Topic outline

  • General

    Objectives:

    The test assumes a general understanding of Java, XML, Web services and internet technologies, as well as specialized knowledge of BPM/BAM development. This test is designed to check for skills of how to implement, execute, and monitor technical business processes by using webMethods BPMS in an organization.

    Attendees:

    Experienced webMethods BPM user

    Duration:

    180 minutes

    Available languages:

    course book: English
    course delivery: English

    Prerequisite:

    • Successful completion of the webMethods Certified BPM Developer test requires a solid knowledge in using webMethods BPMS as can be acquired through Software AG training courses plus practical experience.
    • While the suggested resources can assist you in preparing for the test, it is imperative that you have hands-on experience developing and/or maintaining BPM projects since this is a practice-oriented test.
    • Product Documentation: For topics covered in the test, please review the webMethods Product Suite product- and task-related documentation available online at https://empower.softwareag.com.
    • No course completion is required to sit for this exam, but prospective examinees are strongly recommended to have completed the courses: 'webMethods Integration Workshop', 'webMethods BPM for Developers' and 'webMethods Business Process Analytics and Optimization'

    Content:

    Individuals who successfully complete the webMethods Certified BPM Developer test will have demonstrated knowledge and skills associated with the following subject areas:

    • General webMethods and BPM topics: architecture, suite and ARIS interoperability, setup, etc.
    • Common Software AG Designer: perspectives, views, editors, etc.
    • BPM Processes: development, supported BPMN notation and syntax, process execution, debugging, build & upload, process logging, versioning, import/export, data mapping, etc.
    • BPM User Tasks: user task development, usage of the task editor, MWS deployment, user task execution and monitoring, user task type administration, Mobile Task Integration (MTI)
    • Integration Server and Messaging: supplementing IS services, important packages, publishing documents (Subscription, JMS, EDA), BPM implementation layer, Process Engine administration
    • My webMethods Server: MWS Monitor for processes and User Tasks, Task Engine administration, server environments, etc.
    • Metadata: handling of local metadata, shared process and task metadata, CentraSite Active interoperability
    • webMethods Business Rules: simple business rules, rule deployment, rules management console in My webMethods
    • Blaze Rules: simple business rules, rule deployment, rules maintenance applications in My webMethods
    • Process Simulation: creating and running simulations, simulation resources, embedded optimization
    • Business Process Monitoring using webMethods Optimize for Process and Closed Loop Analytics (CLA): optimize components and startup, events, KPIs and dimensions, rules and alerts, process monitoring and improvement, prediction

    • North America

      • APAC

        • EMEA