Jboss Rules Training Courses

Jboss Rules Training

Drools is a Business Rule Management System (BRMS). Drools allows to describe your business rules in declarative way using natural-language sentences and execute them. Business rules motivated by business goals and objectives are separated from code, easy to read and understand, can be validated and changed effectively.

Client Testimonials

Introduction to Drools 6

I liked the logic exercises (writing rules conditions) on the 2nd day.

Jan Janke- CERN

Introduction to Drools 6

I liked the logic exercises (writing rules conditions) on the 2nd day.

Jan Janke- CERN

Introduction to Drools 6

I liked the logic exercises (writing rules conditions) on the 2nd day.

Jan Janke- CERN

Introduction to Drools 6

I liked the logic exercises (writing rules conditions) on the 2nd day.

Jan Janke- CERN

WildFly Server Administration

Trainer was excellent.

100% hands on. Very effective way of learning.

Steve Kirkland-Walton - Purple Secure Systems

WildFly Server Administration

Trainer was excellent.

100% hands on. Very effective way of learning.

Steve Kirkland-Walton - Purple Secure Systems

WildFly Server Administration

Trainer was excellent.

100% hands on. Very effective way of learning.

Steve Kirkland-Walton - Purple Secure Systems

WildFly Server Administration

Trainer was excellent.

100% hands on. Very effective way of learning.

Steve Kirkland-Walton - Purple Secure Systems

WildFly Server Administration

Trainer was excellent.

100% hands on. Very effective way of learning.

Steve Kirkland-Walton - Purple Secure Systems

WildFly Server Administration

Trainer was excellent.

100% hands on. Very effective way of learning.

Steve Kirkland-Walton - Purple Secure Systems

Introduction to Drools 6

The course was thorough and was better than wandering through the many books and articles found on the web. I liked the hands on approach and feeling of being able to learn by doing and learning from my mistakes. This something we will use for our software development and testing.

Thank you!!!

Martin Arrambide - Sandia National Laboratories

Introduction to Drools 6

The course was thorough and was better than wandering through the many books and articles found on the web. I liked the hands on approach and feeling of being able to learn by doing and learning from my mistakes. This something we will use for our software development and testing.

Thank you!!!

Martin Arrambide - Sandia National Laboratories

Introduction to Drools 6

The course was thorough and was better than wandering through the many books and articles found on the web. I liked the hands on approach and feeling of being able to learn by doing and learning from my mistakes. This something we will use for our software development and testing.

Thank you!!!

Martin Arrambide - Sandia National Laboratories

Introduction to Drools 6

The course was thorough and was better than wandering through the many books and articles found on the web. I liked the hands on approach and feeling of being able to learn by doing and learning from my mistakes. This something we will use for our software development and testing.

Thank you!!!

