Manage Alliance Access


01 - 01 Jan, 1970



Why Attend?

This course will teach you how to manage and configure your Alliance Access interface, so you can use it to its full potential and meet your business needs. Alliance Access is a messaging interface designed to connect customers’ business applications to SWIFT’s messaging services. SWIFT has designed Alliance Access to communicate with all SWIFTNet messaging services and ensure that it is effective for customers with a high volume of messages.

Alliance Access is a certified FIN, InterAct, FileAct and RMA interface. This course is designed for those who need to know how to administer Alliance Access and Entry and perform Alliance Access configuration tasks. This course is part of the recommended training path to become a Qualified Alliance Access Administrator

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    By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

    • Understand how to administer, manage, monitor and secure your Alliance Access and Entry
    • Connect your instance of Alliance Access and Entry to Alliance Gateway
    • Identify the functions involved in monitoring and maintaining Alliance Access and Entry 
    • Explain the concept of message flows (i.e. queues, message instances, routing schema, routing rules, exit points and message partners) and configure Alliance Access and Entry to meet required customisation needs
    • Understand how to implement automation of maintenance tasks

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Information Technology, Payment Systems

• Updates: installation of patches, message syntax tables, deployment packages, SWIFTRef files, and Application Service Profiles

 • User Management and Security Parameters: default Alliance Security Officers, profiles, operators, authentication methods, and security parameters

 • Alliance Gateway Connectivity: configuring Alliance Gateway connections, configuring Logical Terminals connections as well as emission and reception profiles

 • Message Partners: connectivity of Alliance Access with external applications and printers

 • Routing: defining routing rules in Alliance Access, purpose of routing schema, setting up additional routing keywords

 • Message Searching and Reporting: using advanced searching functions and reporting

 • Archive and back-up procedures: safe-storing SWIFT messages, events and software configuration

 • Scheduling and Calendar: automation of daily tasks

 • System Parameters and Event Log: how to change system parameters, how to troubleshoot effectively the system and how to activate or de- activate alarms

 • Using the Monitoring GUI: supervising and operating the elements which are visible through the Monitoring GUI

1970 - Course Type & Date

DATE: 01 - 01 Jan, 1970

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