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IBM WebSphere Message Broker

IBM Integration Bus (formerly known as WebSphere Message Broker) is IBM’s integration broker from the WebSphere product family that allows business information to flow between disparate applications across multiple hardware and software platforms.

IBM WebSphere Message Broker Training

IBM WebSphere Message Broker Introduction

IBM Integration Bus (formerly known as WebSphere Message Broker) is IBM’s integration broker from the WebSphere product family that allows business information to flow between disparate applications across multiple hardware and software platforms.

Rules can be applied to the data flowing through the message broker to route and transform the information. The product is an Enterprise Service Bus supplying a communication channel between applications and services in a service-oriented architecture.

Based on the number of calls I get for IBM Integration Broker (IIB, formerly WebSphere Message Broker) work, and my knowledge of the plans and direction for the product, I’d say the outlook is quite good.

Although other respondents have indicated that the IIB is limited to large organizations, IBM has addressed this in recent years with excellent support for .Net and integration with native .Net tooling, free and fully functional developer licenses, tiered product offerings, and industry-specific offerings.

IBM WebSphere Message Broker Training Curriculum

WebSphere Message Broker Overview and Architecture

• Need for Integration (EAI)
• Types of integration
• SOA Architecture Overview
• Overview ‘n’ Architecture of Message Broker
• Installation Overview w/t Software pre requisites
• Components of Message Broker
• Broker
• Broker Domain
• Configuration Manager

User Name Server

• New Features of WMB 6.1.0.3,
• Universal Connectivity for SOA,
• Routes and Transforms Messages from anywhere to

Message Flows and Message Sets Development

• Message flows
• Introduction to Message flows
• Built-in nodes and configuring their properties
• Input and Output nodes
• Message Manipulation and transformation nodes
• Collating requests nodes
• Decision making nodes
• Sub flow identification nodes
• Design Message Flows & Sub Flows

Anywhere

• New SAP nodes
• PHP nodes for Dynamic Scripting
• IMS request node for using the IMS
• TM Resource Adapter

Introduction to ESQL

• Programming Structure
• Data Types
• Variables
• Field references
• Operators
• Statements
• Functions
• Procedures & Modules
• Configuring ESQL within Nodes
• Correlation Names
• Logical Tree Structure

Message sets

• Introduction to Message sets
• Domains & Parsers
• Message Modeling
• Message Set Projects
• Message Sets
• Message Definition Files
• Category files
• Physical formats in the MRM domain
• Mapping (Overview
• Types of Mapping ‘n’ Database with mapping)

User Defined Extensions (Plug-in Nodes)

• Creating User Defined Extensions
• Compiling User Defined Extensions
• Installing User Defined Extensions
• Distributing User Defined Extensions
• Testing User Defined Extensions
• Java plugin API

Publish/Subscribe

• Overview of Publish/Subscribe
• Publishing
• Subscribing
• Creating Topics
• JMS Pub/Sub
• MQ Pub/Sub
• User Name Server
• Security

Web Services

• Overview of Web Services
• Developing Web Services
• WSDL (Web Service Description Language)
• SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol)
• UDDI(Universal Description Discovery Integration)
• Publishing Message Flow as Web Service
• Interacting with Web Services through Message Flow
• Testing and Validating Web Services
• Using HTTP nodes w.r.t Web Services

Database Interaction

• DB Interaction via JDBC/ODBC
• DB Interaction via DB Retrieve and DB Route Nodes
• Enabling DB lookups by DB nodes without using JDBC Adapter

IBM WebSphere Business Integration Adapters

• WebSphere Business Integration Adapter Framework
• WebSphere Business Integration Adapters
• Adapter development
• Development overview
• Business objects
• Object Discovery Agents
• Data handlers and name handlers
• Business object handlers
• Connector properties
• Jtext and jdbc
• Email ‘n’ SAP Connector

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What are the features of Message Broker?

Routing, Transformation and Integration.

What is the role of configuration manager?

Connect to the broker and to deploy the message flows onto the broker

Which nodes are used to change the message in the flow?

Compute Node, Filter Node and ResetContentDescriptor node

Difference between Root and OutputRoot?

Root is used in the Database content changing and in Filter node. OutputRoot is used in the ESQL code for a Compute node that creates a new output message based on the input message.

What is PARSER? Difference between PARSER and FORMAT?

A Parser is defined as a program that interprets the bit stream of an incoming message and creates an internal representation of it in a tree structure.     Ex: MRM parser

A Format is a physical representation of a message.     Ex: XML wire format

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IBM WebSphere Message Broker Course Module

IBM Integration Bus (formerly known as WebSphere Message Broker) is IBM’s integration broker from the WebSphere product family that allows business information to flow between disparate applications across multiple hardware and software platforms. Rules can be applied to the data flowing through the message broker to route and transform the information. The product is an Enterprise Service Bus supplying a communication channel between applications and services in a service-oriented architecture.

Based on the number of calls I get for IBM Integration Broker (IIB, formerly WebSphere Message Broker) work, and my knowledge of the plans and direction for the product, I’d say the outlook is quite good.

Although other respondents have indicated that the IIB is limited to large organizations, IBM has addressed this in recent years with excellent support for .Net and integration with native .Net tooling, free and fully functional developer licenses, tiered product offerings, and industry-specific offerings.

Duration: 45 Days

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IBM WebSphere Message Broker Certified Professional