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The goal of this course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills that are required to develop Extensible Markup Language (XML) Web services-based solutions to solve common problems in the distributed application domain.


 
Course Outline
The goal of this course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills that are required to develop Extensible Markup Language (XML) Web services-based solutions to solve common problems in the distributed application domain. The course focuses on using Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET and Microsoft ASP.NET to enable students to build, deploy, locate, and consume Web services. 

Audience This course is intended for experienced software developers who have previously built component-based applications.

At Course Completion After completing the course, students will be able to:
    * Explain how Web services solve problems encountered with traditional approaches to designing distributed applications.
    * Describe the architecture of a Web services-based solution.
    * Describe the underlying technologies of Web services and explain how to use the Microsoft .NET Framework to implement them.
    * Implement a Web service consumer by using Visual Studio .NET.
    * Implement a simple Web service by using Visual Studio .NET.
    * Publish and deploy a Web service.
    * Secure a Web service.
    * Implement caching in a Web service.
    * Evaluate the trade-offs and issues that are involved in designing a real-world Web service.
    * Implement nonstandard Web services such as Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) screen scraping and aggregating Web services.

Student Materials
    * Exam 70-310: Developing XML Web Services and Server Components with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework
    * Exam 70-320: Developing XML Web Services and Server Components with Microsoft Visual C# .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework

Course Outline Module 1: The Need for XML Web Services This module provides students with an understanding of the problem space that Web services address. The module compares various approaches to implementing distributed applications. Because the Web services in this course are implemented by using Microsoft ASP.NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework, alternate options for implementing distributed applications by using the .NET Framework are discussed to better define what kinds of solutions Web services are appropriate for.

After completing this module, you will be able to explain how Web services emerged as a solution to the problems with traditional approaches to designing distributed applications. This includes:
    * Describing the evolution of distributed applications.
    * Identifying the problems with traditional distributed application architectures and technologies.
    * Describing Web services and briefly explaining how they address the design problems in traditional distributed applications.
    * Listing the alternate options for distributed application development.
    * Identifying the kinds of scenarios where Web services are an appropriate solution.

Module 2: XML Web Service Architectures This module broadly describes the service-oriented architecture, which is a conceptual architecture. Then, the module explains the roles and how Web service architectures are a type of service-oriented architecture.

After completing this module, you will be able to describe the architecture of a Web services-based solution. This includes:
    * Identifying how Web service architectures are a type of service-oriented architecture.
    * Describing the elements of a Web service architecture and explaining their roles.
    * Describing the Web service programming model.

Module 3: The Underlying Technologies of XML Web Services After completing this module, you will be able to describe the underlying technologies of Web services and explain how to use the .NET Framework to implement Web services by using these technologies. This includes:
    * Describing the structures of an HTTP request and response.
    * Issuing HTTP POST and GET requests and processing the responses by using the .NET Framework.
    * Describing data types by using the XML Schema Definition language (XSD).
    * Explaining how to control the way a .NET Framework object is serialized to XML.
    * Describing the structures of a Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) request and response.
    * Issuing a SOAP request and processing the response by using the .NET Framework.

Module 4: Consuming XML Web Services After completing this module, you will be able to implement a Web service consumer by using Visual Studio .NET. This includes:
    * Explaining the structure of a Web Service Description Language (WSDL) document.
    * Explaining the Web services discovery process.
    * Locating service contracts by using Disco.exe.
    * Generating Web service proxies by using Wsdl.exe.
    * Implementing a Web service consumer by using Visual Studio .NET.
    * Invoking a Web service synchronously and asynchronously by using a Web service proxy.

Module 5: Implementing a Simple XML Web Service This module provides students with the skills that are required to implement and debug a Web service by using Visual Studio .NET. This includes:
    * Creating a Web service project.
    * Implementing Web service methods, exposing them, and controlling their behavior.
    * Managing state in an ASP.NET-based Web service.
    * Debugging Web services.

Module 6: Publishing and Deploying XML Web Services This module teaches students how to deploy and publish Web services and locate Web services by using the Microsoft Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) software development kit (SDK). A local development UDDI registry is used in the demonstrations for this module, but the mechanics of publishing and finding Web services is no different on the public UDDI registry nodes.

After completing this module, you will be able to publish and deploy a Web service. This includes:
    * Explaining the role of UDDI in Web services.
    * Publishing a Web service in a UDDI registry by using the UDDI SDK.
    * Searching a UDDI registry to locate Web services by using the UDDI SDK.
    * Explaining the various options for publishing a Web service on an intranet.
    * Explaining some of the options for modifying the default configuration of a Web service.

Module 7: Securing XML Web Services This module teaches students how to use the security services of the Microsoft Windows® operating system, Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS), and the.NET Framework and common language runtime to secure Web services.

After completing this module, you will be able to secure a Web service. This includes:
    * Identifying the differences between authentication and authorization.
    * Explaining how to use the security mechanisms that Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) and Windows provide for authentication.
    * Using SOAP headers for authentication in a Web service.
    * Using role-based security and code access security for authorization in a Web service.
    * Encrypting the communication between a Web service consumer and a Web service.

Module 8: Designing XML Web Services This module teaches students which design issues to consider when designing real-world Web services. The issues discussed are related to data type constraints, performance, reliability, versioning, deployment in Internet Service Provider (ISP) and Application Service Provider (ASP) scenarios, and aggregating Web services. The module also discusses HTML screen scraping as a pseudo Web service.

