Talend ESB Administration

Talend ESB is a reliable and scalable enterprise service bus (ESB) that lets development teams manage integration projects in a holistic manner, combining the integration of applications and data management in complex and heterogeneous computing environments.

This course helps administrators better understand Talend Server in the context of ESB deployments. It prepares you to use ESB Conductor, ESB Publisher, and ESB Runtime with routes and data services.

Duration Half day (3 hours)
Target audienceSoftware architects and system administrators
Prerequisites Talend Data Integration Administration or significant experience with Talend Server
Course objectives
After completing this course, you will be able to:
  • Use key components of the ESB infrastructure (TAC, SVN, Nexus artifact repository)
  • Deploy and publish routes using ESB Runtime, ESB Conductor, and Publisher/CommandLine
  • Use Service Locator, Service Activity Monitoring, and Event Logging
Course agendaESB infrastructure
  • Comparing DI Jobs to ESB routes and data services
  • Exploring ESB architecture
  • Managing ESB using Talend Administration Center (TAC)
SOAP and REST services
  • Differentiating between SOAP and REST services
Deploying services from TAC
  • Publishing services from TAC
  • Creating triggers in ESB Publisher
  • Duplicating tasks
Service Locator and Service Activity Monitoring
  • Monitoring status of SOAP and REST services
  • Monitoring activity of SOAP and REST services
Event logging
  • Exploring the event logging console