Jboss Application Server Training

JBoss Application Server 7 deals with subscription-based/Open Source Java EE-based Application in real time


Duration: 4 Days

Course fee:$799.00 (₹0)


Product Description

JBoss Application Server 7 is fully designed keeping in mind the different architecture and professionals for their successful training of JBoss AS 7 Architecture. JBoss Application Server 7 Online Training includes the basic information for JBoss Application Server and its complete installation is involved in the training for the developers working on large scale platforms. JBoss Application Server 7 Training deals with the relevant status for the JBoss and Java EE version 6 running on any platform. The concept of bin, domain and modules directory is included in the training focusing more on the JBoss Application Server 7 for the building and deployment of Java Based Application in real time. JBoss Application Server 7 usually have the concept for Java installation and the complete installation and configuration for Java is included in the JBoss Application Server 7 Online Training.


  • To offer sound knowledge for JBoss AS 7 Architecture installation and configuration of JBoss Application Server
  • Easily analyze the structure of standalone and domain-based installations
  • Provide sound knowledge for Configuration of Enterprise Services with JBoss AS 7 & Web Management Console for managing AS 7

Advantages Of JBoss Application Server Training

  • JBoss Application Server is one of the most popular open source Java application servers. Its Training starts with installation, architecture and basic configurations with monitoring
  • Latest Application Programming Interface (API) also imposes the functional understanding of the technology
  • Fully developed for real-world and commercial scenarios by highly qualified and expert trainers
  • Administrators will be able to better sustain, comprehend and troubleshoot their environments
  • Sound knowledge of structure and contents of the primary XML configuration files for authentic configurations

Additional Information

Day 1

1. Overview of Java EE (a.k.a. J2EE) and other Web technologies

2. Java EE 6 specifications/semantics/ standards

3. Directory Structure of Java and explaining JBoss AS Directory Structure

4. Modules, welcome-content, standalone, bin, bundles, docs, domain

5. JBoss and Java EE 6

6. Community vs Enterprise Editions

7. JBoss AS Highlights and Architecture

8. Domain vs Standalone Modes

9. ‘bin’ script directory

10. ‘domain’ and ‘standalone’ directory

11. ‘modules’ directory

12. Installation of java

13. Configuration of Java

14. Exploring domain.xml and host.xml configuration files

15. JBoss Configuration and exploring standalone.xml configuration file

Day 2

1. Managing JBoss Lifecycle

2. Starting JBoss AS in Standalone Mode

3. Starting and stopping JBoss AS in Domain Modes

4. Restarting JBoss AS Instances

5. JVM Process in Standalone and Domain Mode

6. JVisualVM Tool with Deploying Applications

7. JBoss AS deployments with Deployment descriptors

8. WAR and EAR files

9. Deploying applications in Standalone Mode

10. Domain Mode using CLI and Web Admin console

11. Web-Tier

12. Web deployment descriptors

13. JBoss Web configuration

14. JBoss Web Connectors

15. JBoss specific with web deployment descriptors

16. JNDI

17. JNDI on JBoss AS

18. JNDI in Java EE 6

19. Migrating to JBoss AS

Day 3

1. Configuration of JavaMail on JBoss AS

2. JBoss Messaging

3. EJB

4. JMS Overview and Architecture

5. Configuration of HornetQ with (JBoss Messaging)

6. Database Integration and Defining resource references

7. Configuration of data sources in JBoss AS

8. Installation of JDBC drivers in JBoss AS

9. Message-driven Beans, Stateful and Stateless Session Beans, Interceptors

10. Clear Overview of EJB 3.x

11. Configuration of EJB Container in JBoss AS

12. JAX-WS & JBoss Web Services Tools

13. New EJBs in Java EE 6

14. Web Services Overview

Day 4

1. JMX with Admin Console

2. Overview of JMX with JBoss Admin Console

3. JMX Control

4. Configuration of JBoss AS Login Modules

5. Securing management interface with JBoss AS

6. JBoss CLI Admin Console with Security

7. Secured web applications

8. Secured JBoss AS with SSL

9. Class Loading and Namespace Isolation

10. Class loading in Java EE with JBoss AS

12. JBoss Deployment Structure and defining the Modules

13. Configuration of JBoss AS to work with Apache HTTP Server

14. JBoss Performance Tuning

15. GC Optimization and JVM Tuning

16. Clustering JBoss AS

17. JBoss Web Tuning

18. Log4J with RMI/EJB Tuning

19. High Availability and Scalability

20. Tuning JBoss services

21. Management of Session Affinity and Managing Session Replication


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