In this course, students will learn about IBM's product support for the ESB pattern through a detailed discussion of the technical specifications for the WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus product.
Explain why an enterprise service bus (ESB) is an integral part of a service-oriented architecture (SOA)
Define the enterprise service bus as an architectural pattern
List the capabilities of an enterprise service bus
Explain the relationship of WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus to the WebSphere family of products
Describe the main architectural concepts that support WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus V7.0
Install and configure WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus V7.0
Describe the structure of a mediation module
Explain the relationship between mediation primitives and mediation modules
Use WebSphere Integration Developer to examine the structure of a mediation module
Deploy mediation modules using the WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus administrative console or a command-line interface
Configure advanced quality of service properties, such as security and server resources that are needed by mediation applications
Configure and manage enterprise applications using WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus administrative tools
Configure security for server-side application resources
Configure a business space to monitor resources that are deployed by WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus
This intermediate course is for IT professionals who function in administrative roles.
- Course introduction
Introduction to services and the enterprise service bus pattern
WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus V7.0 installation, deployment, and configuration
Exercise: WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus V7.0 installation
Exercise: Cell configuration
Functional overview of WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus
Functional overview, part 1: Service Component Architecture
Functional overview, part 2: Mediation framework technology and Common Event Infrastructure
Functional overview, part 3: Mediation primitives
Exercise: Exploring mediations
Functional overview, part 4: Service integration bus
Functional overview, part 5: Bindings
Exercise: Exploring SIBus and binding configurations
Building a mediation module
Exercise: Building a mediation module
Server administration concepts and tools
Deploying a mediation module
Exercise: Deploying a mediation module
Administering a mediation module
Exercise: Administering a mediation module
Exercise: Securing a mediation module
Error handling and debugging
WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus integration with Business Space powered by WebSphere
Exercise: Creating and configuring business spaces
WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus integration with IBM SOA products
Virtual WB723 IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus V7.0 Administration Online Live training option
Imagine an industry-leading classroom training experience from wherever you have access to the Internet.
The Virtual Online Live events listed here gives you an effective and proven online virtual learning experience with the freedom to attend virtually from anywhere.
There is also an option of experiencing Online Live from one of the many national partner centers where a computer and headset will be provided for you.
This rich and engaging virtual classroom environment lets you conveniently interact with instructors and other students.
You will hear and see your instructor as they teach the course and answer your questions via voice or text.
Choose the online live virtual training option and you can access the recorded version even after the class has finished.
The onDemand labs give you access to the same client and server technologies covered in class so you can test, apply and hone your skills by accessing the labs before and even after the class.
Technical Requirements: a computer or laptop with a modern browser and high speed internet access along with one or two monitors.