The BizTalk Server 2009 Fundamentals class is for .NET developers new to BizTalk who need a solid grounding in the messaging and orchestration capabilities of BizTalk. It covers the messaging architecture, schemas, maps, adapters, routing, pub/sub etc. and the orchestration capabilities. In addition, it provides coverage of using WCF to expose BizTalk as service endpoints, or to consume services from BizTalk solutions. In this class, I took a slightly different approach from our traditional classes with the introduction of two hands-on projects during the course. These projects provide students with real world challenges to solve without the step-by-step instructions of a lab manual. Students in previous classes have really enjoyed these challenges and commented on how well they helped solidify the material.
The SOA and BPM Fundamentals with BizTalk 2009 provides existing BizTalk developers with more in depth training on the capabilities of BizTalk Server and the ESB Toolkit when working with BPM and SOA solutions. Like the other class, this one mixes lecture and labs with hands-on projects to help solidify the learning. This course focuses on BPM capabilities such as the Business Rules Engine, BAM and the ESB Toolkit Portal as well as SOA topics including on/off ramp and itinerary processing in the ESB Toolkit and a deep dive on the WCF adapters.
Talk to our sales staff to schedule on-site deliveries of either training, and look for the online version in your Pluralsight On-Demand! subscription in the fourth quarter of this year or first quarter of 2010.