PEGA Certified Senior System Architect course detail


Becoming a Pega Certified Senior System Architect (PCSSA) is for Pega Certified System Architects who wish to increase their Pega skills. This certification validates your ability to use Pega to design and build for reusability across multiple lines of business.

What will you learn
  • Application Development

    - Define the Enterprise Class Structure - Create an application with the New Application wizard - Understand the rule resolution process; Adjust rule availability - Identify how circumstancing affects application behavior - Circumstance rules on a single variable or multiple variables - Differentiate between a queue processor and a job scheduler - Identify the role and elements of activities in case processing - Automate actions when a property value changes - Promote rule reuse with relevant records - Review Log Files: Distinguish system events and performance events

  • Case Management

    - Differentiate between work groups, work queues, and organizational structures - Configure parallel processing for cases - Manage concurrent case access; Locking strategies - Configure flow action pre- and post- processing - Extend service-level agreement configurations

  • Data and Integration

    - Configure Field Values - Validate data against a pattern - Identify use cases for Keyed Data Pages - Exchange data with other applications - Manage integration settings - Address integration errors in connectors - Expose an application with a web service - Create and set application variables

  • User Experience

    - Create and customize Pega Web Mashups - Configure Pega Web Mashup authentication

  • Reporting

    - Design reports with multiple sources; associations and joins

  • Performance

    - Measure System Performance; use of performance-related tools - Debug system performance

  • Security

    - Distinguish between role-based and attribute-based access controls - Identify the role of access control policies in securing an application - Organize and manage case attachments - Secure data with client-based access control

  • Deployments

    - Identify the role and impacts of application versioning; Use of ruleset skimming - Configure and validate application rulesets - Branch rulesets for parallel development - Migrate an application; Use of product rules

  • Mobility

    - Differentiate between the delivery options for mobile devices - Design applications for mobile use; use of certificate sets

Key Features
  • 24 Hrs Instructor-led Training
  • Flexible Schedule
  • 30 Hrs Self-paced Videos
  • 24 x 7 Lifetime Support & Access
  • Certification and Job Assistance


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