After completing this module, you will be able to evaluate the trade-offs and issues that are involved in designing a real-world Web service. This includes:
    * Identifying the restrictions that are imposed on data types by the various Web services protocols.
    * Explaining how the use of Application and Session state can affect the performance and scaling of Web services.
    * Explaining how to use output and data caching to improve Web service performance.
    * Implementing caching in a Web service.
    * Explaining how asynchronous Web service methods can improve performance.
    * Explaining the need for instrumenting Web services.
    * Identifying the components of a Web service that can be versioned.
    * Explaining how to implement a virtual Web service by using screen scraping.
    * Implementing a Web service that uses multiple Web services.
    * Identifying the trade-offs in the techniques that are used for exposing aggregated Web services.

Module 9: Global XML Web Services Architecture This module teaches students how to use the security services of the Microsoft Windows operating system, IIS, and the .NET Framework and common language runtime to secure Web services.

After completing this module, you will be able to:
    * Describe limitations inherent to the specifications with which today’s Web services are built.
    * Describe the design principles and specifications of Global XML Web services Architecture (GXA).
    * Describe Web service application scenarios made possible by Web Services Routing Protocol (WS-Routing) and Web Services Referral Protocol (WS-Referral).
    * Explain how to use Web Services Security Language (WS-Security) and Web Services License Language (WS-License) to perform authentication and authorization for Web services.
    * Design Web services that anticipate and can leverage the features that GXA will offer when released.
Prerequisites & Certificates
Pre-Requisites

Before attending this course, students must have: * Familiarity with C# or Microsoft Visual Basic® .NET. * Programming in C++, Java, or Microsoft Visual Basic. * An understanding of how to read and write XML documents. * Experimented with simple C# applications. * Developed distributed applications by using Visual Basic, Java, or C++.

Certificates offered

Certificate of completion


Cancellation Policy
10 business day cancellation policy. if the course is confirmed and the student cancels within 10 days of the course, then they get charged and apply a credit for future courses. If they cancel outside of 10 business days, then there are no charges at all.
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I realize that we are constantly dealing with technology, but I still think for a registration fee of almost $3,000, that a hardcover book should be included. I know that the option to print the book on a one-time basis exists.
Reviewed by 2016
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Reviewed by 2016
The instructor was very knowledgeable and answered all questions. Jarod did an excellent job presenting.
Reviewed by 2015
The room was cold. I had to sit next to the space heater. It would be good to tell future patrons to dress warmly AHEAD of time. No suprises.
Reviewed by 2015
He was great and offered his contact info for further questions.
Reviewed by 2015
Howard was a fantastic instructor and the course was exactly what I required.
Reviewed by 2014
The trainer was excellent - the course exceeded my expectations.
Reviewed by 2014
This course provides an excellent overview and a bit of practice on the various functions of SharePoint 2013. I was disappointed at the number of exceedingly long breaks given after each module. I would have preferred less break time and more content to the course. Having never taken a SharePoint course with another provider, I don't know if this is the norm with all providers of just this one in particular.
Reviewed by 2014
I ranked the "Use of Technology" low because for Users who were remote the VM's that were setup were a little wonky. Could be very slow at times and then sometimes they needed to be refreshed to work properly with the lab. In some instances we couldn't follow along as replication would not occur fast enough and we would have our lab cut short (for us remote Users).
Reviewed by 2014
The instructor was good at remembering to acknowledge the online students even though he was facing a classroom of students also.
Reviewed by 2014
Insructor was not so good with the live examples. Also the handouts was not so useful
Reviewed by 2013
The trainer was excellent, very knowledgeable and had a lot of valuable experience to share. The problem was that there were way too many workshops that took too long and interfered with getting the maximum benefit from the instructor and the course.
Reviewed by 2013
This was quite informative. It was a great opportunity to have ‘real life’ discussions with certified PMs. The instructor had excellent examples and was able to share his PM experiences with us with concrete examples. In addition, this was a great opportunity to network with private sector/public sector PMs and develop a better appreciation of PM on both sides of the fence. Cheers, CL
Reviewed by 2013
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Reviewed by 2013
I did not like the video format
Reviewed by 2013
As a remote attendee, it appeared the instructor paid attention to the "Attendee" and "Chat" windows only a few times throughout the day, so I was not confident that he would see if I sent a message or raised my hand during the course.
Reviewed by 2013
The chairs were not very comfortable and the material contained spelling and grammatical error (a few but still)as well as repetition of words.
Reviewed by 2013
Was a bit slow the last 1/2 day. Of course, for some, this was the last of a 4 day course (not just 2 days).
Reviewed by 2013
I really enjoyed the course and I learned a lot. The pace was excellent.
Reviewed by 2013
good!
Reviewed by 2013
The room was excellent on its own - less distraction and no noise around you. There was no direction to the room when I walked in and therefore was not sure if I was heading in the right direction. We were not provided with the direction that there was coffee and fridge on the 3rd floor, and the bathroom floor was dirty.
Reviewed by 2012
This course was great, very informative, had Lionel as instructor and he was also very good.
Reviewed by 2012
Instructor was eager to assist but lacked subject matter expertise. Course time management was very poor. Content provided could have been delivered effectively in a one day course.
Reviewed by 2012
Good Course, good trainer. All questions addressed equally and in a timely professional manner.
Reviewed by 2011
The course content was interesting; however, the instructor didn't have enough knowledge about Microsoft Sharepoint 2010 Development and wasn't able to answer questions without google search. In the future CTE needs to make sure the instructors have real on-hands experience and are highly trained in the technologies they are supposed be teaching.
Reviewed by 2011
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