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JBoss Enterprise BRMS Implementation (JB433VT)
Create, test, and manage business rules in an enterprise environment
JBoss® Enterprise Business Rules Management System (BRMS) is an open source business rules management system that enables easy business policy and rules development, access, and change management. The JBoss Enterprise BRMS Implementation Virtual (JB433VT) course is designed for developers who are implementing a BRMS solution in an enterprise environment. Concentrating on business rules development, developers learn how to author, test, debug, and control business rules in a production environment. In addition, they will generate rules packages and learn how the BRMS runtime environment executes rules. The principles in this course apply equally to customers implementing a standalone BRMS solution.
The key topics covered in this course include
- Authoring business rules in JBoss Developer Studio and Guvnor.
- Authoring and testing business rules.
- Authoring rule templates and generating rules from them.
- JBoss Enterprise BRMS architecture and rule execution at runtime.
- Controlling rule execution and preventing conflicts.
- Packaging, debugging, and deploying business rules.
Key topics covered in this course:
Authoring business rules in JBoss Developer Studio and Guvnor
Authoring and testing business rules
Authoring rule templates and generating rules from them
BRMS architecture and rule execution at runtime
Controlling rule execution and preventing conflicts
Packaging, debugging, and deploying business rules
Training units: 8
Business analysts and enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA) architects who are responsible for creating and adapting business policies
Rules authors responsible for authoring and testing rules
Java™ EE application developers responsible for integrating business rules into SOA and Java EE enterprise applications
Basic Java EE programming experience
Business rule development experience is not required
Red Hat offers a complete 6-month schedule for all our classroom training in locations across North America. This, combined with our high-quality classroom experience and instructors' expertise, helps ensure individuals and companies alike will achieve their training goals.
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