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J2EE Connector Architecture and Enterprise Application Integration
ID : CADJ2EE102
Department ID : CORP
Cost : 1400.00     Total Semester : 3 days
As more businesses move towards an e-business strategy, integration with existing enterprise information systems (EIS) becomes the key to success. Enterprises with successful e-businesses need to integrate their existing EIS systems with new web-based applications. They also need to extend the reach of their EIS systems to support business-to-business (B2B) transactions.
J2EE platform connector architecture is the key component in Java's support for enterprise application integration (EAI) and for linking enterprise information systems (EISs) with Web services. Because many services are now provided through the Web, it is essential that business enterprises have an efficient EAI solution. J2EE Connector Architecture and Enterprise Application Integration is the definitive guide to showing enterprise organizations how to incorporate existing enterprise infrastructure and applications, taking them into the Web-enabled economy of the future.
Written for application component developers who are building Connector architecture applications, J2EE Connector Architecture and Enterprise Application Integration explains how to connect applications not only to one another but also to a multitude of EISs and legacy systems. This course is also of interest to independent software developers (ISVs) and others who develop resource adapters for specific EISs. Readers will learn how to link underlying infrastructure products with J2EE application server and platform technologies.
This course is special designed for both application developers and software product vendors. This course will guide students to the J2EE connector architecture and its use in building resource adapters and enterprise information systems. Students will find information on the history of enterprise application integration (EAI), different approaches to integrating all the parts of an information infrastructure, an overview of J2EE connector architecture, various interfaces and their use, transaction concepts and applications, and applications to other EISs and legacy systems.
The instructor, Atul Apte, is the lead architect of the J2EE Connector architecture and the President and CEO of iConexio Technologies Inc., a leading application integration framework and tools company based in Ontario. He is the co-author of ?Java Connector Architecture: Building Enterprise Adaptors? and co-author of several books on EAI. He has authored many published articles and white papers on the topic of adapters and application integration.
Total Duration: 3 days
Admission Requirements--A university degree or college diploma in a computer-related field
--One or more years of programming experience with enterprise application
--Additional testing / interviews may be required
Learning Outcomes and Career OpportunitiesLink underlying infrastructure products with J2EE application server and platform technologies.
Understand J2EE Connectors JCA and its use for enterprise application integration.
Design methodologies employed in adapter using the JCA
Build connectors to legacy applications
Designing adapters for new applications.
Note: The curriculum for this program is continually modified to reflect current trends. Students should refer to their student handbook for the curriculum they are required to complete.The program content and schedule also can be customized for personal or corporate training requirements. For more detail information, please fill out Request Form or call 416-225-9920.
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