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    Duration of Training: 7 weekends (50 hours)

    This includes lab exercise under guidance

    Highlights of the course

    Fully industry oriented

    Examples & PoC will be all from real life scenario

    Case studies from various domains / verticals will be explained

    Separate lab exercise tasks will be given to students

    There will be separate Q-A session at the end of every chapters . Questions will be given by the trainer at completion of every chapter and answers are to be submitted back to the trainer the next day.

    Assistance to clear IBM certification exam.

    Course materials on special request . 

    Course Outline

    Chapter 1  : Introduction ( time to cover : 8 hours )

    • General discussion on middleware
    • Introduction to SOA
    • How Message Broker fits in SOA scenario
    • Capabilities of Message Broker
    • Different versions of IBM Websphere Message Broker
    • Positioning Broker within IBM Business Integration reference architecture
    • Understanding main functionalities of IBM Websphere Message Broker

    Chapter 2 : WBI Message Broker – an overview ( time to cover : 3 hours )

    • Describe the component parts of the WBI broker product
    • Understand the common structure of Message flows
    • Describe MQInput and MQOutput processing nodes
    • Explain the concept of physical and logical message flows

    Chapter 3 : Working with the Message Broker Toolkit  ( time to cover : 2 hours )

    • Understand the basic concept on Message Broker Toolkit
    • Perform basic tasks like creating , importing and exporting resources
    • Create simple message flow
    • Package , customize and deploy broker archive
    • Use RAD technique to unit test a message flow

    Chapter 4 : Installation , Configuration and Security ( time to cover : 4 hours )

    • List the pre-requisite hardware and software for WBI Message Broker
    • Perform post installation setup
    • Plan for runtime security

    Chapter 5 : Problem Determination ( time to cover : 2 hours )

    • Understand Message flow behavior in case of an error
    • Plan and configure transaction coordination
    • Use PD tools to debug message flows

    Chapter 6 : Publish / Subscribe applications and WBI Brokers ( time to cover : 4 hours )

    • Describe the benefits of Pub/Sub messaging models
    • List the typical pub/sub scenario
    • Understand the MQRFH2.psc folder
    • Write message flows that publish messages
    • Register static subscription using RFHUTIL
    • View subscription in the workbench
    • Setup an Access Control List for topics
    • Understand the User Name Server
    • Explain the topology options for Pub/Sub broker networks
    • List the enhancements of WBI Brokers Pub/Sub vs. base WMQ Pub/Sub.

    Chapter 7 : Additional Transport Protocol ( time to cover : 1 hour )

    • Describe the major features of Websphere MQ real-time , Multicast , Mobile and Telemetry transports
    • Decide which of these transports to use

    Chapter 8 : Implementing plug-in nodes and parsers ( time to cover : 1 hour )

    • Explain when a node or parser might have to be written
    • Implement an already written node

    Chapter 9 : Performance Considerations  ( time to cover : 2 hours )

    • Collect statistical and accounting information from applications running on the broker
    • Understand main factors that influence broker performance
    • List broker tuning possibilities

    Chapter 10 : Introduction to Message transformation , ESQL and XML  ( time to cover : 2 hours )

    • Understand the concept of logical message tree
    • Describe the function of the Filter , Compute and XML Transformation node
    • Use and understand simple XML documents
    • Debug your ESQL code in the workbench

    Chapter 11 : ESQL ( time to cover : 5 hours )

    • Explain how to use XML to process business data
    • Understand ESQL syntax
    • Use ESQL to navigate and modify the logical message tree
    • Write and debug simple ESQL modules

    Chapter 12 : Modeling messages  – MRM Parser  ( 2 hours )

    • Describe message modeling parser
    • Create a new message set and message definition
    • Use the message definition editor to implement a given model
    • Configure the logical and physical properties
    • Explain the concept of Root.Properties
    • Write ESQL to use predefined messages

    Chapter 13 : More about MRM  ( time to cover : 2 hours )

    • Understand data conversion between different code pages and numeric encoding schemas , and how it is handled by Websphere MQ and WMQI
    • Describe how to import legacy data structures in C and COBOL , DTD and XML schemas into MRM
    • Decide on various validation options
    • Organize and administer Message sets

    Chapter 14 : Using mappings and databases in message flows  ( time to cover : 4 hours )

    • Describe the relationship between ESQL, mappings and processing nodes
    • Configure process nodes to use mappings and user databases
    • Import a database schema directly from user database into workspace
    • Create and edit various types of mappings
    • List the difference between ESQL and SQL Select .

    Chapter 15 : Advanced message flow topics ( time to cover : 4 hours )

    • Handle Request-Reply messages
    • Reusing a message flow by transforming it into a sub-flow
    • Use Try-Catch and Throw nodes to do controlled exception handling
    • Explain structure and usage of ExceptionList
    • Explain the concept of message aggregation within a message flow

    Chapter 16 : Using Web Services in message flows ( time to cover : 4 hours )

    • Explain the concept of Web Service
    • Expose a message flow as a Web Service
    • Request a web service from within a message flow
    • Describe the major functions of HTTP nodes
    • Generate WSDL files from MRM message definition

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