JB248: Red Hat Certified JBoss Administrator (RHCJA)
A Red Hat Certified JBoss Administrator (RHCJA) possesses the skills, knowledge, and abilities required to install, configure, and manage Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform and to deploy and manage applications on that platform.
RHCJA was previously titled JBoss Certified Application Administrator (JBCAA).
An RHCJA is capable of performing the following tasks:
- Installing and running an instance of Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform
- Configuring multiple instances
- Configuring JBoss web connectors
- Deploying applications
- Configuring web properties for deployed applications
- Configuring logging
- Configuring access control
- Configuring Java™ Virtual Machine (JVM) properties
- Removing unnecessary services
- Configuring XA and non-XA data sources
- Configuring a database management system (DBMS) security domain
- Configuring a cluster using Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
- Creating a clustered Java Message Service (JMS) queue
- Configuring load balancing and failover
The following audiences may be interested in earning RHCJA certifications:
- Application server administrators
- Application administrators
- Application developers
- Deployment managers
- System architects
- Quality assurance engineers
Base experience with system administration on Microsoft Windows, UNIX, or Linux operating systems
Understanding of hardware and networking. No prior knowledge of Java, scripting, or JBoss Developer Studio required.
Duration: 4 days (Full-time)
Training Fee: Rs.15,000/- (Plus GST)
Install, configure, and manage Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform
Overview of JBoss Enterprise Application Platform
Learn the concepts and terminology of JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6, and install and run a JBoss Enterprise Application Platform instance.
Configure JBoss Enterprise Application Platform in standalone mode
Understand the directory structure of standalone mode and the standalone.xml configuration file, and deploy an application onto a standalone server.
Configure JBoss Enterprise Application Platform in domain mode
Set up a domain, including a domain controller managing multiple host controllers. Also learn how to deploy an application onto a domain.
Define a server group on a host, add servers to a server group, and deploy an application to a server group.
Use the CLI tool
Learn how the command-line Interface tool can be used to script administrative tasks.
The datasource subsystem
Understand database connection pools in JBoss Enterprise Application Platform and how to configure the datasource subsystem. Learn how to deploy a Java™ Database Connectivity (JDBC) driver and define a datasource.
The logging subsystem
Configure the logging subsystem, including configuring the built-in handlers and loggers.
The messaging subsystem
Understand JMS and HornetQ, including how to define and configure connection factories and destinations (topics and queues).
The security subsystem
Configure the security subsystem, including securing the management interfaces, securing an application, and securing a JMS destination. Also learn how to define an Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) and database security realm.
Configure the JVM for both standalone and domain modes.
Migrating applications to JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6
Understand classpath and module dependencies, JPA issues, updating security settings, and other tips on how to migrate an application to JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6.
The web subsystem
Configure the HTTP and HTTPS Connectors, set up an SSL connection, and configure an AJP Connector.
Introduction to clustering
Set up JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 in a cluster in both standalone and domain mode.