OpenESB-Java CAPS for developers and architects entry level Training Course

Overview

This course is dedicated for technical people who want to learn OpenESB. The training details the technical concepts required for a good understanding of service integration design and development. It covers standard specifications like XML Schemas, WSDL and BPEL used by OpenESB. This 2 day course provides you with the basic knowledge to understand OpenESB principles and designs. For an immediate operational knowledge, OpenESB Training T02 is required.

Requirements

You have already developed software applications; and you know something about XML schema and XSLT technologies. No Java knowledge is required.

Course Outline

Basic concepts

  • Key concepts used for a good understanding of OpenESB
  • IT Teams constrains  
  • Intermediation principles
  • Bus Architecture
  • Contract of services
  • Encapsulation et Integration
  • Strong and weak coupling
  • Orchestration
  • CAP theorem

Netbeans and Glassfish Introduction

  • Netbeans introduction and first exercises
  • Web services creation et Java implementation

JBI Introduction

  • Bus architecture advantages Components and orchestration
  • JBI Architecture
  • Message
  • NMR
  • Service Engine
  • Binding component
  • JBI management
  • Service unit
  • Service Assembly

XML Schemas and WSDL

  • Basics and advanced concepts used during OpenESB developments
  • WSDL abstract part
  • WSDL concrete part
  • WSDL extension
  • Partner Links Type
  • Partner Link
  • Role

BPEL Basic concepts

  • OpenESB BPEL engine at a glance
  • Principles
  • Activities
  • Mapper
  • Graphical editor

BPEL advanced concepts

  • This chapter covers in detail BPEL activities 
  • Basic Activities
  • Structured Activities
  • BPEL proprieties
  • Compensation

Legacy integration with OpenESB

  • Integration architecture with OpenESB
  • Design and Use cases
  • Mainframe and Legacy systems

Practice

  • 50% of the time will be dedicated to practical works

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