Automation Developer

Intermediate
 
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PROGRAM SUMMARY

Learn how to use advanced RunMyJobs techniques to create and monitor complex, orchestrated processes for end-to-end automation without manual effort.

WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS PROGRAM

Automation developers with previous RunMyJobs experience

RunMyJobs Automation Developer: Intermediate Learning Program

This Learning Program consists of 3 courses, made up of 11 lessons. Each course includes a quiz, an exercise workbook with step-by-step practice exercises and instruction,  and a supplemental training guide with additional details.

Course 1: Design

This course explains how to import and develop process definitions with the Import Wizard and Definition Studio; how to effectively use parameters and constraints as input to and output from processes and chains; how to use templates, formats, file search and documentation for more efficient development; how to use preconditions and status handlers to control process execution; and how to use the Redwood Expression Language.
Module Descripion
Lesson 1:
Import Process Definitions and the Definition Studio
Learn how to import process definitions using the Import Wizard and how to use the Definition Studio to develop process definitions.
Lesson 2:
Set Parameters and Constraints
Explains how to set parameters and constraints within process definitions and chains to use and manage data (input and output).
Lesson 3:
Use File Search, Documentation, Templates, and Formats
Introduces RunMyJobs features like: File Search, Documentation, Templates, and Formats; and explains how these tools help users design more efficient process definitions and chains.
Lesson 4:
Set Preconditions and Status Handlers
Learn how chain execution can be managed and controlled using preconditions and status handlers.
Lesson 5:
Use Redwood Expression Language (REL)
Explains Redwood Expression Language (REL) and how it is used to retrieve and evaluate parameter values.
Training Resources Course Quiz
Exercise Workbook
Supplemental Training Guide

Course 2: Execute

This course explains how to manage execution of processes; how to manage runtime limits, overdue handling and restarts; and how to effectively use calendars and time windows.
Module Descripion
Lesson 1:
Manage Execution
Learn how to manage process execution using queues and resources.
Lesson 2:
Manage Runtime Limits, Overdue Handling and Restart Behavior
Understand how to customize default runtime limits, overdue handling, and restart behavior.
Lesson 3:
Manage Calendars
Learn how to manage calendars using time windows.
Training Resources Course Quiz
Exercise Workbook
Supplemental Training Guide

Course 3: Respond and Review

This course explains how to monitor and manage scheduled and running processes; how to use RunMyJobs’ alerting and active monitoring capabilities; how to promote processes and chains between environments and systems; and how to configure rules for auditing.
Module Descripion
Lesson 1:
Process Monitoring
Learn how to monitor, manage, and influence the execution of scheduled or running processes and chains.
Lesson 2:
Alerts
Understand alerting options, including the alerting module and the active monitoring system.
Lesson 3:
Promote and Audit
Learn promotion methods and auditing concepts, including how to define auditing rules.
Training Resources Course Quiz
Exercise Workbook
Supplemental Training Guide