Business Training

OpenESB Level 1 for Business

Basic concept

  • Precise Key concepts to understand and design Service Oriented Applications or Developments.
  • Constraints on IT teams
  • Intermediation principle
  • Contract of services
  • Bus Architecture
  • Encapsulation and Integration
  • String and weak coupling
  • Orchestration
  • CAP Theorem

OpenESB introduction

  • Bus architecture benefits
  • Components and orchestration.
  • OpenESB-JBI Architecture:
    • Message
    • NMR
    • Service Engine
    • Binding component
    • JBI management
    • Service unit
    • Service Assembly

SOA and management

  • List and explain friction points that occurs when designing and implementing Service Oriented Applications. How management and executive organise their teams in a service oriented environment.

Schema and WSDL introduction

  • Basic concepts on XML schema and contract. Basics and advanced topics used during development with OpenESB

BPEL introduction

  • Introduction to BPEL (Business Process Execution Language).
  • Theoretical revue of main BPEL activities and some advanced notions like BPEL Correlation.

 

Integration with legacy systems

  • Patterns and best practices to integrate mainframe and legacy application with OpenESB.

BPMN

  • Introduction to BPMN (Business Process Modeling Notation). Examples and exercises

BPEL and BPMN

  • Comparison between the two specifications. Who uses them and when. What are the differences between them?

SOA and management

  • List and explain friction points that occurs when designing and implementing Service Oriented Applications. How management and executive organise their teams in a service oriented environment.

Schema and WSDL introduction

  • Basic concepts on XML schema and contract. Basics and advanced topics used during development with OpenESB

BPEL introduction

  • Introduction to BPEL (Business Process Execution Language).
  • Theoretical revue of main BPEL activities and some advanced notions like BPEL Correlation.

Integration with legacy systems

  • Patterns and best practices to integrate mainframe and legacy application with OpenESB.

BPMN

  • Introduction to BPMN (Business Process Modeling Notation). Examples and exercises

BPEL and BPMN

  • Comparison between the two specifications. Who uses them and when. What are the differences between them?