|Kurskode||ZS008NO||Leveringsform||Self-paced Virtual Class|
NOK 14 250,00 u. moms
NOK 14 250,00 m. moms
NOTE: THIS IS A SELF-PACED VIRTUAL CLASSROOM OFFERING. THE AVERAGE TIME TO COMPLETE THE COURSE IS 30 HOURS. ONCE YOU HAVE REGISTERED, YOU HAVE 90 DAYS TO COMPLETE THE COURSE
This 3-day instructor-led course teaches students the design phase of developing a service-oriented solution from an architect's perspective. Students learn service design principles and how to apply the Rational Unified Process service-oriented modeling and architecture (RUP SOMA) methodology to analyze, identify services, and design a service-oriented architecture (SOA) solution. Hands-on exercises throughout the course enable students to apply SOA design techniques and improve their skills.
Though this course emphasizes SOA design concepts, techniques, and best practices, students also work with IBM SOA Foundation products that may be used to gather requirements, identify services, model business processes, and realize SOA solutions.
Self-paced virtual classes include:
View a demonstration of the e-learning environment at:
This course is delivered through the Information Technology (IT) industry's first and only IBM Virtual WebSphere Innovation Center (VWIC). Created by Computer Generated Solutions, Inc. (CGS) - a leader in online learning and technical training - the VWIC is an easily accessible knowledge portal that enables WebSphere developers to identify, understand, and implement WebSphere technologies quickly and cost-effectively. The VWIC is a state-of-the-art knowledge portal that provides remote, online technical training for WebSphere products and services. To meet your needs at various skill levels, the VWIC combines self-paced e-learning courses with hands-on e-labs and live online mentoring.
Once in a VWIC online classroom, you can:
This course is for architects, designers, and development leads who are experienced in:
Portions of this course are also useful for process advisors, project managers, and business analysts.
This course is not intended for infrastructure architects.