Taste of Training: JBoss Enterprise BRMS

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These hour-long demonstrations are delivered by members of the Red Hat Curriculum Team and provide practical knowledge and real-world examples.

In this webinar, the Guvnor Web interface is used to create basic business rules. Rules are created using the Guvnor guided rule editor and the technical rule editor. This webinar is designed to demonstrate the ease with which business analysts and rule developers can create rules using Guvnor – a rich set of Web-based tools that allow users to create and manage business rules for the JBoss Enterprise Business Rules Management System. This webinar is based on content from our JBoss Enterprise Business Rules Management System Implementation (JB433) course.

In this webinar, attendees will learn:

  • How to generate basic business rules using the Guvnor guided rule editor and technical rule editor
  • How to create a rule category
  • How to import a fact model as a .jar file
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Date: November 9, 2011

Time:
  • Available on-demand
Length: 1:00
Language: English
Audience: Technical

Speaker(s):

Jeffrey Slone Curriculum Manager, Red Hat

About Jeffrey Slone: Jeffrey Slone joined Red Hat in 2010 as a Curriculum Manager for JBoss. Mr. Slone was previously a courseware developer and technical instructor at IBM for 14 years. He is currently developing courseware on the JBoss SOA platform products. A musician and collector, he currently lives in GA.

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