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Using Ensemble as an integration engine requires learning how to develop and manage productions. The classes below will help you prepare for both.

When working with Ensemble, it is also important to have a working knowledge of Caché ObjectScript and Caché System Management. Please see the related courses available below.

Courses Healthcare
Focused
HL7
Interfaces
Custom
Interfaces
Managing
Environment
Building Business Productions
Building Healthcare Productions
Building and Managing HL7 Productions
Building HL7 Productions
Managing Productions

Developers use our Management Portal and Studio to create integration solutions containing custom business services, business processes, and business operations. Building Business Productions covers integration between applications for any industry. Building Healthcare Productions covers integration specific to a healthcare environment, including using pre-built HL7 components.

Building Business Productions
Building Healthcare Productions

Ensemble provides pre-built HL7 business services, business processes, business operations, and adapters to receive and send HL7 messages in an automated process. Learn how to handle the processing and routing of HL7 messages and how to monitor, manage, and troubleshoot productions with Ensemble’s Management Portal.

Building and Managing HL7 Productions

At your location

Two additional classes are available to be taught at your location only.

Building HL7 Productions
Managing Productions

When working with Ensemble, it is important to have a working knowledge of the Caché ObjectScript programming language for customization and the underlying database management system for database-level configuration and administration.

Application Development
Developers build high-performance transactional applications by using Studio to create classes, write Caché ObjectScript, to define their business logic, and learn to use other tools within the Caché Development Environment.

Caché Foundations

Database-Level Management
System Administrators use the Web-based Management Portal to configure, operate, and manage the Caché System, and the applications that use it.

Caché System Management