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Michael Deskis

Michael Deskis - Mr. Deskis has twenty years of exposure in the design, construction and implementation of mainframe and client/server application systems.  His experience ranges from programming in a variety of languages (COBOL, Assembler, C and Java®) through database design and into data warehousing. The breadth of his exposure ranges from large-scale mainframe operations to smaller client/server systems allowing him to articulate solutions to many types of business scenarios and understand the implications of system migrations.

During his most recent tenures he has been worked closely with IBM utilizing their Visual Warehouse product to migrate legacy systems to smaller more user-responsive enterprise data warehouses with Java-enabled front-ends.  He is one of a select few individuals authorized by IBM to teach their Visual Warehouse Business Intelligence and VisualAge for Java® curriculum in North American.  In 1998, IBM ranked their entire worldwide instructor/developmental staff based upon student evaluation forms and Mr. Deskis was ranked in the top 3% of all global instructors used by IBM. 

Course Features:
Course Outline TXT
Level 1
Web Services Overview
Business Integration Issues
Integration Barriers
Solution: Integrated Architecture
Current Integration
B2B Integration Solution
Web Service Advantages
Web Service Characteristics
Defining a Web Service
Emerging Standards
Service-Oriented Architecture
SOA and Web Services
Illustrating SOA Environment
Define XML Web Service
Web Service Components
Enterprise Solutions Platform
Leading Web Service Vendors
J2EE vs .NET
Implementation Architecture
Client-tier Connectivity
Web Services Interaction
Market Dynamics
Web Service Model
B2C and B2B Comparison
Legacy Integration
Web Services Integration
Level 2
Examing SOAP
Illustrating SOAP
SOAP Messaging
Soap Hides Implementation
Web Services Protocol Stacks
SOAP Architecture
Basic SOAP Architecture
SOAP Envelope
SOAP Message
SOAP Attachments
Defining WSDL
Illustrating WSDL
WSDL Components
WSDL Parts
Service Orchestration
UDDI Registries
Web Services Discovery
Illustrating Service Registries
UDDI Registry
UDDI Process
UDDI Models
UDDI Data Models
UDDI Data Model Example
J2EE Integration
Three-Tier Architecture
Three-Tier with Web Services
EJB Web Services
JAXRPC/RMI with EJBs
.NET Integration
Defining .NET Web Services
.NET Web Service Components
Closure