Martin Arrambide - Sandia National Laboratories

Jboss Rules Course Outlines

ID Name Duration Overview
1245 Business Rule Management (BRMS) with Drools 7 hours This course is aimed at enterprise architects, business and system analysts and managers who want to apply business rules to their solution. With Drools you can write your business rules using almost natural language, therefore reducing the gap between business and IT. Short Introduction to Rule Engines Artificial Intelligence Expert Systems What is a Rule Engine? Why use a Rule Engine? Advantages of a Rule Engine When should you use a Rule Engine? Scripting or Process Engines When you should NOT use a Rule Engine Strong and Loose Coupling What are rules? Creating and Implementing Rules Fact Model KIE Spreadsheet Eclipse Domain Specific Language (DSL) Replacing rules with DSL Testing DSL rules jBPM Integration with Drools Fusion What is Complex Event Processing? Short overview on Fusion Rules Testing Testing with KIE Testing with JUnit Integrating Rules with Applications Invoking rules from Java Code
2432 Introduction to Drools 6 21 hours This 3 days course is aimed to introduce Drools 6 to developers as well as business analysts. Short introduction to rule engines Short history or Expert Systems and Rules Engine What is Artificial Intelligence? Forward vs Backward chaining Declarative vs procedure/oop Comparison of solutions When to use rule engines? When not to use rule engines? Alternatives to rule engines KIE Authoring Assets Workbench Integration Executing rules directly from KIE Deployment Decision tables Rule Templates Guided rule editor Testing Work Items Versioning and deployment A bit more about repository (git) Developing simple process with rules Writing rules in Eclipse Stateless vs Stateful sessions Selecting proper facts Basic operators and Drools specific operators ) Basic accumulate functions (sum, max, etc...) ​Intermediate calculations Inserting new facts Exercises (lots of them) Ordering rules with BPMN Salience Ruleflow vs BPMN 2.0 Executing ruleset from a process Rules vs gateways Short overview of BPMN 2.0 features (transactions, exception handling) Comprehensive declarative business logic in Drools Domain Specific Languages (DSL) Creating new languages Preparing DSL to be used by manages Basic Natural Language Processing (NLP) with DSL Fusion (CPE), temporal reasoning (for events to happen after, between, etc...) Fusion operators Example in Event Schedules Unit testing Optional Topics OptaPlanner jBPM Drools and integration via web services Drools integration via command line How to change rules/process after deployment without compiling
2618 WildFly Server Administration 14 hours This course is created for Administrators, Developers or anyone who is interested in managing WildFly Application Server (AKA JBoss Application Server). This course usually runs on the newest version of the Application Server, but it can be tailored (as a private course) to older versions starting from version 5.1. Module 1: Installing Core Components Installing the Java environment  Installing JBoss AS Application server features Creating a custom server configuration Module 2: Customizing JBoss AS Services How to monitor JBoss AS services JBoss AS thread pool Configuring logging services Configuring the connection to the database Configuring the transaction service Module 3. Deploying EJB 3 Session Beans Developing Enterprise JavaBeans Configuring the EJB container Module 4: Deploying a Web Application Developing web layout Configuring JBoss Web Server Module 5: Deploying Applications with JBoss Messaging Service The new JBoss Messaging system Developing JMS applications Advanced JBoss Messaging Module 6: Managing JBoss AS Introducing Java Management Extension JBoss AS Administration Console Managing applications Administering resources
2627 HTTP Web Server (Nginx, Apache, JBoss) 28 hours Section 1: Nginx (Day 1 duration 1.5 Days) Module 1: Installing Nginx and Third-Party Modules Installing Nginx using a package manager Configuring for web  Configure the options to specify paths Table: HTTP configure options Enabling various modules Table: HTTP module configure options Disabling unused modules Table: Disable configure options Installing third-party modules Module 2: A Configuration Guide The basic configuration format Nginx global configuration parameters Table: Global configuration directives Using include files The HTTP server section Client directives, File I/O directives, Hash directives, Socket directives The virtual server section Configuring Locations – where, when, and how Module 3: Nginx as a Reverse Proxy The proxy module Proxy module directives The upstream module: Keepalive connections and Load-balancing algorithms Types of upstream servers: Single upstream server, Multiple upstream servers, Non-HTTP upstream servers How to handle upstream problems Module 4: Reverse Proxy Advanced Topics Introduction to Security Encrypting traffic with SSL Authenticating clients using SSL Blocking traffic based on originating IP address Isolating application components for scalability Reverse proxy performance tuning: Buffering, Caching, Compressing             Module 5. The Nginx HTTP Server HTTP server directives HTTP logging directives HTTP file-path directives Name resolution directives HTTP client interaction directives HTTP limits directives HTTP access module directives HTTP streaming directives Module 6. Nginx Load Balancing About Load Balancing Setting up the environment Using the Upstream Module Using the right directives (Weight, Hash, Max Fails, etc.) Testing your configuration Module 7: Troubleshooting Techniques Analyzing log files Configuring advanced logging Common configuration errors Performance problems Using the Stub Status module Section 2: Apache (Day 2 duration 1 day) Module 1. Installation Installing Apache Apache starting, stopping and Apache restarting Apache uninstalling  Finding Apache’s files location Module 2. Adding Common Modules Installing a Generic installation modules Installing Unix mod_dav Installing mod_perl Installing Unix mod_php  Installing mod_ssl SSL (Secure Socket Layers) Finding Modules Using modules.apache.org Installing mod_security Module 3. Logging Getting more logs entries and Details Logs rotating Module 4. Virtual Hosts Setting Up Name-Based Virtual Hosts Setting Up address-based virtual hosts Module 