Service-Oriented Analysis and Design (SOAD)

PT5758
Summary
This course teaches students how to identify business function patterns, analyze service candidates, and work through the design decisions to create Web services for use in a SOA composite application. In this course participants will learn how to recognize and evaluate Web service candidates to ensure their business advisability, logical viability and technical feasibility.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Duration
2 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
Staff members and managers who need a solid understanding of the principles and practices of designing Web Services and composite applications, including:-Analysis and design professionals, including Business Systems Analysts, Business Analysts and other related positions -Application development professionals, who design and build business applications -SOA Architects -Project Managers and Team Leaders guiding SOA application projects -IT Managers responsible application design and development
Topics
  • SOA Application Design Principles
  • Tactical Web Service Patterns & Applications
  • Internal SOA Strategic collections of Web Services
  • External SOA B2B Relationships throughout the Supply & Value Chains

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