Administering the WildFly 10 / JBoss EAP 7 Application Server Training

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Course Description

 
This course provides hands-on and in-depth coverage on configuring and managing WildFly 10 and JBoss EAP 7 servers - the latest release in the very popular JBoss series of application servers. This course incorporates WildFly 10's new features and changes compared to earlier WildFly releases. EAP 7 is the supported release of the WildFly 10 server.
Course Length: 4 Days
Course Tuition: $1690 (US)

Prerequisites

Some experience in working with JBoss servers.

Course Outline

 
Session 1: WildFly Introduction and Installation
Java EE Overview and Architecture
WF 10 Background and Overview
Installing and Starting WF 10
Server Suspend Mode (WF 9+)
Working with WF 10
Documentation Overview
 
Session 2: Structure and Architecture
WF10 Directory and File Structure
Server Architecture and Configuration
Server Config File - Extensions, Subsystems, Schemas, Paths
Interfaces and Socket Bindings
 
Session 3: Configuration and Management - Part 1
Overview of Management Options
Understanding the Management Model and the XML Config Files
Using the CLI (Command Line Interface)
Overview
Navigating the Management Tree
Working with Operations and Commands
Creating/Deleting Nodes
Using the Management Console
 
Session 4: Application Deployment
Java EE Deployment Archives (JARs, WARs, EARs)
Deployment/Undeployment with the CLI and Management Console
Deployment Scanner - Auto-Deployment in WF 10
Marker Files and Auto-deployment
 
Session 5: Configuration and Management - Part 2
JBoss Modules and Modular Classloading
Defining a Module
Working with Dependencies
Server Logging
Handlers, Log Levels, Formatters and Pattern Strings
Configuring Application Logging
Configuring Audit Logging
 
Session 6: Subsystem Configuration
JNDI and Naming Overview
Naming Subsystem Overview and Configuration
Datasource and JCA Overview
Datasource and Driver Configuration (XML, CLI, and Admin Console)
Datasource Monitoring, and Tuning
Thread Pools - History and Current Configuration
Undertow Web Container
Undertow Overview
Undertow Configuration - listeners and workers (XML and CLI)
Host and Filter Configuration
HTTP/2 Support (WF 9+)
The H2 Database and ExampleDS
EJB Container/Subsystem (SLSB Pooling, MDB, SFSB Cache, Monitoring)
Other Subsystems in Brief (remoting, ee, infinispan)
 
Session 7: Messaging in WF 10
Messaging and JMS (Java Message Service) Overview
HornetQ Overview
Messaging Subsystem Configuration (XML, CLI, and Admin Console)
General Configuration
Connectors and Acceptors
Configuring Connection Factories
Configuring Queues and Topics (XML, CLI, and Admin Console)
Monitoring and Managing
Address and Security Settings
 
Session 8 : Security
WildFly EE Security Overview
General Requirements
Security Realms and Domains
RBAC - Role Based Access Control
Management Interface Security (Security Realms, Local Access, Properties Files/LDAP, add-user
Application Security
Java EE Security Overview
Authentication, Authorization, Identity
Login Modules (Security Domains) - UsersRoles, Database, Ldap
Security Info Caching
Role-Based Access Control (Overview, Standard Roles, Configuration
Resource Security (TLS/SSL/HTTPS
The Vault - Protecting Sensitive Strings
 
Session 9: Clustering and HTTP Load Balancing
Clustering Overview
WildFly 10 Cluster Overview (including HA Singleton)
Cluster Configuration - JGroups
Architectures - Load Balancers and Client Interceptors (Proxies)
HTTP Load Balancing
WF10 built-in load balancer
Apache httpd load balancer
mod_cluster Overview
httpd.conf Configuration
Installation Choices
modculster Subsystem Configuration
Management
 
Session 10: WF 10 Domain Mode - A Hands-On Exploration
Domain Mode Overview
Domain Topology - Domain Controllers, Host Controllers, Server Groups
domain.xml - Domain Configuration, Server Groups
host.xml - Domain Controller
host.xml - Host Controllers, Processes and Server Instances
Management - Management Console and CLI
Deployment/Undeployment - via Management Console and CLI
 
Session 11: Tuning and Monitoring
Enabling Statistics
Web Container (Undertow) Tuning - Statistics, Worker Threads
EJB Tuning - Bean Instances, Thread Pools
Database Access / Datasources
Clustering Communication and Replication
Monitoring Runtime Data
Java Virtual Machine (JVM) Awareness
Heap Size
Garbage Collection (GC) Overview and Generational GC

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