This is a combo training course that includes an in-depth study of JBPM and Drools, along with the detailed study of Service-oriented Architecture. It includes JBPM external integration, Drools architecture and programming, SOA implementation, study of ESB, Mule ESB and integrating Mule ESB with JBPM.
Introduction to JBPM, an overview of Java Business Process Management, the important concepts and its working, understanding the Drools Rule Engine, processing of a Rule, community projects Vs enterprise projects, integration with Eclipse, working with the JBPM console, the various JBPM components, understanding of Knowledge API, Base API, Runtime manager, Remote API, Sample code.
The JBPM Installer, configuration, getting started and Eclipse Editor Integration.
Introduction to Business Process Management and Notation(BPMN 2.0), overview of BPMN 2.0, specifications, the various elements, Flow element, events and events sub types, the various Flow elements – Tasks, Activities, Gateways, Boundary Events, two kinds of connecting objects – Message Flows and Sequence Flows, working with Data elements, Swim lanes and artifacts, Workbench- Process designer sections, the various properties – Task, Process, Human Interaction, the task service API and sample project creation.
Understanding JBPM external integration, workbench integration, Architecture of Integration, Git Repositories, Eclipse, working with Maven Plugin connector setup, sample process creation, Remote API factory, authoring, managing the process and tasks, deployment, Kie and Login servlet.
Learning about exception handling, creating new projects, eclipse, sub-process, looping and time event.
Understanding the Drools business logic integration platform, production rule systems, rule-based engines, differentiating between Java method and Rule, implementing Rule into Business Process, the Rule Flow graph, Eclipse setup, sample projects and business processes using Drools,
Understanding the concept of Binary Persistence in JBPM, saving process as a binary dataset, the JBPM database model and persistence entities, introduction to JBPM Transaction Dependencies, the persistence API, Kie Sessions.
Learning about Drools programming, traditional v/s declarative programming, the benefits and drawbacks of Drools, deploying the Rule Engine, Kie and Stateless sessions, claim validation example, stateful session with example, Batch Executor, Cross products and License example.
Understanding the concept of Work Item – a unit of work in an abstract, high-level manner, the work items in JBPM, handling out of the box work item, examples of service task, configuring and executing work items, customization and examples.
Understanding the Agenda Rule Set for executing control, matching rules and control, resolution of control conflict resolution, working with the Decision Table and conditions for using it, the Rule Set and Rule Table attributes.
Working with Workbench for web authoring and rules management, the Guided Rule, Guided Decision Table and Spreadsheet, Drool Functions, Type Declaration, Data computation.
Understanding the Domain Specific Language, benefits of working with DSL, DSL mapping, creation of DSLR file, addition of constraints, working on new Drools project, Knowledge Builder, backward chaining, monitoring business activities, defining queries, deploying the Dashboard framework.
Creation of Persistence File, working with BMT Transaction Manager, Java Persistence API strategy for reading and writing files, understanding the Work Item, Custom Work Node creation, Claims Details Display, Remote JAVA APIREST, Pages, Claims-Sam Process, Remote API Factory, Kie Service Handler.
History of SOA, Significance of SOA, Benefits of using SOA, SOA Conventions
Overview of ESB, Role of ESB as a Middleware, Benefits of ESB, Implementing SOA with ESB
What is Mule ESB?, What is JBoss ESB?
General Review of Mule, Understanding the concepts, Learning various Services and Mule API, Installing Mule, How does Message Processing work?, What are Connectors?, Defining Data Transformations, Routing in Mule, Different Mule Patterns, Working of Mule as an Integration Platform, Java Web Services – SOAP & Restful
Orchestrating Mule Service, Using MQ connectors to understand Flows, What is Active MQ Integration?
Core concepts of Integrating ESB and BPM, ESB vs. BPM platforms, Benefits of Integration
Explaining Service Oriented Front End Architecture (SOFEA), Describing Application Architecture Design, What are UI agnostic Services?
Project 1 – JBPM web app
Project 2 – JBPM-Persistence
Project 3 – JBPM-domainspecificnode
Project 4 – DecisionTable : Decision Table, Parts Of Decision Table, Creation of Test Tax Rule
Project – Service Orientation & Components
Problem Statement – It describes that how to use components in mule. It also includes:
Topics: Service Orientation principles, Lifecycle of Components, Mule ESB & JBPM Integration
This Intellipaat training will give you hands-on experience in mastering JBPM and Drools, along with Service-oriented Architecture. You will learn about the JBPM external integration, the architecture of Drools, implementing SOA and Mule ESB and integrating Mule ESB with JBPM. This entire course content is in line with the requirements of clearing the Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Business Rules exam.
You will be working on real-time JBPM, Drools and SOA projects and step-by-step assignments that have high relevance in the corporate world, and the course curriculum is designed by industry experts. Upon the completion of the training course, you can apply for some of the best jobs in top MNCs around the world at top salaries. Intellipaat offers lifetime access to videos, course materials, 24/7 support and course material upgrading to the latest version at no extra fee. Hence, it is clearly a one-time investment.
The Intellipaat JBPM, Drools and SOA certification training will provide you complete proficiency to clear the Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Business Rules exam. The entire course content is in accordance with the requirements of this certification.
This Intellipaat training will give you ample opportunities to work on industry-designed real-world projects and case studies. All this will help you fast-track your career with hands-on experience in the domain.
At the end of the course, there will be a quiz and project assignments. Once you complete them, you will be awarded with Intellipaat Course Completion Certificate. Leading MNCs like Cisco, Standard Chartered, Sony, Ericsson, TCS and others acknowledge this Intellipaat certification.
You will get Lifetime access to high quality interactive tutorials along with life time access to complete Course Material .There will be 24/7 access to video tutorials with email support. If you stuck in any unexpected problem we will provide online interactive sessions with trainer for issue resolving.
We provide 24X7 support by email for issues or doubts clearance for Self-paced training.
In online Instructor led training, trainer will be available to help you out with your queries regarding the course. If required, the support team can also provide you live support by accessing your machine remotely. This ensures that all your doubts and problems faced during labs and project work are clarified round the clock.
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