CORSI JAVAEE-BASED ENTERPRISE STACKS COMPARISON
Durata: 1 giorno.
Language: Training in Italian and English Language / I corsi possono essere tenuti in Italiano e in Inglese.
This one-day course will:
introduce the participants to JEE (Java Enterprise Edition) concepts
introduce them to new and most important concepts like SOAs (Service Oriented Architectures), ESBs (Enterprise Service Buses),Portals, JBI (Java Business Integration) and Business Process Management standards like BPEL, RIA (Rich Internet Applications) and AJAX
give an overview of how much these concepts are implemented into actual commercial products
show how integrate these concepts into standard Enterprise Stacks to create cheaper, faster-evolvingarchitectures and better interfaces
give an overview of likely open source alternatives
talk about costs
reference to legal aspects of software choices
Surveyed Application Servers
Each and every one of these App Servers will be discussed and compared:
Geronimo (and IBM WebSphere Community Edition)
Sun Java System Application Server (GlassFish)
Oracle Application Server Suite
Classical JEE/J2EE Enterprise Concepts
An intro to the following concepts, just to understand why Enterprise IT relies on Enterprise Application servers:
Distributed Logic Computing
Resources and Objects
Software factory guidelines and templates
Middleware Integration Adapters
Classical JEE/J2EE Enterprise Requirements
Introduction to features assured by JEE standards.
Enterprise Processesround-up monitoring
J2EE/JEE Standards role
Single Platform Standard compliance level
New Enterprise Concerns
Today enterprise IT is made of shifting requirements and need for speedy deployments.
Some emerging technologies, like SOA, or ESB or JBI tend to address these concerns.
We will see them in detail and rate each platform support.
Service Oriented Architectures (SOA)
Web Services and functionality exposition
JBI – Business Integration through WS
Visual Business Process Modeling through BPEL and open standards
Enterprise Service Bus Architectures (ESB) and their advantages
Identity Management – SSO – User Authentication and Authorization – Profiling
AJAX and other technologies for Rich Internet Applications (RIA)
The browser as a web service orchestrator
Evolution of Portal Technologies
Web Clipping and Portal Integration
Stability and trustedness
Free Support Quality
Adopted Technologies Lifespan
Comparing overall costs
Who owns what
Intellectual Property Issues
Open Source and Open Standards