MELD DIN INTERESSE: COURSE: IASA – INTEGRATION ARCHITECTURE
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arrangeres av Shiraz A. Bhaiji og resten av fagfolkene fra faggruppen Løsnings- og integrasjonsarkitektur
Pris for kurset:
Medlemmer tidlig påmelding: 19150,- eks mva
Medlemmer etter tidlig påmelding: 21150,- eks mva
Tid: 4 dager
Who Can Benefit?
The IASA Integration Architecture course is a three-day in-depth integration architecture discovery for:
➢ Practicing and aspiring integration architects.
➢ Senior Developers
➢ Senior technology resources that need to support integration architectures
➢ Senior Architecture Managers, and
➢ Technical Leaders
➢ Anyone that needs to understand integration architecture and work with architects
By the end of the course, students should be able to:
1. Explain the role of integration architecture in meeting corporate business objectives.
2. Explain to different stakeholders the key decisions surrounding the adoption of integration architecture and how those decisions impact the business mission.
3. Explain key technology decisions that impact the choice of business, software and infrastructure/cloud implementation technology choices.
4. Develop an end to end integration architecture for a corporate environment that based on sound architectural principles, processes and patterns.
5. Communicate about integration architecture with the right level of information for each different stakeholder.
6. Have a better understanding of how to apply the IASA Global Information Technology Body of Knowledge to real situations and come away with an intuitive feel and comfort about integration architecture practices.
Iasa’s program reflects how international organizations work, which is often more hierarchical and has a unique architectural approach. The certifications are therefore suitable for those who wish to obtain an international qualification.
The flexibility, quality, changeability, scalability and durability of a system depends on the underlying architecture. And good architecture is based on the correct foundation work. Lack of architecture work not only results in costly and ineffective solutions but also in long-term issues that get stuck in the activities that the solutions will support.
This program leverages the underpinnings of good architecture practice as defined by the IASA Global ITaBoK (the free Information Technology Architecture Body of Knowledge).
Often the missing step in many courses of this nature is practical workshops demonstrate integration:
➢ The architectural artifacts and techniques used to build an integration architecture,
➢ The software implications and choices that go into the adoption of modern integrations, including API development, microservices and other approaches.
➢ How to earn and justify a seat at the executive table through integration delivery and by preparation targeted to each senior stakeholder and executive. We also discuss how to deal with significant business decisions that impact the integration architecture.
Overview of Methods
The IASA Integration Architecture course is a 3-day exploration of modern integration techniques. In today’s technology landscape of hybrid cloud, IoT, API/Gateways, service mesh, serverless, microservices and the ever more complicated set of legacy systems and packaged SaaS solutions, integration could not be more important. However, due to the complexity of these systems, we must grow and new kind of integration architecture, which can deal with this complexity dependably and rationally. This course covers the primary integration patterns and methods in modern architectures including hands-on components such as cloud, microservices with traditional integration methods. Also, the course covers information structure and dependencies and techniques with a focus on shared dependencies in transactional and non-transactional formation across information entities.
In developing a real-world integration architecture, several key concerns include:
➢ Business objectives and value delivery are essential regardless of the technology choices
➢ Software and information concerns drive out the integration “application” structure and design, while
➢ The implementation will drive out infrastructure concerns, including implementation vehicles such as containerization versus serverless delivery.
This course provides an end to end understanding of these architectural aspects to leave the student with a solid understanding of the key issues.
There are no formal prerequisites; however, an understanding of architecture patterns and practices, as presented by the ITaBoK, are valuable. The detailed software delivery and tools use eclipse integrated development with Java.
Also, the core foundations course material provides an important background (but is not essential if you are familiar with the ITaBoK)