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    • WA1536 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Immersion Bootcamp for .NET Training and Courseware The chief goal of this class is to teach how to build a SOA application from ground up. It covers the full lifecycle of a SOA project - requirements gathering, design, implementation and testing. If you are getting started with SOA development, this class offers a wonderful opportunity for your development team to get a concrete idea for how a SOA application is built. The course consists of both pen and paper labs and hands-on labs using Microsoft BizTalk to build, test and run SOA applications. Note: We can offer the labs using other platforms such as BEA WebLogic or IBM WebSphere. Please ask your sales representative for your customization needs. Topics • What is SOA and why we need this approach. • Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)). • How Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) is achieved using SOA. • How to capture requirements for a SOA project. • How to perform analysis and design. • How to implement services and business processes. • Technical details of XML schema, SOAP and WSDL. • How to test SOA applications. Audience .NET developers who are responsible for developing SOA based application integration solutions. Architects who will like to get hands on practical experience developing a full SOA application from start to finish. For a more in-depth SOA architecture related training, please use WA1471 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) for Architects. Prerequisites Basic .NET development skills. Beginner level knowledge of XML. Duration Five Days.
    • WA1536 SOA Immersion Bootcamp .NET Edition Training and Courseware Course Outline 1. SOA Fundamentals • Objectives • Defining SOA • SOA as an Alignment Strategy • The SOA Umbrella • What s a Service? • Service Actors • Serving up SOA • Business Process Management • BPM & Workflow • SOA Governance • SOA Governance Model • SOA Job Role Impact • Services Please! • SOA Re-Organization • What makes a good design? • Is this a New Concept? • Service Orienting the Enterprise • Service Oriented Thinking • SOA is Perfect NOT! • Service Characteristics • When do I need a service? • About Services in SOA • Contract-driven software • SOA Standards • Summary 2. Layers of Services • Objectives • What is Layering? • SOA Layers ... • Data Storage Layer • Application Logic Layer • Adapter Layer • Application Service Layer • Business Service Layer • Orchestration Layer • Aux: Data Service Layer • Aux: Security Service Layer • Layering Concepts • Layering Rules of Thumb ... • Layering Rules of Thumb • In Review ... • Summary
    • 3. SOA Value Proposition • Objectives • The SOA Value Proposition • Reducing integration expense • Integration costs illustration • Ripple effect of changes • The value of SOA layering • SOA reduces integration costs • Increasing Asset Reuse • SOA Economics / ROI • Asset Reuse Illustration • Service reuse vs object reuse • Increasing business agility • Business Agility Illustration • Traditional EAI Approach • Problems with Traditional EAI Approach • Change Flow Using Legacy Approach • SOA Agility • Build the Services • Build the Process • We Can Easily Change the Process • Reducing business risk • Risk reduction illustration • SOA Eases Compliance Risk • Other Advantages • Business Advantages • Hasn t this been said before? • Hasn t this been said before? • ROI Quantification Hurdles • Real World SOA Example 1 • Real World SOA Example 2 • Real World SOA Example 3 • Real World SOA Example 4 • Summary 4. Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) • Objectives • SOA and the ESB Pattern • Loose Coupling • Service Invocation • Business Process • Data Integration • Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) • Legacy System Integration • Unsupported Protocol • The Role of ESB in SOA • ESB: Software Artifacts • ESB - Software Artifacts • Business Process
    • • Business Process: Example • Minimum ESB Capabilities • Minimum ESB Capabilities: Integration • Minimum ESB Capabilities: Communication • Minimum ESB Capabilities: Service Interaction • Minimum ESB Capabilities: Management • Security and ESB • Summary • BizTalk 2006 as an ESB 5. Microsoft Software Platform for SOA • Objectives • Software Tools for SOA • The Need for a Tool • SOA Development Iteration • Runtime Products for SOA • Microsoft Software Offering • Other MS Software Options • MS Internet Information Server • Microsoft Message Queue • Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 • Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) • Summary 6. Introduction to Biztalk Server 2006 Developer Tools 7. SOA Service Life Cycle • Objectives • SOA Adoption • Adoption Stages • Managing Services • SOA Service Life Cycle Overview • SOA s Circle of Life • Discovery Phase • Analysis & Design Phase • Implementation Phase • Deployment Phase • Monitor Phase • Retirement Phase • Summary 8. Introduction to Service Oriented Analysis & Design (SOAD) • Objectives • Introduction to SOAD • Applying OOAD Principles • Abstraction
