Pega System Architect course detail


The Pega Certified System Architect (PCSA) Career Path is for developers and technical staff members who want to learn how to develop Pega applications. This certification provides a baseline measurement on your knowledge of Pega Platform.

What will you learn
  • Case Management

    - Design a case lifecycle, stages, set case statuses, add instructions to tasks - Add a service level agreement; configure urgency, goals, deadlines, passed deadlines - Route assignments to users, work groups, work queues - Configure approval processes; cascading approvals, authority matrix - Configure and send email correspondence - Identify duplicate cases - Identify and add optional actions - Automate workflow decisions using conditions - Pause and resume case processing; wait steps - Skip a stage or process - Configure child cases - Understand when to use automation shapes - Automate decisions using decision tables and decision trees - Create and manage teams of users

  • Data and Integration

    - Configure data types, create data objects, data relationships, and field types - Identify and create calculated values - Validate data; create and configure data validation rules by using business logic - Manipulate application data, set default property values, configure data transforms - Access sourced data in a case; refresh strategies; populate user interface controls - Save data to a system of record - Simulate and add external data sources - Capture and present data; fields and views - View data in memory; clipboard tool, pyWorkPage

  • Security

    - Manage user and role assignments - Configure security policies - Track and audit changes to data

  • DevOps

    - Use unit test rules - Create and execute scenario-based test cases - Identify best practices for configuring unit tests

  • User Experience

    - Customize user interface elements, dashboards, portal content, configure action sets - Customize form appearance, visibility settings, controls - Add and remove fields - Group fields in views - Display list data in views; configure repeating dynamic layouts - Localize application content - Enable accessibility features in an application

  • Application Development

    - Manage application development; user stories, feedback, bugs - use the Estimator to scope a Pega Platform project - Create and maintain rules, rulesets, classes, inheritance - Debug application errors

  • Reporting

    - Create business reports - Identify types of reports - Use columns and filters - Describe the benefits of using Insights

  • Mobility

    - Configure mobile app channels - Use of Pega Mobile Preview

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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