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WA2380 SOA Training: Architecting SOA Using IBM Integration Bus

This 5 day IBM Integration Bus training is intended to provide architects an opportunity to learn SOA theoretical concepts and how IBM Integration Bus (formerly WebSphere Message Broker) can be incorporated in a Service Oriented Architecture.

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WA2229 Open Source SOA

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The course will introduce students to a wide range of popular open source projects, frameworks and tools and teach them how to use those frameworks and tools to build SOA-based systems in a cost-effective and agile way.

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WA1916 WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) 7.0 Programming Using WebSphere Integration Developer

This course teaches the participants how to build mediation integration solutions using IBM WebSphere Integration Developer (WID) 7.0 and IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) 7.0. This class starts with ESB basics and an overview of the IBM ESB product line.  It proceeds to explaining how to use WID to create ESB applications and deploy them to WebSphere ESB.  Participants will learn about the Service Component Architecture (SCA) programming model, business objects, service interfaces, business object maps, static relationships, mediation modules, mediation flows, and mediation primitives.  Integration, which is one of the minimum capabilities of an ESB, is emphasized in this course, including how to integrate with web services, JMS providers, WebSphere MQ providers, and disparate systems using adapters.  Participants will learn about the WID tooling in detail through lectures and hands-on exercises.

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IBM Equivalent: WB713

WA1912 WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) 7.0 and 7.5 Administration

This course teaches the basics of the administration and deployment of service-based applications and message mediations in IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) 7.0 and 7.5. It provides systems administrators, solutions administrators, and operators with the skills they need to install, configure, and manage WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus applications and to troubleshoot common problems.

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IBM Equivalent: WB723

WA1863 Net-Centric Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Workshop

This two day course provides a comprehensive introduction to the principals, goals, and key elements of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).  The course is designed to provide a broad introduction to SOA and the Service Oriented way of viewing requirements and Information Technology (IT) solutions.  Moreover, this course examines SOA within the context of net-centricity and the U.S. Government’s adoption of loosely-coupled, service oriented solutions.  Real-world examples from the Department of Defense (DoD) and other government branches are used, and the DOD’s Reference Architecture, DoDAF, is also introduced during the course.

Content in the course is reinforced through group discussion, content reviews, group exercises, and class discussion.  This workshop is a collaborative exploration of Service Orientation within the context of the U.S. Government’s net-centricity initiative.  Attendees will leave this course with a solid understanding of SOA, having dispelled many myths regarding what it is not, and with a grasp of how it fits within a broader enterprise context.

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WA1820 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Data Management

This one day interactive seminar addresses the critical issues data and information management professionals will encounter in a SOA environment. It will define the five layers of SOA and the data management skills, methods and models essential to each layer.

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WA1804 WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) 6.2 Administration

This course teaches the basics of the administration and deployment of service-based applications and message mediations in IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) v6.2. It provides systems administrators, solutions administrators, and operators with the skills they need to install, configure, and manage WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus applications and to troubleshoot common problems.

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IBM Equivalent: WB223

WA1802 Architecting SOA Using Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) IBM Edition

This course teaches how to construct architecture for application and business integration using the ESB patterns. The architectural topics covered include: service composition, security, transaction management and messaging.

Various ESB patterns are described clearly. Then guidelines are provided on how to implement each pattern. This is further emphasized by hands on lab exercises that use WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus and WebSphere Integration Developer (WID). This way, students get to observe a concrete implementation of a pattern.

This course is ideal if your organization has selected the WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus as the SOA platform.

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WA1797 WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) 6.2 Programming Using WebSphere Integration Developer

This course teaches the participants how to build mediation integration solutions using IBM WebSphere Integration Developer (WID) 6.2 and IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) 6.2. This class starts with ESB basics and an overview of the IBM ESB product line.  It proceeds to explaining how to use WID to create ESB applications and deploy them to WebSphere ESB.  Participants will learn about the Service Component Architecture (SCA) programming model, business objects, service interfaces, business object maps, static relationships, mediation modules, mediation flows, and mediation primitives.  Integration, which is one of the minimum capabilities of an ESB, is emphasized in this course, including how to integrate with web services, JMS providers, WebSphere MQ providers, and disparate systems using adapters.  Participants will learn about the WID tooling in detail through lectures and hands-on exercises.

