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試験科目:「IBM Endpoint Manager V9.0 Fundamentals」



問題と解答:全94問 C2150-508 試験解説問題

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試験科目:「IBM Business Process Management Express or Standard Edition V8.5.5, BPM Application Development」



問題と解答:全60問 C9550-412 日本語版

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Test C9550-412: IBM Business Process Management Express or Standard Edition V8.5.5, BPM Application Development
Test preparation
Sample / Assessment Test
Test information:
Number of questions: 60
Time allowed in minutes: 120
Required passing score: 63%
Languages: English, Japanese

Related certifications:
IBM Certified BPM Application Developer - Business Process Manager Express or Standard Edition V8.5.5

The test consists of eight sections containing a total of approximately 60 multiple-choice questions. The percentages after each section title reflect the approximate distribution of the total question set across the sections.
Section 1 - BPM Methodology (7%)

Outline the timeline and key objectives for each iteration and playback of the IBM BPM methodology.

Identify the roles and responsibilities for each of the project team members of the IBM BPM playback methodology.

Illustrate what development steps are needed to perform each playback phase using IBM Business Process Manager.

Section 2 - IBM Business Process Manager Architecture (12%)

Describe the differences between the Express, Standard and Advanced editions of IBM Business Process Manager.

Explain the BPM architecture and components.

Build applications using the appropriate mix of BPM application components (Process Apps, BPDs, toolkits, processes, sub-processes, services, etc.).

Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of design decisions on application performance.

Section 3 - Process and Case Modeling (25%)

Construct a Business Process Definition using complex patterns (e.g., loops, sub-processes, ad hoc sub-processes, parallel activities, events).

Construct a Case Type using document types, activities, new and existing services and sub-processes.

Build business objects and variables for use within a business process solution. This includes use of environment and exposed process variables and how data is passed between BPM process application components.

Demonstrate an understanding of the different gateway types and their runtime implications.

Configure task assignments including teams, team retrieval services, team filters and expert teams.

Model escalations within a business process solution.

Outline the implementation and behavior options of ad-hoc activities.

Explain the differences between a structured and an unstructured process.

Section 4 - User Interface Development (17%)

Demonstrate an understanding of the differences between client side human services and heritage human services.

Create Coach Views and Coaches, including JavaScript, Cascading Style Sheets, localization, and boundary events.

Define Coach View configuration and data options.

Call services (such as Ajax and REST) from Coaches and Coach Views.

Customize user interfaces including dashboards, process instance UI, case instance UI, and Process Portal.

Section 5 - Service Development (17%)

Construct incoming and outgoing web service integrations.

Construct Undercover Agents.

Construct content management system integrations.

Construct database integrations.

Construct decision services.

Utilize the IBM BPM APIs.

Construct Ajax services.

Section 6 - Performance Tracking and Reporting (10%)

Implement autoC45:C48g groups, and timing intervals to monitor state and performance.

Retrieve auto-tracked and manually tracked process information from the Performance Data Warehouse.

Create custom dashboards and reports from tracked process data to display process state and performance.

Configure Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Service Level Agreements (SLAs).

Section 7 - Error Handling, Debugging and Troubleshooting (7%)

Design and implement error and exception handling.

Debug processes and services using the appropriate combination of tools, including Process Inspectors, service debugger, Process Admin console, BPM documentation, WebSphere Application Server log files, FFDCs, web browser debugger and console.

Section 8 - Deployment, Governance and Toolkits (7%)

Build and use shared artifacts with toolkits.

Explain the process application deployment procedure, including online/offline deployment, BPM system topology and process instance migration.

To prepare for this test, it is first recommended that you are familiar with the job role description and the parameters this certification is based on, as well as have knowledge of the topics outlined in the test objectives/skills measured on the test.  Compare your own technical level to the test objectives and the recommended training resources, and then determine for yourself how much preparation you require. Note that these educational sources are recommended, but not required (*) before taking a certification test.

Before preparing for the certification test, it is recommended that you measure your current level of skill by taking the Sample Test (located from the "Sample/Assessment test" link above)..

You can prepare for the test through the Tutor Approach (classroom, instructor led course, and other sources) or the Self-Study Approach.  Sources within each approach collectively cover the skills measured on the test.

To prepare via the Tutor Approach, take course [ (WB814 or ZB814) and (WB815 or ZB815) ], and refer to the sources with an * in front of them. Note that per this formula, you are required to take only 2 courses.

To prepare via the Self-Study Approach, omit the courses, and refer to all other sources with and without the * in front.

