SOA 11G Online Training

Oracle SOA Suite 11g is integrated not only with the tools and capabilities provided by the suite itself, but also with external systems & applications. This enables an integrated platform from which customers can create enterprise solutions for a heterogeneous environment. And the integration of the SOA platform includes both components developed internally at Oracle and those brought in through acquisition. From a tooling perspective, Oracle enables a single, unified IDE with JDeveloper providing a rich set of design, analysis and development tools.

SOA 11G Online Training Course Content
  • Overview of Service Oriented Architecture(SOA)
    • SOA to a layman
    • Overview of SOA
    • Advantage in using SOA
    • Why is SOA 11g Important
    • Building Blocks of SOA
    • Overview of XML, XSD, Web-Services, SOAP, UDDI, WSDL
  • Modelling SOA : Service Component Architecture(SCA)
    • Principles of SOA
    • Introduction to Service Component Architecture
    • Building blocks of SCA
    • Overview of Oracle SOA Suite 11g
    • Introduction to Components of Oracle SOA Suite 11g
  • Weblogic Server 11g & SOA Topology
    • Overview of Weblogic server
    • Overview Weblogic Domains and Server instances
    • Overview of Oracle SOA Topology
    • Setting up Oracle SOA 11g Environment
  • Managing and Monitoring Composite Applications
    • Overview of Weblogic Console and Enterprise Manager
    • Setting up JDev for deploying Composite Applications
    • Deploying a Composite Application Using EM
    • Creating Partitions for grouping deployments
  • Working with Mediator Components
    • Introduction to the Mediator Component
    • Creating a Mediator Component
    • Adding Routing Rules
    • Create Content Based Routing filters
    • Create XSL Transformations with XSLT Mapper
  • Creating Adapter Services
    • Architecture of Technology Adapters
    • Pre-built technology Adapters in SOA Suite 11g
    • Working with a File Adapter
    • Configuring Datasources, ConnectionPools, JNDI
    • Working with a Database Adapter
  • Business Process Execution Language(BPEL)
    • Introduction to BPEL
    • Overview of the BPEL Component designer in Oracle SOA Suite 11g
    • Interaction Patterns in BPEL
    • Developing & Deploying a simple BPEL Process
    • Administer and Monitor BPEL processes in EM
  • Activities in BPEL Component Designer
    • Scopes & Variables in BPEL
    • Invocation Constructs in BPEL
    • Working with Parallel Flows
    • Conditional Branching
    • Exception Handling
    • Oracle Extension Activities
  • Orchestrating Services with BPEL
    • Invoking external services in BPEL
    • Overview of Partner Link
    • Orchestrate services through BPEL for a Synchronous Service
    • Orchestrate services through BPEL for an Asynchronous Service
  • Fault Handling and Exception Management
    • Events and Timeouts
    • Fault and Exception Handling
    • BPEL's exception Handling, various activities in it
    • Fault Management Framework
  • Event Delivery Network
    • Introduction to Event Delivery Network
    • Consuming Events from EDN.
    • Defining Events and using them.
  • Working with Notification Service
    • Notification service concepts
    • Adding and configuring a Notification Service
    • Configuring Notification via EMAIL
  • Human Workflow and Worklist Application
    • Human Workflow Service Concepts
    • Features of workflow service
    • Workflow service components
    • Modeling Workflows
    • Work list Application Features
  • Business Rule and Decision Tables
    • Introduction to Business Rules.
    • Introduction to Decision tables
    • Using Business Rules and Decision tables in BPEL
  • SOA Composite Applications Lifecycle
    • Lifecycle and its Importance
    • Development environment approach
    • Surfacing binding properties to composite Level
    • Generating and modifying Configuration Plans
    • Test Environment approach
    • Production approach
  • Data Handling and SDOs
    • Introduction to SDOs and Key Components
    • ADF Business Components –A Quick Primer
    • Creating ADF BC Application
    • Creating BCs
    • Testing Application Module
    • Creating Service Interfaces
    • Deploying the ADF BC Service.
    • Using ADF BC as a Service in BPEL
  • Working with BAM
    • Introduction to Oracle BAM
    • Features of Oracle BAM
    • Defining Data Object
    • Defining BAM Dashboard
    • Adding BAM Connection to application
    • Adding BAM Adapter to Application
    • Adding BAM Sensors to BPEL Process

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