Using Ensemble as an integration engine requires learning how to develop and manage productions. The classes below can help you prepare for both.
When working with Ensemble, it is also important for system managers to know how to manage the InterSystems servers. Those developing and maintaining productions may need to write code using InterSystems Objects. Please see the related courses available below under System Basics.
Ensemble Course Content
|Developing System Integrations||
|Developing Healthcare Integrations||
|Building and Managing HL7 Integrations||
|Building HL7 Integrations||
|Managing InterSystems Integrations||
Developers can create integration solutions containing their own business services, business processes, and business operations. Developing System Integrations covers this for applications in any industry, and Developing Healthcare Integrations covers this for the healthcare industry. Developing Healthcare Integrations also includes using pre-built HL7 components.
Refer to the Learn Ensemble for Developers and System Integrators Resource Guide and learning.intersystems.com for other available learning resources.
Ensemble HL7 Productions
Ensemble provides pre-built HL7 business services, business processes, and business operations, and adapters to receive and send HL7 messages in an automated process. Building and Managing HL7 Integrations covers these pre-build HL7 business components as well has how to monitor, manage, and troubleshoot Productions using the Management Portal.
Refer to the Learn Ensemble for Developers and System Integrators Resource Guideand learning.intersystems.com for other available learning resources.
At your location
Two additional classes are available to be taught at your location only.
When working with Ensemble, it is important to have a working knowledge of InterSystems Objects for customisation and the underlying database management system for database-level configuration and administration.
Developers learn how to create classes, manipulate objects, and use tools within the InterSystems development environment.
System Administrators use the Management Portal to configure, operate, and manage InterSystems servers.