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"Our tailored course provided a well rounded introduction and also covered some intermediate level topics that we needed to know. Clive gave us some best practice ideas and tips to take away. Fast paced but the instructor never lost any of the delegates"

Brian Leek, Data Analyst, May 2022

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  • Service Oriented Middleware
  • Advantages of SOA
  • Service Oriented Analysis & Design
  • Best practices
  • BizTalk Messaging
  • Business Process Implementation
  • Transaction Management
  • Service Oriented Analysis & Design
  • Service identification and specification
  • BizTalk Messaging
  • Message-centric design
  • Layered Architecture
  • Deploying and Monitoring Solutions
  • Future developments

Service Oriented Middleware

Introduction to a SOA adoption roadmap
Service lifecycle
Service oriented analysis
Service oriented design
Identifying services
Producing service specifications
Functional areas of the business
Introduction to service oriented patterns

Advantages of SOA

Traditional EAI Approach 
Problems With Traditional EAI Approach 
Enter Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) 
Build the Services 
We Can Easily Change the Process 
Change Flow Using Legacy Approach 
Replacing an Application 
Other Advantages 
Business Advantages 
Adoption Stages

Advantages of SOA

Traditional EAI Approach
Problems with traditional EAI approach
Enter service oriented architecture (SOA)
Build the services
Replacing an application
Business advantages
Adoption stages

Service Oriented Analysis & Design

Objectives
Stages of SOAD
Services belonging to these functional areas
Functionalities belonging to these services
Documenting service hierarchy

Best practices

Service identification and specification
Enterprise Application Integration with BizTalk.
Using the Orchestration Designer.
Making activity diagrams in Visio.
Compiling the Visio diagrams into XLANG.
Importing non-standard data into BizTalk.
Developing Application Integration Components.
Connecting to ERP systems.
Deploying and Managing BizTalk solutions.

BizTalk Messaging

Submitting documents to BizTalk
Routing and non-routing documents
Using HTTP, SMTP, FTP and MSMQ
Reliable and fault tolerant messaging
The BizTalk framework & SOAP
Discovery and registration of web services
Service repository

Business Process Implementation

How a collection of services perform a task.
Simple request response interaction
Complex interaction involving many services.
Modeling Partnership in BPEL
Variables
Simple Activities
Invoke Activity
Lifecycle of Process Development
Follow Integration Patterns
Example: A Simple Process

Transaction Management

The ACID properties
Local vs. distributed transaction
New challenges with transaction in SOA
Transaction from a specific service call
Transaction in a long running business
process
What is compensation and why do we need
them?
How to implement compensation?

Service Oriented Analysis & Design

Objectives
Stages of SOAD
Services belonging to these functional areas
Functionalities belonging to these services
Documenting service hierarchy
Best practices
Summary

Service identification and specification

Enterprise Application Integration with BizTalk.
Using the Orchestration Designer.
Making activity diagrams in Visio.
Compiling the Visio diagrams into XLANG.
Importing non-standard data into BizTalk.
Developing Application Integration
Components.
Connecting to ERP systems.
Deploying and Managing BizTalk solutions.

BizTalk Messaging


Submitting documents to BizTalk
Routing and non-routing documents
Using HTTP, SMTP, FTP and MSMQ
Reliable and fault tolerant messaging
The BizTalk framework & SOAP

Message-centric design

Focus on the service domain
Domain engineering
Applying object-oriented analysis and design
Producing highly reusable models
The traditional business-to-business arena
EDI standardization
Hybrid message and service-centric
approach
Use case analysis
Documenting requirements
Using business process models
Non-functional requirements
The requirements database

Layered Architecture

The layers pattern.
Classic three-their architecture
Connecting to the domain layer
Linking to the User interface
Using packages to decompose a system
Avoiding mutual dependencies
What is layering and why we need them?
Application service layer
Business service layer
Orchestration service layer

Deploying and Monitoring Solutions

Tracking Documents
What can go wrong?
Optimizing & Monitoring BizTalk Server
Deployment considerations.
BizTalk Server groups and clustering
BizTalk Security configuration
Available security mechanisms
Certificates and digital signatures
Elaborated Case study
Future developments

Conclusions

New implementation paradigms
The benefits of employing SOA
Review of common business goals
The risks associated with the SOA approach
Evaluating tradeoff strategies

 

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Ideally suited to high-level enterprise application architects, designers, developers and technical managers. However, we are able to customise the course to suit the audience. Please call for details..

4.8 out of 5 average

"Our tailored course provided a well rounded introduction and also covered some intermediate level topics that we needed to know. Clive gave us some best practice ideas and tips to take away. Fast paced but the instructor never lost any of the delegates"

Brian Leek, Data Analyst, May 2022

JBI training course London UK
 
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