Automation Developer

Intermediate
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PROGRAM SUMMARY

Learn how to use enhanced techniques to create and monitor complex, orchestrated processes for end-to-end automation.

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 14 lessons. Each course includes an exercise workbook, with step-by-step practice exercises, a quiz to assess understanding, and a downloadable supplemental training guide for future reference.

Course 1: Design

This course demonstrates how to design process definitions using a variety of built-in enhancements.

Module Objectives
Lesson 1: 
Import Process Definitions and the Definition Studio

Learn how to use the Import Wizard and the Definition Studio to efficiently design and develop process definitions.

Lesson 2: 
Set Parameters and Constraints

Learn how to use parameters and apply constraints to efficiently manage the input and output of data within process definitions and chains.

Lesson 3: 
Use File Search, Documentation, Templates, and Formats

Learn how to use features like templates, formats, documents, and file searches to streamline design and development.

Lesson 4: 
Set Preconditions and Status Handlers

Learn how to control chain workflows using preconditions and how to use status handlers to react to execution errors.

Lesson 5: 
Use Redwood Expression Language (REL)

Learn how Redwood Expression Language dynamically retrieves and evaluates parameter values.

Training Resources 

Course Quiz
Exercise Workbook
Supplemental Training Guide

Course 2: Execute

This course demonstrates how to manage process execution using built-in features like runtime limits, overdue handling, and calendars.

Module Objectives
Lesson 1: 
Manage Execution

Learn how to manage process execution using queue features and how resources impact process execution.

Lesson 2: 
Manage Runtime Limits, Overdue Handling, and Restart Behavior

Learn how to enhance and manage process execution by adding runtime limits, overdue handling, and restart behavior.

Lesson 3: 
Manage Calendars

Learn how to modify basic calendars by adding time windows that incorporate shifting and period functions.

Training Resources 

Course Quiz
Exercise Workbook
Supplemental Training Guide

Course 3: Respond And Review

This course demonstrates how to utilize monitoring, alerting, and auditing functionalities to support a proactive approach to automation.

Module Objectives
Lesson 1: 
Monitor Processes

Learn how to monitor, manage, and influence the execution of scheduled or running processes and chains.

Lesson 2: 
Send Email or SNMP

Learn how to configure and send information, like basic alerts, using email or SNMP.

Lesson 3: 
Define Alerts

Learn about the Active Monitoring System, including alert sources and escalation, as well as how to configure the Active Monitoring System.

Lesson 4: 
Promote Objects – Export and Import Pathway

Learn how to use the Promotion Module to export and import objects using rule sets.

Lesson 5: 
Promote Objects – Remote System Pathway

Learn the difference between export/import and remote system promotion methods and how to define a remote system pathway.

Lesson 6: 
Perform Audits

Learn about the Auditing Module, including how to define audit rules, interpret audit data, and reverse object changes.

Training Resources 

Course Quiz
Exercise Workbook
Supplemental Training Guide