WebSphere Message Broker Training Agenda


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This document depicts the Training Material for IBM WebSphere Message Broker Application Development Course

Presentation Type: PowerPoint
Number of Slides: 602 + 63 (Installation Guide for WMB v8)
Total Labs Covered: 14
Total Self Study Courses: 10
Introduction coverage of topics: EAI, SOA, ESB and IBM WebSphere MQ.

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WebSphere Message Broker Training Agenda

  1. 1. IBM WEBSPHERE MESSAGE BROKER APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT Covers WMB v7 V Vijaya Raghava vvijayaraghava@hotmail.com Abstract This documents depicts the Training Material for IBM WebSphere Message Broker Application Development Course Presentation Type: PowerPoint Number of Slides: 602 + 63 (Installation Guide for WMB v8) Total Labs Covered: 14 Total Self Study Courses: 10
  2. 2. IBM WebSphere Message Broker Application Development 1 Training Pre-requisites  Attendees are expected to have an understanding of the following: Debugging in Rational Application Developer. XML Concepts including the following:  XML Syntax  XML Naming Conventions  Prolog  Processing Instructions  Comments  Document Type Definition  Elements  Attributes  Entities  XML Namespaces  Validation of XML Documents  XML Schema Web Services Concepts including SOAP, WSDL Protocols Including HTTP, HTTPs, SMTP, TCP/IP Good Programming Knowledge in Java Technologies
  3. 3. IBM WebSphere Message Broker Application Development 2 1. Application Integration What is an Application? Introduction to Application Integration Challenges and Issues Businesses facing today Point-to-Point Communication The Complexity of Application Integration Point-to-Point Communication – Consequences Enterprise Application Integration  Why EAI  Defining EAI  The Connectivity Challenge  Types of EAI  EAI Approach to Integration  EAI Benefits 2. Service Oriented Architecture Current Environment Service Oriented Architecture – Introduction Bridging the Gap between Business and IT: How? SOA Introduction What is SOA? SOA vs Traditional EAI Before and After SOA Why SOA? SOA Simplifies Connectivity Interfaces Value of SOA SOA is an evolutionary step Expanding SOA Footprint Principles of SOA Benefits of SOA Applying SOA Challenges 3. Enterprise Service Bus What is an Enterprise Service Bus? SOA with an ESB ESB Flexibility An ESB Gives SOA its full value Integrating business applications through an ESB
  4. 4. IBM WebSphere Message Broker Application Development 3 Two core principles of enabling flexibility Different kinds of ESB ESB Example – Healthcare Integration ESB Example – Retail ESB Example – Reservation System ESB Example – Role of ESB in an enterprise ESB Example – Role of ESB across different businesses Various Middleware Products in the Market Which Middleware Product to choose ??? 4. Introduction to WebSphere Message Broker WebSphere Message Broker Overview What is WMB WMB – Features Quick Tour Documentation WMB – Platform Support WMB – Database Support Comprehensive protocols, transports, data formats and processing WebSphere Message Broker Business Scenario  Mergers and Acquisitions Scenario WMB Architecture WebSphere Message Broker Capabilities  Message Routing  Interacting with External Systems and Resources  Message Broker -Transforms messages ‘in flight’  Message Transformation and Enrichment How do we connect applications? Enterprise Messaging Message Brokering Publish & Subscribe Publish & Subscribe Implementation Publish Subscribe Implementation – Example 1: Bus and Train Schedules Publish Subscribe Implementation – Example 2: Bus, Train, Plane Schedules Publish Subscribe – Other Examples  Magazine publishing  Airline departure notification WebSphere MQ Interoperability WMB Components - Overview Development Environment
