Oracle Expert Seminar

Introduction into ADF & BPM
with Markus Grünewald

26-27 February 2014
09:00 AM - 01:00 PM CET

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About the trainer:
Markus Grünewald

Markus Grunewald

Markus Grünewald has over 14 years of technical expertise working with Oracle systems. He has particularly specialized in EAI and SOA during recent years and is now working intensely with the Oracle BPM 11g Suite.



The Introduction to the Application Development Framework (ADF) and Business Process Management (BPM) Seminar is two half-day sessions which set an ideal starting point for an implementer who is planning to learn Oracle BPM Suite 11g and implement it.

This seminar provides an introduction to the BPM fundamentals and the key concepts, features and processes used to be successful with the BPM 11g design and runtime. The seminar provide students an overview of Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g.

Do not miss this unique opportunity to see how BPM 11g and ADF are used in real projects!

Why should you attend this seminar:

  • You will see how BPM 11g and ADF are used in real projects
  • You will learn the basic concepts behind the ADF/BPM solution
  • You will gain knowledge to facilitate necessary decisions when using BPM in conjunction with ADF in any customer projects

Course topics:

  • ADF Business Components
  • ADF Faces and Data Visualization Tools
  • Event Delivery Network (EDN)
  • ADF Taskflow
  • ADF for BPM
  • BPM Implementation, Data-mapping and Workspace
  • More course topics
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