The Oracle Service Bus 11g learning paths provide specific course sequences for those who orchestrate services from new and existing IT systems inside and outside the enterprise. Successful completion of these curriculum paths prepares administrators and developers to ensure service reliability and control.
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Oracle Service Bus 10g R3
The curriculum recommended for this path provides the knowledge and skills that a developer needs to master Oracle Service Bus 11g.
One to two years of Java programming experience can be substituted for the Fundamentals of the Java Programming Language, Java SE 6 course listed below.
XML Fundamentals training teaches you how to create and validate XML and XML-related documents. You learn how to transform XML documents. You use XPath to select nodes in XML documents and use XQuery to query, generate, and transform XML content.
This Develop Web Services with JAX-WS & JAX-RS training teaches business component and client developers how to design, implement,and deploy web services and web service clients. Do so Java technology components and the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 6 SDK.
In this course, students learn how to how to connect, mediate and manage interactions between heterogeneous services using Oracle Service Bus.
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Numerous companies have begun a SOA initiative with the assumption that implementing web services is synonymous with employing a service-oriented architecture. They have gone on to discover various barriers to SOA success and have not seen the returns a successful SOA implementation can provide. These companies lacked an understanding of SOA adoption and architecture fundamentals. This course presents those fundamentals with an Enterprise Architect's view of Oracle's SOA Enterprise Technology strategy, to equip the student with skills for handling both business and IT concerns throughout the entire SOA life cycle, from both the program and the project perspectives.