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IBM DATAPOWER ADMINISTRATION Training


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IBM DATAPOWER ADMINISTRATION Training Details
Track Regular Track Weekend Track Fast Track
Course Duration 30 Hrs 8 Weekends 5 Days
Hours 1hr/day 2 Hours a day 6 Hours a day
Training Mode Online Classroom Online Classroom Online Classroom
Delivery Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live


Course Curriculum

Module 1 : Overview Of IBM Web sphere Data power SOA Appliances

Topics : Introduction to Datapower, Role of XML in SOA, Description of Use Cases, Compare and Contrast Features in the IBM Websphere, Product Line

Module 2 : Data power Administration Overview

Topics : Administration Methods List for Datapower Administration, Manage User Accounts and Domains on the Appliance, Work with Files

Module 3 : Introduction To XSL Transformations

Topics : Overview of XSL Model, Construct Xpath Expressions, use and Apply XSL Templates in XSLT, Create XSL Style Sheets to Apply XSL Transformation, Datapower Variables and Extensions with XSL Style Sheets

Module 4 : Data power And XML Firewall Services Overview

Topics : Introduction and Understanding of XSL Model, Construct XPath Expressions, use and Apply XSL Templates in XSLT, Create XSL Style Sheets to Apply XSL Transformations, Websphere Datapower SOA Appliance Supported Services List, Identify and Contrast the Features Supported by Each Websphere Datapower Service, Role Oof Datapower Extensions and Variables in XSL Style Sheets

Module 5 : Problem Determination Tools

Topics : Collect Information from System Logs, Configuration of the Multistep Probe, Understanding the List of Determination Tools Available on Websphere, Datapower SOA Appliance

Module 6 : Error Handling

Topics : Configuration of Error Action and Error Rules in Service Policy, Selection of Error Action and Error Rule, Generate Cryptographic Keys, Create a Crypto Validation Credential, Certificate Monitoring

Module 7 : XML Threat Protection

Topics : Configure the Appliance To Communicate Using SSL, Configure a user Agent, Associate an SSL Proxy Profile with Keys and Certificates, Various Types of XML Attacks, Attack Scenarios Involved in XML-Based Applications, use of Datapower Protection Against XML Attacks

Module 8 : Web Service Proxy Service

Topics : Understanding of Web Service Proxy Architecture, Configuration Steps for Web Service Proxy, Introduction to Web Services Description Language File, Features of the WS-Security Specification, Enable Message Confidentiality, Message Integrity

Module 9 : Web Service Authentication And Authorization

Topics : Introduction to Authorization, Authentication and Auditing Framework, Purpose of each Step in an Access Control Policy, WS-Security Username and Binary Security Tokens, Security Assertion Markup Language Assertions, HTTP Authorization Header Claims, Fundamentals of Configuring the Lightweight Directory, Access Protocol and Deploying Directory Services, AAA Policy

Module 10 : Multi-Protocol Gateway Service

Topics : Configure a Multi-Protocol Gateway, Connection to a Static Back-End Service, Processing Rule And Multi-Protocol Gateway, Forward Messages from a Multi-Protocol Gateway to a Static Back-End Service

Module 11 : Monitoring

Topics : Identify Messages that will be Monitored, Set up a Message Duration Monitor, Configure a Message Count Monitor, Identify SLM Functionality, Implement a Basic SLM Policy, Create an Advanced SLM Policy

Module 12 : Integration With Web sphere MQ

Topics : Create a Multi-Protocol Gateway, Control and Manage Transactionality between Websphere MQ Queue Managers, Configure A Websphere MQ Back-End URL

Module 13 : Data power And Java Message Service

Topics : Introduction to Websphere Application Server V6, Components of the Service Integration Bus, Configure a JMS Front-Side Handler to Send JMS Messages to TIBCO EMS and the Default Message Provider

Module 14 : Data power Architectural Scenarios

Topics : Introduction to Security Scenarios, use Cases in Enterprise Architectures

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Course Curriculum

Module 1 : Overview Of IBM Web sphere Data power SOA Appliances

Topics : Introduction to Datapower, Role of XML in SOA, Description of Use Cases, Compare and Contrast Features in the IBM Websphere, Product Line

Module 2 : Data power Administration Overview

Topics : Administration Methods List for Datapower Administration, Manage User Accounts and Domains on the Appliance, Work with Files

Module 3 : Introduction To XSL Transformations

Topics : Overview of XSL Model, Construct Xpath Expressions, use and Apply XSL Templates in XSLT, Create XSL Style Sheets to Apply XSL Transformation, Datapower Variables and Extensions with XSL Style Sheets

Module 4 : Data power And XML Firewall Services Overview

Topics : Introduction and Understanding of XSL Model, Construct XPath Expressions, use and Apply XSL Templates in XSLT, Create XSL Style Sheets to Apply XSL Transformations, Websphere Datapower SOA Appliance Supported Services List, Identify and Contrast the Features Supported by Each Websphere Datapower Service, Role Oof Datapower Extensions and Variables in XSL Style Sheets

Module 5 : Problem Determination Tools

Topics : Collect Information from System Logs, Configuration of the Multistep Probe, Understanding the List of Determination Tools Available on Websphere, Datapower SOA Appliance

Module 6 : Error Handling

Topics : Configuration of Error Action and Error Rules in Service Policy, Selection of Error Action and Error Rule, Generate Cryptographic Keys, Create a Crypto Validation Credential, Certificate Monitoring

Module 7 : XML Threat Protection

Topics : Configure the Appliance To Communicate Using SSL, Configure a user Agent, Associate an SSL Proxy Profile with Keys and Certificates, Various Types of XML Attacks, Attack Scenarios Involved in XML-Based Applications, use of Datapower Protection Against XML Attacks

Module 8 : Web Service Proxy Service

Topics : Understanding of Web Service Proxy Architecture, Configuration Steps for Web Service Proxy, Introduction to Web Services Description Language File, Features of the WS-Security Specification, Enable Message Confidentiality, Message Integrity

Module 9 : Web Service Authentication And Authorization

Topics : Introduction to Authorization, Authentication and Auditing Framework, Purpose of each Step in an Access Control Policy, WS-Security Username and Binary Security Tokens, Security Assertion Markup Language Assertions, HTTP Authorization Header Claims, Fundamentals of Configuring the Lightweight Directory, Access Protocol and Deploying Directory Services, AAA Policy

Module 10 : Multi-Protocol Gateway Service

Topics : Configure a Multi-Protocol Gateway, Connection to a Static Back-End Service, Processing Rule And Multi-Protocol Gateway, Forward Messages from a Multi-Protocol Gateway to a Static Back-End Service

Module 11 : Monitoring

Topics : Identify Messages that will be Monitored, Set up a Message Duration Monitor, Configure a Message Count Monitor, Identify SLM Functionality, Implement a Basic SLM Policy, Create an Advanced SLM Policy

Module 12 : Integration With Web sphere MQ

Topics : Create a Multi-Protocol Gateway, Control and Manage Transactionality between Websphere MQ Queue Managers, Configure A Websphere MQ Back-End URL

Module 13 : Data power And Java Message Service

Topics : Introduction to Websphere Application Server V6, Components of the Service Integration Bus, Configure a JMS Front-Side Handler to Send JMS Messages to TIBCO EMS and the Default Message Provider

Module 14 : Data power Architectural Scenarios

Topics : Introduction to Security Scenarios, use Cases in Enterprise Architectures

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