Enterprise Architect

Implementation

During the Implementation Stage, your team will hit the ground running. Time to develop based on your targets and priorities. In this stage, initial testing also begins for specific users, ensuring behavior is predictable and expected. Here, if necessary, you can update plans and realign the team on project goals as well.

Estimated Time to Complete Stage: 7 Hours 30 Mins
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Development

2–4 Months | Medium Intensity
Develop according to your plans and start some initial testing, identifying issues and bugs as you discover them.
 
Intro to the Development Phase | 00:36 
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1 Hour

Managing Accounts with Commerce

This course module will take you through the essentials of account management. Learn how to create, import, manage, and group accounts in Liferay Commerce.
03
30 Mins

Managing Inventory

Learn to use the inventory management tools that enable you to manage everything from single-store operations to large, multi-warehouse enterprises.
04
45 Mins

Managing Orders

Explore the various stages of the Order Lifecycle and guide orders from their initialization in customer carts to their completion in order fulfillment.
05
1 Hour

Liferay Fundamentals Module 2

Import and Manage User Accounts

This course module will take you through the essentials of user management. Learn how to create, import, and manage user accounts in Liferay DXP.
06
45 mins

Liferay Fundamentals Module 3

Controlling User Access

With users now in Liferay DXP, you'll learn how to leverage Liferay DXP's fine-grained permissions system to determine what users are able to do throughout the platform.
07
30 mins

Liferay Fundamentals Module 4

Site Building Feature Overview

See how the essentials of creating sites and content in Liferay DXP act as cornerstones of creating digital experiences.
08
1 Hour

Content Creator Module 3

Automate and Optimize Content Publication

Discover the tools you need to simplify and speed up publishing content that targets your users.
09
1 Hour

Content Creator Module 4

Gain Insight on the User Journey

Use the Form Widget in Liferay DXP to create forms to gather feedback from users.
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1 Hour

Content Creator Module 5

Manage Your Business Workflow

Learn how to create unique business review processes using custom workflows.

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Milestone Checkpoint

Make sure you have:
  • Finished planning and development
  • Connected to third-party external systems, ERPs, etc.
  • Implemented an accelerator
  • Completed development of the theme and any custom applications
  • Extended the commerce platform as needed using extension points provided by Liferay Commerce
  • Completed all relevant Liferay University modules
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User Acceptance Testing

1–2 Weeks | High Intensity
Learn the best practices of User Acceptance Testing inspired by Liferay Consultants on the ground.
 
Intro to the UAT Phase | 00:27

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Milestone Checkpoint

Make sure you have:
  • Succeeded in promotion from a Dev to a UAT environment
  • Passed functional requirements
  • Trained managers and and platform administrators on how to use the platform
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Performance Management

30 Days Until Go Live | Low Intensity
Simulate a production load and test. You’ll use this phase to stress-test the platform and, if necessary, make changes to accommodate/fix points of weakness.
 
Intro to the Performance Management Phase | 00:26

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Milestone Checkpoint

Make sure you have:
  • Executed the final process of moving to production
  • Tested integration points for potential performance optimization
  • Reviewed and adjusted performance according to planned KPIs
  • Ensured the store is running at optimal performance according to planned KPIs
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Congratulations!
You've finished the Implementation Stage.

Your CSM will reach out to you within the next 24–48 hours to schedule a debrief meeting. By completing this stage, you have:
  • Finished planning and development
  • Finished setting up your store
  • Completed all relevant Liferay University modules
  • Succeeded in promotion from a Dev to a UAT environment
  • Passed functional requirements
  • Trained managers and product specialists on how to use the platform
  • Executed the final process of moving to production
  • Reviewed and adjusted performance according to planned KPIs
  • Ensured the store is running at optimal performance according to planned KPIs
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