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Red Hat JBoss Application Administration 1 (JB248)

  • RedHat JBoss Application Administration (jb248) building on command line skills for jboss application administration
  • system administrator will learn how to deploy and configure EAP7 in both standalone and a managed domain, as well as use the web management console,the Command Line Interface(CLI), and customize configuration files.
  • Different from the previous version, it will be focused on the CLI management.
  • it includes some new subsystems as well as completely rewritten subsystems (Messaging,Web,and Security)
Course Overview
  • Red Hat Jboss Application Administration 1 (JB248) focuses on the installation and configuration of the JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7.0 (EAP7).
  • This hands-on class covers the real-world tasks that a System Administrator needs to know to deploy and manage applications on JBoss EAP.
  • System Administrators who are both new to JBoss and have experience with EAP6
  • Linux system administrators should meet one or more of the following prerequisites:
    • Base experince with system administration on windows,UNIX,or Linux operating systems
    • Understanding of hardware and networking
    • No prior knowledge of java,scripting,or JBoss Developer Studio is required

Topics In RedHat JBoss Application Administration 1

1 . RedHat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform

  • Describe the architecture and features of JBoss EAP.
  • Describe the available methods for installation and how to install JBoss EAP
  • Describe the architecture of extenions,subsystems,modules,and profiles
  • Describe the management options available for JBoss EAP
2 . Configuring Jboss EAP As a Standalone Server

  • Configure an instance of JBoss EAP to run a standalone server
  • Describe the configuration files for a standalone server and make configuration changes
  • Configure JBoss EAP network interfaces and socket binding groups
  • Configuring interfaces and socket binding Groups

3 . Scripting Cnfiguration and Deploying Applications

  • Connect to an instance of JBoss EAP with execute general commands
  • Deploy a java EE application to a server instance running as a standalone server
  • Introducing the DMR syntax
4 . Configuring JBoss EAP As a Managed Domain

  • Describe managed domain architecture
  • Assign the domain controller and start the managed domain
  • Describe the configuration options for a host controller and make configuration changes to a host controller
  • Describe the configuration option for a domain controller and make configuration changes to the domain controller
  • Recovering from a failed domain controller
5 . Configuring Servers in a managed domain

  • Describe the relationship between hosts, server groups,and servers in a managed domain.
  • Configure server groups in a managed domain
  • Configure servers on host controller
  • Deploy
6 . Configuring data sources

  • Describe the purpose and architecture of the data source subsystem
  • Deploy a JDBC driver as a module and configure the driver in the data source subsystem
  • Configure a data source
  • configure an XA data source
  • Database connection validation
7 . Configuring The logging subsystem

  • Configure various types of logging handlers
  • Configure ROOT and category loggers
8 . Configuring the messaging subsystem

  • Describe the java Messaging Service and the architecture 9of the messaging subsystems
  • Configure connection factories and destinations
  • Configure messaging journals and other messaging subsystems settings
  • Exploring the messaging subsystem
9 . Securing JBoss EAP

  • Configure a security domain based on the database login module
  • Configure a security domain based on the LDAP login module
  • Configure role-based access to topics and queues in the messaging subsystems
  • Protect passwords that are stored in server configuration files by using the password vault
10 . Configuring the java Virtual Machine

  • Make JVM configuration settings in a standalone server
  • Make JVM configuration settings in a managed domain
11 . Configuring the web subsystem

  • Describe the features of the undertow web subsystem
  • Configure the components of the web subsystem
  • Configure JBoss EAP network interfaces and socket binding groups
12 . Deploying Clustered Applications

  • Describe the benefits of clustering and the JBoss EAP subsystems involved in supporting clustered applications deployments
  • configure infinispan and JGroups to support clusters
  • configure Undertow as a load balancer
  • Configure and deploy a high availability application
13 . Configuring the Batch subsystem

  • Describe the functionality of batch jobs and the JBeret implementation supported by JBoss EAP
  • Configure the batch subsystem to support batch job execution
14 . Discovering What is New In EAP 7

  • Describe the new features in JBoss EAP7
  • Describe strategies for migrating JBoss EAP6 applications to JBoss EAP7
15 . Comprehensive review

  • Practice and demonstrate knowledge and skills learned in RedHat JBoss Application Administration 1


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