- The test assumes a general understanding of Java, XML, SOAP/REST services and internet technologies, as well as specialized knowledge of BPM/BAM development.
- 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.
- No course completion is required to sit for this exam, but prospective examinees are strongly recommended to have completed the courses mentioned in the last section of this document.
- For topics covered in the test, please review the webMethods Product Suite 10.1 product- and task-related documentation available online at http://empower.softwareag.com/.
- Software AG offers a variety of training courses and workshops delivered by local Software AG offices around the wold. Recommended training courses for this test are:
- 611-7x webMethods Integration Workshop
- 622-7x webMethods BPM for Developers
- 642-7x webMehtods 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 (MT)
- Integration Server and Massaging: Supplementing IS services, important packages, publishing documents (Subscription, JMS, EDA),
BPM implementation layer, Process Engine administration
- My webMethods Server and Business Console: Business Console and My webMethods for processes and User monitorin, 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
- 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