BizTalk is an integral part of the Windows Server System family, and is designed to facilitate integration between business systems.
With its core architecture based on XML and the .NET Framework, WCF & Web service support is tightly woven into BizTalk 2010.
New features in BizTalk 2010 include ESB Guidance v2 (ESB Guidance 2.0 includes ESB usage patterns, enhanced itinerary processing, itinerary modeling using visual Domain Specific Language (DSL) tools, a pluggable resolver-adapter pack, and an improved ESB management portal), Managed Services Engine, .NET 4.0, New Web Services Registry (UDDI 3.), two new adapters for Oracle E-Business Suites and SQL Server, WCF WebSphere MQ channel & updated platform support for the most recent versions of CICS, IMS, CICS HTTP transport, and DB2. There is increased support for UDM cubes and scalable real-time aggregations for use with Business Intelligence platforms such as PerformancePoint.
This course aims to provide students with the solid experience and know-how to develop and deploy enterprise-class Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010 solutions. Students using Biztalk 2009 will find this course suitable, as much of the technology is generic and very similar in both versions.
This instructor-led course will provide the knowledge and skills required by BizTalk Server application developers to allow them to design and build the next generation of business integrated solutions using Biztalk Server.
The course will contain a substantial amount of Hands-On work. Delegates will be introduced to topics during theory sessions and these will be followed by lab exercises relating to the topic. Delegates will work on practical exercises which will reflect commercial scenarios.
This course has been developed for real-world, commercial scenarios by our expert instructors. See below for detailed syllabus. If you have a technical question, please email email@example.com@jbinternational.co.uk
BizTalk Server 2010 Training Course Outline
minimal XML and .Net knowledge essential to BizTalk projects.
Introduction to BizTalk Server 2010
Introduces the main artefacts of BizTalk Server 2010, the concept of Service Oriented Architecture, WCF & Web services.
Creating and Configuring Schemas
shows you how to use the improved Schema Generation Wizard to create XML and flat file schemas. It also includes managing property schemas and distinguishing and promoting properties
Creating a Schema Map
shows you how to create maps and use standard and scripting functoids to perform mapping operations.
shows you how to implement standard pipelines that come with BizTalk 2010 .
shows you how to configure a variety of adaptors including File, Sharepoint, FTP, POP3, SMTP, SQL adaptors to receive and send messages.
Configuring BizTalk Messaging
shows you how to implement a message integration solution.
Deploying and Testing a BizTalk Solution
shows you how to deploy the assemblies to BizTalk servers that will host the application.
Tracking BizTalk Message Activity
shows you how to use the BizTalk Administration tool to monitor and debug message activity.
Creating a BizTalk Orchestration
shows you use the BizTalk Orchestration Designer to define business processes. Also includes introduction to orchestration debugger and mapping multiple messages.
Creating Business Transactions
shows you how to create orchestrations that include atomic and long-running transaction and exception handling capabilities. Also includes how to implement compensation and optimising orchestration.
Consuming and Publishing WCF and Web Services
shows you how to call a WCF or a Web service from within an orchestration and how to publish an orchestration as a Web service.
Integrating with SQL Server
shows you how to send and receive messages from SQL server using SQL adaptor.
Configuring SMTP and POP3
adaptors show you how to send and receive email messages within BizTalk
Integrating with Windows Share Point Server
shows you how publish and consume files with WSS through WSS adaptor. It also includes introduction to InfoPath and creating custom pipelines.
Using the BizTalk Rules Engine
Shows you how to incorporate the BizTalk Rules Engine into your orchestrations and get the benefits of being able to dynamically change your business logic. Develop your own rules using the business rules composer