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Intalio BPMS E-learning Course (for Asia-Pacific countries only)

Submitted by intalio on Mon, 2012-03-26 17:32

Intalio|BPMS is the world's most widely deployed Business Process Management System (BPMS).

Designed around the open source Eclipse BPMN Modeler, Apache ODE BPEL engine, and BPEL4PEOPLE WS-Human Task service developed by Intalio, it can support any processes, small or large.

This e-learning course is designed to jumpstart participants in designing and executing business processes using Intalio|BPMS. Containing over 2-days of content, the course will teach you the basic concepts you need to design executable business processes using Intalio|BPMS. Below is a snapshot of what this course will cover:

  • Installation of the Intalio|Designer and Intalio|Server components
  • First steps to process design and execution
  • Principles of web service orchestration and data management
  • Designing and executing processes that involve human interaction
  • Application of basic process logic and decision making

The lessons in this course start with voice-over presentations. This is followed by hands-on exercises with step-by-step instructions. There is a summary at the end of each lesson to reinforce the key learning points.

This course completes with a multiple-choice exam to certify you for the Intalio|BPMS Community Edition.


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Intalio delivers private cloud computing solutions that can be deployed on demand or on premises.
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