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Saturday, January 4, 2014

JBoss Administration


Training Topic

:
JBoss Administration Training
Duration
:
40 Hours
Hardware Requirement
:
*  Pentium IV with 1 GHz
*  Minimum 1 GB RAM
*  Networking
Software Requirement
:
* JDK 1.6
*  Jboss 5.0
  Database(Ms SQL, Oracle, MySQL)


Course Contents

Day 1

  1.  Java EE
·        Overview of Java EE (a.k.a. J2EE)
·        Java EE vs. other Web technologies
·        Java EE standards/specifications/semantics
·        Java EE and JBoss
  1.  JBoss
·        JBoss Organization
·        History of JBoss AS
·        Features of JBoss AS
·        JBoss AS Architecture
·        JBoss AS Services
·        JBoss AS Requirements
  1.  Installation
·        Getting and Installing Java
·        Configuring Java
·        Getting JBoss AS
·        Building JBoss AS from source
·        Installing JBoss AS
·        Unpacking
·        Running Java Installer
·        Understanding Differences
  1.  Directory Structure
·        Explaining JBoss AS Directories
·        bin, client, docs, lib, server, common
·        Explaining JBoss AS Configuration Sets
·        Difference between minimal, default, all
·        Internal Directory Structure
·        conf, lib, deploy, temp, work, data, log, etc.
·        Logging on JBoss
  1.  Starting/Stopping
·        Starting JBoss AS from command-line
·        Starting JBoss AS as a service
·        Verifying JBoss Startup
·        Stopping JBoss (locally, remotely)
·        Booting JBoss AS from network
  1.  Deployments
·        J2EE Development/Deployment Lifecycle and Roles
·        Deployment Descriptors (DTDs vs. Schemas)
·        Deployment on JBoss AS
·        JBoss Deployers (WAR, EAR, EJB, JAR, RAR, SAR, HAR, etc.)
·        Deployment Dependencies
·        Hot vs. Cold Deployment
·        JBoss conf/jboss-service.xml file
·        XMBeans
Day 2
q Services
·        Tomcat Web Container
§  Architecture and Configuration (server.xml)
§  Concepts (Connectors, Engine, Host, Context, Valve, etc.)
§  Understanding web.xml (Filters, Servlets, Mappings, etc.)
§  Default web.xml
§  Serving Static Content
§  Virtual Hosting
§  Web Access Logging
·        JNDI
§  Overview
§  JNDI on JBoss
·        JavaMail on JBoss
§  Overview
§  Configuration
·        JMX
§  Overview
§  Architecture
§  JMX on JBoss
§  JMX Console
§  Twiddle command-line tool
·        Automation
§  Deploying JMX Services
§  Web Console
§  JBoss Monitoring
§  JBoss Scheduler
§  JBoss Snapshots
§  Admin Console
§  JConsole
·        JMS
§  Overview
§  Architecture
§  Domains (Point-to-Point vs. Publish-Subscribe)
§  JMS on JBoss
§  Configuration
·        EJB
§  Overview (stateless/stateful session, entity, message-driven beans)
§  Architecture
§  Deployments (including EAR packaging)
§  EJB on JBoss
§  Remote Clients
§  Turning
·        Web Services
§  Overview
§  Architecture
§  Web Services on JBoss
§  Deployments
§  Remote Clients
§  Tooling
  •  Database Connectivity
·        Installing/setting up MySQL
·        Overview of JDBC
·        Installing JDBC Drivers
·        Defining Resource Requirements
·        Describing Database Resources (Connection Pools)
·        Resource Mapping
·        Testing database access
·        Embedded Hypersonic database
Day 4:
  •  Security
·        Securing Applications on JBoss AS
·        Filtering clients by IP/Hostname
·        Implementing JAAS-based declarative security
·        Authentication and Authorization
·        Plain-text
·        Database-based
·        Securing passwords
·        Basic vs Form login
·        Handling A&A failures
·        Data Transport Security (SSL)
·        Generating SSL certificates
·        Configuring embedded Tomcat for SSL
·        Requiring SSL by applications
·        Securing JMS Destinations (Queues and Topics)
·        Securing EJBs
·        Securing JBoss AS
·        User and file system security
·        Securing console applications/tools
·        Securing other JBoss AS services
·        Running with Java Security Manager
·        Running behind a firewall

  •  Performance
·        JVM Tuning and GC Optimization
·        Tomcat Tuning
·        JMS Tuning
·        RMI/EJB Tuning
·        Log4J Tuning
·        Tuning other JBoss services
·        Slimming JBoss
  •  High Availability and Scalability
·        Defining Requirements
·        Overview of clustering architectures
·        Fronting JBoss with Apache Web Server
·        Advantages
·        Installing and Configuring mod_jk
·        Load Balancing with mod_jk
·        Enabling sticky sessions (server-affinity)
·        Clustered Session Replication
·        Clustered Single-Signon
·        Clustering other JBoss AS Services
·        HA-JNDI
·        HA-JMS
·        Cluster Farming Deployment

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