IBM Data Power Course Details

IBM Datapower is a completely job-oriented training with real-time case scenarios and certification is also awarded to the successful candidates. XML, XSL, AAA, cryptographic objects and tools, architecture, SOA appliance installation and many such key topics are covered in the various course modules. Learn the concepts from the best IBM Datapower training institutes in USA which offers well-reputed courses by IBM certified and well-experienced trainers having relevant industry experience. The course curriculum is designed as per the market needs and help students acquire basic and advanced skills in the IBM Datapower concepts.



Ø  IBM Data Power Training Course Outline


v  Overview of IBM WebSphere Datapower SOA appliances

v  Datapower services

v  How to create simple XML firewall

v  Understanding XML firewall service

v  Using XML firewalls for content-based routing

v  How to configure a multi-protocol gateway service

v  Learn about Web service proxy service

v  Web application firewall service

v  Service level monitoring

v  Overview of XSL and XML

v  Cryptographic tools and objects in Datapower

v  Protection against XML threats

v  Overview of XML and Web services security

v  Authentication, authorization and auditing

v  How to configure LDAP using AAA policy

v  Administration of Datapower SOA appliances

v  Understanding problem determination tools

v  Debugging and troubleshooting

v  Objects monitoring


Ø  Who should attend IBM Data Power Training?


               Developers, administrators and IT professionals who are involved in installing, managing,                                         .              Administering and monitoring IBM WebSphere Datapower SOA appliances will benefit from

               this training course      

Ø  Pre-requisites for IBM Data Power Training

v  Participants should be familiar with the basic knowledge of Datapower as well as networking protocols, security and XML.     


Ø  Related Training


v  IBM WebSphere App Server

v  User Interface Developer

v  Network Administration

v  Linux

v  Ruby on Rails

v  Data Stage              


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