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Tibco activematrix bpm administration online training and support

  1. 1. TIBCO Activematrix BPM - Administration Unit 1: TIBCO ActiveMatrix BPM • Process Models with TIBCO ActiveMatrix BPM • ActiveMatrix BPM Design and Deployment • TIBCO Business Studio: Model-Driven Development • Runtime: TIBCO ActiveMatrix Administrator • ActiveMatrix BPM User Clients • Analysis with ActiveMatrix BPM Spotfire • TIBCO ActiveMatrix BPM: Big Picture View • ActiveMatrix BPM Installation Details Lab A Install ActiveMatrix BPM Lab A - Exercise 1: Install Pre-requisite Software Lab A - Exercise 2: Install ActiveMatrix BPM Unit 2: ActiveMatrix BPM Runtime Configuration • Topics • Objectives • Installation and Configuration Directories • Relating the Two Directories • Runtime Configuration Overview
  2. 2. • Relating the Environments • System Environment Requirements • BPM Environment Requirements • The Role of TIBCO Host • Communication and Startup Details • Defining a New Configuration • Registering a Third-Party Driver • Environment Configuration Options • Creating a BPM Configuration • Starting and Stopping TIBCO ActiveMatrix BPM • Configuration Summary Lab Overview Lab B Create BPM Server Lab B - Exercise 1: Configure EMS to use Host Name Alias Lab B - Exercise 2: Create BPM Server Unit 3: Administration Overview • Topics • Objectives • Environments • Administrator - Functional Areas
  3. 3. • Node Management • System Environment Explained • BPM Environment Details • Application Management • Viewing Application Details • Logical View • Physical View • External Communication and Security • Resource Templates • Defining Resource Instances • Resource Template vs. Instance Lab Overview Lab C Create Resource Templates Lab C - Exercise 1: Create Resource Templates and Resource Instances Unit 4: Configuring LDAP for BPM • Organization Models and LDAP • LDAP Samples for BPM • Default LDAP Settings • Modifying Default Settings • LDAP Connection Resource Template
  4. 4. • Defining LDAP Connection • LDAP Authentication Resource Template • Creating LDAP Authentication Application • Application Distribution and Deployment • Mapping Users to Organization Model Lab Overview Lab D Configure LDAP for ActiveMatrix BPM Lab D - Exercise 1: Configure Apache Directory Server Lab D - Exercise 2: Configure LDAP Connection Lab D - Exercise 3: Configure LDAP Authentication Unit 5: Deploying BPM Applications • ActiveMatrix BPM Deployment • Port Details for Deployment • BPM Deployment Details • Direct Deployment • Direct Deployment Logic • Examining a Deployed Application • Application Upgrade • Process Instance Migration • Customized Deployment
  5. 5. • Deploying Organization Models • Deploying Process Models Lab Overview Lab E Deploy Distributed Application Archive Lab E - Exercise 1: Install TIBCO Business Studio 3.5.3 Lab E - Exercise 2: Generate DAA Files Lab E - Exercise 3: Deploy DAA Files Lab E - Exercise 4: Verify Application Deployment Unit 6: Scripted Deployment • Topics • Objectives • Why Scripted Deployment • Command Line Interface • Ant Basics: Data and Build File • Build File Details • Data File Contents • Scripted Deployment • Script Generation • Examining Generated Script Files • Executing Script
  6. 6. • Sample CLI Script Files • Substitution Variables • Setting Substitution Variable Values • Scope of Substitution Variables Lab Overview Lab F Deploy Application using Ant Script Lab F - Exercise 1: Generate Deployment Script Lab F - Exercise 2: Execute Ant Script to Deploy BPM Application Lab F - Exercise 3: Test Application (Optional) Unit 7: Integration with SOA Services • The Role of an Enterprise • Adding New Nodes • SOA Services in a Node • Design Time: SOA Service in BPM Process • Run Time: SOA Service from BPM Process • UDDI and Service Lifecycle Management • Service Inquiry and Publishing • Lifecycle Management • Mediation Loggers Lab Overview