    • • Abstraction in SOAD • Encapsulation • Encapsulation in SOAD • Modularity • Modularity in SOAD • Hierarchy • Hierarchy in SOAD • Why OOAD Is Not Enough • Granularity • The Need for Loose Coupling • The SOAD Methodology • The SOAD Methodology Steps • Stage 1: Requirements Gathering & Process Modeling • Stage 2: Service Identification • Stage 3: Service Implementation • Stage 4: Process Implementation • SOAD Stages and SOA Lifecycle • Summary 9. SOA Case Study • Objectives • What is a Case Study? • Case Study Background • Additional Background • The Problem Statement • Status Quo Issues • Status Quo Issues (continued) • Opportunities • How Can SOA Help? • Example Solution Snippet • Summary 10. Stage 1: Business Modeling and Use Cases • Objectives • Stages of SOAD • Where are We in SOA Lifecycle? • Stage 1: Business Process Modeling • Basic Concepts • SOA and Business Process Model • Before You Get Started • Process Modeling Steps • Business Process Use Cases • Return Handling Use Case • Modeling the Business Processes • Use Case and Business Process • The Return Handling Process Model • Return Handling Process Model • Trading Partner Design Pattern • The UML Alternative
    • • Best Practices • Summary 11. Stage 2: Service Identification • Objectives • Stages of SOAD • Where are We in the SOA Lifecycle? • Stage 2: Service Identification • The Service Model • Developing a service model • Service Model Example #1 • Service Model Example #2 • Service Model Example #3 • Service model granularity • SOAD Stage 2 Process • Identifying Services • Service Identification Check • Specify the Service Interface • Specify The Process Interface • Identify Services from UC001 Return Handling • Identify Services from UC001 Return Handling • Identify Services from UC001 Return Handling (continued) • Service Contract Template • Service Contract Template Part 2 • Service Contract Template Part 3 • Service Design Best Practices • Summary • Service Specification in BizTalk • More on Port Types 12. XML Programming • Objectives • XML Overview • Data and Document Structure • An Employee Document • Tags • First XML Document • Markup Languages • What is XML ? • Why XML? • An Example of XML Document • Well-Formed v. Valid XML Document • Enforcing Validity: DTDs • Presentation Style • Sections of an XML Document • XML Elements • Nesting and Hierarchy of XML Elements • Tag Attributes • Naming Rules
    • • Namespaces • Using Namespaces • Java API for XML • The XML Example • Example SAX Handler • Example: Begin Parsing • Once Again with Namespace • Using DOM to Parse • With Namespace Enabled • Example: Build DOM Document • Example: Save DOM Document in a File • Persisting XML • Summary 13. XML Schema Basics • Objectives • What is an XML Schema? • Role of XML Schema in SOA • Creating a Schema File • Defining a Simple Element • Defining a Complex Element • Defining Element Attributes • Referring to an Element From Another Element • Defining Abstract Data Types • Adding Restrictions • Referring to a Schema from an XML Document • Validating the XML Against the Schema • Summary 14. Web services Description Language (WSDL) • Objectives • WSDL Overview • WSDL Document Tags • WSDL Namespaces • Sample WSDL Document Structure • <definitions> • <import> • <types> • <message> • <portType> • <operation> • One-way <operation> • Request-Response <operation> • Solicit-Response <operation> • Notification <operation> • Modeling Simple Operation • Modeling Complex Operation • Modeling Complex Message • <binding>
    • • More on <binding> • <binding> Syntax • SOAP Binding Example • <service> and <port> • More on <port> • WSDL SOAP Binding Extensions • soap:binding • soap:operation • RPC or Document Style? • WSDL API for Java • Summary 15. Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) • Objectives • SOAP Overview • SOAP in Protocol Stack • SOAP Components • SOAP HTTP Request Example • SOAP HTTP Response Example • Message Envelope • The Header Element • Header Attributes • SOAP Body • SOAP Fault • Communication Style • RPC/Encoded Style • RPC/Literal Style • Enabling RPC Styles • Document/Literal Style • Document/Literal Wrapped Style • Details of the Wrapped Style • Enabling Document Literal Style • Summary 16. Stage 3: Service Design and Implementation • Objectives • Stages of SOAD • Where are We in the SOA Lifecycle? • Introduction • How Is a Service Developed? • Top Down Development • Web Service Implementation Choices • Apply OOAD in New Service Development • Top-Down Summary • Bottom-Up Development • Bottom-Up Technology Choices (Java) • Example: JCA-Based Service • Example: JAX-WS Service • Bottom-Up Technology Choices (.NET)
