Sonic ESB

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Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is fast becoming the systems and software approach of choice for the majority of medium and large enterprises. According to the principles of SOA, IT professionals design, implement, and deploy information systems from components that implement discrete business functions. These components, called ?services?, can be distributed across geographic and organizational boundaries, can be independently scaled and can be reconfigured into new business processes as needed. This flexibility provides a range of benefits for both the IT and business organizations.

Core to the IT infrastructure supporting SOA is the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), which connects, mediates and controls all communications and interactions between services and provides error and exception processing. ESBs have been chosen as the best method for development and deployment of processes, ensuring reliability and ultimately success with the introduction and operation of SOAbased systems. Its design permits rapid change in services and in the connections among services, and provides the management visibility into services and processes across a distributed environment.

When looking at the cost of infrastructure and change in development and deployment processes, as well as ultimate performance and reliability of SOA projects, key questions arise with regards to technology, management, and skills transfer. These questions include:


Preparing to develop the Remote Information Access sample application

Phase 1: Creating the prototype ESB process, processRequest

Phase 2: Implementing multiple operations using a content-based router

Phase 3: Implementing getAccounts using a Split and Join Parallel service

Phase 4: Using stylesheets to format responses

Phase 5: Implementing getAccountActivity using content-based routing

Phase 6: Developing and using Rest service(only for Sonic v8.0)

Phase 7: Analyzing the Sonic architecture with Sonic MQ

Phase 8: Use of Sonic MQ

Phase 9: Integrating Sonic ESB with Sonic MQ

Phase 10:Understanding other palletes/components of the Sonic Workbench

Phase 11:Use of containers and understanding the deployment process


Considering the topics :

1) online training for 3 hours daily  –  need 6 days

2) offsite training for 6 hours – need 3 days

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