WSO2 deployment and management – CORE for System Engineers
About this training
We created an instructor-led onsite WSO2 classroom training to get the most out of your time. This is standard classroom training.
This onsite training consists of presentation and labs / exercises.
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This training focusses on the role of System Engineers for the WSO2 product deployments, on-premise or cloud-based, and the day-to-day management of the WSO2 infrastructure. The focus is not the development of artefacts like API’s or Services, but rather on the deployment, configuration and operational support of the WSO2 product itself. Touching on topics like Ansible, Monitoring with Jolokia, Grafana, Telegraf and Prometheus. This course, like all Yenlo courses, has more hands-on labs than time permits, allowing students to cherry pick the labs that they are interested most.
If you need to deliver support and trouble shoot on a daily basis, then this training is meant for you.
During registration you can specify which WSO2 product are in scope for you: WSO2 API, WSO2 EI and/or WSO2 IAM.
Audience and prior knowledge
The audience for this training or people with an interest in the deployment models and management of WSO2 products like the WSO2 API manager, WSO2 Enterprise Integrator and the WSO2 Identity Server. You need to have prior knowledge about system engineering, linux, scripting to join this training. Contact us if you have any questions.
Price & Payment
The Training is based on a fixed-price per participant. The payment needs to be done upfront. An invoice will be sent after your registration. After receiving your payment you will get an email with detailed instructions about the training and how to access the labs.
Day to day programme
For fields and settings, check “About this training” on the bottom of the page.
Day 1: Setting up the environment:
- Adding a certificate to the default keystore
- Exchanging H2 for MariaDB
- Configure SSO for WSO2 product in scope
- Changing hostnames
- Install WSO2 as a Service
- General maintenance (log rotation)
Day 2: Deployment and update cycles
- Using WSO2 Update Manager (WUM)
- Ansible playbooks
- Installing Jolokia, Telegraf, Prometheus and Grafana
- Working with the admin services
- Using the import and export functions
Minimum required knowledge before you enter the course
Participants are expected to have basic programming experience, to have a conceptual understanding of message-oriented middleware and SOA, particularly web services and related standards (SOAP, WSDL, XML). No specific WSO2 knowledge is required.
We will run this training online on our Yenlo training platform and will provide you all necessary virtual servers running on Amazon (AWS) you need to follow this online training. We work with a graphical desktop to the AWS instances.
Labs are available via our Training Confluence platform from training start until training end. You will not receive any printed material. For the training materials we will give access using an account linked to your email address.
After the training you will also receive instructions on how to set up and environment to continue working with the WSO2 Enterprise Integrator.
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Frequently asked questions
The training can take place at Yenlo’s headquarters in Schiphol-Rijk (Amsterdam) or on site at a client when there is a large enough group of people. In COVID times we offer training online.
The regular training (classroom) ranges from one day to multiple days, depending on the product and type of training (e.g., fundamentals / advanced). Online trainings are always multiday.
Custom training is possible, however this will be priced differently since we need to change the standard training material. Please contact us if you have questions about custom training.
Classroom training is a whole day or multiple days with the trainer in a physical location. The trainer helps you directly when you have questions and of course explains the theory.
The online training is conducted completely online and is a slimmed down version of the regular training to make it manageable for people to do it on their own.
In an online training setting, you will have a morning session where we explain and discuss theory. The afternoon is spent on your own, in the virtual environment, with help from the trainer via Teams or other communication tools.
The computer (e.g., a PC) should be able to run NoMachine and be able to make a connection to our training environment. Several ports and internet access need to be open / available since everything is done in the cloud. The PC should ideally be running Windows.
Note: In case of an internet connection not being available, we could revert to a local installation. Meaning that you install the environment on your local pc and work from there. To be able to install the ‘no machine software’, as well as the port openings, you need to have administrative rights.
We will be running a CentOS 7 Linux environment running on an Amazon with two cores and eight gigabytes of memory. This should be enough for the training in general.
Linux and knowledge of Linux is handy. However, within the training, the number of specific Linux commands that we are going to use, will be limited to some very simple commands that are also familiar for Windows users. Like for instance, moving within a directory structure with CD, and starting the scripts from WSO2 using the command line tool.
You do not necessarily need to be a developer to attend the training and to be able to finish the training. The training often focuses more on configuration than on typical coding. In other words, most of the stuff that you are doing, will be done by clicking and typing.
No, knowledge of an enterprise service bus is something that is handy. But it is not a prerequisite. If you are not familiar with the concepts that are typically associated with connecting systems, you can always have a discussion with our training department / our trainer, to see if you can attend the training.
In some cases, we can give you some reading material. This is to improve your knowledge before the training.
Having said that, we have had project managers, with almost no development experience or knowledge of the concepts of the enterprise service bus, and they were able to complete the training.
Whenever you are learning something new, it is going to be a challenge for your mind. With that, we mean that you are going to learn new concepts, new interfaces, new tools. This will make the training require energy, but the training will be manageable.
However, it is very common to be overloaded with information at the end of the day, that is why the training instances are often just shut down at night because of the need to rest for your mind, to be able to absorb the training material in a better way.
One of the most important things that we stress is that Rome was not built in one day. The training course that you will embark on will be the start of a journey as a developer or configurator of WSO2 products. Do not expect every aspect, every detail to be crystal clear from the first moment. It is very common to only have the pieces of the puzzle fall into place after some time, or some weeks. So, no. You will not be an instant expert.
The best way to prepare is to get a good night’s rest. Make sure that you read the prerequisites of the training material. And furthermore, have an open mind as to the things that you are about to learn.
Most of the labs can be done on your own computer. During the training you will have the training material online (confluence environment), after the training the materials and training environment will not be available anymore.
No, it is not allowed. The training material is the intellectual property of Yenlo and may not be photocopied or duplicated in any form or shape.
During the training you can always ask the trainer, directly in a classroom setting or using digital communication channels like Teams, WhatsApp, email when you have a question when doing the labs / homework.
For the API Manager and the Enterprise Integrator, there are advanced courses that will deepen your knowledge with regard to the two products. For Identity Server, an advanced course is under construction.
The training material, as well as the training, is given in English. However, the training can be given in Dutch or German as well. All materials will be in English, the explanation will be in either English, German or Dutch when there is a homogenous group, i.e. all speakers are either German or Dutch, and they agree to the change of language.
When there is a mixed group of students, we will revert to the common spoken language, English.