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JBoss Application Administration Remote Classroom (JB336RC)
Installation, deployment, and monitoring of JBoss Enterprise Application Platform
Introduction to JBoss
Objective: Install JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP) and the JBoss Admin Console.
Objective: Learn how to deploy applications to JBoss EAP and leverage JBoss Admin Console to deploy packages.
Monitoring and Controlling JBoss
Objective: Configure JBoss EAP installations and leverage the JBoss Admin Console to monitor and manage applications and resources deployed to the application server.
Connecting to JBoss
Objective: Examine the web protocols and JEE services delivered by default with JBoss EAP. Configure the server to disable unused services and best practices on how to protect appropriate connection ports.
Securing Applications in JBoss
Objective: Understand and manage security within enterprise systems using JBoss EAP features.
Troubleshooting Applications in JBoss
Objective: Understand, identify, and manage performance issues with JBoss EAP and third-party tools.
Clustering Applications with JBoss
Objective: Deploy clustered applications into a tuned and clustered JBoss EAP environment.
Optimizing Applications in JBoss
Objective: Configure Apache Web Server for clustered web application load balancing, including session failover and state management, in the application via caching technologies.
NOTE: Course outline is subject to change with technology advances and as the nature of the underlying job evolves. For questions or confirmation on a specific objective or topic, please contact a training specialist.