This Biztalk Server 2016 Developers training course is a long standing favourite with JBI clients - delegates report that it "hits the spot" in terms of relevance to the real world scenarios they encounter in commercial environments.
At JBI you will be taught by consultants who use BizTalk day, in day out. Building on top of the standard Microsoft BizTalk Development course you will be given valuable insights into how best to use BizTalk and best practices to follow.
The course will look at Biztalk's core architecture, which is based on XML and the .NET Framework, WCF and Web services. You will alerted to areas which may cause issues in some scenarios.
At the end of the course not only will you understand how to use all the features but feel well equipped enough to embark upon your first integration solution using BizTalk Server.
Developers (eg. C#, Java) wishing to learn to develop and deploy Enterprise Biztalk 2016 solutions
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