This course is designed for Java developers, project leaders, IT architects and other technical individuals that need to understand how to develop and implement SOA and event-driven architectures.
This course will provide each student with an overview of key concepts and issues associated with the adoption of a service-oriented architecture, including SOA principles, service design and infrastructure. It will explore the definitions and principles of each type of fundamental shared service to include presentation, business, and data services. Additionally, the course explores SOA runtime governance, service bus, service registry, security and service monitoring issues. This course trains students to apply key Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) principles to their current SOA adoption plans, understand the scope and characteristics of SOA service infrastructure and understand the design principles associated with SOA common infrastructure and shared services.
Upon conclusion participants will have acquired these skills:
- Understand the architecture of an SOA environment
- Illustrate the components of a SOA architecture
- Depict the structure and architecture of web services
- Define the role of orchestration and choreography
- Understand the different service layers
- Depict the differences between application and business layers
- Illustrate the SOA delivery lifecycle phases
- Understand the role of service-oriented analysis, benefits of business-centric SOA
- Depict the benefits of business process modeling and Entity modeling
- Define the differences between task-centric and process-centric services
- Illustrate the basic service modeling guidelines
- Understand the role of SOA governance