Certified Professional for Software Architecture (CPSA®)
The CPSA® Advanced Level Module SOA‑T – iSAQB® Training Course in Service-oriented Software Architecture
How do you develop service-oriented architectures (SOAs)?
The curriculum includes the systematic development of service-oriented architectures (SOAs), with introductory SOA terminology, technical concepts and example technologies, as well as procedures for the design, testing and operation of SOAs. Case studies and an outlook on current developments in service-based systems complete the content.
Credit Points for SOA‑T Training Courses
Content of the module Service-oriented Architecture (SOA‑T)
How to design service-oriented architecture
Especially in the context of business-critical processes with high security requirements, service-oriented software architecture (SOA) continues to be an important component of software development. In this module, participants will understand in which cases a service-oriented architecture makes particular sense, and how it can be implemented.
The technical concepts in a service-oriented architecture are discussed as well as technical service design and application architectures. Software architects will also learn about key tools in a service-oriented IT landscape.
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