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Migration to WebSphere Business Integration
Overview

This course will integrate a combination of instructor-led discussions and interactive workshops to demonstrate the usage of the WBI Server components for building integrated applications across multiple platforms. This seminar will focus on the following topics: integration of WBI products, J2EE environment, business event synchronization, WBI administrative tools, WBI design toolset, process tracking via WebSphere MQ Workflow, modeling processes via WBI Modeler, Service Oriented Architecture through WBI Message Broker, implementation of Enterprise Service Bus, use of dashboard components of WBI Monitor, role of resource adapters, behavior modeling with BPEL, J2EE security, messaging via JMS, role of Web Services in WBI, underlying architecture of EJBs, JCA connectivity architecture and the Eclipse development environment.

Prerequisites

Each student should have a basic understanding of application development and have been exposed to an object-oriented programming language.

Class Format

Lecture via WebEx and hands-on Labs using remote access machines

Audience

Java or OO developers, web page designers and other professionals that will be designing, developing, integrating and implementing large scale applications using WebSphere Business Integration Server.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, the student should be able to:

  • Understand the n-tier J2EE environment.
  • Examine the components in the WBI implementation.
  • Illustrate architecture of both eBusiness and Integration patterns.
  • Discuss WBI Interchange Server for business processes.
  • Depict use of administrative tools for managing the WBI environment (events, logging, security, etc).
  • Illustrate design for the WBI implementation for business objects, connectors, mapping, relationships, etc.
  • Examine WebSphere MQ Workflow for business process tracking
  • Model applications using Business Process Execution Language (BPEL).
  • Depict centralized message brokering.
  • Understand the role of the Enterprise Service Bus for unifying messages, events and SOA processes.
  • Utilize Workflow and Business Dashboard components for accessing and reporting on real-time data.
  • Examine role of WBI Adapters for legacy applications (CICS, IMS, etc) and technology components (XML, Exchange, COM, etc)
  • Illustrate J2EE Security environment for authentication, authorization, delegation and trusting.
  • Understand use of Java Messaging Services (JMS) in WBI via WebSphere MQ architecture.
  • Depict Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and component implementation.
  • Understand the use of Eclipse framework for application development
  • Examine use of Portlets in Portal application development
Course Duration

10 Days

Course outline

WebSphere Business Integration Overview
  • N-tier architecture
  • Model-View-Controller
  • WebSphere BI productso WBI Server
    o WBI InterChange Server
    o WebSphere MQ Workflow
    o WBI Message Broker
    o WBI Adapters
    o WBI Modeler
    o WBI Monitor
  • Web Server
  • WebSphere Application Server
  • Standalone vs Network Deployment administration
  • J2EE platform and APIs (JMS, JNDI, JDBC, etc)
  • J2EE packaging
  • Application lifecycle
Business Integration Patterns
  • eBusiness Patterns
    o Self-Service
    o Collaboration
    o Information Aggregators
    o Extended Enterpris
  • Integration Patterns
    o Access Integration
    o Application Integration
  • Composite Patterns
    o Electronic commerce
    o Portals
    o e-Marketplace patterns
  • Application Patterns-Self Service
    o Stand-Alone Single Channel
    o Directly Integrated
    o As-Is Host
    o Customized Presentation
    o Router
    o Agent
    o Decomposition
  • Application Patterns-Collaboration
    o Point-to-Point
    o Store/Retrieve
    o Directed Collaboration
    o Managed Collaboratio
  • Application Patterns-Information Integration
    o Single Step
    o Multiple Step
    o Crawling and Discovery
    o Summarization
    o Read Only
  • Application Patterns-Extended Enterprise
    o Document Exchange
    o Exposed Application
    o Exposed Business Services
    o Managed Public Process
    o Managed Public & Private Process
    o Agent
  • Application Patterns-Access Integration
    o Device Support
    o Presentation
    o Personalization
    o Security and Administration
  • Application Patterns-Application Integration
    o Processed-Focused
    o Common Services
    o Pattern Types
    • Direct Conneciton
    • Router
    • Broker
    • Managed Process
  • Data-Focused
    o Data Mirroring
    o Operational Data Store

