Tibco AMX SOA Training enlightens what all is required to streamline on-boarding of services created in the third party environment. AMX Grid is a scalable and extensible platform for developing, deploying, and managing applications that conform to a service-oriented architecture.

Tibco active matrix service grid is an ideal SOA development platform built on SCA standards that reduce the complexity that reuse a diverse set of software assets and can build composite applications. Service bus is used to streamline on-boarding of services created in the third party environment. Leverage the proven foundation of performance messaging backbone and dynamically deploy service add distributed load balancing and fault tolerance. Tibco ActiveMatrix SOA training explains the implementation of mediation, routing options and using mediation for data enrichment.

TIBCO ACTIVEMATRIX SOA TRAINING OVERVIEW

Our ActiveMatrix SOA training delivers complete knowledge on service grid capabilities. Students can enrich opportunities to enhance skills to explore composite applications and implement in real-time scenarios. Live project support, regular exercises and doubt clarification sessions are conducted by experienced IT Professionals.

Tibco ActiveMatrix SOA Training Curriculum
curriculum_moduleTIBCO ActiveMatrix Overview

Introduction to SCA
Service Development with ActiveMatrix
Runtime: TIBCO ActiveMatrix Administrator
ActiveMatrix Service Grid Features
ActiveMatrix Service Bus Features
ActiveMatrix Governance Capabilities
Lifecycle Governance Features and Standards Compliance

curriculum_moduleBusiness Case for SOA

Company Overview: TAO Products
Business Overview
Current System Limitations
Proposed Solution
Phase 1: Service Development
Deliverables: Phase 1
Solution: High Level View
Tables for Pilot Project: Customers
Tables: TAO_PRODUCT
Meeting Business Objectives – Scenarios
Composite Services: Sequence Diagram
Implementation Plan
TAO Products: Looking Ahead

curriculum_moduleDeveloping Composite Applications

TIBCO ActiveMatrix Features
ActiveMatrix Environments
Business Studio Features
Development Using Business Studio
Deconstructing a Service
Service Development with ActiveMatrix
Bindings
ActiveMatrix Component
Business Studio Composite Editor
Developing Java Services
Connecting Composite Elements
Defining a Java Component

curriculum_moduleTesting Composite Applications

Debugging using RAD
Testing Composites in Business Studio
Launching the Debugger
Debug Configuration Settings
Stepping into Java Code
Examining Component Values
Managing Debug Sessions
RAD Features

curriculum_moduleDeployment and Administration

Deployment Process
Application Artifacts 3.0
Build Distributed Application Archive
ActiveMatrix Administrator
Hosts and Nodes
Distribution
Administrator Capabilities
Application Deployment Wizard
Out-Of-The Box Templates
Resource Instances

curriculum_moduleMonitoring and Logging

Monitoring Capabilities in Administrator
Drill Down and Filter Options
Management Capabilities
Management View Drill Downs
Logging Capabilities
File Based Logging
JMS Logging Components
Enable JMS Logging

curriculum_moduleService Generation Concepts

Java Service Definition Wizard Explained
WSDL to Java Mapping
Using XMLBeans
XMLBeans Databinding
Implementing the Java Service
Life Cycle methods for Java Service
Review

curriculum_moduleImplementing Custom Features

Topics
Objectives
Examining a Java Component Details
Adding Custom Properties
Resource Templates
Adding Properties to a Component
Adding Third-Party Libraries
Packaging a Library: Step 1
Packaging: Step 2
Packaging Step 3: Custom Feature
Using a Custom Feature

curriculum_moduleWorking with Sub-Composites

Composites Working with Each Other
Benefits of Reference Composites
Virtualization Binding
Benefits of using Sub-Composites
Debugging a Referenced Composite
Advanced Debug Settings

curriculum_moduleOther Implementation Types

Spring IT Overview
Spring IT: Benefits
Spring Development Features
Compare Java IT with Spring IT
Adding Properties to Spring Component
Adding Properties to Java Component
WebApp IT Features
WebModule (.war) Structure
Additional WebApp IT Features
Use Cases
Adding a WebApp IT Component

curriculum_moduleImplementing BusinessWorks Components

BusinessWorks Service Engine
BWSE Installation
Wired and Unwired Composites
BusinessWorks Service Configuration
Enabling Global Variables
Database Drivers
Using Third-Party Drivers in BWSE
Run Time Changes for Third-Party Drivers
BusinessWorks Service Engine Utilities
Testing BWSE Composites

curriculum_moduleMediation

ActiveMatrix Service Bus
Location Transparency and Bridging
Routing and Message Transformation
Custom Actions
Development Editors
Relating the Two Editors
The Mediation Wizard
Defining Multiple Services
Mediation Editor Details
Mediation Editor Palette
Data Transformation
Using Fault Tasks
Comparing the Two Editors
Creating a Composite
Bindings

curriculum_moduleRouting Options in Mediation

Routing
Routing Types
Using Routes: Simple and XPath
Rule Cases
Rule Variables
Rule Variable Values
Defining Rule Conditions
XPATH Routing
Defining Rule Conditions
Converting to XPATH Route
Routing and Transformation
Handling Outputs and Faults
Virtualization Binding
Dynamic Routing
Composite Perspective for Dynamic Routing
Implementing Dynamic Routing

curriculum_moduleUsing Mediation for Data Enrichment

Data Enrichment Concepts
Querying a Database
Using a JDBC Shared Resource
Invoking Other Operations
Bypassing a Target Service
Exchanging Data Between Paths
Using an Exchange Schema
XML Tasks

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