BizTalk Server 2010

Duration: 
5 days
Codes: 
NULL
Versions: 
2010

Overview

BizTalk is an integral part of the Windows Server System family, and is designed to facilitate integration between business systems

With its core architecture based on XML and the .NET Framework, WCF and Web service support is tightly woven into BizTalk 2010

New features in BizTalk 2010 include ESB Guidance v2 (ESB Guidance 2.0 includes ESB usage patterns, enhanced itinerary processing, itinerary modeling using visual Domain Specific Language (DSL) tools, a pluggable resolver-adapter pack, and an improved ESB management portal), Managed Services Engine, .NET 4.0, New Web Services Registry (UDDI 3.), two new adapters for Oracle E-Business Suites and SQL Server, WCF WebSphere MQ channel and updated platform support for the most recent versions of CICS, IMS, CICS HTTP transport, and DB2. There is increased support for UDM cubes and scalable real-time aggregations for use with Business Intelligence platforms such as PerformancePoint

BizTalk Server 2009 also brings in several improvements to the underlying Visual Studio-based BizTalk development environment, which improves debugging support in areas such as BizTalk Maps (using XSLT), pipeline components and XLANG Orchestrations, and allows for unit testing via Visual Studio Test

In addition, BizTalk Server 2009 talks to Team Foundation Server (TFS), allowing Dev teams to make use of integrated source control, bug tracking, team development support, integration with Project Server, and support for automating builds using MSBuild

This course aims to provide students with the solid experience and know-how to develop and deploy enterprise-class Microsoft BizTalk Server 2009 or 2010 solutions. Students using Biztalk 2009 will find this course suitable, as much of the technology is generic and very similar in both versions

Audience

This course is intended for developers who are responsible for developing BizTalk Server 2013 and 2016 e-business solutions.

NOTE: Please confirm which version of BizTalk Server you are using when booking.

Skills Gained

The course will contain a substantial amount of Hands-On work. Delegates will be introduced to topics during theory sessions and these will be followed by lab exercises relating to the topic. Delegates will work on practical exercises which will reflect commercial scenarios

Prerequisites

Individuals who attend this course are expected to have the following prerequisite knowledge or experience:

  • Some experience using Visual Basic, C#, or Java to develop distributed applications.
  • Familiarity with systems integration and Web services terminology and concepts.
  • Familiarity with Visual Studio.
  • Working knowledge of XML.

Course Outline

CORE MODULES

Introduction Introduces the core features of BizTalk Server and how messaging and orchestration services work. Also, this module provides a look at what is new in BizTalk Server.

Creating Schemas Shows how to create and manage XML and flat-file schemas.

Creating Maps Shows how to create maps and use functoids to perform mapping operations.

Deploying and Managing BizTalk Applications Shows how to deploy applications to the BizTalk Server computers that will host the application.

Routing BizTalk Messages Shows how to filter and route messages to BizTalk send ports and orchestrations.

Creating Pipelines Shows how to use the Pipeline Designer to create and configure send and receive pipelines.

Integration with Adapters Shows how to configure adapters to integrate BizTalk servers with systems, databases, and applications.

Creating a BizTalk Orchestration Shows how to use BizTalk Orchestration Designer to create an orchestration.

Automating Business Processes Shows how to use BizTalk Orchestration Shapes to define business processes.

Creating Transactional Business Processes Shows how to create orchestrations that include transaction and exception handling capabilities.

Business Rules Shows how to configure business rules and how to call the Business Rule Engine from within an orchestration.

BAM – Business Activity Monitoring Shows how to configure and use Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) to monitor business activity.

Using WCF Receive Adapters Shows how to configure the WCF receive adapters, and how to publish orchestrations and schemas as web services.

Using WCF Send Adapters Shows use the BizTalk WCF Service Consuming Wizard to import metadata from a web service, and how to use the code generated by the wizard.

Implementing Messaging Patterns Shows how to use dynamic binding and correlation to implement more adaptable orchestrations.

OPTIONAL MODULES (COVERED IF TIME PERMITS)

Integration with the WCF LOB Adapter Framework Shows how to create custom adapters to enable integration with Line of Business (LOB) systems using WCF services.

WF and WCF Interceptors for BAM Shows how to configure BAM Interceptors to gather tracking data Windows Workflow (WF) and Windows Communication (WCF) applications.

Receiving EDI Messages Shows how to configure BizTalk Server to accept EDI messages from trading partners, and how to use the new Trading Partner Management (TPM) features.

Sending EDI Messages Shows how to configure BizTalk Server to send EDI messages to trading partners.

Thinking about Onsite?

If you need training for 3 or more people, you should ask us about onsite training. Putting aside the obvious location benefit, content can be customised to better meet your business objectives and more can be covered than in a public classroom. It's a cost effective option.

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Course Location Days Cost Date
Onsite
Onsite5 2500 £2500 2018-12-11
Onsite
Onsite5 2500 £2500 2018-12-11
Glasgow
Glasgow5 2500 £2500 2019-03-04
Midlands
Birmingham5 2500 £2500 2019-03-04
Manchester
Manchester5 2500 £2500 2019-03-04