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Course Details

The JBoss SOA ESB Service Implementation (JB431) course provides an overview of the JBoss SOA Platform and focuses on skills required to leverage the ESB. Designed for experienced Java EE developers, this course teaches the process for developing and deploying ESB services and providers. Students will enhance their ESB development skills while deploying and managing ESB services, like HTTP providers, JMS providers, transformation actions, and available built-in service actions. Through in-class investigation and hands-on labs, they will leave the class able to design, develop, deploy, and test ESB services in accordance with SOA design principles using JBoss Developer Studio and JBoss SOA Platform. Important note: This course emphasizes ESB development only and does not include tertiary development tasks that an SOA-P developer may need.

Audience

  • Developers
  • System Architects
  • Application Architects

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