Introduction to BizTalk Server 2013
Introduces the main artefacts of BizTalk Server 2013, the concept of Service Oriented Architecture, WCF & Web services.
Creating and Configuring Schemas
- Introduction to BizTalk Schemas
- Creating XML and Flat File Schemas
- Lab: Creating and Configuring BizTalk Schemas
- Managing property schemas and distinguishing and promoting properties
Creating a Schema Map
- This module teaches students how to create a BizTalk map and configure functoids to manipulate data within a map.
- Creating a BizTalk Map
- Standard and scripting functoids to perform mapping operations.
- Configuring Advanced Functoids
- Lab: Creating a BizTalk Map
- Send pipelines and Receive pipelines introduction.
- Create a Pipeline
- Lab: Creating Pipelines and use various configurations.
- Introduction to BizTalk Adapters
- Teaches different adapter types
- Configure adapters for an integration scenario.
- Configuring a BizTalk Adapter
- Lab: Integrating with Adapters
Configuring BizTalk Messaging
Lab: Implement a message integration solution.
Deploying and Testing a BizTalk Solution
Lab: Deploy the assemblies to BizTalk servers that will host the application.
Tracking BizTalk Message Activity
Lab: Learn how to use BizTalk Administration tool to monitor and debug message activity.
Creating a BizTalk Orchestration
- Introduction to BizTalk Orchestration
- Building an Orchestration and using various shapes
- Monitoring Orchestrations
- Lab: Creating a BizTalk Orchestration
Creating Business Transactions
Lab: Create orchestrations that include atomic and long-running transaction and exception handling capabilities. Also includes how to implement compensation and optimising orchestration.
Consuming and Publishing WCF and Web Services
Lab: shows you how to call a WCF or a Web service from within an orchestration and how to publish an orchestration as a Web service.
Integrating with SQL Server
Lab: shows you how to send and receive messages from SQL server using SQL adaptor.
Using the BizTalk Rules Engine
Lab: Shows you how to incorporate the BizTalk Rules Engine into your orchestrations and get the benefits of being able to dynamically change your business logic. Develop your own rules using the business rules composer
BizTalk Server 2013 on Cloud
Lab: Configure a single-node BizTalk Server environment on a Windows Azure VM
Configure a multi-node BizTalk Server environment on a Windows Azure VM
Creating a Hybrid Application Using BizTalk Server 2013
BizTalk Server 2013 on Premises
Support for new Adapters
Tracking dependencies between artifacts
Integrated ESB Toolkit
Support for new versions of Windows OS, SQL Server, and Visual Studio
Updates to the supported EDI schemas
Basic knowledge of XML
No prior knowledge of BizTalk Required