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AquaLogic BPM Programming BPEL Essentials
Overview

This course will provide each participant with an in-depth and comprehensive understanding of the BEA ALBPM Service-Oriented Architecture and event-driven environment and building activities that define a business process This course will focus on the concept of SOA environment, SOA components, role of BPM, syntax and architecture of BPEL, role of ALBPM Studio, development of SOA components using ALBPM Studio IDE, use of basic design patterns, illustrate all aspects of ALBPM Business Process Language, role of process objects, logging and exception handling, integration of the Dashboard, process monitoring, depicting the development lifecycle and testing and deployment.

All aspects of this class will incorporate the specific architecture of the BEA AquaLogic SOA Suite to illustrate the implementation of these techniques.

Prerequisites

Each student should have a basic understanding of application development and design methodologies.

Class Format

Lecture and Lab

Audience

Targeted towards Business Process Developers, Programmers and Architects that need to understand how to develop and implement SOA and event-driven architectures in ALBPM.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, the student should be able to:

  • Understand the role of the SOA architecture
  • Define the architecture of ALBPM
  • Depict the major factors in event-driven environment
  • Understand the role of BPEL language and syntax
  • Illustrate the development and deployment of process models
  • Gain experience using BPEL by building a progressively complex, process-centric application
  • Understand which BPEL constructs are most appropriate for different application scenarios
  • Develop and deploy Web services using BEA framework
  • Define the usage and role of XML, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI registries
  • Deploy both the Publisher and Subscriber model types
  • Demonstrate the enablement of Messaging Middleware services
  • Illustrate the implementation of an AquaLogic Service Bus and a Message Broker
  • Depict security issues related to Web Services (SAML, SSO, encryption and digital signatures)
  • Use of client specific adapters for accessing legacy components
  • Demonstrate the utilization of AquaLogic BPM Studio for creating, deploying and testing business processes
  • Depict the integration of JMS into an SOA event architecture
  • Demonstrate the client proxy components and their implementation
Course Duration

3 Days

Course outline

Introduction to SOA
  • SOA business challenges
  • Service Oriented Architecture
    o UDDI Registry
    o Service Requestor
    o Web Service
  • B2C vs B2B
  • Defining XML
  • Defining SOAP
    o Architecture
    o Messages
  • Web Services Descriptive Language (WSDL)
    o Definition
    o Usage
  • Application Server
  • Enterprise Service Bus
  • Process Server
  • Message Broker
  • Business process modeling
SOA Implementation
  • Components
    • SOAP
    • XML
    • UDDI
    • WSDL
  • J2EE Integration
    • Web Services Gateway
    • Enterprise Service Bus
    • EJB Service Interface
    • BNSF Client proxy
  • ECommerce usage
    • Hosted
    • Published
    • Discovery
    • Usage
  • Development using ALBPM Studio

BEA AquaLogic SOA Suite and Process Modeling
  • Development platform
  • Role of Enterprise Service Bus
  • Automated Services
    • Partner services
    • Application services
    • Data access services
  • BPEL Modeler
  • Integration Developer
  • Integration Server

Business Process Modeling
  • Defining BPM
  • Benefits of BPM
  • BPM Workflow analysis
  • Process re-engineering
  • Integrating SOA into BPM
    o Notation specification
    o Behavior modeling
    o Process activity sequencing
  • BPM lifecycle
  • Roles in BPM
Defining BPEL
  • History, heritage and direction
  • Integration with business process management
  • Business process standards
  • BPEL syntax
  • Choreography vs Orchestration
  • Key concepts
    o Partners
    o Endpoints
    o Activities
    o Data handling
    o Correlation
    o Scope
  • Role of partners
  • Message correlation
  • Fault handling
  • Vendor extensions

Modeling with BPEL
  • Defining BPEL-WS
  • BPEL Business Partners
    • Links
    • Types
    • WSDL definitions
    • Interactions
    • Endpoints
  • BPEL Correlation Sets
    • BPEL variables
    • Variable declarations
    • WSDL & BPEL variables
  • BPEL Scope Handling
    • Defining Scope
    • Compensation
    • Compensation Handlers
    • Faults
    • Event Handlers
    • Alarm Events
  • BPEL Activities
    • Categories
    • Process lifecycle
    • BPEL Structuring activities
  • BPEL Basic Activities
    • Receive
    • Reply
    • Invoke
    • Assign
    • Throw
    • Wait
    • Terminate
  • BPEL Structured Activities
    • Sequence
    • Switch
    • While
    • Pick
    • Flow
    • Link definition
  • Business agreements
    • BPEL extensions

 
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