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Advanced JBoss Administration (JB346)
Deploy and administer JBoss EAP in large-scale production environments
The Advanced JBoss® Administration (JB346) course is designed for experienced system administrators responsible for deploying and administering JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) in large-scale production environments. It deep-dives into clustering, performance tuning, and provisioning JBoss EAP instances. In addition to learning how to provision JBoss and applications using JBoss Operations Network bundles, students will learn how to performance-tune JBoss and its JVM by locating and correcting bottlenecks in their deployments. Finally, students learn how to provision and configure JBoss clusters, including best practices for load balancing, session replication, and rolling out application upgrades.
Course content summary:
- JBoss Operations Network installation and onitoring
- Using bundles to provision JBoss EAP
- Thread and object pooling
- Performance tuning JBoss EAP
- Configuring JVM memory and garbage collection
- Setting up and administering JBoss EAP in a cluster
- Rolling out new versions of Java EE applications in a cluster
Red Hat instructor-lead classroom courses follow the same best-of-breed training methodology as all Red Hat-branded training. Depending on the course, instructors are either Red Hat Certified Professionals or JBoss Certified Instructors (JBCIs). Topics are introduced in terms of real-world use case, which students then work through using a combination of guided lecture and hands-on lab work. Learn more about Red Hat classroom training.
Training units: 8
Experienced system administrators responsible for deploying and administering JBoss EAP and Java EE applications in large-scale production environments.
Red Hat instructor-lead classroom courses follow the same best-of-breed training methodology as all Red Hat-branded training. Depending on the course, instructors are either Red Hat Certified Professionals or JBoss Certified Instructors (JBCIs). Topics are introduced in terms of real-world use case, which students then work through using a combination of guided lecture and hands-on lab work.
Learn more about Red Hat classroom training
On-site team training
Training teams together is a proven way for IT staffs to maximize performance and savings, and optimize Red Hat Technologies. Available for the entire JBoss and Red Hat curriculum, on-site training solutions offer flexibility and cost-effective training options whether at your offices, at our training venues, or hosted in a virtual environment.