by Will Dinyes (Red Hat)
With the recent release of JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) 6, Red Hat is ensuring that developers and administrators alike are getting more for less. More performance, for less memory. More services, with less configuration. And more management tools, with less hassles. In conjunction, the Red Hat Training team has been hard at work integrating more into our JBoss courses. First, we updated our popular JBoss Application Administration I course (JB248). Now we are set to release our updated course JBoss Application Adminisration II (JB348). Available in December, JBoss Application Administration II will bring all of the advanced topics we covered in our similar course for EAP 5, such as clustering, performance tuning, and JBoss Operations Network, and will add even more content specific to EAP 6, covering CLI scripting, messaging providers, and an introduction to OpenShift.
In our upcoming webinar on December 13, JBoss Enterprise Application 6 Clustering over TCP, we will be covering clustering, how to tune Infinispan and JGroups, and how to manage application deployments to that cluster in Domain mode with zero downtime for your users. It’s a rolling upgrade, the JBoss Way. We look forward to seeing you there!
Learn more about the webinar and register here.
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