This three-day instructor-led course introduces students to the WebSphere Cast Iron Appliance, which is a purpose-built appliance that is designed to simplify the delivery of capabilities that are needed for cloud and on-premise application integration.
The course is designed to enable students to use the 'configuration, not coding' approach for implementing and managing WebSphere Cast Iron integration solutions that link internet protocol, database, and web service endpoints. It begins with an overview of the WebSphere Cast Iron product set and deployment options. The course then covers topics such as variables and data transformation, testing project components, utility and logic activities, and working with flat files and web services.
In hands-on exercises throughout the course, students work individually to build integration solutions by using the WebSphere Cast Iron Design Studio to create projects that contain orchestrations. Students publish these projects to the integration appliance, and then use the browser-based Web Management Console to manage and monitor execution.
This basic course is designed for application integrators, systems engineers, and business analysts who participate in the development of integration solutions that are based on the IBM WebSphere Cast Iron Integration Appliance.
Upon completing this course, students will be able to:
Students should be: