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Talend ESB Basics

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

This course presents the basics of Talend ESB, providing theoretical and practical knowledge on its capabilities, its components, and using it to complete integration projects.

Duration 2 days (14 hours)
Target audience Java application developers and software architects
Prerequisites Completion of Data Integration Basics, a good understanding of Java
Course objectives

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Create mediation Routes
  • Explore messages, exchanges, and the SiMPLE language
  • Use Java code and JavaBeans
  • Reroute messages
  • Discover Enterprise Information Patterns (EIP)
  • Call DI Jobs from Routes
  • Explore more EIPs
  • Message with a dedicated broker
  • Develop SOAP web services
  • Develop REST web services
Course agenda

Creating mediation Routes

  • Defining a simple file-consuming route

Exploring messages, exchanges, and the SiMPLE language

  • Custom logging with SiMPLE expressions
  • Setting up a body and headers with ESB components

Using Java code and JavaBeans

  • Accessing an exchange using Java
  • Creating a JavaBean

Rerouting messages

  • Using the cDirect component to reroute a message

Discovering EIPs

  • Content-based routing
  • Splitting a message
  • Routing a message in a sequence of destinations
  • Broadcasting a message

Calling DI Jobs from Routes

  • Creating a Route to call Jobs
  • Creating DI Jobs
  • Configuring the cTalendJob component

Exploring more EIPs

  • Duplicating a message
  • Load balancing between two Routes
  • Throttling and delaying messages

Messaging with a dedicated broker

  • Sending messages to ActiveMQ
  • Reading messages from ActiveMQ

Developing SOAP web services

  • Creating a simple SOAP web service
  • Developing a SOAP consumer Job
  • Creating a product catalog SOAP service

Developing REST web services

  • Creating a simple REST web service
  • Developing a REST consumer Job
  • Adding URL parameters in REST services
  • Using the HTTP verb POST