Administering the JBoss7 /EAP 6 Application Server Training in Topeka

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Course Description

This course covers all the important administrative tasks that are required to administer this new version of JBoss AS. It starts with installation, architecture, and basic configuration and monitoring. It covers management using the new and expanded Web console, as well as the structure of the management model and how to use it via the admin CLI (Command Line Interface) and via scripting. It includes coverage of using the management tools to deploy and configure Web and Enterprise applications, datasources, JMS resources (topics, queues), as well as covering the configuration of the major subsystems, including the Web (HTTP), Web Services, Messaging (including the new HornetQ based provider), Logging, and Security subsystems. You will also learn the structure and contents of the underlying XML configuration files that reflect the actual configuration. The course also covers the use of JBoss in standalone mode (consistent with previous releases of JBoss), and explains the new domain model for managing multiple JBoss nodes from a single management point. The last part of the course delves into the details of clustering JBoss for high availability and load balancing, as well as going into the details of setting up and managing a JBoss domain with the new domain model The course is focused and informative, and created by experts in the JBoss AS. It will demystify the many new capabilities and structure of JBoss 7, and leave you well prepared to manage JBoss AS installations. It also points out many of the issues that you may run into while migrating applications from JBoss 5.
Course Length: 4 Days
Course Tuition: $1690 (US)


Some experience in working with JBoss servers.

Course Outline

JBoss AS 7 Introduction and Installation
Java EE Overview and Architecture
JBoss AS 7 Background and Overview
Installing and Starting AS 7
Working with AS 7
Documentation Overview
AS 7 Structure and Architecture
AS 7 Directory and File Structure
JBoss Modules
Server Architecture and Configuration
AS 7 Management and Logging
Using the CLI (Command Line Interface)
Management Model
Working with Management Resources
Common Management Tasks
The Web Admin Console
Other Management Capabilities
Server Logging
Interfaces and Socket Bindings / Port Configuration
Interface Configuration
Socket Bindings and Socket Binding Groups
Setting the Bind Address
Application Deployment
Java EE Deployment Archives (Jars, Wars, Ears, Sars)
Deploying with the CLI and Admin Console
Auto-Deployment in AS 7 (Marker Files, Expanded, Archived)
Deployment Dependencies
Subsystem Configuration
Thread Pools
Web Container
Web Container Overview
Web Container Configuration in standalone.xml
Querying Container Configuration via the CLI
Configuring the HTTP, HTTPS, and AJP Connectors (in standalone.xml, and via the CLI)
JNDI and Naming Overview
JBoss Naming Overview and Configuration
JNDI Client Configuration
DataSource and JCA Overview
DataSource Configuration (XML, CLI, and Admin Console)
The H2 Database and ExampleDS
EJB Subsystem
Messaging in AS 7
JMS (Java Message Service) Overview
HornetQ Overview
Configuring Connection Factories (XML, CLI, and Admin Console)
Configuring Queues and Topics (XML, CLI, and Admin Console)
Dead Letter and Redelivery
Messaging Security
Java EE Security Overview
Authentication, Authorization, Identity
Security Roles
Web App Security Constraints
AS 7 Security Architecture (PicketBox Security)
AS 7 Security Domains
AS 7 Login Modules
Using PropertiesUsersLoginModule
Using DatabaseServerLoginModule
Role Mapping Configuration
Fine Grained Authorization Policies
Other Login Modules (LDAP, etc)
Securing the Management Interfaces
Enabling SSL
SSL Overview
Setting Up HTTPS, keytool, configuration
Other Uses of SSL
Clustering in AS 7
Clustering Overview
Clustering Configuration, JGroups Overview
Troubleshooting Multicast Issues
Managing Clusters
Clustered Services (HA-JNDI/High Availability JNDI, EJB, Messaging)
Load Balancers and Clustered Http
Load Balancing with Apache httpd and mod_cluster
Installing and Configuring mod_cluster
Load Balancing Between Nodes
Managing with the CLI
AS 7 Domain Mode
Domain Mode Overview
domain.xml and host.xml
Domain Controllers, Host Controllers, Server Groups, Servers
Domain Configuration - domain.xml, Controller, and Server Configuration
Domain Management
Session 11: Tuning JBoss AS 7
JBoss AS and the Java Virtual Machine (JVM)
Tuning The Heap (Memory Usage)
Garbage Collection (GC) Overview and Generational GC
Tuning GC
Tuning the Web Tier (Tomcat)
Connector Tuning
Other Optimizations
Database Connection Tuning
Messaging Tuning
Other JBoss AS Optimizations
Creating Minimal Configurations
Configuration and Management Differences
Classloading and Modules
Database / Datasource
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