TIBCO BE Training
TIBCO Business Events is a software that handles complex event processing that identifies and react to similar granular events taking place at diverse layers within an enterprise and across the value chain. It supports a wide range of messaging, highly extensible business rules, has high performance and delivers real-time visualization in which complex or larger events have the highest business impact. It helps to create rules grounded on events grouped from different sources such as HTTP connections, TIBCO HAWK Events, JMS Messages, TCP Channels, Rendezvous messages and Changes in TIBCO Active Spaces meta spaces.
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|Course Name||TIBCO BE Online Training|
|Contents||Fundamentals and Challenges of TIBCO BE|
|Duration||30 Hours with Flexible timings|
|Delivery||Instructor Led-Live Online Training|
|Ideal For||Aspiring job seekers in the field of Programming|
|Availability||Regular/Weekend Batches. 24×7 teaching assistance and support.|
What you’ll learn in TIBCO BE Training Course?
- Learning the fundamentals of TIBCO BE such as Ontology design, rule Inferencing, Testing, and deployment.
- Analyzing design dashboards with the relevant components and client’s requirements.
- Understanding the importance of Business optimization solutions.
- Understanding the complete architecture of TIBCO BE.
- Learning the project configuration and deployment and dashboard design.
- Creating, deploying and handling rule-based and intricate event driven processing solutions.
- Gaining Knowledge about collecting information from TIBCO sources.
What are the pre-requisites to learn TIBCO BE Course?
- Basic Knowledge of SQL Commands and Core Java, Familiarity with the Concepts of Object Oriented Programming
MODULE 1: BUSINESS CASE FOR ORDER TRACK AND TRACE
TOPICS: Current Situation Limitations, Current Implementation, Business Objectives, Best Practices, Business Scenarios, High-Level View
MODULE 2: EVENTS AND CHANNELS
TOPICS: Defining Events in Business Events, Events in an Enterprise, Event Channel, Channel Configuration, Using Business Events Studio, Using Global Variables, Event Payloads Vs. Event Properties, Track and Trace Process Flow, Review, Event Configuration
MODULE 3: CONCEPTS AND SCORECARDS
TOPICS: Concept Properties, Data Models Concepts, Concept Relationships, Scorecard, Database Concepts, Generating XML Schemas, Events, and Concepts Compared, Track and Trace Process Flow, Review
MODULE 4: DESIGNING RULES
TOPICS: Types of Events, Events, and Rules, Business events Rule Editor, How Rules Work, Anatomy of a Rule, Rule Language, Rule Conditions, Rule Terms and Aliases, Concept Instantiation, Rule Actions, Mapping Data, Ontology Functions, Functions Registry, Rule Functions, Rule Design Considerations
MODULE 5: CONFIGURING PROJECTS FOR TESTING
TOPICS: Cluster Deployment Descriptor File, Business Events Components, Relating Elements of a CDD, Agent Classes and Processing Units, Building a CDD File, Collections and Log Configurations, BE Engine Object Management, Enabling Channel Destinations, Defining a Debug Configuration, Relating CDD to EAR File, Testing with Debugger
MODULE 6: ANALYZING PROJECTS WITH BE DIAGRAMS
TOPICS: Entity Project Diagrams, Diagram Tools, BE Diagrams
MODULE 7: RULE INFERENCING AND AGENDA
TOPICS: Mapping Messages to Inbound Events, Inbound and Outbound Events, Outbound Events, Creating and Sending BE Events, Explicit Trigger, Rules Triggering Rules, Time Events, Implicit Trigger, Advisory Events, Event Preprocessor, How the Inference Engine Works, Rule Priority, BE Implements Optimized Rate, Forward Chaining, Rule Agenda
MODULE 8: IMPLEMENTING FRAUD DETECTION
TOPICS: Other Fraud Scenarios, Detecting Patterns, Rule Optimization, Designing Rules, Rule Execution, Configuring Rule Ranking
MODULE 9: RULES AS WEB SERVICES
TOPICS: Web Service Options, Rules as Web Services, Top-Down Approach, Adding Channel and Destinations, Bottom-Up Approach, Generate Concrete WSDL Define IN and OUT Events, Implement Reply to SOAP Request, Configure Rule Functions, BE as a Web Service Client
MODULE 10: BUILDING BUSINESS RULES
TOPICS: Decision Manager User Interface, Decision Manager, Adding a Decision Table, Virtual Rule Functions, Calling Virtual Functions, Defining Rules, Conditions, and Actions, Testing Decision Tables, Validating Decision Tables, Decision Table Properties, Table Analyzer
MODULE 11: DATA MANAGEMENT WITH STATE MACHINE
TOPICS: State Machine Definition, State Modeler, State Entry And Exit Actions, State Machine Types, State Timeouts, State Types, State Transition Rules, State Machine Implementation Details, Composite States, State Machine Uses, Concurrent States
MODULE 12: INTRODUCTION TO PATTERN MATCHER
TOPICS: Pattern Matcher Components, Pattern Matcher Features, Pattern Language Grammar, How Pattern Matcher Works, Correlating Events, Temporal/Time -Based Constraints, Time-Based Construct Example, Specifying Event Sequence, Using EPL: an API Overview
MODULE 13: DEPLOYING TO A TIBCO DOMAIN
TOPICS: Deployment Steps, Deployment Options, Pre-Deployment Tasks, TIBCO Administration Domain, Application Deployment in Administrator, Tracing An Engine Instance, Configuring Deployment Details, Standalone Deployment, BEMM Components, Business Events Engine Components, BEMM Features
MODULE 14: OBJECT MANAGEMENT
TOPICS: In Memory Object Management, Object Management, Cache Based Object Management, Scalability Using Multiple Cache Servers, Built-In Cache Provider, Object Storage in Cache Mode, Defining Cache Object Management, Cache + Memory Storage, Cache Only Storage, Backing Store, Memory Only Storage
MODULE 15: INTRODUCTION TO QUERY AGENTS
TOPICS: Introducing Query Agent, Types of Business Events Engines, Types of Queries, Query Language Syntax, Defining a Query, Configuring CDD – Agents, Configuring CDD, Working with Result Sets, Running Query Agents, Engine Discovery, Feature Comparison, BQL Tool
MODULE 16: MISCELLANEOUS
TOPICS: Working with Distributed Cache, BE Monitoring and Management, Introduction to Active Spaces, Using TIBCO Hawk, Performance Monitoring
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