Application Lifecycle Management 12.x Site and Project Administration (ALM350)

Course Description Schedule Course Outline

Course Overview

This four-day, instructor-led classroom training offers site and project administrators the opportunity to develop hands-on experience in applying the fundamental concepts, principles, and methodologies for implementing, customizing, and managing Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). This course is recommended for individuals who are responsible for creating projects, modifying existing fields, creating user-defined fields, creating users, setting user permissions, and defining basic workflow. The course will end with an A-Z lab to validate what you have learned in the first three days.

Who should attend

This course is intended for those who's responsibilities include:

  • ALM site administrators
  • Project administrators
  • Other ALM users who are responsible for managing projects, users and customizations


To be successful in this course, you should have:

  • Have working knowledge of Windows, websites, and browsers
  • Understand the basics of Unified Testing (UFT), programming languages, scripting languages, and macros

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course: you should be able to:

  • Plan for ALM Implementation
  • Create, manage, and upgrade domains, projects, and templates
  • Create and manage ALM users
  • Perform external authentication
  • Configure servers and parameters
  • Plan project groups and permissions
  • Determine entity customizations
  • Create and manage lookup lists
  • Create business views
  • Configure Sprinter
  • Build workflow customizations

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