After completing this course, you should be able to:
Course introduction Quick introduction to developing on DataPower Exercise: First exposure to the DataPower developer environment Services overview Structure of a service Exercise: Creating a BookingService gateway Multi-protocol gateway service Problem determination tools Exercise: Enhancing the BookingService gateway Handling errors in a service policy Exercise: Adding error handling to a service policy DataPower cryptographic tools and SSL setup Exercise: Creating cryptographic objects and configuring SSL Service level monitoring Exercise: Implementing a service level monitor in a multi-protocol gateway Patterns for service configuration Exercise: Using a DataPower pattern to deploy a service Course summary
This course is also available as self-paced virtual (e-learning) course Supporting REST and JOSE in IBM DataPower Gateway V7.5 (ZE752G). This option does not require any travel.
This course teaches you the developer skills that are required to configure and implement services that support REST-based traffic and JOSE-based signatures and encryption on the IBM DataPower Gateways (IDG) with firmware version 7.5.1.
The DataPower Gateways allow an enterprise to simplify, accelerate, and enhance the security capabilities of its JSON, XML, web services, and REST deployments. For JSON payloads, DataPower supports digital signatures and encryption that conform to the JSON Object Signing and Encryption (JOSE) specification.
Through a combination of instructor-led lectures and hands-on lab exercises, you learn how to use the configuration options, processing actions, and GatewayScript to support REST-based message traffic. To protect JSON message payloads, you use JSON Web Signature (JWS) and JSON Web Encryption (JWE) actions in the processing policy of a service.
Hands-on exercises give you experience working directly with a DataPower gateway. The exercises focus on skills such as selecting request and response types, using the HTTP method criteria in a matching rule, style sheet and GatewayScript transforms, GatewayScript CLI debugging, signing JSON payloads, and encrypting JSON payloads.
Dans ce cours, vous apprendrez à écrire des programmes applicatifs qui utilise Data Language One (DL/I) pour gérer la base de données Information Management System (IMS).
Cette formation permet d'apprendre les bases d'Information Management System (IMS) : la base de données système IMS et IMS Transaction Manager (IMS/TM).
Explorez comment IMS et IMS/TM fonctionnent ensemble et comment les programmes d'application interagissent avec eux dans les systèmes d'entreprise complexes d'aujourd'hui.
This course teaches you the essential skills that are required to configure, implement, and troubleshoot services that are developed on the IBM DataPower Gateways (IDG) with firmware version 7.5.0, regardless of use case.
The DataPower Gateways allow an enterprise to simplify, accelerate, and enhance the security capabilities of its XML and web services deployments, and extend the capabilities of its service-oriented architecture (SOA) infrastructure. The gateways also extend these capabilities into the JSON, REST, and Mobile application areas.
Through a combination of instructor-led lectures and hands-on lab exercises, you learn how to develop and debug services that are implemented on the DataPower gateways. These skills include WebGUI and Blueprint Console navigation, service type selection, basic multi-protocol gateway configuration, creating and using cryptographic objects, and configuring SSL connections. You also learn how to use various problem determination tools such as logs, monitors, and probes, and techniques for testing DataPower services and handling errors.
Hands-on exercises give you experience working directly with a DataPower Gateway. The exercises focus on skills such as creating multi-protocol gateways, working with cryptographic and SSL objects, configuring service level monitoring, troubleshooting services, handling errors in a service policy, and deploying a service from a pattern.