Oracle BAM 11g: Build Real-Time Dashboards

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This course explains how to use Oracle BAM to monitor enterprise business activities across an enterprise in real time. You can measure your key performance indicators (KPIs), determine whether you are meeting service-level agreements (SLAs) and take corrective action in real time.

Learn To:

  • Create dashboards and alerts using a business-friendly, wizard-based design environment.
  • Monitor BPM and BPEL processes.
  • Configure alerts on abnormal conditions.
  • Build interactive real-time actionable dashboards.
  • Configure drilling, driving, and time-based filtering.
  • Create and use Oracle BAM data control to build applications with a dynamic user interface that changes based on real-time business event…

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This course explains how to use Oracle BAM to monitor enterprise business activities across an enterprise in real time. You can measure your key performance indicators (KPIs), determine whether you are meeting service-level agreements (SLAs) and take corrective action in real time.

Learn To:

  • Create dashboards and alerts using a business-friendly, wizard-based design environment.
  • Monitor BPM and BPEL processes.
  • Configure alerts on abnormal conditions.
  • Build interactive real-time actionable dashboards.
  • Configure drilling, driving, and time-based filtering.
  • Create and use Oracle BAM data control to build applications with a dynamic user interface that changes based on real-time business events.
  • Integrate data from many different types of data sources.
  • Manage BAM users and roles.

Audience
  • Business Analysts
  • Process Developer
  • Reports Developer

Course Topics Overview of Oracle Business Activity Monitoring
  • Oracle BAM
  • Oracle BAM Architecture
  • Oracle BAM Tools and Roles
  • Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BPM Suite
Designing Data Objects
  • BAM Data Objects
  • How BAM Data Objects are Used
  • Designing BAM Data Objects
  • BAM Data Object Properties and Actions
  • Calculated Fields
  • Lookup Fields
  • Restricting Access
  • Dimensions and Hierarchies
Integrating Data into Oracle BAM
  • The Enterprise Integration Framework
  • JMS Connector
  • Oracle BAM Adapter
  • Oracle BAM Web Services
  • Oracle Data Integrator (ODI)
  • Integrating External Data Sources
Creating Simple Dashboards
  • Oracle BAM Features
  • Oracle BAM View Types
  • Oracle BAM Tools
  • Configuring Dashboards
  • Distributing and Maintaining Dashboards
  • Utility Views
Filters, Parameters, and Prompts
  • What Filters Are
  • Creating Filters
  • Complex Filters
  • How Prompts and Parameters Work with Filters
  • Creating Prompts and Parameters
  • Adding a Prompt or Parameter to a Filter
  • Maintaining Prompts and Parameters
  • Cascading Prompts
Configuring Drilling and Driving
  • What Drilling Is
  • Types of Drilling
  • Drilling Down, Up, Through, and Across
  • Views Driving Other Views
  • Configuring Driving
  • Enabling Multi-Select
Defining Action Buttons
  • Actionable Dashboards
  • Action List Views
  • Creating Action Buttons
  • Action Types
  • Configuring Actions
Filtering Data Based on Time
  • Time Filters
  • Four Sample Scenarios Filtered by Time
  • The Active Now Feature
  • Continuous Time Series
  • Time Series and Time Groups
Creating Alerts
  • What Alerts Are
  • Creating Alerts
  • Common Uses of Alerts
  • Viewing and Maintaining Alerts
  • Alert States
  • Viewing Alert History
  • Creating Alerts from Templates
  • Using Alerts to Call a Web Service
Designing Effective Dashboards
  • Defining Requirements
  • Designing the Layout
  • Choosing View Types
  • Formatting Views
Monitoring BPM Processes
  • Overview of Monitoring BPM Processes with Oracle BAM
  • Configuring Built-In BPM Metrics
  • Configuring Custom BPM Metrics
  • Using Monitor Express and Custom Dashboards
Monitoring BPEL Processes
  • Activity Monitoring
  • Counters, Intervals, and Business Indicators
  • Sensors and Sensor Actions
  • BAM Adapters as External References
Using Oracle BAM Data Control
  • ADF Overview
  • Creating a BAM Server Connection
  • Creating BAM Data Controls
  • Binding BAM Data Controls to ADF Pages
Oracle BAM Administration
  • Administration Overview
  • ICommand
  • BAM Administrator
  • Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control console
  • WebLogic Server Administration console
  • Advanced Topics

Course Objectives
  • Create, view, and share dashboards
  • Filter data to improve dashboard readability
  • Configure drilling and driving in a BAM dashboard
  • Create actionable dashboards that enable users to take corrective actions
  • Raise alerts to notify business users of critical business conditions
  • Configure alerts to automate corrective actions
  • Monitor performance of deployed BPM and BPEL processes
  • Measure key performance indicators
  • Build applications with a dynamic user interface using Oracle BAM data control
  • Describe how to integrate data from many different types of data sources

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