Mountain View, California (EastBayDaily) — An enterprise service bus (ESB) serves as the backbone for any service-oriented architecture (SOA), addressing the integration demands of today’s connected businesses. WSO2 will present a three-day training course in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to help developers there gain a deeper understanding of WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (WSO2 ESB) technology and ESB implementation best practices.
The “WSO2 ESB for Developers – Fundamentals” course in Kuala Lumpur will run November 24-26, 2014. Attendees who complete the class will have the opportunity to become WSO2-certified for WSO2 ESB by taking an optional certification exam. For more information, visit http://wso2.com/training.
WSO2 ESB for Developers – Fundamentals
The course is designed for junior developers interested in becoming certified in WSO2 ESB technology. The session will begin by identifying the fundamental building blocks of a service-oriented architecture. It then will examine the role an ESB plays within a SOA. Key topics will include how to: Setup, start and shutdown WSO2 ESB. Load, run and understand WSO2 ESB samples. Create simple message flows for routing, filtering and transforming messages. Create proxy services and REST APIs for exposing simple Web services and applications. Integrate WSO2 ESB with message brokers for persistent and asynchronous messaging. Apply basic WS-Security principles to secure proxy services and APIs. Understand enterprise integration patterns (EIP) basics, and how WSO2 ESB can be used to implement them.
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