Oracle Application Integration Architecture 11g Certified Implementation Specialist

Oracle Application Integration Architecture 11g Essentials

The Oracle Application Integration Architecture 11g Essentials (1Z0-543) exam is primarily intended for implementation consultants, who know how to install the Oracle AIA11g Foundation Pack and perform the tasks required to manage an Oracle AIA project. Candidates should also be familiar with the Oracle SOA Suite11g capabilities and features. Up-to-date training and field experience are recommended.

To learn more, candidates should attend the Oracle Application Integration Architecture 11g Implementation Boot Camp.

Oracle Partners passing this exam will be recognized as OPN Certified Specialists. This certification helps their companies qualify for the Oracle Application Integration Architecture Specialization.  

Exam Number:
105 minutes
Associated Certifications:
Oracle Application Integration Architecture 11g Certified Implementation Specialist

OPN Certified Specialist
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Exam Price:
US $245

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Exam Validation:
Exam validated against release
Exam Format:
Multiple Choice


Recommended Training Additional Information & Resources Exam Topics Fraudulent Activity Policy

Recommended Training
Oracle Application Integration Architecture 11g Essentials – Exam Study Guide (PDF) (printable and recorded PDF, Adobe Reader V10 is required)
Oracle Application Integration Architecture 11g Implementation Boot Camp
Oracle Application Integration Architecture Implementation Specialist Guided Learning Path


Additional Information & Resources

Exam Retake Policy
Specialization Catalog (PDF) for all launched and planned Specializations
Product Mapping to Specialization (XLS)
More Training Opportunities for Oracle Partners


Exam Topics

Introduction to Application Integration Architecture (AIA)

  • Describe the AIA Concepts & Products
  • Explain the AIA Value Proposition
  • Explain Types of Integrations Supported by AIA
  • Explain typical AIA Project Lifecycle
  • Outline AIA Product Strategy, Availability and Roadmap

Enterprise Mediation (EBO, EBS, EBM)

  • Describe Enterprise Business Objects
  • Describe Enterprise Business Services
  • Describe Enterprise Business Messages
  • Describe Service Construction
  • Outline SOA Development Lifecycle

Functional Design of an Integration

  • Create a new AIA Project
  • Add an existing service into an AIA Project
  • Create a new service solution component request
  • Analyze the Participating Application Connectivity Technology
  • Define the Deployment Strategy

Technical Design of an Integration

  • Introduce Technical Components of an AIA Project
  • Analyze the ABM to EBM mapping
  • Design the EBSs
  • Design the EBFs
  • Design the ABCSs

Business Process Orchestration

  • Describe Concepts of Business Process Orchestration
  • Create an Enterprise Business Flows (EBF)
  • Create a Composite Business Processes (CBP)
  • Update existing EBFs and/or CBPs

Governing SOA Development Lifecycle

  • Explain Functional Decomposition
  • Create Services using Service Constructor
  • Generate Bill-of-material & Deployment Plan
  • Install & Deploy AIA Artifacts
  • Identify Assets in Oracle Enterprise Repository (OER)

Service Deployment

  • Explain AIA Deployment Plan
  • Create a Bill of Materials
  • Create a Deployment Plan
  • Package Integration Solution (PIP)
  • Deploy AIA Content Manually

Annotating and Harvesting AIA Artifacts

  • Describe Annotation and Harvesting
  • Annotate a Service
  • Harvest a Service (to OER)

Testing & Maintenance

  • Describe Test & Maintain AIA Integrations
  • Create CAVS Simulators
  • Describe Versioning
  • Describe AIA Error Handling & Logging
  • Describe AIA Guaranteed Message Delivery

Implementation Best Practices

  • Outline a typical AIA Project Plan and Methodology
  • Describe AIA Implementation Governance
  • Discuss AIA Implementation Methods, Planning and Estimating
  • Describe Integrating with Oracle Applications using AIA
  • Describe Integrating with Legacy and 3rd Party Apps

Advanced AIA Implementation Topics

  • Discuss Advanced SOA Design Patterns and Security
  • Discuss Cluster Topologies and Installation
  • Discuss Development Tools and Resources
  • Discuss Sizing and Coding for Performance
  • Describe AIA B2B Support

Upgrading and Migrating from previous versions of AIA

  • Explain AIA Upgrade and Migration Scenarios
  • Upgrade AIA Technology Stack
  • Migrate AIA Artifacts
  • Discuss AIA Migration Strategies and Approaches
  • Describe the AIA Migration Flow


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