Course Details

An ESB provides the connectivity to implement a service-oriented architecture (SOA) and reducing the complexity of integrating applications. WebSphere ESB inherits the high availability and failover capability of the WebSphere Application Server. WebSphere ESB supports a variety of protocols such as JMS, MQ and EJB.

IBM WebSphere ESB Course Concepts

Integration Solution Design and Service Component Architecture (SCA) Programming Model

Identify Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) core components and their function in integration solution design, Apply the Service Component Architecture (SCA) programming model to an integration solution design, Organize modules into an effective project structure taking into consideration component reuse and application maintainability, Identify the relationship of WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus with related WebSphere products and other business process management products

Connectivity and Integration

Analyse connectivity requirements for integration solution designs Create and maintain assembly diagrams with the Assembly Diagram Editor, Explain the role of technology and application adapters in an integration solution, Configure inbound and outbound adapter bindings, Configure import and export bindings (e.g., JMS, MQ, Web Services, HTTP) and Stand-alone References, Demonstrate usage of synchronous and asynchronous invocation patterns

Component Development

Describe the Service Message Object (SMO) structure, Perform business object design using the Business Object Editor, Perform interface design using the Interface Editor, Configure dependencies for modules and libraries using the Module Dependency Editor, Perform map design using the mapping editors, Perform mediation flow development with the Mediation Flow Editor, Configure dynamic mediation modules (dynamic routing and mediation policy resolution), Implement the Custom Mediation primitive within a mediation flow, Design and implement appropriate error handling within a mediation flow, Analyze and configure Quality of Service qualifiers, Configure components to emit events and messages (Event Emitter primitive and Message Logger primitive)

Testing and Problem Determination

Configure the Component Test Project to create test cases, Configure and use the integrated test environment to test mediation modules and components, Use the integration test client for component testing such as data pool creation and test suite usage, Use debugging tools to troubleshoot components, Monitor events configured during mediation module design for problem determination, Identify and use appropriate server logs for application and deployment errors

Course Reviews


251 ratings
      • Tekslate has been one of the finest global online learning portals with clear information and learning. I attended the Apache Spark Certification training. The best part is that they have provided IDE ...
      • I have taken 2 instructor-led courses (SAP HANA and BO). The course contents were really rich, and trainers are experts in the technology fields. I would like to recommend the course to my colleagues ...
        Katelyn Thomas
      • After a great research on available online courses, I have decided to opt Tableau Training from Tekslate, am quiet satisfied with that. Coursework is well calibrated to make student more comfortable w ...
        Christinia Beth
      • I have enrolled last month, and finished the course... As a working professional, they given me an exposure to the domain, but also helped to learn the cross technologies and develop an inclination to ...
        Alison Benhar
    drop query

    Send us a Query

    Enroll into this course

    Register for Free Demo

    Three + 6

    Related Articles

    No Related Articles found


    Please leave a message and we'll get back to you soon.
    Three + 6