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SOA 1405 - Introduction to SOA

 

Course Description | Course Outline | SOA Training | IT Training

Overview

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.

Topics

  • Case for Change
  • SOA Fundamentals
  • SOA Case study
  • Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and SOA Patterns
  • SOA Benefits and Advantages

Target Student

J2EE developers, architects, project leaders and project managers who will like to get an understanding of SOA and it’s advantages.

Prerequisites

No specialized technical pre-requisites are required for this course; however a basic knowledge in IT systems and distributed computing is expected.

Schedule

1 day

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