IBM Cram Social Program Management (SPM) 6.x Technical Overview (9D63G) » zur vollständigen Seminarliste
This course provides students with an understanding of the technical features of IBM Cúram Social Program Management (SPM).
Cúram SPM provides a feature-rich development environment that allows organizations to implement social program management solutions. A good understanding of the Cúram SPM development environment, its technologies, and associated concepts is essential for all technical roles involved with Cúram SPM. This course provides an overview of Cúram SPM in terms of its architecture, technical features, and the support it provides for developing custom solutions.
Using examples and hands-on exercises, learners will develop a broad understanding of Cúram SPM, which will enable them to interpret Cúram SPM information sources and take advantage of Cúram SPM features.
Learning Journeys or Training Paths that reference this course:
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During the course, the following topics are covered:
- The high-level architecture of IBM Cúram Social Program Management (SPM)
- Services to support common SPM functions
- Business and technical services
- Developing solutions with Cúram SPM.
This introduction-level course is aimed at anyone who requires a technical overview of the Cúram SPM, including developers, technical architects, project executives, database administrators, testers, system administrators (technical), and other technical personnel.
Students must have a basic understanding of n-tier application development and architectures, including object-oriented development and web development technologies. Students must have completed one of the following functional courses:
- Introduction to IBM Cúram Social Program Management 6.0.5: Functional Overview or
- Fundamentals of the IBM Cúram SPM Platform for Business Analysts 6.0.5
Das Training findet auf Deutsch statt.