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JB501

Building Advanced Red Hat Enterprise Applications

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Develop your skills with a hands-on course that integrates front- and back-office applications

Building Advanced Red Hat Enterprise Applications (JB501) is part of Red Hat® JBoss® developer courses. The course is based on a case study. It’s an intensive, hands-on course where the student integrates front- and back-office applications.

Course overview

The course is based on a case study. Several Red Hat Middleware products are utilized in the solution including Red Hat JBoss Data Grid, Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite, Red Hat JBoss Fuse, and Red Hat JBoss A-MQ. The student will use Java EE 6, Java Persistence API (JPA), business processes, business rules, Camel routes, caching, and queuing in the integrations. Each step of the way, students participate in architectural discussions regarding the design, as they work toward a final solution. Students are expected to have prior knowledge and basic skills in the products utilized.

Course content summary

  • Camel routes
  • JMS queues
  • OSGi deployment
  • Caching
  • Data grid remote querying
  • Business Central projects
  • Business process development
  • Business rules development
  • JAX-RS and JAX-WS web services
  • Java EE 6 topics: JPA, CDI, EJB, JSF
  • Automated testing with JUnit, Arquillian, and Selenium

Audience and prerequisites

This course is intended for enterprise Java developers.

Prerequisites for this course

This course requires attaining certification, completing the following courses, or the equivalent experience listed:

Outline for this course

This course is based on a case study in which the student integrates front- and back-office applications. The case study is based on a fictional airline application called JBTravel. In the JBTravel application, the student will:

  • Describe the architectural framework and requirements.
  • Describe the components and their interaction.
  • Code and test the portion of the application that:
    • Orders meals for a flight.
    • Provides flight status to the customer.
    • Generates a flight control report for administrators.
    • Assigns a pilot to a flight.
    • Assigns a departure gate to a flight.
    • Registers the performance of a plane safety check.
    • Calculates fuel needed and places the order.

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 us.