Enterprise Integration with Spring Training

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- Formats: Classroom, Live Online, Onsite
- Length: 4 Days
Enterprise Integration with Spring is a four-day training course that is led by SpringSource experts who will discuss the most important topics and technologies related to enterprise application integration. This hands-on training teaches you how to apply Spring technologies to solve integration problems that face server-side developers.
Completion of this training entitles each student to receive a free voucher to schedule an exam at a Pearson VUE Center to become a SpringSource Certified Spring Enterprise Integration Specialist.

Objectives:    •  Use Spring to create concurrent applications and schedule tasks
•  Use remoting to implement client-server applications
•  Use Spring Web services to create loosely coupled SOAP-based Web services and clients
•  Use Spring-MVC to create RESTful Web services and clients
•  Use JMS for asynchronous messaging-based communication
•  Understand and use local and distributed transactions
•  Use Spring Integration to create event-driven pipes-and-filters architectures and integrate with external applications
•  Use Spring Batch for managed, scalable batch processing that is based on both custom and built-in processing components
Intended Audience:    •  Developers
•  Architects
Prerequisites:    •  Experience with developing applications using Java
•  Basic understanding of Spring
Outline:    1  Introduction
•  Styles of enterprise integration
•  File transfer, remoting, and Web services
2  Tasks and Scheduling
•  Introduction to concurrency
•  Java Concurrency APIs
•  Spring task scheduling support
•   namespace
•  @Scheduled and @Async annotations
3  Remoting
•  Limitations of “plain” RMI
•  Benefits of using Spring remoting
•  Spring remoting over RMI
•  Spring HttpInvoker
•  Hessian and Burlap support
4  SOAP Web Services with Spring WS
•  Web services best practices
•  Introduction to Spring Web services
•  Object-XML mapping with the Spring OXM abstraction layer
•  Client access with WebServiceTemplate
•  Error handling
•  Out-of-container testing
5  RESTful Web Services
•  Core REST concepts
•  REST support in Spring 3.x
•  REST specific annotations in Spring
•  Client access with RestTemplate
6  Working with JMS
•  Introduction to JMS
•  Configuring JMS resources with Spring
•  Sending and receiving messages using Spring JmsTemplate and message listener containers
7  Transactional JMS
•  Why use JMS transactions
•  Transactional JMS resources with Spring
•  Duplicate message handling
8  Global Transaction Management (XA and JTA)
•  Two-phase commit and XA
•  JTA and Spring
•  Configuring JtaTransactionManager
•  Transaction demarcation
9  Introduction to Spring Integration
•  Goals of Spring Integration
•  Core components of Spring Integration
•  Defining channels, message endpoints, and gateways
•  Spring Integration namespaces
•  Eclipse-based Visual Editor for Spring Integration
10  Configuring Spring Integration
•  Channel types and polling
•  Synchronous and asynchronous handoff
•  Synchronous and asynchronous error handling
•  Advanced endpoint types: bridge and router
•  Working with MessagingTemplate
11  Spring Integration Advanced Features
•  Splitting and aggregating messages
•  Dispatcher configuration
•  XML support: XPath, XSLT, Object-XML mapping
12  Introduction to Spring Batch
•  Spring Batch high-level overview
•  Working with jobs, steps, readers, and writers
•  Job parameters and job identity
•  Batch state persistence in the database
•  Spring Batch quick-start example
13  Restart and Recovery with Spring Batch
•  Stateful ItemReaders/Writers
•  Reading flat files
•  Introduction to skip, retry, repeat, and restart
•  Spring Batch listeners
14  Spring Batch Admin and Scaling Batch Jobs
•  The Spring Batch Admin Web console
•  Scaling and parallel processing
•  Multithreaded and parallel steps
•  Partitioning