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Fast Lane Deutschland

Process Modeling with IBM Business Process Manager Standard V8


Length: 2.0 Days
Course code: WB801G
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Instructor Led Online

Price: 1700 EUR
This training is available on request.
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Updated versions of this course are available. For more information, click:

  • Process Modeling with IBM Business Process Manager Standard V8.5.5 (WB813G)
  • Process Modeling with IBM Business Process Manager Standard V8.5 (WB807G)

This course is also available as self-paced virtual (e-learning) course Process Modeling with IBM Business Process Manager Standard V8 (ZB801G). This option does not require any travel.

This course integrates business process management (BPM) methodology training with IBM Business Process Manager training.

IBM Business Process Manager is a comprehensive BPM platform that can provide you with the visibility and insight that you need to effectively manage the business processes of your organization.

In this course, you will learn about the core process modeling skills, project development methodology, and delivery good practice patterns that can improve the speed and quality of process definition and implementation efforts. You will use the IBM Process Designer component of IBM Business Process Manager to create a business process definition (BPD) from business requirements that are identified during process analysis. The course begins with an overview of business process management (BPM) and process modeling. You will learn how to make team collaboration more efficient by enabling all team members to use standard process model elements and notation, which makes expressing and interpreting business requirements consistent throughout the BPM lifecycle.

You will also learn how to build an agile and flexible shared process model that key business stakeholders understand and developers can implement, and that can be adjusted to accommodate process changes. In addition, you will learn how to work within the parameters of the BPM lifecycle methodology to maximize the function of IBM Business Process Manager and project development good practices.

This course uses an interactive learning environment. Through hands-on demonstrations and exercises, you will gain direct experience with BPM tasks and skills. The course is collaborative, and you can work in teams to complete class activities.

The lab environment for this course uses the Windows platform.

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This basic course is designed for any BPM project team member who is responsible for directing, developing, or designing process models. These roles include process owners, BPM analysts, BPM authors, BPM developers, BPM administrators, and BPM project managers.


There are no prerequisites for this course.


  • Describe why process modeling is an important phase in the BPM lifecycle methodology
  • Explain how to create a process application with IBM Business Process Manager
  • List and identify the core elements that are used to create a business process definition (BPD) in IBM Process Designer
  • Translate workflow steps into business process activities and nested processes
  • Control the process flow with gateways
  • Identify how intermediate events are used during the execution of a business process
  • Validate that the process model meets playback 0 goals and requirements


  • Course introduction
  • Introduction to business process management
  • Introduction to IBM Business Process Manager and Blueworks Live
  • Exercise: Creating a process application
  • Creating a process model
  • Exercise: Creating a business process definition
  • Exercise: Modeling participants
  • Exercise: Modeling task-type activities
  • Exercise: Creating nested processes and decomposing the business process workflow
  • Defining process flow
  • Exercise: Modeling gateways in a BPD
  • Exercise: Modeling timer intermediate events
  • Validating the process model with playback 0
  • Exercise: Validating the process model
  • Course summary