    • • Example: ASMX Service • Example: Adapter-Based Service • Data Mapping • Interface Mapping • Implementing the Services for UC001 Return Handling • Best Practices • Summary 17. Web Services Software Development Methodology • Objectives • Need for a Software Methodology in Web Services • The Software Lifecycle • Software Lifecycle • Service Provider • Provider: Green Field • Provider: Top-down • Provider: Bottom-up • Provider: Meet in the Middle • The Service Requester • Summary 18. Stage 4: Business Process Implementation • Objectives • Stages of SOAD • Where are We in the SOA Lifecycle? • Basics • Business Process Diagram • Challenges in Process Implementation • Challenges in Process Implementation • BPEL • Variables • Partnership • Example: A Buy-Sell Partnership • Modeling Partnership in BPEL • Simple Activities • Invoke Activity • Structured Activities • Lifecycle of Process Development • Lifecycle of Process Development • Phase II Process Definition Details • Phase III Compilation Details • Phase IV Deployment Details • Phase V Business Process Execution • What Is a Good Process Design? • Follow Integration Patterns • Example: A Simple Process • Additional Process Design Considerations • Summary • XLANG and BPEL
    • 19. SOA Security • The Challenges • Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) • Digital Signature • Certificates • Overview of Web Services Security • SOAP Message Security • Message Integrity • Message Confidentiality • Symmetric Encryption Example • Authentication Using Identity Token • Authentication • Transport Level Security • Audit Tracking • Identity Assertion Using SAML • SAML SOAP Example 20. Introduction to SOA Testing 21. Unit Testing SOA Components • Introduction • Unit Testing a Web Service • Other Types of Services • Verification Scenarios • Unit Testing Guidance • Unit Testing SOA Components • More Details Testing Data Maps • Data Map Test Guidance • More Details Business Process • Unit Testing Business Process • Business Process Test Guidance • Human workflow • Unit Test Human Interface • Human Interface Test Guidance • White Box Testing 22. Integration Test • Introduction • Types of Integration Tests • The Governance Aspect • Component Ownership • Setting Up a Service Integration Test System • Setting Up a Process Integration Test System • Creating a Script To Test a Service • Running a Test Case for a Service • Creating a Business Process Test Script
    • • Running a Test Case for a Process 23. Non-Functional Testing • Introduction • Performance Testing • Security Testing • Common Web Service Attacks • Interoperability Testing • WS-Interoperability • Interoperability Testing a Service • Interoperability Testing a Business Process • .NET Interoperability • Process State Persistence Testing • Process Versioning Testing 24. Governance Fundamentals • Objectives • The Strategic Role of IT • Governing IT • IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) • ITIL: Managing IT Activities • ICT Infrastructure Management (ICTIM) • ICTIM Processes • Control Objectives for Information and related Technology (COBIT) • Need for SOA Governance • SOA Governance • SOA Governance Adoption • Key Governance Relationships • SOA Governance Elements • SOA Governance Procedures • Recommended Procedures • More Recommended Procedure • SOA Governance Policies • Enterprise Policies • Business Policies • Service Policies • SOA Governance Metrics • More SOA Governance Metrics • Some Best Practices • Relevant Standards Work • OASIS SOA-RM • Reference Model in Context • OASIS SOA-RA • Summary 25. SOA Patterns • Objectives • Patterns: Introduction
    • • SOA Patterns • Messaging Channel Patterns • Messaging Channel Patterns for SOA • Messaging Channel Patterns • Messaging Channel Patterns for SOA • Messaging Channel Patterns • Message Type Pattern • Deferred Response in SOA • Message Routing Patterns • Message Routing Patterns in SOA • Message Transformation Patterns • Message Transformation Patterns in SOA • Summary 26. SOA Antipatterns • Objectives • What are Antipatterns? • Technology-driven SOA Adoption • So What's New? • SOA Is the Cure All • Web Service is SOA • The Silo Approach • Fine Grained Service • Point-to-Point Communication • Stateful Services • Summary Appendix B. Introduction to UDDI • Objectives • UDDI Overview • UDDI in Web Services Architecture • UDDI • Businesses and Services in UDDI • Static and Dynamic Web Services • UDDI Registry Structure • UDDI Registry Structure -tModel • UDDI Registry Structure • UDDI Interactions • UDDI in WebSphere • Summary