Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010 Training

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Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010 training imparts the knowledge and skills to integrate the disparate systems, applications, and data. The trained professionals will also build the capabilities to automate the business processes by using BizTalk server. Participants gain understanding on the core features of the BizTalk server 2010 and learns how messaging architecture will be operational to meet the business needs. This training prepares the candidate to appear for Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS): Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010 certification.

On the successful completion of the training, the candidates will be able to:

  • Plan, implement, and configure messaging architecture using core adapters, content-based routing, and messaging patterns.
  • Develop BizTalk artifacts by creating schemas, maps, pipelines, and orchestrations.
  • Perfom debugging and exception handling
  • Configure WCF adapter and integrate with Web services
  • Implement extended capabilities including Business Rules Engine (BRE) components, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) solutions, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) solutions, Business Activity Monitoring (BAM)
  • Install and configure a multi-server BizTalk environment and deploy BizTalk applications
Target audience
  • Software developers, architects, and consultants having fundamental knowledge of BizTalk.
  • Professional willing to upgrade their skills on the BizTalk Server
Prerequisites
  • Knowledge of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
  • Hands-on exposure on Microsoft .NET Framework, Microsoft Visual Studio, Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Web services, and XML.
  • Minimum of two years’ of work experience in BizTalk server in developing, deploying, troubleshooting, and debugging the applications across multiple projects.
Exams

Exam 70-595: TS: Developing Business Process and Integration Solutions by Using Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010

1. Configuring a Messaging Architecture

  • Set up and manage ports
  • Plan for and implement secure messaging
  • Configure core adapters
  • Configure content-based routing
  • Implement messaging patterns

2. Developing BizTalk Artifacts

  • Create schemas
  • Create maps
  • Create pipelines
  • Develop orchestrations
  • Configure orchestration bindings
  • Configure correlation
  • Construct messages

3. Debugging and Exception Handling

  • Handle exceptions in orchestrations
  • Route errors
  • Debug orchestrations
  • Validate and test artifacts

4. Integrating Web Services and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Services

  • Configure a WCF adapter
  • Expose orchestrations by using publishing wizards
  • Consume services
  • Handle web exceptions

5. Implementing Extended Capabilities

  • Create and deploy Business Rules Engine (BRE) components
  • Develop Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) solutions
  • Implement Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) solutions
  • Plan and implement Business Activity Monitoring (BAM)

6. Deploying, Tracking, and Supporting a BizTalk Solution

  • Install and configure a multi-server BizTalk environment
  • Deploy BizTalk applications
  • Export and import binding files
  • Configure tracking
  • Manage BizTalk solutions by using the Administration Console

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