Distributed applications: APIs and web services
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is nowadays the main architectural style for business applications. It promotes loose coupling and interoperability, so that end-to-end business applications can easily be built from a set of business-aligned services. (SOAP) Web services and REST APIs are the most common implementations of these SOA ideas.
In this course participants get an overview of SOA principles: the concepts, the standards, the products and implementations. The evolution from the (classic) SOAP web services to REST APIs and microservices will be discussed.
No public sessions are currently scheduled. We will be pleased to set up an on-site course or to schedule an extra public session (in case of a sufficient number of candidates). Interested? Please contact ABIS.
Analysts, application developers, database administrators or project leaders wanting to situate SOA and web services.
A general knowledge about internet and XML (see XML concepts) is required.
- Introduction to Application Development and Services
- Application development and distributed computing
- Evolutions in program design; exchanging messages
- Webservices and SOA basics; overview of XML; standards and standard bodies
- RESTful services and APIs basics
- Classic Web services with SOAP and WSDL
- SOAP, WSDL and UDDI
- SOA security concerns
- RESTful services and APIs
- Alternative to SOAP/XML: REST and JSON; Microservices
- Describing and discovering RESTful services / APIs
- RESTful security
- Implementing web services
- Tools and Platforms; some Java examples
- SOA in the Enterprise
- Service Delivery Lifecycle; SOA design patterns
- SOA governance and policies
- Organizing the traffic with ESB
- Orchestration and choreography
- business processes; BPEL
Classroom instruction and demonstrations.
Sandy Schillebeeckx, Guido Indesteege.
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