chain models to detailed process flows.

You get equipped with the advanced features such as complex configuration of inter process communication, advanced error handling, development of complex business rules etc when you enroll for the Advanced Implementation course.

Oracle BPM 12c: Essentials Ed 1


This Oracle BPM 12c: Essentials Ed 1 training teaches you how to use Oracle BPM 12c to collaboratively discover and define process models. Explore enterprise maps to value chain models to detailed process flows.


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Oracle SOA Suite 12c: Essential Concepts Ed 1


This Oracle SOA Suite 12c: Essential Concepts Ed 1 training addresss challenges in enterprise integration. Get introduced to Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) concepts and technologies, as well as capabilities of core components of Oracle SOA Suite.


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Oracle BPM 12c: Advanced Implementation Ed 1


As process developers, learn more advanced features of Oracle Business Process Management (OBPM) such as inter-process communication with correlation, advanced error-handling with event subprocesses and utilizing "skip" and "back", and developing natural language business rules.


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