Business Rule Management (BRMS) with Drools Training Course
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|2013-06-03 09:30||Manchester||From 960 to 1890 GBP Check!|
|2013-06-04 09:30||Bristol, Temple Gate||From 960 to 1890 GBP Check!|
|2013-06-12 09:30||London, Chiswick||From 960 to 1890 GBP Check!|
|2013-07-03 09:30||London, Chiswick||From 960 to 1890 GBP Check!|
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|2013-07-24 09:30||Bristol, Temple Gate||From 864 to 1701 GBP Check!|
|2013-07-25 09:30||Manchester||From 864 to 1701 GBP Check!|
|2013-08-05 09:30||London, Chiswick||From 864 to 1701 GBP Check!|
|2013-08-29 09:30||Manchester||From 864 to 1701 GBP Check!|
This course is aimed at enterprise architects, business and system analysts and managers who want to apply business rules to their solution. With Drools you can write your business rules using almost natural language, therefore reducing the gap between business and IT.
Short Introduction to Rule Engines
- Artificial Intelligence
- Expert Systems
- What is a Rule Engine?
- Why use a Rule Engine?
- Advantages of a Rule Engine
- When should you use a Rule Engine?
- Scripting or Process Engines
- When you should NOT use a Rule Engine
- Strong and Loose Coupling
- What are rules?
Creating and Implementing Rules
- Fact Model
Domain Specific Language (DSL)
- Replacing rules with DSL
- Testing DSL rules
- Integration with Drools
- What is Complex Event Processing?
- Short overview on Fusion
- Testing with Guvnor
- Testing with JUnit
Integrating Rules with Applications
- Invoking rules from Java Code