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Technical Architecture (5-Day)

Technical Architecture for the Modern Digital Business

  • 1,695 British pounds
  • Virtual

Service Description

Dates available upon request Introduction This three-day course provides students with the knowledge to understand the myriad technologies used today to glue together enterprise systems. Given the highly distributed nature of the modern digital business, this course takes a detailed look at some of the design techniques being employed by IT architects and designers to ensure that their systems are fault-tolerant and deliver at the required level of availability. It examines the ideas of scalability, extensibility, maintainability, performance, and costs, as well as a numerous number of other NFRs (non-functional requirements)/QoS (Quality of Service) attributes. These QoS attributes are woven into the fabric of the course material so that they are designed into your systems and not an afterthought. Many common standards like ISO seven layer model, RM-ODP, TOGAF® are overviewed in the course allowing students to understand how some of the technologies introduced fit into the wider world. The course also spends time examining technologies such as Oracle JEE and Microsoft’s .NET, considers the implication of SOA and Web Services, the nature of Distributed Object Systems including Message Oriented Middleware and their importance to the whole discussion of integrating enterprises systems. This is an ideal course for decision makers as well as technical implementers, who need to know what is Distributed Object Systems (DOS) technology in the modern digital business. Delegates will learn The basics of RPC, distributed systems from the ground up, simple networking principles such as sockets and TCP/UDP, multi-tasking and multi-threading, web standards such as HTTP and DNS, basic Message Oriented Middleware, the Enterprise Service Bus, architectural analysis methods such as Zachmann, TOGAF®™, RM-ODP, XML and translating XML into other documents, JSON, the JEE architecture, and Microsoft’s .NET architecture, security basics, web services, naming services, the concepts of workflow, tiered architectures (2, 3, and N+), application servers, where to deploy business logic in an N+ tiered architecture and why, how to ensure that your 2-tier systems can scale to an N+ tiered system. The course will offer some guidance on how to bring these technologies together and where architects and designers should focus their efforts.

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+ 44 7767 392003

125 Jordanstown Road, Newtownabbey, UK

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