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This course will utilize interactive lecture & case study scenarios to illustrate the concepts of SOA systems, development of Service-Oriented applications, how SOMA design techniques are implemented & the integration of enterprise components...

Course Outline
This course will utilize interactive lecture and case study scenarios to illustrate the concepts of SOA systems, development of Service-Oriented applications, how SOMA design techniques are implemented and the integration of enterprise components. Additionally, we illustrate the differences techniques used vs. OOAD processes, SOA requirements gathering, identifying services and processes, development of process modeling using BPM and BPEL, depict the four stages of SOAD, depict the SOA patterns, depict integration of BPM and Use Cases, identify services, define service implementation, service design, locate Classes and relationships from Use Cases, integrating UML class notation, usage of interface and data mapping, illustrate BPEL modeling concepts (Partners, variables, scope, etc), integrate advanced BPEL concepts, use of integration patterns. This course utilizes intricate sets of various case studies to demonstrate the capabilities of design diagrams and various testing strategies.

Objectives At the end of this course, students will be able to:
• Understand the SOA Architecture
• Depict the role of Web services and corresponding client interaction
• Define the four major stages of SOAD
• Compare SOA to OOAD processes
• Define SOA patterns
• Depict SOA requirements gathering
• Define process modeling using BPM and BPEL
• Integrate Use Cases and BPM
• Illustrate service implementations
• Depict service design methodology
• Develop classes and relationships from Use Cases
• Integrate UML class notation
• Depict interface and data mapping
• Define BPEL modeling components
• Demonstrate advanced BPEL and WS concepts (State, Human interaction, etc)
• Use of integration patterns

Topics • Introduction to SOA
• SOA Fundamentals
• Service-Oriented Analysis & Design (SOAD) Introduction
• SOMA Approach
• Business Modeling and Use Cases
• Service Identification
• Service Design and Implementation
• Business Process Implementation
• SOMA Modeling
• Advanced Process Modeling
• Modeling Integration Patterns

Audience This course is designed for application architects, application developers, project managers and other professionals that will be designing SOA applications.

Course Outline I. Introduction to SOA
A. Service Oriented Architecture
1. UDDI Registries
2. Service Requestor
3. Web Service
B. B2C vs B2B
C. Defining XML
D. Defining SOAP
1. Architecture
2. Messages
E. Web Services Descriptive Language (WSDL)
1. Definition
2. Usage

II. SOA Fundamentals
A. Illustrate rise of SOA applications
B. Depict the role of Web services in SOA environment
C. Define components of SOA architecture
D. Understand roles of individuals and products
E. Depict the role of modeling in SOA
F. Discuss physical components
1. Web Services
2. Enterprise Service Bus
3. Process Server
G. SOA Layers
1. Operational
2. Enterprise
3. Services
4. Choreography
5. Presentation

III. Service-Oriented Analysis & Design (SOAD) Introduction
A. How OOAD principles apply to SOAD
B. Applying OOAD Principles
1. Abstraction
2. Abstraction in SOAD
3. Encapsulation
4. Encapsulation in SOAD
5. Modularity
6. Modularity in SOAD
7. Hierarchy
C. Hierarchy in SOAD
D. Define SOAD principles
1. Services are reusable
2. Adherence to contracts
3. Loose coupling with consumers
4. Hiding external logic and data structure
5. Service autonomy
6. Stateless services
7. Composable services in a business process
8. Services are discoverable and dynamically bindable
E. The SOAD Methodology Steps
1. Stage 1 - Process Modeling
2. Stage 2 – Service Identification
3. Stage 3 – Service Design & Implementation
4. Stage 4 - Process Implementation

IV. SOMA Approach
A. Top-Down
B. Business driven
C. Goal-Service Modeling
D. Evolution of EAI

V. Business Modeling and Use Cases
A. How OOAD principles apply to SOAD
B. Define SOAD principles
C. Defining BPM
D. Benefits of BPM
E. Integrating SOA into BPM
1. Notation specification
2. Behavior modeling
3. Process activity sequencing
F. Illustrating Use Cases
G. Discovering Actors
1. Identity
2. Issues
H. Uncover cases
1. Scenario driven
2. Actor/Responsibility
3. Aggregation
4. Decomposition
I. Prioritization
J. Templates
K. Refactoring
L. Use Case Relationships
1. Uses
2. Extends
3. UML usage
M. Use Case and Business Processes

VI. Service Identification
A. Identifying Services
B. Produce Service Specification
C. Functional Areas of The Business (Subsystems)
D. Define Services belonging to Functional areas
E. Functionalities of these Services
F. Documenting Service hierarchy
G. Role of WSDL files

VII. Service Design and Implementation
A. Service Design basics
1. XML schema
a. Ports
b. Port types
c. Bindings
d. Messages
e. Types
a. Header
b. Body
c. Attachments
B. Stage design goals
C. Service development
D. Top-down design
E. Finding classes from Use Cases
F. Finding relationships form Use Cases
G. Class Diagram
H. Class Notation in UML
I. Top Down Summary
J. Bottom Up Development
1. Legacy system adapters
2. Creating a service based on adapters
K. Data Mapping
L. Interface Mapping

VIII. Business Process Implementation
A. Business Process diagrams
B. Integration with business process management
C. Business process standards
D. BPEL concepts
1. Partners
2. Endpoints
3. Activities
4. Variables
5. Data handling
6. Correlation

IX. SOMA Modeling
A. Consumer View
1. Service Identification
2. Categorization
3. Exposure
4. Choreography
5. QoS
B. Provider View
1. Component Identification
2. Specification
3. Realization
4. Management
5. Standards/Governance
C. SOMA Methodology
1. Identification
a. Domain decomposition
b. Goal-service modeling
c. Existing system analysis
2. Specification
a. Component flow
b. Data
c. Rules
d. Services
e. Variations
3. Information specification
4. Service Specification
a. Service flow
b. Message flow
5. Realization
a. Service allocation to component
b. Mediators
c. Façade
d. Rule objects
e. Factories
f. Component layer

X. Advanced Process Modeling
A. Error Handling
B. Modeling Faults
C. Compensation
D. Transaction Management
E. Sub-process modeling'
F. Human interaction

XI. Modeling Integration Patterns
A. Defining eBusiness Integration Patterns
1. Business
2. Integration
3. Application
4. Runtime
B. Business patterns
1. Self Service
2. Collaboration
3. Information aggregation
4. Extended Enterprise
C. Integration Patterns
1. Process
2. Application
Prerequisites & Certificates

Students should have a basic understanding of application development either as a developer, project manager or end client.

Certificates offered

Certificate of completion

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I took the training remotely so I cannot comment on some of the questions. I think that this seminar has too much content to squeeze it into one week.... might be better as a two week course?
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found the material very helpful - although there was a lot of material covered - the pace was well set. Would definitely recommend people to have explored Microsoft Access beforehand to be familiarized with the program before taking the course. I would imagine someone without any exposure would find it confusing. Environment really good - people very, very nice and helpful. Would definitely take the next level of access with the same training facility.
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I was not in the physical classroom. Feedback centered around online training would be good because now I have to rate items that I was not present for. Those items are getting half a star because I was not there to rate them. The course material must go through an editing process. There are a lot of grammar mistakes, but also a lot of actual procedure/activity mistakes.
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