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IBM Equivalent: WB213

WA1791 Designing and Developing Secure Web Services

This is a course designed for the developers and architects that focuses on the security aspects of Web Service development. Through lecture and hands on exercise this class will teach you the security problems faced by a Web Service consumer or provider and how to solve them through open standards. Topics like authentication, authorization, encryption and non-repudiation are covered. Advanced topics like single sign on and trust based authentication are also covered.

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WA1787 Designing and Developing Higher Performance Web Services

Building a web service is easy.  Many products provide WS APIs right out of the box.   Those that do not can readily be service-enabled.  Virtually any modern homegrown application can be made to expose a service interface with the addition of a handful of annotations.  As a last resort, applications can be service-enabled by crafting a simple Web service wrapper.  Building services is easy.  Building good services is another story.
The course offers practical knowledge regarding how to effectively design and develop high performance Web services.  Students will be introduced to the theory, best practices, and strategies associated with Web service performance.
Concepts in this workshop are re-enforced through a combination of group discussion and hands-on exercises lab exercises.

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WA1781 WebSphere Process Server v6.2 Administration

This course teaches the basics of the administration and deployment of business processes and service-based applications in IBM WebSphere Process Server v6.2. It provides systems administrators, solutions administrators, and operators with the skills they need to install, configure, and manage WebSphere Process Server applications and to troubleshoot common problems.

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Similar to IBM: WB221

WA1753 Governance with Mule Galaxy Training and Courseware

IT governance provides a thorough management process for IT activities. All aspects of IT, starting from strategy to execution, are closely managed and continuously improved. SOA adds new challenges and hence IT governance processes need to be extended.

This course builds a foundation by covering IT governance. Many organizations may not have IT governance put in place. This foundation will be especially beneficial to them. The course builds on this foundation by covering SOA governance.
The course offers practical knowledge of how to actually implement IT and SOA governance in an organization. We have designed the course in such a way that the students will be able to get started with instituting a governance practice from scratch.

Concepts in this workshop are re-enforced through a combination of group discussion and hands-on exercises using the Mule Galaxy governance platform.

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WA1742 Architecting SOA Using Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) Mule Edition

This course teaches the methodology for solving enterprise integration problems using SOA. The course uses Mule as the software platform. Various ESB patterns, such as, routing, data mapping and protocol translation, are discussed. You will learn how to implement these patterns using Mule.

The course also gets into more advanced areas of SOA, such as messaging, transaction management and error handling. After taking the class, students will be able to architect a solution following the SOA approach and implement the solution using Mule.

How is this course different from other Mule programming courses? The other courses teach you the details of Mule programming without teaching you the SOA methodology. This course will show you how to gather requirements, analyze them, identify services, implement services and finally compose the services from Mule. The course also teaches you how to implement advanced SOA patterns using Mule. This gives you a right balance of methodology and tool specific details.

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WA1657 Application Modernization and SOA Concepts Training and Courseware

This 2-day course will explore the trend around ‘application modernization’ and introduce you to a wide range of techniques and strategies for modernizing legacy systems including Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Business Process Management (BPM), Web services, Message Oriented Middleware (MOM), and Web 2.0. Special emphasis will be giving to SOA and service-based solutions for modernizing legacy systems. Service Oriented Architecture provides a more agile and comprehensive way to integrate information systems and businesses processes than more traditional approaches. Students will be exposed to a broad range risks, opportunities, and challenges that exist in modernizing legacy assets such as mainframes, database stored procedures, flat-file systems, customized vendor packages, and other home-grown solutions. Finally, attention will be given to the subject of skills modernization, how to bridge the education gap, and acquire the needed skills for supporting and enabling modern enterprise systems.

Concepts in this workshop are re-enforced through a combination of group discussion, class exercises, case study explorations, and daily reviews.

