Code: ADM300
Duration in days: 3
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€ 1850

Course JBoss Administration

26-06 till 28-06-2019
28-08 till 30-08-2019
30-10 till 01-11-2019
02-12 till 04-12-2019
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Audience JBoss Administration Course

Course JBoss Administration System Administrators and Web Developers who need to administer and control the JBoss Server and who need to deploy applications onto JBoss versions AS 7.*, WildFly or EAP 6.*.

Prerequisites Course JBoss Administration

Participants should be familiar basic computing skills like working with a command prompt and accessing the file system. Knowledge of Web Applications and other Web Servers is beneficial.

Realization Training JBoss Administration

The theory is covered using presentation slides. The concepts are further explained using demo’s. The theory is alternated with exercises. The course material is in English. The course times are from 9.30 up and to 16.30.

Certification JBoss Administration

Participants receive an official certificate JBoss Administration after successful completion of the course.

Contents Course JBoss Administration

In this course you will learn the details of setting up, configuring, and fine-tuning the JBoss application server. Versions JBoss EAP 6.* and AS 7.* are used in the course. Participants in this training will learn the details of the architecture, steps involved in setting up the application server, basic deployments, production installation and deployment issues, tuning and monitoring, securing the services and clustering. This course is based on the latest JBoss Application Server though it also covers differences from the previous versions of the server. JBoss Application Server version 7.0 features many improvements over previous releases, such as centralized configuration management, easier administration, modular core and class loading, parallel deployment, improved startup times, and many new features. The course is targeted toward application support individuals, such as system administrators, configuration management and quality assurance personnel who wish to become proficient in configuring and administrating JBoss Application Servers. But also developers of applications will benefit from the course. They also learn to understand the needs of the deployed applications as well as different deployment scenarios like clustered versus farmed.

Module 1 : Java EE Standard

Module 2 : JBoss Intro

Module 3 : Class Loading

Java EE Standard
Java EE Servers
Servlets and JSP’s
EJB Components
Persistent Entities
Layered Architecture
Container Services
Session Beans
Pooling Stateless Session Beans
Stateful Session Bean Life Cycle
Passivation and Activation Process
Java EE API’s
JAX-WS Java EE Web Services
JAX-WS Operation
JAXB for Java to XML Binding
REST Web Services
Java Messaging Service
Message Driven Beans
JBoss AS TimeLine
Kernel Taxonomy
Relation to Java EE spec
JBoss AS versus EAP
JBoss EAP 6
Features of EAP 6
Standalone versus Domain
Profiles and Subsystems
Datasources Subsystem
Standalone and Domain Mode
Start Standalone Server
Management Resources
Class Loading Preference
Modular Class Loading
Why use Modules?
Static Modules
Dynamic Modules
Module Dependencies
Dependency Example
Class Loading in Deployments
Dynamic Module Naming
Class Loading and Subdeployments
Implicit Module Dependencies
Included Modules

Module 4 : JBoss Logging

Module 5 : User Management

Module 6 : JBoss Security

Logging in Java
log4J Basic Concepts
Logging API
Simple Logging
JBoss Logging
Supported Logging Frameworks
Bootup Logging
View Bootup Errors
read-boot-errors Command
Garbage Collection Logging
Log Levels
Logging Configuration
Handlers and Loggers
About User Management
Creating a User
Using Web Console
Using Command Line Interface
Add user Command Arguments
Specifying Realms
Passing Arguments
Alternate Property Files
User in Single Group
User in Multiple Groups
Remote Access
Administrator Privileges
Securing Applications
Filtering Clients by Source
Plain-Text Login Module
Database Login Module
FORM-based Login
Configuring JBoss AS for SSL
Creating SSL Certificates
Configure SSL Connector
Requiring SSL in Apps
Securing JMS destinations
Securing AS
AS System User
File System Security
Java Security Manager
Running Behind a Firewall

Module 7 : Connecting to Databases

Module 8 : Web Services and JBoss

Module 9 : Clustering

Java Database Connectivity
JDBC Architecture and Operation
JDBC Drivers
JDBC Executing a Statement
Types of DataSources
Deployment of *ds.xml Files
Non XA Datasources
Datasource Connection URL’s
Non-XA Datasources
Datasource Connection URL’s
Common Datasources Parameters
Common Pool Parameters
Core Datasource Statistics
JDBC Statistics
Example MySQL Datasource
Module.xml Files
Module Add Command
Web Services Overview
Service Oriented Architecture
Web Services With JAX-WS
Web Services on JBoss
Configure Web Services Options
Modify WSDL Address
WSDL Host Setting
WSDL Secure Port
Web Services Subsystem
Adding Handlers
Configuring Handler Chain
Reload Server
What is Clustering?
Clustering Terminology
Clustering Types
Vertical and Horizontal
Sticky Sessions
State Replication
Clustering in Jboss
HTTP Session Clustering
Improved Scaling
Session Beans
Java Persistence API
Hornet HA
Shared Store
Message Replication
HTTP Connectors

Module 10 : Performance Tuning

Performance Considerations
Important Performance Aspects
Java Performance Timeline
Code Compilation and JIT
Establishing Benchmarks
JVM Tuning
Heap Tuning and Stack Tuning
Generational GC
Java Object Behavior
Heap Space Organization
Heap Area Characteristics
Measuring Garbage Collection
Concurrent Mark and Sweep
Tuning Garbage Collection
Application Server Trimming
Thread Pool Tuning
Database Connection Pooling

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