Appian Training Introduction:
Appian margin the market in flexible, delivering comprehensive, BPM innovation and easy-to-use solutions made to measure the needs of governments worldwide and businesses. The Appian Enterprise BPM Suite is a 100 % Web-based solution, real-time analytics, and including integrated knowledge. Appian explains process collaboration between IT and business, allowing all customers to be part of the process of concluding corporate goals.
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Appian BPM Online Ttaining Course Content
TOPIC 1: Overview of Appian
- Introduction to Appian
- Hands-on end-user exercise
- Appian community site
- Overview of designer interface
- Plan a process model
- Create a high-level process diagram
- Create group hierarchy and add members
- Create constants and expression rules
- Create and add objects to an application
- configure process model properties
- Add process variables
- Edit a start form
- Debug a process
- Apply process model security
- Configure a user input task node
- Describe how data flows from node to node
- Monitor an inflight process
- Review process instance security
TOPIC 2: Datasources
- Discuss and configure gateways
- Configure a subprocess node
- Post to news feed: Configure a related action
- Configure additional task settings
- Appian Data Terminology
- Introduction to Complex Data Types
- Java Persistence API Annotations
- Create a Data Store
- Configure Write to Data Store Entity
- Create and use a variety of Query Rules
- Use a Paging Grid on a Form to display query results
- Create a process-backed record type
- Configure a record list view
- Build a process-backed record summary view
- Use the Reports Builder to create reports
- Export and import an application
Overview of Appian BPM Online Training:
- The Appian Business Process Management Suite (BPMS) is built using a multi-tier web application model.
- The client tier includes an entirely web browser-based interface, allowing for easy deployment of the application and portability to a wide array of client machine configurations.
- The middle tier consists of one or more Java Platform Enterprise Edition (JEE) compliant application servers that manage the application control and interface with the back-end engines that manage the data specific to the Appian Suite.
- Appian is an entirely web-based application, unique in the business process management (BPM) industry.
- Users interact with the entire BPMS—including the portal, document management, analytics, Process Modeler, and task completion interfaces—through a web browser.
- Throughout the suite, extensive use of thirdgeneration AJAX is used. This enables the application to provide rich, application-like interfaces without the use of plug-ins or ActiveX controls.
- In addition to web interfaces, users can also interact with Appian through other interfaces, including e-mail, for viewing reports and completing tasks.
- All client communication occurs through standard HTTPS (HyperText Transport Protocol Secure) protocols to the middle tier.
- The middle tier in Appian Training consists of the control logic that drives the interaction with the client and accesses the information and logic stored in our back-end Appian Training engines.
- The middle tier is also responsible for integrating with other applications, external relational databases, and web services.
- The primary component of the middle tier is one or more Java application servers. In a typical production environment, the middle tier also consists of one or more web servers that handle requests from the client, manage static content, and forward dynamic requests to the application server(s).
- In addition, multiple web servers and application servers are recommended for load balancing and failover, to ensure high availability of the application.
- These application and web servers can further be split out across multiple physical machines for redundancy and load balancing.
- In a typical configuration, all client requests would be routed to a single traffic manager that routes requests to each of the running web servers. The web servers then provide static content and pass all dynamic requests directly to the Java application server(s).
- The application server is responsible for requesting information from, and storing information in, the Appian Training engines .
- A connection layer is used within the application server to connect to the Appian Training engines. This connection layer is a library that allows Java applications to connect transparently to the Engines.
- This layer manages the pool of connection and routes requests to the appropriate engine, to ensure high availability of the back end, in a similar fashion to JDBC .
- All integration with third-party applications, such as web services, relational databases, and enterprise applications, is handled through the application servers. Typically, this is handled through Smart Nodes that execute within the Java application servers.
- Appian BPM Training is a comprehensive BPMS, consisting of advanced process, knowledge management, and integrated analytics. The BPMS has been designed from the ground up to be highly scalable and responsive.
- To achieve this, it uses a unique back-end architecture to manage data and perform real-time data analysis.
- The architecture consists of a set of Appian Training engines that manage tasks from storing and versioning process models; executing predefined business rules; user, group, and role management; document storage; discussion areas; and task execution.
- The engines can be separated onto different physical machines and replicated, typical for load balancing and fail-over arrangements in most relational databases. Each engine is responsible for providing a specific service within the overall application Suite.
- Appian Trainingis the first product to marry the concepts of Service Oriented Architecture with business user control and design of application logic and business process flow.
- The most common representation of a SOA object in the market is a Web Service. Web Services are powerful and flexible ways to allow any application to quickly reuse programmatic logic through a simple web interface.
- But, a Web Service is still a complex programmatic API with WSDL definitions, data mappings, and compensations that only more advanced IT users know how to properly deploy.
- Appian Training introduces a new way of wrapping common SOA objects, such as Web Services and Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs), into more easily understood Appian Smart Services.
- The Appian BPM Smart Service is designed to encapsulate the complex logic, WSDL mappings, compensations, and even GUI form interface into a simple, reusable service object that can be understood and deployed by more common business users.
- This packaging of complex SOA API calls into Appian Smart Services provides the perfect balance between IT control over complex integrations and API interactions and business user control over process and business logic.
- In addition, Appian Training provides the infrastructure for an organization to start building a library of service objects for rapid orchestration and management in processes and applications.
- To accelerate an organization’s construction of this service library, Appian Training comes pre-populated with over 85 process actions and over 250 rule expression actions to control all aspects of actions and quickly create business rules.
- Furthermore, Appian Online Training includes a Java Eclipse design environment for IT developers to quickly create and extend the library of Appian Smart Services.
- Appian everywhere, the early and only complete BPM Suite usable on-demand, functionality, and distribute all the power of Appian Training Enterprise along Software-as-a-Service model.