WSA500 - Web Services Architecture
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Web Services Architecture
The use of Web Services is expanding rapidly as the need for application-to-application communication and interoperability grows, making them available across the internet. The course will introduce students to a set of communication technologies as defined by Web Service standards. This subject specifically address the skills needed to understand basic concepts like XML, WSDL, UDDI, SOAP.
1 Credit for CPA Diploma Students or the Database (Oracle/Java) Developer Certificate
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Understand Web Services Architecture and Web Services Fundamentals
2. Take advantage of the Simple Object Access Protocol
3. Grasp the XML Technologies for Web Services
4. Know how to use Java Web Services Developer Pack and Java technologies and tools for Web Services
5. Use Web Services Description Languages for describing network services of any particular application using concepts like: ports, messages, bindings and services
6. Publish and discover Web Services with Universal Description, Discovery and Integration
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