Getting Started with Enterprise JBoss
Starting your development project with JBoss Enterprise code will enable you roll your application into production on JBoss Enterprise Middleware faster, and will guarantee that your application can be supported in production by your IT Operations colleagues with patches, updates, and 24x7 SLA-based support from Red Hat.
Self-Paced Enterprise Workshops
JBoss Enterprise Application Platform - Mod_Cluster Workshop
JBoss clustering is a simple way to give you website more availability and capacity for your end users. This is done simply be creating/installing several instances of JBoss and then load balancing to them via some sort of proxy. In this lab we will use Apache HTTPD as the port 80 web server. We will then use mod_cluster to dynamically discover the nodes that are able to handle the load. We will also explore turning
on and off various instances, application deployment etc.
JBoss BRMS Workshop
JBoss BRMS is a tool to help author, create, manage and test rules. This lab expects that you have some knowledge around a rules engine, and will explore some of the features with how to get started using the BRMS to author, test, package, and publish rules. This lab will walk you through setup, running the included examples, and authoring some new rules, test cases, and more. Most importantly have fun, and raise your hand with any questions.
JBoss SOA-P Workshop
JBoss SOA Platform is a collection of technologies designed to meet an organization's SOA needs. SOA-P includes an ESB, BPM engine (jBPM), Rules engine (JBoss Rules), UDDI Registry (jUDDI), as well as a full JEE application server. To cover each of these areas in depth is beyond the scope of this workshop. Instead, this workshop is designed to give you an overview of the SOA Platform as well as some experience using JBoss Developer Studio to create and deploy SOA-P applications.
JBoss Operations Network
JBoss Operations Network (JON) is a tool that allows you to monitor and manage the JBoss instances you have installed on your network. It is simple Server Client/Agent architecture, whereby you install the JON server for production with an Oracle or Postgress database; for this example we will use an embedded Hypersonic database not intended for production. Then you install an agent and it will automatically discover the JBoss, OS and other instances that are running on the same computer as the Agent. We will then walk though some of the features of JBoss Operations Network.
JBoss Hibernate and Seam
In this lab we will show you all the steps necessary to create a blogging application. This lab leverages the embedded
JBDS tools to quickly create a CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) web application. This lab will leverage
an already created HSQLDB instance that you will be able to run from the command line. You will be provided a full
installation of JBDS that is yours to use after this lab of JBoss Developer Studio 3.0 with an Embedded JBoss Enterprise
Application Platform instance. This lab will take you through all the steps necessary to create a working prototype
of the blogging application.
JBoss Enterprise Portal Platform
In this lab we will show you all the steps necessary to create a portal, develop, deploy and configure portlets and use the JBoss Development Studio tooling to create portal resources. This lab will combine several lab exercises to walk the user through the most common use cases.
JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform
JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform is
a collection of technologies focused on data integration, data
federation and data virtualization. It is a complement to the JBoss
Enterprise SOA Platform technologies for addressing the data-related
aspects of your SOA and integration initiatives. It includes the full
set of SOA Platform components listed above and adds the data
virtualization engine and metadata repository . To cover these
technologies in depth is beyond the scope of this workshop. Instead,
this workshop is designed to give you an overview of the EDS Platform as
well as some experience using JBoss Developer Studio to create and
deploy data services.
Getting Started Guides
This page was last updated on Tuesday, August 3, 2010.