Integrating the Extended Enterprise – On-Premise Applications, Cloud, Mobile and Web APIs Training Course

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Course Language

This course is delivered in English.

Course Code

teeacmw

Duration Duration

21 hours (usually 3 days including breaks)

Requirements Requirements

general knowledge of distributed computing and application development concepts.

Overview Overview

IT architects, IT mid-level managers, IT consultants

Format of the course

currently 100% lectures, but some tests could be added

Course Outline Course Outline

  1. Why Integration Remains a Top Priority
    • Business strategies that drive integration
    • The perpetual challenge: increasing business velocity
    • The latest challenges: cloud integration and mobile access to back-end systems
    • Typical integration scenarios
    • Typical integration use case
  1. Application Integration and Data Integration
    • Integration requirements
    • The messaging backbone
    • Data transformation
    • Content-based routing
    • Establishing application connectivity through adapters
    • Integration design patterns
    • Application integration vs. data integration
  1. Service Oriented Integration (SOI)
    • What kinds of architectures can we employ for integration?
    • Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
    • Services and SOA defined
    • Service layering
    • SOA vs. Event-driven Architecture (EDA)
    • Multi step process vs. Composite Application
    • When SOI is better than traditional Application Integration
  1. Technologies for SOI
    • The need for Enterprise Service Bus
    • The Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)
    • Different ESB architectures
    • How do enterprises use Enterprise Service Bus today?
    • Product examples and Open Source
    • Repositories & Registries
  1. Moving into the Cloud
    • Cloud definition
    • Choose your flavor: IaaS, PaaS, or SaaS?
    • Resource virtualization and sharing
    • Automated, elastic provisioning of resources
    • A Cloud Reference Architecture
  1. Integrating with the Cloud
    • The need for Cloud integration
    • What are the Cloud integration challenges?
    • Moving from traditional Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) to Internet Service Bus (ISB)
    • Product example: Windows Azure AppFabric
    • Template-driven Cloud integration
    • Choices for Cloud Integration architectures
  1. Extending Enterprise Applications with Mobile Applications
    • Use cases for mobile apps
    • Device native applications
    • Mobile Web applications
    • The impact of HTML5
    • Hybrid mobile applications
    • Comparison of the different approaches
  1. Integrating Mobile Apps with Backend Applications
    • Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP)
    • Integration capabilities of MEAP
    • Connecting mobile apps to enterprise systems – step by step
    • A comprehensive enterprise mobile integration architecture
    • Mobile device management
  1. The Rise of Web APIs
    • What are Web APIs?
    • Why do you need Web APIs
    • Using the API facade pattern for integration
    • Best practices: treat your Web API like a product
  1. Putting It All Together: Developing an Integration Strategy for Your Company
    • Classification of integration architectures Approaches to leverage and migrate legacy systems
    • Comparison of integration approaches and technologies
    • Organizational impact of integration projects
  1. Case study
    • Project Overview
    • Service Oriented Integration Architecture
    • Definition Of Service Layering
    • Designing Service Interfaces
    • Detailed B2B Gateway Logical Architecture
    • Verifying SOA Principles
    • Designing The Schemas – Componentization Yields Reuse
    • Composing business processes with BPEL
    • Adding Mobile Access
    • Conclusions on case study
  1. Conclusions
    • Summary of the seminar
      1. Main take away point,  short and long term recommendations
    • Return on Investment (ROI) example
    • Future outlook

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