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Using open source projects or frameworks also often involves supporting applications in a variety of runtime environments. Often these environments are used without any paid external support or SLA which makes knowing how to properly configure and manage them much more important.

WA1694 JBoss Application Server 5.1 Administration and Clustering (Windows)

This course teaches the deployment and administration of web applications to a JBoss Application Server 5.0 and 5.1 environment. This course concentrates on providing best-practice solutions to handle common problems that occur in a JBoss environment so students will have a high-level of skill with regard to JBoss administration. Configuring a cluster of multiple JBoss servers is also covered extensively.

Our experience has shown that administering JBoss environments is more difficult than other application servers on the market.  This is mainly because most of the JBoss configuration is done by editing XML files and it is difficult to tell which configuration files have been customized and which files are the standard JBoss files.  This course will show you how to more effectively manage JBoss configurations using free tools like Ant and Eclipse. Since syntax errors in configuration files can prevent the JBoss Application Server from even starting you will use XML tools that are part of Eclipse to validate JBoss configuration files to prevent these types of errors. Even though you can administer JBoss with a simple text editor and manually copying files, our experience has shown that using Ant and Eclipse is one way to make administering complex JBoss environments easier and our course is designed to pass this knowledge on to you.

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Red Hat Equivalent: JB336

WA1584 Administration of JBoss Application Server v4 on Linux

This course teaches the basics of the deployment and administration of web applications to a JBoss Application Server V4 environment. This course concentrates on providing best-practice solutions to handle common problems that occur in a JBoss environment so students will have a high-level of skill with regard to JBoss administration.

The labs for this course use the freely available JBoss Eclipse IDE.  Even though Eclipse is not required to administer a JBoss environment, our experience has shown that administering JBoss environments is more difficult than other application servers on the market.  This is mainly because most of the JBoss configuration is done by editing XML files and it is difficult to tell which configuration files have been customized and which files are the standard JBoss files.  Using the JBoss Eclipse IDE would help you more effectively manage JBoss configurations and prevent simple syntax errors from preventing the JBoss server from starting since Eclipse contains tools to edit and validate XML files.  Eclipse can even integrate with source code control systems like CVS that would allow you to version your custom configuration files, something JBoss will not do for you.  Even though you can administer JBoss with a simple text editor and copying files, our experience has shown that using the JBoss Eclipse IDE is one way to make administering complex JBoss environments easier and our course is designed to pass this knowledge on to you.

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WA1364 Administration of JBoss Application Server V4 (Windows)

This course teaches the basics of the deployment and administration of web applications to a JBoss Application Server V4 environment. This course concentrates on providing best-practice solutions to handle common problems that occur in a JBoss environment so students will have a high-level of skill with regard to JBoss administration.

The labs for this course use the freely available JBoss Eclipse IDE.  Even though Eclipse is not required to administer a JBoss environment, our experience has shown that administering JBoss environments is more difficult than other application servers on the market.  This is mainly because most of the JBoss configuration is done by editing XML files and it is difficult to tell which configuration files have been customized and which files are the standard JBoss files.  Using the JBoss Eclipse IDE would help you more effectively manage JBoss configurations and prevent simple syntax errors from preventing the JBoss server from starting since Eclipse contains tools to edit and validate XML files.  Eclipse can even integrate with source code control systems like CVS that would allow you to version your custom configuration files, something JBoss will not do for you.  Even though you can administer JBoss with a simple text editor and copying files, our experience has shown that using the JBoss Eclipse IDE is one way to make administering complex JBoss environments easier and our course is designed to pass this knowledge on to you.

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TP1760 Tomcat Administration

This Tomcat Administration for Linux class covers the important topics of administering the Tomcat server including installation, directory structure, configuration using server.xml, web application deployment, the manager tool, JNDI data sources, logging, and monitoring and management of the server.

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WA1759 Apache Web Server Administration

Apache httpd Web Server Administration covers the details of installing and configuring the most popular Web server on the planet: Apache's httpd server. Students will learn the details of the httpd.conf configuration file, using .htaccess files, virtual hosts, MIME and file types, URL mapping, directory indexing, performance tuning, handlers, filters, server-side includes, managing scripts, security and Apache modules.

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WA2057 Cassandra

Who should attend

Developers and operations who need a fundamental understanding of Cassandra.

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WA2538 Cassandra Operations and Performance Tuning

Overview

This class teaches configuration, operational, and performance tuning skills needed to administer an Apache Cassandra cluster.

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