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Free Expert Training: "webMethods Integration Workshop " in Den Haag, NL

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by Nishara Singh in University Relations posted on 2016-08-22

Students and Faculty Members – We’re offering you a chance to take part in a webMethods Integration Workshop in Den Haag, Netherlands, completely free of charge!

Please find the details about the WebMethods training:

  • webMethods Integration Workshop – September 6th to September 9th, 2016 – Worth 2,700.00 EUR  - Short notice! Please apply ASAP – 1 seat – Den Haag, Netherlands

As a student or faculty member of the ARIS Community, you get the chance to attend this course completely free of charge. The training will be in English.

Do not waste any more time! 

 
How?

Just write us an email with your first name, last name, contact details, university and the workshop you would like to attend. Please send us the email using your university email-address or attach your enrollment certificate. We will limit the choice to one training per person.

University@SoftwareAG.com

 

Course Information:

webMethods Integration Workshop

This course is meant for someone who is new to webMethods and ESB (webMethods Integration Server) development. It introduces the webMethods brand within the Software AG Digital Business Platform. Participants learn through hands-on exercises how to develop/debug and monitor integration solution services using Software AG Designer and My webMethods Server (MWS). The concept of the data pipeline is introduced and students learn to use mapping tools and flow services to move XML documents and flat-file data into and out of Integration Server. Students are also introduced to messaging, the Integration Server Java® API and the Web service capabilities of the Integration Server. Students also learn about webMethods adapters. The adapter for Java® DataBase Connectivity (JDBC®) is covered in detail. In the last section of this course, students have a chance to use the services they developed within an automated webMethods Business Process Management Suite (BPMS). This gives them a small taste of what's possible using webMethods BPMS. Exercises are designed to prepare students for self-sufficiency.

 

Yours Sincerely,

University Relations Team

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