Today, Web Services are the backbone of Web Applications, Mobile Applications, and Service Oriented Architecture. For many organizations, increased security concerns sometimes brings the "Web" part of Web Services within the firewall. Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) provides a set of collaborating services available for invocation.

Our course start with basic overviews concerning Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Web Services; then, provide the "meat" of how to implement SOA and Web Services using XML, Java, .NET, and other tools

Roadmap to Success

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Web Services Course Map

 

Web Services and Service Oriented Architecture

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Overview (1/2 day)
Information professional learn the concepts and terminology of Service Oriented Architecture.
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) with Web Services (1-2 days)
Information professional learn the concepts and terminology of Service Oriented Architecture and how SOA is implemented using SOAP and/or REST Web Services.
Introduction to Web Services with Java (2-3 Days)
Java programmers learn to create Web Services with Java
Java Web Services Review/Recap with Hands-On Lab (1-2 days)
This session provides reinforcement for on-line learning in a classroom environment with hands-on exercises to practice creation and use of Web Services.
Introduction to Java Web Services using IBM RAD (2-3 days)
Experienced Java developers learn how to create and use Web Services using the IBM RAD (Rational Application Development) tool.
Java Web Services using Oracle JDeveloper (2-3 days)
Experienced Java developers learn how to create and use Web Services using the Oracle JDeveloper tool.
Introduction to Web Services with .NET (2 days)
Experienced C#.NET and VB.NET developers learn how to create and use Web Services.
.NET Web Services Review/Recap with Hands-On Lab (1-2 days)
This session provides reinforcement for on-line learning in a classroom environment with hands-on exercises to practice creation and use of Web Services.
Web Technology Overview (2 Days)
Managers, business professionals, and technical people are expoxed at a high-level to the concepts and tools of web technology including: TCP/IP, HTTP, HTML, CSS, XML, and others. Comparisons of available technologies including Microsoft .NET, Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE), and their associated languages and tools will illustrate the respective strengths and weaknesses.
Introduction to Web Services with CICS (2-3 days)
Participants will learn to work with CICS and COBOL to use existing Web Services and to create Web Services for others to use.
XML Overview (1 day)
Managers and developers are introduced to XML concepts and factilities.
XML Introduction (3 days)
Students learn the basics of XML, XSL, XSLT, Schemas, and DTDs.
Advanced XML (3 days)
Experienced XML user/developers learn advanced XML topics.
XML and Java Programming (3 days)
Java programmers learn to use XML and XSLT.