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BizTalk 2016 Administrator Immersion
If you're a Systems Administrator, Engineer or even a BizTalk Developer who wants to see how the other half lives, this course will equip you with the skills and knowledge you need.
This course teaches everything a new BizTalk Server Administrator needs to know to "hit the ground running": installation and configuration, disaster recovery, tracking, troubleshooting, deployment, scripting, a variety of community tools, and, of course, best practices. If you're a Systems Administrator who deploys and manages BizTalk Server environments, or a Systems Engineer who designs and manages enterprise infrastructure, or even a BizTalk Developer who wants to see (and support) how the other half lives, this course will equip you with the skills and knowledge you need.This course is partner-delivered by QuickLearn Training's expert BizTalk trainers. It includes live instruction, in-classroom demonstrations, challenging hands-on labs, and an electronic copy of the presentation materials and lab guide with hands-on activities.
§ Set up new BizTalk Server groups§ Add new BizTalk Server computers to an existing BizTalk Server group§ Deploy BizTalk Server applications using MSIs§ Manage application configuration using binding files§ Securely manage passwords using ESSO Affiliate Applications§ Configure routing of messages using filter expressions§ Enable high-availability of BizTalk Server processes using hosts and host instances§ Deploy custom Business Activity Monitoring tracking solutions§ Enable EDI-based integration with trading partners§ Deploy, monitor, and manage Business Rule Engine policies§ Automate BizTalk Server management tasks using BTSTask and PowerShell scripts§ Configure BizTalk database log shipping§ Design disaster recovery plans§ Configure BizTalk receive ports and receive locations§ Configure BizTalk send ports and send port groups§ Enable message security using pipelines
Module 1: BizTalk Server Overview§ What Is BizTalk Server?§ BizTalk Components and Capabilities§ What's New in BizTalk Server? § BizTalk Server Tools and TasksModule 2: Deploying BizTalk Applications§ Deployment Fundamentals§ Deploying Assemblies§ Working with Bindings Files§ Deploying using MSI PackagesModule 3: Configuring BizTalk Applications§ Introduction to Message Routing§ Configuring Message Routing§ The Role of Adapters§ Configuring OrchestrationsModule 4: Troubleshooting BizTalk Runtime Exceptions§ Troubleshooting using the Group Hub§ Using BizTalk Health MonitorModule 5: Setting up BizTalk Environments§ Pre-Installation Tasks§ Installing and Configuring BizTalk Server§ Post Configuration Tasks§ Additional SoftwareModule 6: Creating Highly-Available BizTalk Environments§ Concepts of Hosts and Host Instances§ Managing BizTalk Hosts and Host Instances§ Isolated Hosts and Web ServicesModule 7: Tracking BizTalk Server Activity§ Enabling Tracking and Viewing Tracked Data§ Using Binding Files to Manage Tracking Settings§ How Does Tracking Really Work?§ Implementing Data Analytics for Tracking DataModule 8: Scripting Management Tasks§ Scripting using BTSTask§ Scripting using PowerShellModule 9: Securing Passwords using ESSO§ ESSO Fundamentals§ Managing Credentials Using Affiliate Apps§ Using ESSO for Custom ConfigurationModule 10: Business Activity Monitoring for Administrators§ BAM Fundamentals§ Administration of BAM ComponentsModule 11:Business Rules Engine for Administrators§ BRE Fundamentals§ BRE Administration TasksModule 12: BizTalk Message Security§ Certificate Fundamentals Review§ Securing Messages using Pipelines§ Encrypting and Decrypting Messages§ Applying and Verifying Digital SignaturesModule 13: Integrating Across Business Boundaries Using Parties, Roles, and EDI§ Review of Port Binding Options§ Role-Based Integration§ What Is EDI?§ Enabling EDI-Based MessagingModule 14: QuickLearn Notes from the Field§ Feature Pack 1§ BizTalk Server Tools§ External Monitoring and Management Tools§ Practices of Highly Successful BizTalk AdministratorsModule 14: Disaster Recovery Planning for BizTalk Server§ Disaster Recovery Planning Considerations§ Recovering BizTalk Server Databases§ Recovering the BizTalk Server Runtime§ Recovering Enterprise Single Sign-On
This course is not associated with any Certification.
Students should have hands-on experience managing a Windows-based network environment, but no prior BizTalk Server experience is required or expected.
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