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Oracle Business Activity Monitoring 12.2.1 Training Online

Oracle Business Activity Monitoring 12.2.1 Training Online

In this course, you learn how to design and monitor business measures using IBM Business Monitor while also learning business process management (BPM) techniques and skills.



Oracle BAM 12c has the ability to combine incoming data with previously received data from the database in a very efficient manner to produce real-time streaming dashboards to improve the operations of the organization from either a business or IT perspective. Dashboards are created using a web-based user interface without any coding. Tactical dashboards can be developed that allow the end-user to perform a deeper analysis on their own by allowing them to configure their own parameters which drives the behavior of the dashboard. Users can also drill over time and non-time hierarchies all the way down to the raw data.

Prerequisites

  • You should have a fundamental understanding of service-oriented architecture and related WebSphere products, which can be gained either through experience or by successfully completing the following courses:
  1. Getting Started with SOA (WS007G)
  2. Using IBM WebSphere V7 Products for Business Process Management (WB771G or ZB771G) (no longer available)
Course topics

  • Course introduction
  • IBM Business Monitor overview
  • Exercise: Exploring IBM Business Monitor
  • Monitoring the business environment
  • Monitoring business processes using IBM Business Monitor dashboards
  • Exercise: Building dashboards in IBM Business Monitor



 ArcGIS Training Courses

ArcGIS Training Courses

ArcGIS Training Courses


ArcGIS Training Course Outline: Foundation

Module-1
• Database and GIS theory
• Map projections
• Working with British National Grid
• Starting ArcMap and ArcCatalog
• Opening map documents
• Setting map document properties and options
• ArcGIS feature classes and layer files
• Data view and layout view
• Moving around a map and making measurements
• Making use of graphic elements
• Adding spatial data to an existing feature class
• Adding text attributes to an existing feature
• Modifying an existing feature class
• Creating a new feature class
• Labelling
• Other editing skills
• Managing GIS data
• Saving map documents
Module-2
• Recap on day 1
• Making selections
• Using attribute tables
• Complex graphic objects – merge, split and intersecting of features
• Labelling and annotation
• Selecting objects using Attributes (SQL)
• Field calculations
• Hyperlinks
• Creating buffers
• Importing data from other applications
• Creating thematic maps saving and applying symbology
• Creating a map template and printing a site plan
• Georeferencing raster images
• Creating ‘user friendly’ map documents
• Creating effective maps
• Any outstanding questions



ArcGIS Training Course Outline: Intermediate

• Fixing Invalid Data Sources
• Saving Relative Path Names
• Advanced geodatabase configuration
• Loading Data
• Indexes
• Definition Queries
• Metadata
• Importing symbology
• Creating custom symbols
• Creating and importing style files
• Using graphs and charts as symbols
• Labelling and formatting labels with complex expressions
• Labelling using the Annotation layer
• Label text formatting tags
• Table appearance
• Field visibility, aliases, freezing columns & sort options
• Field statistics
• Creating summary statistics
• Creating data frames
• Switching between data frames
• Advanced layout design
• Viewing tools
• Bookmarks
• Advanced editing tools
• Editing shared geometry
• The ArcToolbox
• Mosaics and raster catalogues
• Simple joins & relates
• ‘Live’ links to databases
• Spatial joins
• Effects tools
• Setting transparency

• Advanced data import & export 

SAP Commodity Risk Management Training in Hyderabad India

SAP Commodity Risk Management

Overview:

SAP Commodity Risk Management


Commodity risk management software from SAP enables companies to identify and quantify exposure to commodity price and foreign-exchange risk and provides steps to mitigate those risks. Robust analytics provide a view into risk positions, calculations of mark to market, and value at risk - helping businesses navigate commodity procurement and sales processes. By creating and updating commodity risk positions in real time, the software monitors and reduces price risks resulting from core business operations with appropriate hedging.

In this course participants will learn about the basic functions and customizing settings of Commodity Risk Management.

Prerequisites

Essential
  • Fundamental knowledge of SAP Treasury and Risk Management (application and customizing) e.g. through FSC010 and FSC110.
Recommended
  • SAP01 SAP Overview
  • AC710 Commodity Procurement and Sales  

Course Content
  • Commodity management overview
  • Logistic to Trading Integration
  • Commodity Pricing Engine
  • Provisional & differential invoice verification
  • Provisional & differential invoicing
  • Invoice Forecast Workbench (IFW) and Pricing & Payment Events (PPE)
ForgeRock Identity and Access Management

ForgeRock Identity and Access Management

The ForgeRock Open IDM ( Identity Management ) and OpenAM ( Access Management) Online Training is  Offering at Ecorp Trainings.

ForgeRock Identity Management

ForgeRock Identity Management, built from the OpenIDM open source project, allows you to manage the complete identity lifecycle of users, devices, and things. From identity to device registration, provisioning, synchronization, reconciliation, and more, your users and customers can move between devices...like magic. Turns out, you don’t have to be a wizard to manage it all.


ForgeRock Access Management

ForgeRock Access Management, built from the OpenAM open source project, bridges the gap.You deploy once, use what you want, and incrementally extend your capability as needed – without jumping through procurement and deployment hoops every time. There really is light at the end of the tunnel.


Course Content:

ForgeRock Access Management Product Overview

Introduction
  • ForgeRock product suite overview
SSO deployment examples
  • Protecting internal applications
  • Controlling access to your web site
  • Integrating with your business partners
Authentication
  • Client authentication
  • Built-in server authentication
  • Custom authentication
Policy
  • Protecting your application assets
  • Overview of policy functionality
Federation
  • Overview of federation technologies
  • Capabilities of federation
  • Integrating services using federation

ForgeRock Identity Management Product Overview (FR-111)


Introduction to ForgeRock platform
  • Describe the ForgeRock platform
  • Describe the platform use cases
Introduction to OpenIDM, use cases, and installation
  • Describe common OpenIDM use cases
  • Describe OpenIDM components and architecture
  • List prerequisites for the installation of OpenIDM
  • Describe the key OpenIDM features
Introduction to OpenICF
  • Describe the components of OpenICF
  • List the supported connectors in OpenICF
  • Describe how to configure a connector (high level)
  • Describe the general connector properties and Object Types
Introduction to the synchronization engine in OpenIDM
  • Describe various synchronization scenarios in OpenIDM
  • Describe how to configure synchronization
Introduction to workflows in OpenIDM
  • Describe the integration of Activiti into OpenIDM
  • Describe basic workflows in OpenIDM
  • Describe the most common BPMN building blocks
  • Describe the Activiti tools