IBM App Connect Professional (ZE550G-SPVC)
This course introduces you to IBM App Connect Professional, which is designed to simplify the delivery of capabilities that are needed for cloud and on-premise application integration.
In this course, you learn how to use the “configuration, not coding” approach for implementing and managing IBM App Connect integration solutions that link internet protocol, database, and web service endpoints. It begins with an overview of the IBM App Connect product set and deployment options. The course then covers topics such as variables and data transformation, testing project components, utility and logic activities, and working with flat files and web services.
In hands-on exercises throughout the course, you build integration solutions by using the IBM App Connect Studio to create projects that contain orchestrations. You publish these projects to the integration runtime, and then use the browser-based Web Management Console to manage and monitor execution.
The lab environment for this course uses both the Ubuntu and Windows platforms.
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This course is designed for application integrators, systems engineers, and business analysts who participate in the development of integration solutions that are based on the IBM App Connect Appliance.
Before taking this course, students should be familiar with database management, Extensible Markup Language (XML), and scripting.
After completing this course, students should be able to configure and manage orchestrations that:
- Transform data
- Implement business logic
- Receive data from and deliver data to the most commonly used endpoints, including:
- File servers
- Web servers, by using Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) or web services
- Email servers
- Database management systems
IBM App Connect Professional introduction
IBM App Connect Studio
Exercise: Hello World using IBM App Connect professional
IBM App Connect Professional architecture
Web Management Console (WMC)
Variables and data transformation
Testing project components
Turbo Salesforce and Flat file processing
Exercise: Load accounts from flat file
Outbound database activities and error handling
Exercise: Single database table operation into Salesforce.com
Exercise: Load Salesforce.com account to ESB via WMQ
Introduction to web services
Exercise: Invoke Web Services
Exercise: Interacting with RESTful Services and Salesforce
SAP integration with IBM App Connect
Exercise: Developing with OData
Introduction to IBM App Connect Designer
Exercise: Combing multiple sources using IBM App Connect Designer
Exercise: Salesforce account API