(*) Notes:
The recommended educational resources listed are not intended to be a substitute for, but should complement, relevant practical experience.
Extensive product knowledge is required to pass the test.
Every effort has been made to make the recommended educational resources as complete and as accurate as possible, but no warranty of fitness is implied. The resources provided are on an as is basis. IBM shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damages arising from course or publication content..
Classroom Course

Course title: Process Implementing with IBM Business Process Manager Standard V8.5.5 - I
Course duration: 5 Days
Course number: WB814G
Please also see alternative option ZB814G (listed under "Online Courses").
This course teaches core process modeling skills. You also learn a project development approach, process model implementation fundamentals, and exceptional delivery patterns. These skills improve the speed and quality of process definition and implementation efforts.
Note: This course fully covers test objectives 1A, 1B, 1C, 2A, 2B, 3D, 3F, 3G, 5C, 5D, 5E, 7A, 8A
This course partially covers test objectives 2C, 2D, 3A, 3C, 3E, 4B, 5B
This course does not cover test objectives 3B, 3H, 4A, 4C, 4D, 4E, 5A, 5F, 5G, 6A, 6B, 6C, 6D, 7B, 8B

Course title: Process Implementing with IBM Business Process Manager Standard V8.5.5 - II
Course duration: 5 Days
Course number: WB815G
Please also see alternative option ZB815G (listed under "Online Courses").
This intermediate course teaches application developers and BPM team members how to use IBM Business Process Manager to design and develop process applications. It is an interactive class with demonstrations and hands-on lab exercises.
Note: This course fully covers test objectives 5A, 6A, 6B, 6C
This course partially covers test objectives 2C, 3A, 3C, 3E, 4B, 4D, 5B, 5F, 6D, 7B
This course does not cover test objectives 1A, 1B, 1C, 2A, 2B, 2D, 3B, 3D, 3F, 3G, 3H, 4A, 4C, 5C, 5D, 5E, 5G, 7A, 8A, 8B
Online course

Course title: Process Implementing with IBM Business Process Manager Standard V8.5.5 - I - SPVC
Course duration: 5 Days
Course number: ZB814G
Abstract: Please see alternative option WB814G.

Course title: Process Implementing with IBM Business Process Manager Standard V8.5.5 - II - SPVC
Course duration: 5 Days
Course number: ZB815G
Abstract: Please see alternative option WB815G.
* Empowering your Ad Hoc Business with IBM Business Process Manager, Chapter 2
Publication number: REDP-4995-00
Scaling BPM Adoption - From Project to Program with IBM Business Process Manager Chapter 3; Page 103; Chapter 5, Pages 170, 172, 180
Publication number: SG24-7973-01
Leveraging the IBM BPM Coach Framework in Your Organization, Pages 50, 52
Publication number: SG24-8210-00
Web Resource
* Starting a new process
* Difference between heritage human services and client-side human services
* Service types
Tips for debugging coach view lifecycle method inside client-side human services
Business Performance Data Warehouse tracking group views
Inspector Reference
* Implementing a case activity
* Transferring and installing the installation package
Handling errors using error events
How variables are passed in Process Designer
Add event gateways
Configuring a Web Service Integration component
* Installing snapshots on offline Process Servers
Providing information about coach views
Enabling work to be postponed and resumed at run time
Building a Decision service
Tracking groups of process variables
Managing tokens using the REST API Client and Process Inspector
Business rule parts and structure
Adding a BAL Rule component to a service
Limitations in working with IBM BPM documents
* Which artifacts should I use?
Creating exposed process values (EPVs)
Tracking IBM Business Process Manager performance data
Associating process variables to a tracking group
Managing and using toolkits
Attaching the undercover agent to the message event
Configuring a BPD activity for multi-instance loops
* Adding an Enterprise Content Management
* Customizing the Process Performance and Team Performance dashboards
* Managing orphaned tokens with a policy file
Modeling event subprocesses
BAL Reference
BPM SQL Integration
* Performing modeling tasks for inbound events
BPM Overview
* Optimizing BPD execution for latency
Using start message events
* Detecting and terminating infinite loops in JavaScript activities
Creating an unstructured (ad hoc) activity
* Adding a case type variable or property
* Heritage human service to client-side human service conversion
Creating localization resource
xample: creating a coach that calls an Ajax service
* Creating user interfaces for a BPD
Managing Orphaned Tokens
Managing snapshots
Assigning teams to BPD activities
* Creating SLA
Web services compatability
* HTTP Methods supported by REST APIs
Exposing business process definitions
Adding a JRules Decision Service component to a service
* Configuration properties and configuration options
Modeling delays, escalations, and timeouts by using timer events
Creating a custom dashboard
* Instance Details UI Service Template
* Subscribing to document and folder events: the end-to-end approach
Subprocess types
Dashboards in Process Portal
Creating a team
* Calling Ajax services from coach views
Localizing Process Applications
Setting up collaboration features for business users
Managing Business Performance Data Warehouses
Creating an inbound web service

Sample Test
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Sample Test for Test C9550-412