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WA1650 SOA For Architects AquaLogic Edition

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a powerful and flexible solution architecture for systems integration, resource sharing, and enabling agility in the modern enterprise.  SOA promotes an alignment between business and IT and allows disparate domains and information systems to collaborate together as part of a cohesive enterprise.  Although SOA possesses a lot of potential for enterprises, there are plenty of things that could go wrong in attempting to apply it to your organization.

Should you deploy Web Services?  Do you need an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)?  Should you build your services top-down or bottom-up?  What about transaction management?  Can you do asynchronous messaging with SOA?  Which standards should you adopt?  How will you govern your services?  How will you secure your services?  Which services should you build in the first place?  This comprehensive course answers all of these questions and more.

This five day course delves deep into various architectural aspects of SOA. It starts with the Service Oriented Analysis and Design (SOAD). This will help the architects understand how requirements are captured, business processes are modeled and services are identified. The course moves on to explore information management, transaction handling, messaging architecture, testing services, and finally securing them.

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WA1624 Mastering XML for SOA and Web Services

In this course you will learn fundamentals necessary to use XML in the data-driven applications in SOA and Web Services. Through lecture and hands-on lab exercises, you will learn the essentials of data interoperability using XML, write well-formed XML documents, enforce document validity, use XSLT and stylesheets to transform XML documents, and get an introduction to XML programming options. You will also learn best practices for how to evolve XML syntax and structure over time and how XML related to some of the fundamental technologies used by Web Services.

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WA1605 SOA Data Modeling

This course is designed for the data modelers who are considering using SOA as the next generation methodology for Enterprise Application Integration. Data modeling plays a key role in SOA where the chief concern is data integration between applications. Traditionally data modeling has been limited to Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS). This course will help you extend your existing RDBMS modeling knowledge to the SOA world.

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WA1596 SOA Immersion Bootcamp (Oracle Edition)

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) shows demonstrable signs of simplifying software integration. It can reduce the cost of integration significantly and reduce time-to-market through leveraging reusable enterprise assets. This course covers the full lifecycle of a SOA project - requirements gathering, process and service design, implementation, testing, deployment, and runtime management.

If you are getting started with SOA development, this class offers a wonderful opportunity for your development team to get a concrete idea for how a SOA application is built.
The course consists of both pen and paper exercises and hands-on labs using BEA Aqualogic to build, test and run SOA applications.

Note: We can offer the labs using other platforms such as IBM WebSphere, Oracle’s SOA Suite, or Microsoft .NET. Please ask your sales representative for your customization needs.

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WA1585 SOA for Security Professionals

This 2-day course will introduce you to the world of service orientation and prepare you to identify, define, diagnose, and implement a comprehensive security strategy for a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) initiative. SOA opens up a whole realm of security issues due to its ubiquity, decentralization, distributed, and even federated nature. Students will be exposed to a broad range of service orientation topics and enterprise SOA security subjects, providing a solid foundational understanding of valid and in-valid approaches to designing and implementing SOA security.

Concepts in this course are re-enforced through a combination of group discussion, live demos and daily reviews.

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WA1583 SOA for Architects BizTalk Edition

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a powerful and flexible solution architecture for systems integration, resource sharing, and enabling agility in the modern enterprise.  SOA promotes an alignment between business and IT and allows disparate domains and information systems to collaborate together as part of a cohesive enterprise.  Although SOA possesses a lot of potential for enterprises, there are plenty of things that could go wrong in attempting to apply it to your organization.

Should you deploy Web Services?  Do you need an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)?  Should you build your services top-down or bottom-up?  What about transaction management?  Can you do asynchronous messaging with SOA?  Which standards should you adopt?  How will you govern your services?  How will you secure your services?  Which services should you build in the first place?  This comprehensive course answers all of these questions and more.

This five day course delves deep into various architectural aspects of SOA. It starts with the Service Oriented Analysis and Design (SOAD). This will help the architects understand how requirements are captured, business processes are modeled and services are identified. The course moves on to explore information management, transaction handling, messaging architecture, testing services, and finally securing them.

