Topic outline

  • General

    Objectives:

    At the end of this course, you will be able to:

    • Use ActiveTransfer to do secure managed file transfers
    • Control and manage inbound and outbound file transfers
    • Transfer files using HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, FTPS, SFTP, SCP, and WebDAV
    • Create and control ActiveTransfer Servers
    • Manage ActiveTransfer users
    • Prepare post-processing actions and alerts
    • Do scheduled and event driven transfers
    • Set up ports with-in ActiveTransfer Gateway
    • Implement security features for ActiveTransfer file transfers
    • Use advanced file transfer features, such as acceleration of transfers
    • Monitor file transfers
    • Use MWS for centralized administration and monitoring
    • Perform analytics using dashboarding
    • Use the Web client for file transfers
    • Find important information in the log file and do troubleshooting
    • Understanding high-availability configurations

    Attendees:

    Anybody dealing with administration and control of file transfers; webMethods Trading Networks administrators; Integration Server developers with Trading Networks responsibility

    Duration:

    2 days

    Available languages:

    course book: English
    course delivery: Dutch, English, French, German, Spanish

    Prerequisite:

    Understanding file transfer protocols

    Content:

     

    • ActiveTransfer Overview
    • Configure and managing ActiveTransfer servers
    • Manage ActiveTransfer Users
    • Managing events - post-processing actions & aerting
    • Scheduled and event-driven transfers
    • Centralized monitoring
    • Dashboarding and analytics
    • ActiveTransfer gateway
    • Securing transfers
    • Advanced features, such as acceleration and throttling
    • Monitoring and logging

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