Product Description

JBoss Application Server 7 is fully designed keeping in mind the different architecture and professionals for their successful training of JBoss AS 7 Architecture. JBoss Application Server 7 Corporate Training includes the basic information for JBoss Application Server and its complete installation is involved in the training for the developers working on large scale platforms. JBoss Application Server 7 Corporate  Training deals with the relevant status for the JBoss and Java EE version 6 running on any platform. The concept of bin, domain and modules directory is included in the training focusing more on the JBoss Application Server 7 for the building and deployment of Java Based Application in real time. JBoss Application Server 7 usually have the concept for Java installation and the complete installation and configuration for Java is included in the JBoss Application Server 7 Corporate Training.

Objective

To offer sound knowledge for JBoss AS 7 Architecture installation and configuration of JBoss Application Server
Easily analyze the structure of standalone and domain-based installations
Provide sound knowledge for Configuration of Enterprise Services with JBoss AS 7 & Web Management Console for managing AS 7

Duration: 4 days

Course Content:
  1. Java EE
  2. Overview of Java EE (a.k.a
  3. J2EE)
  4. Java EE vs
  5. other Web technologies
  6. Java EE 6 standards/specifications/semantics
  7. Java EE 6 and JBoss
  8. JBoss
  9. About JBoss
  10. Community vs Enterprise Edition
  11. JBoss AS Highlights
  12. JBoss AS Architecture
  13. Domain vs Standalone Mode
  14. Installation
  15. Getting and Installing Java
  16. Configuring Java
  17. Getting JBoss AS
  18. Installing JBoss AS
  19. Directory Structure
  20. Exploring and Explaining JBoss AS Directory Structure
  21. bin, bundles, docs, domain, modules, welcome-content, standalone
  22. Exploring ‘bin’ script directory
  23. Exploring ‘domain’ and ‘standalone’ directory
  24. Exploring ‘modules’ directory
  25. JBoss Configuration
  26. Exploring standalone.xml configuration file
  27. Exploring domain.xml and host.xml configuration files
  1. Managing JBoss Lifecycle
  2. Starting and Stopping JBoss AS in Standalone Mode
  3. Starting and Stopping JBoss AS in Domain Mode
  4. Stopping and Restarting JBoss AS Instances
  5. JVM Processes in Standalone Mode
  6. JVM Processes in Domain Mode
  7. JVisualVM Tool
  8. Deploying Applications
  9. Deployment descriptors and JBoss AS deployments
  10. Deployment artifacts – WAR and EAR files
  11. Deploying applications in Standalone Mode using Automatic and Manual deployment
  12. Deploying applications in Domain Mode using CLI and Web Admin console
  13. Web-Tier
  14. Web container and JBoss Web configuration
  15. Web deployment descriptors
  16. JBoss specific web deployment descriptors
  17. JBoss Web Connectors
  18. JNDI
  19. JNDI in Java EE 6
  20. JNDI on JBoss AS
  21. Migrating to JBoss AS
  1. JavaMail
  2. Configuring JavaMail on JBoss AS
  3. JBoss Messaging and JMS
  4. JMS Overview
  5. JMS Architecture
  6. Configuring HornetQ (JBoss Messaging)
  7. Database Integration
  8. Defining resource references
  9. Installing JDBC drivers in JBoss AS
  10. Configuring datasources in JBoss AS
  11. EJB
  12. Overview of EJB 3.x
  13. Stateless and Stateful Session Beans, Interceptors, Message-driven Beans
  14. New EJBs in Java EE 6
  15. Configuring EJB Container in JBoss AS
  16. WebServices
  17. Overview of WebServices
  18. JBoss and JAX-WS
  19. JBoss and WebServices Tools
  1. JMX and Admin Console
  2. JBoss Admin Console
  3. Overview of JMX
  4. JMX Control from JConsole
  5. JBoss CLI Admin Console
  6. Security
  7. Securing web applications
  8. Securing management interface on JBoss AS
  9. Securing JBoss AS with SSL
  10. Configuring JBoss AS Login Modules
  11. Class Loading
  12. Class Namespace Isolation
  13. Classloading in Java EE
  14. Classloading in JBoss AS
  15. JBoss Deployment Structure
  16. Defining Modules in JBoss AS
  17. Tuning JBoss Performance
  18. JVM Tuning and GC Optimization
  19. JBoss Web Tuning
  20. JMS Tuning
  21. RMI/EJB Tuning
  22. Log4J Tuning
  23. Tuning other JBoss services
  24. High Availability and Scalability
  25. High-availability
  26. Configuring JBoss AS to work with Apache HTTP Server
  27. Clustering on JBoss AS
  28. Managing Session Affinity
  29. Managing Session Replication