for organizations seeking to harness a formal notation for specifying their
business processes using the Enterprise Architect modeling tool
The Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) course teaches participants how to leverage this standard graphical language for specifying (business) process models. A formal BPMN process model mitigates the ambiguity often associated with narrative specifications, and provides the source from which, optionally, executable BPEL specifications can be generated.
Enterprise Architect supports version 1.1. of the BPMN specification. For additional information on BPMN, please vsit the official OMG website.
Why Choose This Course?
Are Visio flowcharts not cutting it for your projects? Are you seeking a formal way to describe your business processes? This course is designed for organizations looking for a language to unambigously specify every aspect of their business (or other) processes, including events, messages, participants, rules, etc.
Applicable scenarios include:
- Documenting inter and intra-enterprise processes
- Defining process models realized by SOA services
- Aligning the technology and business architectures
Who Should Attend?
The two-day course caters to business modelers, enterprise architects, and business & systems analysts. This course is for any process modeler who is looking to work with a formal, standard, versatile, and up-to-date business process notation.
What You Will Learn?
- The complete notation
- Many example models
- Workflow patterns
- Hands-on exercises
- Tool tips & best practices
- EA configuration features
This course helps participants respond to the growing demands for business process models which can not only reside in the same metadata repository as other software development artifacts, but also be formally traced to these artifacts.
Furthermore, BPMN diagrams modeled with sufficient detail and precision can be used to automatically generate BPEL (Business Process Execution Language) or other process execution technologies.