This course is primarily designed to educate those that will be using Iguana to monitor, manage and build interfaces in their day to day activities. You will finish confident in your ability to monitor existing interfaces, trouble shoot any issues that may arise, and build the basic channel structure connecting any source to any destination. We will cover how to build and monitor your interfaces with the use of the Dashboard, research and troubleshoot through the logs, administer a server through the settings, and customize interfaces with the translator. All these functions are necessary to successfully connecting two or more systems together and there is no better tool to do it with.
The course teaches by doing, so I took situations from real life requests and turned them into education opportunities. You will be building at least three HL7 interfaces! Now Iguana can handle a lot more than HL7 but HL7 is the most common and easily understood specification which makes it a perfect candidate to focus on the Iguana application. We walk you through the HL7 specification basics and attempt to prepare you for real world situations that can arise when building interfaces. Students will also obtain the basics theories and syntax for Lua, the programming language utilized by Iguana.
Course attendees are expected to bring their own laptops, which are capable of running Iguana 5.5.
All attendees have the right to sit the Level 1 Certification exam at no additional cost.
The cost is $1695 USD + tax per person to attend the course. If you attend and do not feel equipped to use Iguana afterwards, then you are entitled to come again within 12 months at no extra cost.
We usually have more people subscribing for these courses than we have places for. For this reason we do not offer refunds for these training sessions.
If you wish to reserve a place you can either send a purchase order or order online through eventbrite.
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Attendees should arrive by 9:00 am for all three days.
There is always a group dinner at the end of Day 1 and breakfast and lunch is provided for the three days.
|Day||Breakfast||Session 1||Lunch||Session 2|
|Day 1||8:45AM||9:00||12PM||1-5 pm|
|Day 2||8:45AM||9:00||12PM||1-5 pm|
|Day 3||8:45AM||9:00||12PM||1-5 pm|
Jeff Lewis who has been using Iguana for over 5 years as an integration engineer at TeleTracking Technologies before joining iNTERFACEWARE presents the courses. Jeff liked Iguana so much that he joined the company! Jeff has personally defined, designed, built, and deployed the interfaces for close to 500 clients, many having multiple interfaces.
During this time, Jeff earned certifications in A+, Various Microsoft certifications, PMP and a B.S. from Duquesne University.
Jeff has a wealth of integration knowledge having seen how interfacing is done with hundreds of real world systems.
The course will also have a Q&A session where attendees will have the opportunity to talk with the core developers on the Iguana Translator and ask any technical questions that they have