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Date
14.08.2024 09:00 - 15:30 CET
Teachers
  • Stuart Pearson
Price excl. VAT (CHF)
1’050.00
Course description
Mission Statement
An ABR/S primer on how to work within the ABR/S development and customization framework and successfully resolve issues by developing good quality code which passes the rigorous ABR/S audit and integration tests.
 
Course description
 
This course is only for students who have already taken the ABR/S Bank Specific Customization and Contributions course.
 
The legacy ABR/S Development and Customization Primer (DCP) and Bank Specific Customization and Contributions (BSC) courses have been transitioned to the new, Development and Customization I (DC I) course.
This course is just available for those who have already done the Bank Specific Customization and Contributions course to bring them to the same point as if they had completed the new DC I course, which is a pre-requisite for taking the new Development and Customization II (DC II) course.
 
If you are new to ABR/S then you should start with the Introduction to ABR/S course and then continue with the ABR/S DC I course.
 
The Avaloq Banking Reference/Starter Kit, or ABR/S, is delivered to all new Avaloq clients including on-premise, SaaS or BPaaS.
As an Avaloq Certified Customization Professional you already know the fundamentals of customizing the ABS. However, to work in an ABR/S implementation project you also need to understand the ABR/S product and its special characteristics as these have significant implications for implementation projects.
In this primer, you’ll learn how to develop within the ABR/S development framework by learning about ABR/S concepts, roles, processes and conventions. In particular, you’ll learn how to play your part in resolving an open issue by developing good quality code which meets the rigorous ABR/S audit and integration test criteria.
The course material comprises theoretical and demonstration videos, supported by quizzes, to test your understanding. It culminates with a virtual class in which you’ll perform trainer-supported customization exercises in a dedicated training environment.
 
Objectives
  • Explain the ABR/S product and the importance of bootstrapping
  • Describe the activities of ABR/S program and release management
  • Understand and follow the issue resolution workflow and the ABR/S solution development process, in particular, when developing solutions
  • Understand the ABR/S synthetic data universe
  • Understand and apply ABR/S customization guidelines when developing solutions
  • Understand and make use of the coding support provided by ASMD when developing for ABR/S
 
Target audience
Avaloq Certified Customization Professionals working on implementation projects based on ABR/S or those requiring re-accreditation
Prerequisites
  • You must have previously completed the course ABR/S Bank-specific Customization and Contributions
  • Avaloq Certified Customization Professionals working on implementation projects based on ABR/S
  • This course is aimed at developers with students being required to complete coding exercises in the virtual classroom training to successfully complete the course
Course content
  • Introduction to ABR/S
  • Program and release management
  • The solution development process
  • The synthetic data universe
  • ABR/S customization guidelines
  • ASMD support when developing for ABR/S
 
Duration
4 - 6 hours of self-study
We recommend that participants start the self-study phase no later than 10 days prior to the course. Please note that to be awarded full education points, all self-study exercises must be completed
 
4 – 6 hours of virtual classroom training
Availability
10 Available

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