5. Aliases, Redirecting, and Rewriting Mapping a URL to a Directory Creating a New URL for Existing Content Giving URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) users having own URLs Users Their Own URLs Redirecting to another location Redirecting Several URLs to the same Destination Rewriting elements between path and query string Turning URL Segments into query arguments Module 6. SSL Installing SSL Generating self-signed SSL certificates  Generating a trusted CA Serving a portion of site via SSL Authenticating with Client certificates Module 7. Dynamic Content Enabling a CGI Directory Enabling CGI Scripts in Non-ScriptAliased Directories Specifying a Default Document in a CGI Directory Enabling and using WebDAV Complex Configurations and the security Issues with WebDAV Section 3: Java Virtual Machine (Day 3 duration 0.5 days) Tuning the Java Virtual Machine Choosing the JVM settings Sizing the garbage collector generations Where to configure JVM settings When you cannot allocate enough memory for the JVM The correct amount of memory to grant your application Setting the correct heap size The correct ratio between the young and old generations The garbage collector algorithms Choosing the right garbage collector for your application The G1 garbage collector Debugging garbage collection Making good use of the memory Handling 'Out of Memory' errors Finding the memory leak in your code Section 4: Java Web Introduction to Java Web technologies What is a Servlet and when to use Introduction to JSP Servlet versus JSP What is a JavaBean Introduction to JEE The role of EJB (Session Beans, Entity Beans, MDB Beans) in an enterprise application The MVC pattern - The role of the Model - The role of the View - The role of the Controller Section 5: Multimedia content and HTML 5 HTML 5 Audio and Video elements Different streaming protocols - Internet Protocol television (IPTV) - HTTP Live Streaming  Server implementations The role of OTT streaming Section 6: JBoss (Day 4 duration 1 day) Module 1: Installing Core Components Installing the Java environment Installing JBoss AS Application server features Creating a custom server configuration Module 2: Customizing JBoss AS Services How to monitor JBoss AS services JBoss AS thread pool Configuring logging services Configuring the connection to the database Configuring the transaction service Module 3. Deploying EJB 3 Session Beans Developing Enterprise JavaBeans Configuring the EJB container Module 4: Deploying a Web Application Developing web layout Configuring JBoss Web Server Module 5: Deploying Applications with JBoss Messaging Service The new JBoss Messaging system Developing JMS applications Advanced JBoss Messaging Module 6: Managing JBoss AS Introducing Java Management Extension JBoss AS Administration Console Managing applications Administering resources Module 7. JBoss Drools - Introduction Getting the software Installing the BRMS/Guvnor Installing the Drools plug-in Module 8. Using the Guvnor General Navigation Administration (Rules, Packages, Deployment) Building a Guided Rules with the Guvnor From Guvnor to JBoss IDE Testing your Rules
263581 Drools Rules Administration 21 hours This course has been prepared for people who are involved in administering corporate knowledge assets (rules, process) like system administrators, system integrators, application server administrators, etc... We are using the newest stable community version of Drools to run this course, but older versions are also possible if agreed before booking.Drools Administration Short Introduction to Rule Engines Artificial Intelligence Expert Systems What is a Rule Engine? Why use a Rule Engine? Advantages of a Rule Engine When should you use a Rule Engine? Scripting or Process Engines When you should NOT use a Rule Engine Strong and Loose Coupling What are rules? Where things are Managing rules in a jar file Git repository Executing rules from KIE Managing BPMN and workflows files Moving knowledge files (rules, processes, forms, work times...) Rules Testing Where to store test How to execute tests Testing with JUnit Deployment Strategies stand alone application Invoking rules from Java Code integration via files (json, xml, etc...) integration via web services using KIE for integration Administration of rules authoring Packages Artifact Repository Asset Editor Validation Data Model Categories versioning Domain Specific Languages Optimizing hardware and software for rules execution Multithreading and Drools Kie Projects structures Lifecycles Building Deploying Running Installation and Deployment Cheat Sheets Organization Units Users, Rules and Permissions Authentication Repositories Backup and Restore Logging
2550 Managing Business Logic with Drools 21 hours This course is aimed at enterprise architects, business and system analysts, technical managers and developers who want to apply business rules to their solutions. This course contains a lot of simple hands-on exercises during which the participants will create working rules. Please refer to our other courses if you just need an overview of Drools. This course is usually delivered on the newest stable version of Drools and jBPM, but in case of a bespoke course, can be tailored to a specific version. Short Introduction to Rule Engines Artificial Intelligence  Expert Systems What is a Rule Engine? Why use a Rule Engine? Advantages of a Rule Engine When should you use a Rule Engine? Scripting or Process Engines When you should NOT use a Rule Engine Strong and Loose Coupling What are rules? Creating and Implementing Rules Fact Model KIE Rules visioning and repository Exercises Domain Specific Language (DSL) Replacing rules with DSL Testing DSL rules Exercises jBPM Integration with Drools Short overview of basic BPMN Invoking rules from a processes Grouping rules Exercises Fusion What is Complex Event Processing? Short overview on Fusion Exercises Mvel - the rule language Filtering (fact type, field Operators Compound conditions Operators priority Accumulate Functions (average, min, max, sum, collectList, etc....) Rete - under the hood Compilation algorithm Drools RETE extensions Node Types Understating Rete Tree Rete Optimization Rules Testing Testing with KIE Testing with JUnit OptaPlanner An overview of OptaPlanner Simple examples Integrating Rules with Applications Invoking rules from Java Code
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