MultiSpeak® Integrator Training

 

Sunday, March 10, 2019

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Instructors:

  • Marlon Umali, Consultant, KLM Technologies
  • Jeremy Westbrook, Principal Consultant, Increase Technologies, Inc.
  • Alvin Razon, MultiSpeak® Program Manager, NRECA
  • Tony Thomas, Principal Engineer, Distribution & Engineering Operations, NRECA

Registration Fee:

  • MultiSpeak® Subscribers:
  • NRECA Co-op members: $699
  • NRECA Co-op members 2+ from same Co-op: $299
  • Non Co-op attendees: $899
  • Non Co-op attendees 2+ from same org: $399
  • Non-MultiSpeak® Subscribers:
  • NRECA Co-op members: $899
  • NRECA Co-op members 2+ from same Co-op: $399
  • Non Co-op attendees: $1,099 per Attendee
  • Non Co-op attendees 2+ from same org: $599

This 8 hour course is an introduction to the foundational building blocks needed to implement a MultiSpeak® Integration/Interoperability project.  The target audience is Utility staff, Software Vendor developers or product managers, and Consultants – anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of how to leverage MultiSpeak® in their integration/interoperability projects between software enterprise systems.  Attendees will gain an understanding of the MultiSpeak Version 5.0 specification, including:

  • An understanding of the purposes of the MultiSpeak® web services functional endpoints and how to choose the endpoints important to your software applications and integration project.
  • An introduction to the MultiSpeak® messaging model and how to choose which web service methods are important for your planned integration.
  • An introduction to the MultiSpeak® data model and how the data model objects relate to message payloads.
  • An introduction to the extensive Version 5.0 use case project that documents how methods are to be implemented and how MultiSpeak® supports utility business processes.
  • A discussion of lessons learned from past integrations and pitfalls to avoid.
  • How utilities can effectively specify the business process functionality they expect in a vendor-developed software interface.
  • How utilities can ensure that the desired interface functionality is delivered and works as expected.
  • How MultiSpeak® certification tests are performed and what information they provide to assist utility personnel to understand what is, and is not, provided in a vendor-supplied interface.

 

Intended audience:

  • Utility IT personnel and software developers
  • Software vendor interface developers or product managers
  • Consultants who assist utilities to specify or develop software integration features
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