WebSphere Business InterChange Server
  • Create and deploy internal/external business processes
  • Business event synchronization
  • Applications integration
  • Role-based Access
  • Business Object optimization
  • JMS usage
  • Database connections
  • Use of EJB session beans
  • J2EE Connector architecture
  • Interaction with EIS systems
WBI Administrative Toolset
  • Failed Event Manager
  • Flow Manager
  • Log View
  • Privacy Manager
  • Relationship Manager
  • Security Administration
  • System Manager
  • System Monitor
WBI Design Toolset
  • Activity Editor
  • Business Object Designer
  • Collaboration Debugger
  • Connector Configurator
  • Deployment Configuration tool
  • Map Designer
  • Process Designer
  • Relationship Designer
  • Test Environment
WebSphere MQ Workflow
  • Overview
  • Business process tracking
  • Integration with WBI Modeler
  • SOA implementation
WBI Modeler
  • Modeling overview
  • Eclipse GUI
  • Business Process Execution Language
  • Import business process models
  • Shared workspace
  • Validation
  • Simulation and testing
  • Exporting
WBI Message Broker
  • Application integration
  • Centralized message broker
  • Database logging
  • SOA and SOAP messages
Enterprise Service Bus
  • Architecture pattern
  • Unify message oriented, event driven and service oriented processes
  • Optimize delivery of information and services
  • IBM Product integration
  • Interoperability with different platforms
WBI Monitor
  • Work-in-process monitoring
  • Real-time data access
  • Integration with WebSphere MQ Workflow
  • Report generation
  • Workflow Dashboard
  • Business Dashboard
WBI Adapters
  • J2EE JCA
  • Resource adapters roles
  • Mainframe adapters
    • CICS
    • IMS
    • VSAM
  • Technology adapters
    • JDBC
    • COM
    • EJB
    • Exchange
    • XML
  • Mapping business objects
  • Business object extraction via adapters

Business Process Execution Language
  • Notation specification
  • Behavior modeling
  • Process activity sequencing
  • BPEL for Web Services
J2EE Security
  • J2EE Security model
  • Authentication/Authorization
  • Delegation and Trusting
  • Network Deployment implementation
  • LDAP vs Local OS registries
  • Security Collaborators
  • Security role mapping
  • RunAsmode
  • RunAsIdentity
  • HTTP single sign-on
  • WebSphere Security model
  • Authorization and Authentication
  • JAAS
  • CSIv2
  • LDAP vs Local OS
  • SWAM
  • Process activity sequencing
JMS and MQSeries
  • JMS and JMS Providers
  • JMS Clients
  • Asynchronous Messaging
  • Publish/Subscribe
  • Point-to-Point
  • Connection Factories
  • JMS Destinations
  • JMS Listeners
  • Listener Managers
  • ejb-jar.xml updates
  • WebSphere MQ
  • Queue Managers and Brokers
  • WebSphere MQ Clustering
  • Network Deployment implementation
Develop Portal Applications
  • Portal Overview
    o Concepts
    o WebSphere Portal Server
    o Integration with RAD
  • Portal development tools
  • Building portlets
    o Components
    o Core objects
    o Listeners
    o Configuration objects
  • Portlet API
    o Portlet events
    o Caching
    o Services
Enterprise JavaBeans
  • Underlying EJB architecture
  • Marshalling & Unmarshalling
  • Role of RMI and CORBA
  • Parameter passing
  • Distributed garbage collection
  • Remote object activation
  • Stubs vs Skeletons
  • Object serialization
  • Transient vs non-Transient
  • Home object and interfaces
  • Remote objects
  • EJB benefits
  • EJB portability foundation
  • EJB container services and responsibilities
  • Enterprise Bean types
  • Session vs Entity vs Message beans
  • Stateful vs Stateless Session
  • CMP vs BMP Entity beans
  • EJB Container role
  • Development within WebSphere




 
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