Topic outline

  • General

    Objectives:At the end of this course, you will be able to:
    • Install Universal Messaging
    • Administer and configure Universal Messaging
    • Connect the webMethods IS to Universal Messaging
    • Configure messaging trigger provider filters for webMethods
    • Connect IS to Universal Messaging provider for Java® Message Service (JMS)
    • Monitor Universal Messaging
    • Configure Universal Messaging for basic authentication and authorization
    • Configure Universal Messaging for secure connections (one-way and two-way SSL)
    • Configure Universal Messaging clusters
    • Configure Universal Messaging zones for message interest propagation
    • Optimize performance
    • Deploy Universal Messaging
    • Use the Universal Messaging admin API and example applications (optional)
    Attendees:webMethods administrators, developers and architects
    Duration:5 days
    Prerequisite:Experience with webMethods ESB development and/or administration
    We propose to attend the following offerings as prerequisite:
    Proposed follow on courses:
      Content:
      • Overview of Universal Messaging
      • Installation
      • Administration and configuration
      • Connecting webMethods IS to Universal Messaging
      • Messaging trigger provider filter
      • Connecting webMethods IS to Universal Messaging provider for JMS
      • Monitoring
      • Security: basic authentication and authorization
      • Security: IS to UM secure connections (SSL)
      • Clustering
      • Zones
      • Performance, tuning and other recommendations
      • Deployment
      • Broker to Universal Messaging migration
      • Administration API
      Available languages:course book: English
      course delivery: Dutch, English, French, German, Portuguese, Spanish
      Software version:webMethods 9.10
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