Red Hat JBoss A-MQ Development and Deployment (JB 437)

Overview

Key concepts associated with JMS and Apache ActiveMQ/Fabric—including topologies, protocols, message groups virtual destinations, failover and high-availability. Students will learn how Apache ActiveMQ/Fuse Message Broker can be used with multiple communication protocols and in numerous client-broker and broker-broker topologies.

  • Red Hat JBoss A-MQ installation
  • Client connectivity and broker networks
  • High availability, reliability, and load balancing
  • Security for JBoss A-MQ
  • Performance Tuning
  • Managing JBoss A-MQ networks with Fabric
  • Java Message Service (JMS) enhancements
  • Heterogeneous environments

Target Audience

Java developers and A-MQ administrators who need to understand how to build integration solutions with A-MQ, using message-oriented middleware with high performance and high availability capabilities.

Prerequisites

  • A basic understanding of distributed systems design challenges involving message-oriented middleware (MOM)
  • A solid understanding of Java including Apache Maven and JBoss Developer Studio

Course Outline

Introduction to Red Hat JBoss A-MQ

  • Introduce the main components and commands required to run and configure JBoss A-MQ.
Introduction to Java Message Service (JMS)
  • Provide an overview of messaging in the Java environment.
Enhancements to JMS
  • Become familiar with JBoss A-MQ enhancements to JMS.
Increasing performance in A-MQ
  •  Perform tasks to tune performance.
Implementing security in Red Hat JBoss A-MQ
  • Increase availability and reliability using load balancing and other strategies.
Managing A-MQ Networks with Fabric
  • Manage JBoss A-MQ networks with Fabric.
Connecting to A-MQ using JMS
  • Connect to JBoss A-MQ using JMS.
Enhancements to JMS
  • Learn about enhancements to JMS.
Heterogeneous Environments
  • Describe programming technologies used in heterogeneous environments.

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