  7. 7. Lab G Create Node and Configure SOA Application Lab G - Exercise 1: Create ActiveMatrix Node and Deploy Mediation Software Lab G - Exercise 2: Deploy Exchange Rate Web Service Lab G - Exercise 3: Modify BPM Process to Call Web Service and Redeploy Lab G - Exercise 4: Test Deployed BPM and SOA Applications Unit 8: ActiveMatrix BPM Authentication • Default Users During Environment Creation • LDAP Option During Environment Creation • Changing LDAP Password • Updating LDAP Settings • Administrator Server: Database and Authentication • Administrator Server: Using LDAP Authentication • Post Install: Changing Passwords • BPM Database Setup • Changing BPM Database Password • EMS Authentication Lab Overview Lab H Configure BPM Authentication Lab H - Exercise 1: Configure Different LDAP for Admin User Lab H - Exercise 2: Use a Different LDAP Resource for Admin User
  8. 8. Lab H - Exercise 3: Change EMS Password Unit 9: Scripted Configuration • Recap: Using Ant with ActiveMatrix BPM • Sample Ant Scripts • Configure Resource Template Build File • Configure Resource Template Data File • Configure Resource Instance Build File • Configure Resource Instance Data File Lab Overview Lab I Create Resource Templates and Resource Instances using Ant Lab I - Exercise 1: Create and Configure Ant Files Lab I - Exercise 2: Execute Ant Scripts to Create Resource Templates and Instances Unit 10: Configuring Hawk with ActiveMatrix BPM • Hawk: Monitoring and Management • TIBCO Hawk Features • Hawk Components • Rules and Rulebases • TIBCO Hawk Display • Hawk Display - Rulebases • Hawk Display - Alerts
  9. 9. • Hawk Capabilities for ActiveMatrix • Hawk Monitoring Architecture of ActiveMatrix • ActiveMatrix Host and Service Microagents • Enabling Hawk for ActiveMatrix Lab Overview Lab J Configure Hawk to Monitor ActiveMatrix BPM Lab J - Exercise 1: Obfuscate EMS Admin Password Lab J - Exercise 2: Configure Hawk for TIBCO EMS Server Lab J - Exercise 3: Deploy Monitoring Application for the BPM Node Lab J - Exercise 4: Configure Hawk Agent and Enable Hawk Microagents Lab J - Exercise 5: Use Hawk Microagents for Monitoring ActiveMatrix Environment Unit 11: Troubleshooting ActiveMatrix BPM • Troubleshooting Infrastructure • Logging Levels • ActiveMatrix BPM Loggers • BPM Logging Options • Creating a Logging Appender • Application Level Logging Options
  10. 10. • Event Views • Error Event Views • Openspace Logger Gadget • Audit Trail • Application Level Logging • Service Task Errors • Review Lab Overview Lab K Troubleshoot Deployed Applications Lab K - Exercise 1: Deploy DAA Lab K - Exercise 2: Start Process 1 and Troubleshoot Lab K - Exercise 3: Start Process 2 and Troubleshoot Lab K - Exercise 4: Start Process 3 and Troubleshoot Unit 12: Email Push Notification • Email Push Notification • Enabling Push Notification for BPM • Configure SMTP Host for Push Notification • Post Install: Modify SMTP Host • Enabling Email For Your Process • Configuring Presentation Channels
  11. 11. • Email Presentation Channel Attributes • Configure Email Addresses • Configure WCC Application • Implementing Email Push Notification • Review Lab Overview Lab L Configure BPM Server for Email Push Lab L - Exercise 1: Configure WCC URL for Email Push Lab L - Exercise 2: Configure SMTP Host Name Lab L - Exercise 3: Configure Expense Claim Project for Email Push and Redeploy Lab L - Exercise 4: Configure Email Address for User and Test Email Push Unit 13: Distributed and HA-FT Configurations • Enterprise and Environments • System Architecture Considerations • Overview: TIBCO ActiveMatrix BPM Architecture • ActiveMatrix BPM Distributed Configuration • Logical Nodes and Services • Default Ports Used By Components • Fault Tolerant vs. Distributed • HA-FT Configuration Options
  12. 12. • Creating a Distributed Configuration • Distributing Applications and Resource Instances • Application Distribution: Considerations Lab Overview Lab M Create Distributed Configuration Lab M - Exercise 1: Configure Hosts File and Open Firewall Ports Lab M - Exercise 2: Change HTTP Connector Port Lab M - Exercise 3: Create TIBCO Host for userYY on userXX Machine Lab M - Exercise 4: Configure BPM Server Node Type on HostXX

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