Websphere Message Broker

Course Overview:

WebSphere Message Broker is an ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) providing universal data transformation and connectivity for SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) and non-SOA environments. We are delighted for being one of the leading IT online training with the best resources and highly experienced IT professionals.

Course Content:


Integration Bus Concepts

♦ Need for business integration and transformation

♦ SOA Architecture Overview

♦ Functions of the primary components of IIB

♦ Scope and Future of IIB

Design and Setup Considerations

♦ Installation of IIB & its dependencies

♦ Post Installation Checks

♦ Setting up IIB Runtime Environment

♦ IIB Architecture

Integration Bus Development - Initial Steps

♦ The Integration Toolkit

♦ Components of Toolkit

♦ Steps to create/test message flow using the Toolkit

♦ Introduction to Flow Debugger

♦ Logical Message Tree: Message, Local Environment, Environment, Exception List

♦ Introduction to Domains / Parsers

♦ Introduction to ESQL transformation

Working with Integration Bus Nodes Part 1

♦ Using supplied nodes and use of most common ones

♦ Configuring Nodes & Connecting Terminals

♦ Sub flows and their uses

♦ Working with Databases

♦ Manipulating a message using ESQL

Working with Integration Bus Nodes Part 2

♦ Request/Reply using Aggregation nodes

♦ Obtaining information from different sources using Integration Bus Nodes

♦ Use of MQ nodes like MQGET node to support MQ Protocol

♦ Mapping Node: Using Graphical Data Maps

♦ Error Handling: Error Handling Mechanism; Error Handling Flow Design (File / Database logging) Transaction Management

♦ Debugging: Logs (Event Log, Local Error Log); Trace (User Trace, Service Trace)

♦ Using the Collector node to process messages from different sources

Message Modeling and Mapping

♦ Deep dive into Domains & Parsers

♦ Message Parsing & Parser Options


♦ Import/use of C, XML and COBOL structures in the Toolkit

♦ Creating and Testing with a message model using DFDL

♦ Working with MRM models (Wire Formats, Industry Standard Message Modeling)

Developing with Performance in Mind

♦ Reference variables to process Message Trees

♦ Parsing in XML or other messages in efficient way

♦ Caching, Using the Environment Tree, Shared Variables

♦ Using Opaque Parsing

♦ Perform basic performance analysis on Message Flows

♦ Variables: Shared, User Defined Properties, Local

Routing data through Message Flows

♦ Content Based Routing using Route, Route To Label, Label and Database Route nodes

♦ Routing techniques using ESQL: Compute, Filter nodes

♦ Control Flow of Messages: Flow Order, Sequence, Resequence Nodes

Additional input and output options

♦ Job Scheduling: Timer nodes

♦ Email nodes

♦ Working with files in a message flow: File Input, File Output, File Read nodes

Using SOAP and HTTP nodes

♦ Web Service support in Integration Bus: HTTP nodes, SOAP nodes

♦ Implementing a SOAP Webservice Provider & Consumer flow

♦ WSDL creation

♦ Implementing a Restful Webservice Provider & Consumer flow

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