  5. 5. IBM WebSphere Message Broker Application Development 4  Message Flows  Message Sets  Broker Application Perspective Runtime Environment  Broker  Execution Groups  Configuration Manager  Broker Domain  User Name Server  Broker Administration perspective WMB – Components revisited Interaction of Message Broker Main Components WebSphere Message Broker runtime architecture Usage Patterns with Message Broker 5. WebSphere MQ Explorer Introduction Capabilities Broker Properties Message Flow Properties Message Flow Revisited Predefined and self-defining messages Why Model Messages? Message Model Modeling Messages – Advantages Message Broker Parsers Message Processing Nodes Message Tree How the Message Tree is populated? Logical Tree Structure  Message tree structure  Environment tree structure  Local environment tree structure  Exception list tree structure Logical Tree Structure Example Message Flow Editor 6. WebSphere Message Broker Software – Components Message Broker Toolkit components Message Broker Toolkit – IDE Perspectives in Message Broker Toolkit
  6. 6. IBM WebSphere Message Broker Application Development 5 Resources in WebSphere Message Broker 7. WebSphere Message Broker – Built-in Nodes Message Flow Node Palette Node Types Message Node Components Built-in Nodes  WebSphere MQ  WebServices  HTTP  Routing  Transformation  Construction  Validation WebSphere Information Centre 8. Technical Introduction to WebSphere MQ Today’s Enterprise IT Environment Why Interfaces are so expensive to build and maintain? Service Oriented Architecture – Revisited WebSphere MQ – Universal Messaging Backbone WebSphere MQ connects virtually anything Did you know? Program-to-Program Communication How does WebSphere MQ Work? Synchronous Communication Model Asynchronous Communication Model Program-to-Program Communication Factors Three Styles of Communication WebSphere MQ Eliminates application network concerns. Local and Remote Queue Concept Message Queue Interface Message Queue Interface – Calls Message Composition Message Types Message Persistence Queue Queue Manager Message Queues Types Queues Expiry Message Broker User Roles
  7. 7. IBM WebSphere Message Broker Application Development 6 Deployment process using Message Broker Explorer Deployment Process using MQ Explorer Message Broker Queue Explorer WebSphere Message Broker Environments 9. Introduction to ESQL Prerequisites What is ESQL ESQL Overview & Concepts  Datatypes  Variables  Operators  Statements  Functions & Procedures  Field References  Modules  Reserved Words  Non Reserved Words Special Characters Managing ESQL files Writing ESQL files 10.Developing Message Applications using ESQL Messages in WebSphere Message Broker ESQL and ESQL Editor LAB 1 - Simple Hello World Application LAB 2: Bookstore Message Flow Application 11.Developing Message Flow Applications using Java The Java Compute Node Java and the Java editor in the Message Brokers Toolkit Inserting data into a database using a message flow Transforming a message from one XML structure to another LAB 3 - Simple Hello World Application LAB 4 - Connecting with Database (Bookstore Application) 12.Developing Message Flow Applications using Mappings Message Sets and Message Definitions The Message Set Editor The Message Definition Editor The Message Mapping Editor LAB 5 - Simple Hello World Application LAB 6 - Simple Mapping Concept
  8. 8. IBM WebSphere Message Broker Application Development 7 13.IBM WebSphere Message Broker – Installation, Startup Configurations Message Broker Installation Startup Configurations – Windows 7 Startup Configurations – Windows XP 14.Testing Message Flow Applications Creating Default Configuration Deleting Default Configuration Creating Broker Creating MQ Queues Linking Queues to the Message Flow Packaging Applications Deploying Applications to Broker Testing using Test Client Testing with SoapUI Interface Debugging Message Flow Applications 15.WebSphere Message Broker Samples WebSphere Message Broker Samples Application Samples  LAB 7 – Error Handler Sample (Self Study)  LAB 8 – Video Rental Sample (Self Study)  LAB 9 – Message Routing sample (Self Study)  LAB 10 – Airline Reservation Sample (Self Study) Technology Samples  LAB 11 – Message Transformation – Java Compute Node Sample (Self Study)  LAB 12 – Message Formats – XMLNSC Validation sample (Self Study)  LAB 13 – WebService – SOAP Nodes sample (Self Study)  LAB 14 – WebService – RESTful Web Service Using JSON sample (Self Study)  LAB 15 – Address Book Sample (Self Study) How to run Application / Technology Samples Application Samples: Airline Reservation Sample – Review 16.Troubleshooting & Problem Determination Locating Error Information  Event Messages  Messages within the Message Broker Toolkit  Diagnostic Messages 17.Documentation & References