While focusing on automating tasks using the new command line interface (CLI) features of EAP 7, this course takes a deeper dive into provisioning JBoss EAP instances, live patching, clustering, and domain management through CLI scripting, custom coding, JBoss migrations, and a deeper dive into the security systems of JBoss EAP, including the management interface, securing resources such as JMS queues, implementing SSL for the web interface, RBAC, and network considerations. JBoss Application Administration II (JB348) also covers management, clustering, and tuning of of the ActiveMQ Artemis.
Installation of JBoss EAP and optional components
Migration of JBoss EAP 6 to JBoss EAP 7
Clustering with an emphasis on tuning
Deployments to production and cloud environments
Script with CLI
JBoss EAP monitoring and resource management
Messaging with an emphasis on clustering and tuning
JBoss EAP and application security
It is recommended to take Red Hat JBoss Application Administration I (JB248) or have equivalent experience
Red Hat Certified JBoss Administrator (RHCJA) certification on Enterprise Application Platform 6 (or later) or have equivalent experience
Experienced system administrators responsible for deploying and administering JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 7 in large-scale production environments
At least 2 years of experience as a JBoss EAP administrator
IT professionals who have taken and passed Red Hat Certified JBoss Administrator (RHCJA) exam (EX248) and earned their Red Hat Certified JBoss Administrator (RHCJA) certifications on JBoss EAP 7
In this hands-on, lab-intensive course, you will learn about and perform the following duties:
Describe the new features of JBoss EAP 7.
Explore strategies for migrating from JBoss EAP 6 to JBoss EAP 7.
Demonstrate clustering components, their configuration, and application to clustered architectures.
Lean to deploy an application in various types of production environments.
Learn to script various configuration and management scenarios using the CLI.
Use various tools to monitor and manage JBoss EAP 7.
Learn how to manage supported messaging systems.
Configure security settings to restrict authorization and authentication to secure Java EE applications.
Configure security settings that include authentication, authorization, and the management console.
Review tasks and concepts from Red Hat JBoss Application Administration II (JB348).