After completing this course, you should be able to:
- Describe how DataPower gateways are configured
- Create and configure cryptographic objects
- Configure Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to and from DataPower gateways
- Configure a multi-protocol gateway (MPGW) to handle multiple protocols from a single service
- Configure a service level monitoring (SLM) policy to control message traffic
- Use logs and probes to troubleshoot services
- Use patterns to define and deploy new services
- Configure message transformation and routing by using style sheets (XSL) and GatewayScripts
- Handle errors in service policies
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
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- Prix2390 € HT
- Durée3 jours