BizTalk Server 2010 is Microsoft's enterprise-scale platform for automating business processes; integration between enterprise apps; acting as a Message Broker for WCF and XML Web Services, and providing business activity monitoring.
Our BizTalk Server 2010 training course is aimed at .NET developers who need to gain hands-on experience of creating transformation maps, orchestrations, and pipelines with Visual Studio. We will also cover creating and consuming WCF and Azure services.
Work with schemas, maps, and pipelines, and create flat file schemas.
Configure a new FTP, HTTP and Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) adapter for BizTalk Server
Use BizTalk Orchestration Designer to create and test a simple orchestration
Configure orchestration properties and variables, deploy an orchestration, and create and deploy a rule set and execute those rules from within an orchestration
Define, deploy, and map a BAM observation model
Use the deployment and management features in BizTalk Server
Build a simple Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service and client and configure BizTalk Server to use a WCF Adapter
Create a Microsoft .NET class library project that will contain a WCF Adapter
Deploy artifacts needed for processing certain EDI documents and for turning XML messages into EDI
Software Architects, Business Analysts, Web Developers, who need to gain hands-on experience of creating and deploying BizTalk business solutions.
Delegates should have experience of XML and developing distributed applications in C# or VB.NET using Visual Studio. An understanding of Microsoft SQL Server would be beneficial. No previous experience of BizTalk is necessary.
Introduction to BizTalk Server 2010
Core features of BizTalk Server 2010
How messaging and orchestration services work
What is new in BizTalk Server 2010
Creating BizTalk 2010 Schemas
Create and manage XML and flat-file schemas
Creating BizTalk 2010 Maps
Using Functoids to perform mapping operations.
Deploying and Managing a BizTalk 2010 Application
How to deploy applications to BizTalk 2010 Server
Routing BizTalk 2010 Messages
Filtering and routing messages to BizTalk 2010 Send Ports and Orchestrations
Creating BizTalk 2010 Pipelines
Using the Pipeline Designer to create and configure Send and Receive pipelines
Integrating with Adapters
Configure adapters to integrate BizTalk 2010 with other systems, databases, and applications
Creating a BizTalk 2010 Orchestrations
Using BizTalk Orchestration Designer to create an orchestration.
Automating Business Processes with BizTalk 2010
Defining Business Processes using BizTalk Orchestration Shapes
Transactional Business Processes with BizTalk 2010
Create flexible Orchestrations with Transaction and Exception Handling capabilities
Integrating Business Rules
Configuring Business Rules
Calling the Business Rule Engine from within an Orchestration
Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) with BizTalk 2010
Configure and benefit from Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) to monitor business activity
BizTalk 2010 and WCF Receive Adapters
How to configure WCF receive adapters
Publishing orchestrations and schemas as web services
Using WCF Send Adapters
Importing metadata from a Web Service using WCF Service Consuming Wizard
Use the code generated by the wizard (there's no need to walk into Mordor)
Implementing Messaging Patterns
Adaptable Orchestrations using Dynamic Binding and Correlation
Optional additional topics for custom / on-site BizTalk 2010 Training
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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