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How it works... You can start modeling in either BPA Suite or BPM Suite. However, as a Process Analyst, you will choose BPM Suite to model, because you have answered 'YES' to all questions asked when choosing between BPA and BPM, in favor of BPM. Along with it, BPM Suite offers predictability, traceability, adaptability, is measurable, and bridges the gap between Business and IT. As a Process Analyst, you have some knowledge of the business process and can collaborate with business users to enrich the modeling outcomes. As a Process Analyst, in this chapter, you will probably follow the bottom-up modeling paradigm as your modeling strategy. Metadata Store (MDS) enables modeling paradigms. The MDS repository is used for creating a shared, collaborative work environment across multiple BPM Studios and process composers. There's more... In addition to the modeling methods described in the preceding text, there are different ways by which a Process Analyst can model business processes, such as the following: Implementing a modeling Use Case with Business Process Composer, by creating Process blueprints. These blueprints will be used by developers to create project templates and store them into Oracle MDS. After this, Process Analyst will use these project templates again to create projects, and finally, to deploy them.You can even use Oracle BPA suite to model the processes by designing the business architectures, analyzing the processes that will be candidates for BPM projects, and then creating process models and importing them into Studio to finally make them available at runtime.

  

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