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BMC Atrium Orchestrator 7.6: Foundation - Part 3

This five-day, instructor-led course introduces advanced topics and features of BMC Atrium Orchestrator. Students are introduced to core Web Services standards such as SOAP, WSDL, and HTTP Communication. Use of Extensible Stylesheet Language in BMC Atrium Orchestrator enables the student to generate complex and detailed XML documents within workflows. Students are introduced to the product’s built-in auditing and metrics collection facilities and how to instrument individual workflows with Metrics activities. Finally, this course introduces integration with BMC BladeLogic Server Automation. This enables BMC Atrium Orchestrator to conduct data center-wide audit, compliance, and software deployments across multiple operating systems and servers.

Major release:

BMC Atrium Orchestrator 7.x

Good for:

Administrators, Developers

Course Delivery:

Instructor-Led | 40.00 horas

Course Modules

  • Introduction to Web Services
    • What Is a Web Service?
    • Styles of Use
    • REST Web Services
    • HTTP Request and Reply
    • Resources: Collections vs. Entities
    • Resources and HTTP Verbs
    • HTTP Reply Codes
    • REST vs. SOAP
    • The HTTP Adapter
    • HTTP Adapter Configuration
    • HTTP Adapter XML
  • Soap Web Services
    • Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)
    • Basic SOAP Structure
    • SOAP Envelope, Header, Body
    • SOAP Fault Messages
    • Web Service Descriptor Language (WSDL)
    • Schemas, Messages, Port Types, Bindings, and Services
    • Web Services and WSDL
    • Using soapUI
  • Calling Web Services
    • The Web Services Adapter
    • Web Services Adapter Configuration
    • Method 1, Method 2, Jax-WS
    • Method Differences
    • Common Parameters
  • Providing Web Services
    • ORCA vs. Legacy
    • WSDL Addresses
    • Security Headers
    • ORCA Web Services Operations
    • Exposing a Web Service
    • Enabling a Peer as an Endpoint
    • Web Services Security
  • XSLT
    • What Is XSL?
    • The Advanced Transform Editor
    • Meta Tags
    • Applying and Calling Templates
    • Building Structure
    • Using Tokens
    • Copying and Formatting Nodes
    • XSL Flow Control
    • Parameters
  • Calling Adapters
    • Why Invoke Adapters “Directly”?
    • Adapter Invocation Process
    • Adapter Request XML
    • The Call Adapter Activity
    • Static vs. Dynamic Invocation
    • Dynamic Adapter Invocation Pitfalls
    • Sample Adapter Request XML
    • Capturing Adapter Request XML
    • Using Log levels and the Grid Log
    • Capture Adapter Request XML
  • Bladelogic Integration
    • Introduction to BladeLogic
    • BladeLogic Security and creating users
    • The BladeLogic CLI
    • The BladeLogic Adapter
    • Integration Overview
    • Adapter Configuration
    • BladeLogic Adapter Request and Reply XML
    • Deploying BLPackages with a Workflow
    • Deploying MSI Packages with a Workflow
    • Config Files, Templates, and Components
    • Creating Audit Jobs with a Workflow