BizTalk 2016 Developer Immersion Course Outline
Integration takes many forms, from simply moving files between an FTP site and a local file share, to complex trading partner connections using Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), and everything in between. BizTalk Server is Microsoft's flagship integration technology and is used by companies all over the world to solve integration problems big and small.
This course is designed to educate .NET developers on how to create enterprise-class integration solutions using Microsoft BizTalk Server. This intensive, yet entertaining and engaging, guided tour of BizTalk Server teaches developers the core skills needed to build integration applications. Join QuickLearn Training's expert trainers and learn what it truly means to be a BizTalk Server developer.
Whether you choose to receive the instruction face-to-face with one of our trainers, or attend the course remotely, rest assured that you will receive the very best training available to launch you into your BizTalk developer experience.
In this course, attendees will receive live instruction from one of our expert trainers, in-classroom demonstrations, challenging hands-on labs, and an electronic copy of the presentation materials and lab guide with hands-on activities.
At the completion of this course, attendees will be able to:
Automate deployment using MSIs and scripts
Create and configure XML and flat-file schemas
Transform messages using maps
Manipulate data using Functoids
Enable message routing and processing using receive and send ports
Monitor message processing
Create and configure pipelines to process XML, flat file, and EDI data
Create orchestrations to automate critical business processes
Implement orchestration patterns such as correlation and direct-bound ports
Integrate with ASMX, WCF, PHP, JAVA, and REST services
Implement a variety of adapters
Integrate with trading partners and applications using EDI
Develop Business Rules Engine (BRE) policies
Enable Business Activity Monitoring (BAM)
Experienced .NET Developers who are new, or relatively new, to BizTalk Server development and want to take their place as a valuable member of any BizTalk development team.
Special Note to New Hampshire Residents
This course has not yet been approved by the State's Department of Education. Please contact us to get an update as to when the class should be available in New Hampshire.
Students should be experienced with .NET development (C# or VB .NET), working with Visual Studio, and the concepts of SQL Server databases. Prior experience with web services and XML is also desirable.
1 BizTalk Server Overview
What Is BizTalk Server?
BizTalk Components and Capabilities
Whats New in BizTalk Server
BizTalk Server Tools and Tasks
2 Creating Schemas
Introduction to BizTalk Schemas
Creating Custom Data Types
Schemas for Non-XML Messages
3 Creating Maps
Creating a BizTalk Map
Manipulating Data Using Functoids
BizTalk Mapper Usability Features
4 Deploying BizTalk Applications
Working with Bindings Files
Deploying Using MSI Packages
5 Enabling Message Routing Using Ports
Introduction to Message Routing
Configuring Message Routing
Monitoring BizTalk Processes
Enabling Tracking and Viewing Tracked Data
6 Configuring Adapters and Hosts
Integrating Using Adapters
Managing Hosts and Host Instances
7 Creating Pipelines
Introduction to Pipelines
Building a Pipeline
8 Basic Orchestration Design
Introduction to BizTalk Orchestration
Building an Orchestration
9 Advanced Orchestration Design
Logical Port Binding Options
10 Advanced Adapter Usage
More Adapter Basics
Web Service Review
Two-Way Send Ports
Two-Way Receive Ports
11 Managing Logic Using the Business Rules Engine
BRE Tools and Tasks
12 Integrating Across Business Boundaries Using Parties, Roles, and EDI
Review of Port Binding Options
What Is EDI?
Enabling EDI-Based Messaging
13 Enabling Business Activity Monitoring
Introduction to Business Activity Monitoring
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