PI cross component Business process Management (ccBPM)

BIT430 3 days

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PI cross component Business process Management (ccBPM)

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Goals

  • Understand the concepts of Business Process Management
  • Understand the logic of cross-component Business Process Management
  • Use SAP NetWeaver PI to implement cross-component processes in your system Landscape
  • Describe the components of Business Process Management
  • Use the process editor to implement ccBPM processes
  • Test ccBPM processes
  • Monitor ccBPM processes
  • Understand the Principal Propagation

Audience

  • Project managers in the area of Business Process Management
  • Technical Project Managers
  • Project team members, assigned to integration topics
  • Technology Consultants
  • System architecture managers who are responsible for integration issues
  • Consultants in the area of Business Process Management
  • Anyone who is interested in Business Process Management in SAP NetWeaver
  • Customers who want to implement cross-component processes
  • Support Consultants
  • Super User / Key Power User

Prerequisites

Essential

  • Basic knowledge of SAP NetWeaver
  • BIT400 (SAP NetWeaver Process Integration)
  • Good knowledge of the configuration of the SAP Process Integration Infrastructure

Recommended

  • SAPTEC Fundamentals of SAP Web AS
  • Basic knowledge of integration technologies
  • Knowledge of SAP Business Workflow

Content

  • Position of ccBPM in SAP Portfolio
  • Design of Integration Processes
  • Development of Integration Processes
  • Operations of Integration Processes
  • Optimization of Integration Processes
  • The Principal Propagation

Notes

  • This course is not an introductory course. The content of this course is based on the content of the trainings BIT100 and BIT400. It requires a basic knowledge of integration technology in SAP NetWeaver.

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