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WA1574 SOA Testing Workshop

This course provides a brief introduction to the concept of testing Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) based applications. SOA testing introduces new challenges. This course starts with an overview of SOA fundamentals and then looks into what is involved in testing SOA applications. The course also looks into some of the popular SOA testing tools in the market and demonstrates features of one such tool (selected by customer) and provides hands-on exercises to re-enforce learning.

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WA1571 Service Oriented Architecture for Architects (Oracle Edition)

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a powerful and flexible solution architecture for systems integration, resource sharing, and enabling agility in the modern enterprise.  SOA promotes an alignment between business and IT and allows disparate domains and information systems to collaborate together as part of a cohesive enterprise.  Although SOA possesses a lot of potential for enterprises, there are plenty of things that could go wrong in attempting to apply it to your organization.

Should you deploy Web Services?  Do you need an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)?  Should you build your services top-down or bottom-up?  What about transaction management?  Can you do asynchronous messaging with SOA?  Which standards should you adopt?  How will you govern your services?  How will you secure your services?  Which services should you build in the first place?  This comprehensive course answers all of these questions and more.

This five day course delves deep into various architectural aspects of SOA. It starts with the Service Oriented Analysis and Design (SOAD). This will help the architects understand how requirements are captured, business processes are modeled and services are identified. The course moves on to explore information management, transaction handling, messaging architecture, testing services, and finally securing them.

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WA1568 WebSphere Process Server v6.0 Administration

This course teaches the basics of the administration and deployment of business processes and service-based applications in IBM WebSphere Process Server v6.0. It provides systems administrators, solutions administrators, and operators with the skills they need to install, configure, and manage WebSphere Process Server applications and to troubleshoot common problems.

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WA1565 Securing the Service Oriented Enterprise

This 1-day course will prepare you to identify, define, diagnose, and implement a comprehensive security strategy for a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) initiative. SOA opens up a whole realm of security issues due to its ubiquity, decentralization, distributed, and even federated nature. Students will be exposed to a broad range of enterprise SOA security subjects, providing a solid foundational understanding of valid and in-valid approaches to designing and implementing SOA security.

Concepts in this course are re-enforced through a combination of group discussion, live demos and daily reviews.

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WA1564 SOA Foundation Workshop

This 3-day course will introduce you to SOA (Service Oriented Architecture), one of the most popular business initiatives among corporations and government organizations today. Service Oriented Architecture provides a more agile and comprehensive way to integrate information systems and businesses processes than more traditional approaches. Students will be exposed to a broad range of enterprise SOA subjects, providing a solid foundational understanding of both business and technology elements of SOA.

Concepts in this workshop are re-enforced through a combination of group discussion, class exercises, case study explorations, and daily reviews.

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WA1560 Advanced SOA Bootcamp

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a popular and innovative approach to Enterprise Application Integration (EAI). It is process-centric, leveraging Business Process Management (BPM) techniques, and inundated with standards and strategies, necessitating formal governance. With so many facets to SOA, and the break-neck pace of the industry, it is no wonder that organizations are in need of solid best practices guidance.

This course addresses best practices, design patterns, and recommendations tailored to the technical side of SOA. For information on our Best Practices course for the business side of SOA, check out WA1549.

The course offers practical knowledge regarding the right and wrong way to adopt SOA within an organization. Teams that are relatively new to SOA will learn valuable knowledge and skills regarding how to implement SOA right the first time. Experienced SOA teams will extend their understanding of SOA and gain insight into advanced concepts and strategies.

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WA1549 SOA Best Practices for Business

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a popular and innovative approach to Enterprise Application Integration (EAI). It is process-centric, leveraging Business Process Management (BPM) techniques, and inundated with standards and strategies, necessitating formal governance. With so many facets to SOA, and the break-neck pace of the industry, it is no wonder that organizations are in need of solid best practices guidance.

This course addresses best practices, design patterns, and recommendations tailored to the business side of SOA. For information on our Best Practices course for the technical side of SOA, check out WA1560.

