JBoss Fuse is an Integration platform based on Apache ServiceMix, and it is available as an open source. It’s a lightweight Enterprise Service Bus with an elastic footprint that perform beyond the data center. It’s an SOA infrastructure that has standardized server, Methodology and tools to integrate application components. It extends intelligent integration to all facets of enterprise on premises or in the cloud. It advances PaaS to XPaaS by extending the integration capabilities. It combines several technologies like core ESB capabilities Fabric8 and Apache Karaf in a single Integrated distribution. Core ESB platform, even is supported on the completely Certified Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, Java EE Platform.
|Course Name||FUSE ESB / JBOSS FUSE Online Training|
|Contents||Fundamentals and concepts of FUSE ESB|
|Duration||30 Hours with Flexible timings|
|Delivery||Instructor Led-Live Online Training|
|Ideal For||Aspiring job seekers in the field of Programming|
|Next Batch||Please visit the schedule section|
- Red Hat JBoss Fuse architecture.
- Understanding the basic standards and Terms associated with ESB and System Integartion.
- Understanding the various Tools available in the Market, and presentation of good and Bad practices of Integration.
- Learning integration methods and patterns of implementation in ESB.
- Acquisition of practical skills associated with JBoss Fuse / Fabric8.
- Fundamental OSGi concepts and usages.
- JBoss Fuse command line interface administration and management.
- JBoss Fuse security Practicing the Java Authentication and Authorization Service.
- Enterprise management via Fabric, using CLI and Hawt.io management interface.
PRE-REQUISITES: Knowledge of Java EE Application Server Administration, Basic Camel Knowledge, Familiarity with Tools Such as Ant or Maven
MODULE 1: DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT
TOPICS: Introduction to Jboss Fuse, Fuse Ide, Installation Binaries, Apache Maven, JDK 1.6, Choice of Development Tool
MODULE 2: DEVELOPMENT MODEL
TOPICS: Overview of Maven, Maven Archetypes, Java Code and Resources, Maven POM Files, Deployment Metadata, Dependency Injection Frameworks, Administrative Metadata
MODULE 3: MAVEN ESSENTIALS
TOPICS: Overview, Maven Directory Structure, Build Life Cycle Phases, Dependency Element, Maven Packaging Type, Convention Over Configuration, Maven Coordinates, Maven Artifacts, Transitive Dependencies, Dependency/Scope Element, Specifying Remote Repositories, Maven Repositories
MODULE 4: DEPENDENCY INJECTION FRAMEWORKS
TOPICS: Blueprint Or Spring?, Bean Registries, Springxml File Location, Springxml, Blueprint Xml Sample, Blueprint Xml File Location, Blueprint Xml, Springxml Sample
MODULE 5: CREATE A WEB SERVICES PROJECT
TOPICS: Prerequisites, Spring Xml Configuration, Create Project From the Command Line, Build The Web Services Project, Check that the Bundle Has Started, Run the Ws Client, Deploy and Start the Ws Server, Create Project from the Command Line, Troubleshooting
MODULE 6: CREATE A ROUTER PROJECT
TOPICS: Create Project From the Command Line, Disable the Test, Modify The Route, Build the Router Project, Add the Required Maven Dependency, Deploy and Start The Route, Test the Route with the Ws Client
MODULE 7: CREATE AN AGGREGATE MAVEN PROJECT
TOPICS: Aggregate Pom, Best Practice, Parent Pom, Building With The Aggregate Pom, Create An Aggregate Pom
MODULE 8: DEFINE A FEATURE FOR THE APPLICATION
TOPICS: Why Do You Need a Feature?, Deployment Options, What to Put in a Feature, Install the Features Repository, Features and Fuse Fabric, Create A Custom Features Repository, Create aCustom Features Repository
MODULE 9: CONFIGURE THE APPLICATION
TOPICS: OSGI Config Admin Service, Setting Configuration Properties, Spring Xml Example, Replace Ip Port with a Property Placeholder, Deploying the Configurable Application, Blueprint XML Example
MODULE 10: TROUBLESHOOTING
TOPICS: Check the Status of a Deployed Bundle, Redeploying Bundles with Dev:Watch, Logging
MODULE 11: SCALABLE DEPLOYMENT WITH FUSE FABRIC
TOPICS: Why Fuse Fabric?, Fabric, a Sample Fabric, Fabric Server, Fabric Container, Profile, Fabric Ensemble
MODULE 12: DEPLOYING TO A FABRIC
TOPICS: Create a Fabric, Craete Fabric Profiles, Upload a Profiles, Deploy the Profiles
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