MIDDLEWARE ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION TECHNOLOGIES SYLLABUS

MIDDLE-WARE AND ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION TECHNOLOGIES
SYLLABUS:-
Objectives of the Course:
  •   IT systems are more and more integrated with other software systems.
  •   The   knowledge  of   integrating   these systems by using middleware technologies
    can be a key competence for IT engineers. Middleware is commonly understood
    as   an   intermediary   software   layer   between   the   application   and   the   operating
    system, which encapsulates the heterogeneity of the underlying communication
    network, operating system or hardware platform.   This course provides details about the modern        component platforms. Based   on
    practical  examples,  details about  modern  middleware  technologies are  studied.
    Students    get  the  chance  to  gain  in-depth   knowledge    popular   middleware
    platforms.

 
1) Introduction to Object Oriented Systems
    Preview of Object-orientation, Concept of distributed object systems, Reasons to
    distribute   for   centralized   objects.   Client-server   system   architecture,   Multi   tier
    system architectures. File Server, Database Server, Group Server, Object Server,
    Web Server.
2).  Introduction to Middleware Technologies
    General    Middleware,    Service   Specific  Middleware,    Client/Server   Building
    blocks – RPC – Messaging – Peer – to – Peer, Java RMI. 
3) Introduction to Distributed Objects
    Computing standards, OMG, Overview of CORBA, Overview of COM/DCOM,
    and Overview of EJB. 
4). EJB Architecture
    Overview   of   EJB   software   architecture,   View   of   EJB   Conversation,   Building
    and Deploying EJBs, Roles in EJB.
 
5). EJB Applications
    EJB Session Beans, EJB entity beans, Lifecycle of Beans, EJB clients, Steps in
    developing an application with EJB, EJB Deployment.
 
6). CORBA
    Introduction and concepts, distributed objects in CORBA, CORBA components,
    architectural   features,   method   invocations,   static   and   dynamic:  IDL   (Interface
    Definition    Language)    models   and   interfaces.  Structure  of  CORBA      IDL,
    CORBA’s      self-describing   data;  CORBA      interface  repository.  Building   an
    application using CORBA. 
7).Service Oriented architecture(SAO) Fundamentals
    Defining SOA, Business value of SOA, SOA characteristics, Concept of a service,
    Basic SOA , Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), SOA enterprise Software Models.
 
8). Web Services Technologies
    XML   Technologies       –  XML,    DTD,   XSD,    XSLT<   XQUERY,   XPATH,           Web
    Services and SOA, WSDL, SOAP, UDDI, WS Standards (WS-*), Web Services
    and   Service   Oriented   Enterprise   (SOE),   WS   _   Coordination   and   Transaction,
    Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL4WS)

Text Books
1.  G. Sudha Sadasivam “Distributed Component Architecture”, Wiley India edition.
2.  Thomas Erl “Service Oriented Architecture: Concepts , Technology & Design”,
    Prentice Hall
3.  G.   Brose,   A   Vogel   and  K.  Duddy,   “Java   programming     with   CORBA”,     3rd
    Edition, Wiley-dreamtech, India John Wiley and sons

References
1. Robert Orfali, Dan Harkey, “Client/server Programming with Java & Corba
    W/cd”, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd.
2. Clemens Szyperski, “Component Software: Beyond Object-Oriented
    Programming”, Pearson Education.
3. A. Tanenbaum, M. Van Steen: Distributed Systems (II Edition), Pearson
    Education, 2007th
4.  Bill Burke, “Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0”, 5        Edition, O’Reilly Publications.
5.  Sudha Sadasivam “Component Based technology” ,             Wiley India
6.  Ed Roman, “Mastering Enterprise Java Beans”, John Wiley & Sons Inc.,
7.  Mowbray, “Inside CORBA”, Pearson Education.
8.  Jason Pritchard, “COM and CORBA side by side”, Pearson Education 

9.  Introduction to C# Using .NET Pearson Education
10. C# How to program, Pearson Education
11. Andrew Troelsen, “C# and the .NET Platform”, Apress Wiley-dreamtech, India
    Pvt. Ltd.
12. Don Box, “Essential COM”, Pearson Education.
13. Tom, Valesky, “Enterprise Java Beans”, Pearson Education