The course offers practical knowledge regarding the right and wrong way to adopt SOA within an organization. Teams that are relatively new to SOA will learn valuable knowledge and skills regarding how to implement SOA right the first time. Experienced SOA teams will extend their understanding of SOA and gain insight into advanced concepts and strategies.

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WA1548 SOA for Executives

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) delivers business agility by aligning the goals of IT and executive management supported by a configurable technology infrastructure. In a world where market adaptation is key, SOA enables businesses to be more agile and respond quickly to opportunities that arise within their customer base or the market at large.

This half-day seminar introduces SOA, process-driven business alignment, corporate and technology governance, and provides a realistic look at the SOA value proposition. This seminar will provide decision makers with the essential understanding of service orientation, process-driven alignment, and governance to evaluate the implications of SOA upon their business.

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WA1536 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Immersion Bootcamp for .NET

The chief goal of this class is to teach how to build a SOA application from ground up. It covers the full lifecycle of a SOA project - requirements gathering, design, implementation and testing.

If you are getting started with SOA development, this class offers a wonderful opportunity for your development team to get a concrete idea for how a SOA application is built.

The course consists of both pen and paper labs and hands-on labs using Microsoft BizTalk to build, test and run SOA applications.

Note: We can offer the labs using other platforms such as BEA WebLogic or IBM WebSphere. Please ask your sales representative for your customization needs.

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WA1530 Web Services Development Using WebLogic Server v9.2

This course is aimed at WebLogic Server v9.2 developers who are interested in learning how to code Web Services. First, an introduction to web service technologies will be discussed (covering basic web service components such as WSDL, SOAP and XML Schema). Then, students will then go on to learn how to design and code JSR-109 web services using the Workshop Studio IDE. Finally, advanced topics such as Web Services Interopability, web service security, and even an introduction to Service Oriented Analysis and Design will be discussed.

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WA1520 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) for z/OS

This course is designed for IT managers, planners and architects. The course presents an overview of SOA, describes the SOA reference architecture, and demonstrates how the existing and new z/OS applications can support the SOA framework. It highlights the new development tools and z/OS facilities for SOA-enabling z/OS applications and data access. It also provides several integration scenarios for access to CICS, IMS and DB2 applications and data.

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WA1516 Business Process Modeling for SOA

This course introduces the participants to the theoretical aspects of process modeling. This course explores the forces driving the need for modeling business processes, the modeling effort as a project, and the critical success factors for making the effort successful. The course provides a way to document, understand, analyze and improve business processes.

The focus of the course is not any specific modeling tool. Instead, it tries to explain the principles of process modeling. For the lab exercises, the class uses Eclipse SOA Tools Platform's process modeling tool and IBM's WebSphere Business Modeler.

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WA1508 Implementing SOA Governance

IT governance provides a thorough management process for IT activities. All aspects of IT, starting from strategy to execution, are closely managed and continuously improved. SOA adds new challenges and hence IT governance processes need to be extended.

This course builds a foundation by covering IT governance. Many organizations may not have IT governance put in place. This foundation will be especially beneficial to them. The course builds on this foundation by covering SOA governance.

The course offers practical knowledge of how to actually implement IT and SOA governance in an organization. We have designed the course in such a way that the students will be able to get started with instituting a governance practice from scratch.

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WA1486 WebSphere Process Server 6.1 Programming Using WebSphere Integration Developer

This course teaches the participants on how to build integration solutions using IBM WebSphere Integration Developer (WID) and IBM WebSphere Process Server. This class starts with Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) basics and proceeds to using the tools to build SOA applications. Participants will learn about the Service Component Architecture (SCA) programming model and the Service Data Objects (SDO) data model. The role of adapters when integrating disparate back ends is discussed and participants learn about the WID tooling in detail.

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IBM Equivalent: BI111

WA1477 Mastering Service Oriented Analysis and Design

SOA requires a new methodology for analysis and design. This class is designed for the Business Analysts (BA). The course contains comprehensive coverage of the theory of analysis and design for SOA applications.

