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JBoss Application Administration (JBOSS)

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Detailed Course Outline

Course Contents - DAY 1

Course Introduction

  • Administration and Course Materials

Session 1: INTRODUCTION TO JBOSS

  • Community and Enterprise Editions
  • The Application Server Environment
  • JBoss Component Tour

Session 2: JAVA ENTERPRISE EDITION ARCHITECTURE

  • Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) Applications
  • Web Components
  • Business Components
  • Web Services
  • JBoss and Middle Tier Architecture

Session 3: INSTALLATING JBOSS

  • Installation Options
  • Installing Java
  • Installing the JBoss Application Server

Session 4: ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS

  • Using the Command Line Interface (CLI)
  • Using the Web Admin Console
  • Scripting Tasks with CLI
  • JBoss and JMX

Course Contents - DAY 2

Session 5: CONFIGURATION IN STANDALONE MODE

  • Configuring JBoss for Standalone Mode
  • The standalone.xml Configuration File
  • The Standalone Mode Directory Structure

Session 6: CONFIGURATION IN DOMAIN MODE

  • Configuring JBoss for domain mode
  • The domain.xml and host.xml Configuration Files
  • Domain Controllers and Host Controllers
  • Using Server Groups

Session 7: MANAGING THE APPLICATION SERVER

  • Starting and Stopping JBoss Instances
  • Instance Life Cycle in Standalone Mode
  • Instance Life Cycle in Domain Mode
  • Backup and Recovery Options

Session 8: WORKING WITH LOGS

  • Configuring and Using the Logging Subsystem
  • Configuring the Built-in Handlers

Course Contents - DAY 3

Session 9: DEPLOYING APPLICATIONS

  • WAR Files, EAR Files and Deployment Descriptors
  • Standalone Mode Deployment
  • Domain Mode Deployment
  • Server Group Deployment
  • Deploying with CLI
  • Deploying with Web Admin Console

Session 10: DEFINING DATASOURCES

  • Communicating with databases
  • JDBC Drivers
  • Defining a Datasource
  • Database Connection Pooling

Session 11: JMS MESSAGING

  • Introduction to JMS
  • JBoss Messaging with HornetQ
  • Configuring Connection Factories, Topics and Queues

Session 12: MONITORING JBOSS

  • Monitoring Applications
  • Monitoring Server Subsystems

Course Contents - DAY 4

Session 13: WEB TIER CONFIGURATION

  • JBoss Web Configuration
  • Web Deployment Descriptors
  • Web Connectors
  • Configuring Apache Servers
  • Web Services and JAX-WS

Session 14: SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS

  • The JBoss Security Model
  • Using Login Modules
  • Securing Web Applications, EJBs and Web Services
  • Configuring HTTPS Connectors
  • Connecting to LDAP

Session 15: CLUSTERING

  • High Availability Solutions
  • JBoss Clustering
  • Load Balancing Configuration
  • Standalone and Domain Mode Clusters

Session 16: PERFORMANCE TUNING

  • Performance Issues and Solutions
  • Tuning the JVM
  • Web, JMS and EJB Tuning
 

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