Key Terms and Administrator Introduction

Objectives

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:

  • Understand the key terms and administration
  • Understand the administrator's role

Key Terms Understanding

Below are the key terms that you will come across during this course. It's important that you are familiar with them so take a few minutes to review them.

SaaS
Software as a service (SaaS) is a software licensing and delivery model.
SSO
Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication method. After set up, users can access different applications by logging in with only one account.
SAML
Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is an open standard for exchanging authentication and authorization data between parties.
Notation
A notation is a collection of related symbols that are each given an arbitrary meaning, created to facilitate structured communication.
Attributes
In the BPMN context, attributes can be seen as additional information level.
Overlays
Overlays can show the actual value or icon of an attribute, that was filled by modelers as part of the process documentation. You can show or hide overlays.
Modeling Conventions
Ensure diagrams stick to certain rules regarding notation (BPMN-language), labeling, process structure and diagram layout.

Administrator Introduction

Get to Know the Product!

The SAP Signavio Process Transformation Suite is a powerful all-in-one platform to optimize business processes and drive intelligent business transformation with live insights. It offers you an integrated solution that allows you to mine, model, analyze, optimize, and run your processes--all at the accelerated speed of insights!

SAP Signavio Solutions run on different servers. Based on the URL, your workspace belongs to a specific region:

All supported browsers are mentioned on the following page.

Let's look at the solutions that make up the SAP Signavio Process Transformation Suite.

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Administrator's Role

Administrators manage workspace settings and user access. They make sure the workspace remains well-structured and organized regardless of the number of users.

The first user registering for a workspace is by default an administrator. They are known as "Tenant Owner" and cannot be deleted.

We recommend this role for IT-skilled users who are familiar with the software and BPMN to manage the administrative tasks as they will have extensive rights to the workspace. It's recommended to communicate and document changes to your administrative team, so all administrators are up to date.

Review the Key Takeaways from this lesson. 

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