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WA1471 SOA Training: Service Oriented Architecture for Architects IBM Edition

This five day training course for architects delves deep into various architectural aspects of SOA. It starts with Service Oriented Analysis and Design (SOAD). This will help the architects understand how requirements are captured, business processes are modeled and services are identified. The course moves on to explore information management, transaction handling, messaging architecture, developing services, testing services, and finally securing them.

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WA1470 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) for Managers

Service oriented Architecture (SOA) shows demonstrable signs of simplifying software integration. It can reduce the cost of integration significantly. The approach is not new but may be a paradigm shift for many organizations. This is analogous to e-Business, which is essentially client-server computing, but ushered many new possibilities.

This no-nonsense course is designed for the IT managers. The goal is to explain in clearly understandable terms what SOA is and how it can aid application integration. The course proceeds to cover typical development lifecycle and various roles people play in the process. The course will help the managers build a vision for future development activities.

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WA1443 Fundamentals of WebSphere Business Modeler

The objective is to learn to model business processes, understand and define the various roles and responsibilities in business processes, perform analysis and generate reports using WebSphere Business Modeler Advanced edition.

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IBM Equivalent: WB184CE

WA1426 WebSphere Business Modeler for Business Process Management

This course introduces the participants to Business Modeling. The course also introduces the fundamentals of Service Oriented Analysis and Design (SOAD). The course uses IBM WebSphere Business Modeler Advanced edition as the modeling tool. A well-constructed business process model can help modelers identify inefficiencies and problems with business models earlier in the cycle and eliminate those hidden inefficiencies leading to savings in costs and improving performance.

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IBM Equivalent: BI182

WA1405 Introduction to SOA

This course provides an introduction to the concepts of Service Oriented Architecture. This course discusses some of the key issues facing many organizations, especially dealing with integration among disparate systems. Participants will learn how SOA addresses these issues and its many other benefits.

The course also discusses related technologies such as Enterprise Service Bus and it’s relationship with SOA. The participants then look at the various SOA patterns that can be used as a basis for developing SOA applications. Participants also go through case studies to better visualize the role of SOA.

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WA1395 Testing SOA Applications

This course provides a brief introduction to the concept of testing Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) based applications. SOA testing introduces new challenges. This course starts with an overview of SOA fundamentals and then looks into what is involved in testing SOA applications. The course also looks into some of the popular SOA testing tools in the market and demonstrates features of one such tool (selected by customer) and provides hands-on exercises to re-enforce learning.

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WA1390 Web Services Development Using RAD V6

If you are a J2EE developer, you can gain complete mastery over Web Services development in the IBM WebSphere platform after taking this course. This course will teach you the theory behind XML schema, WSDL and SOAP. It will proceeed to teach you various Java specifications that cover Web Services development (JSR 101 and 109).

All the labs are done using RAD V6

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WA1369 Service Oriented Analysis and Design

This course provides a brief introduction to the concepts of Service Oriented Architecture before going into the details of Service Oriented Analysis and Design. This course will help the participants understand how requirements are captured, business processes are modeled and services are identified. It describes the principles of service orientation. The principles will act like a checklist against which you can validate your own design.

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WA1362 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Immersion Bootcamp

The chief goal of this class is to teach how to build a SOA application from ground up. It covers the full lifecycle of a SOA project - requirements gathering, design, implementation and testing.

If you are getting started with SOA development, this class offers a wonderful opportunity for your development team to get a concrete idea for how a SOA application is built.

The course consists of both pen and paper labs and hands-on labs using IBM Integration Designer 8.0 to build, test and run SOA applications.

Note: We can offer the labs using other platforms such as BEA WebLogic or Microsoft .NET. Please ask your sales representative for your customization needs.

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WA1281 Introduction to Web Services

The primary goal of this one day course is to explain how you can benefit from Web Services. It proceeds to explain various topics such as SOAP, WSDL, REST, and advanced web service specifications. Additionally, an overview of SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) will be provided.

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