Apache Quarks Training Courses

Apache Quarks Training

Apache Quarks provides APIs and a lightweight runtime to analyze streaming data at the edge of IoT networks and devices

Apache Quarks Course Outlines

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quarks Apache Quarks 21 hours Quarks provides is a programming model and micro-kernel style runtime that can be embedded in gateways and small footprint edge devices enabling local, real-time, analytics on the continuous streams of data coming from equipment, vehicles, systems, appliances, devices and sensors of all kinds (for example, Raspberry Pis or smart phones). Audience This course is directed at developers and engineers seeking to utilize Apache Quarks in their Internet of Things project   Getting started with Apache Quarks Setting up your environment Creating a simple application Further Examples Using the Console Visualizing and monitoring your application Adding the console web app to your application ConsoleWaterDetector sample ConsoleWaterDetector application scenario Detecting zero tuple counts Topology graph controls Counters Quarks Cookbook Writing a source function Detecting a sensor value out of expected range Applying different processing against a single stream Splitting a stream to apply different processing and combining the results into a single stream Using an external configuration file for filter ranges Changing a filter's range Changing a polled source stream's period Using an adaptable deadtime filter Dynamically Enabling Analytic Flows How can I run analytics on several tuples in parallel How can I run several analytics on a tuple concurrently? Sample Programs  
apakar Apache Karaf 21 hours Apache Karaf training is for developer and system administrators who need to discover and understand how to use Apache Karaf as an operating environment in the best possible way. Developers will learn the best practices for designing applications that fully integrate into the system, while administrators gain operational experience. Installing Apache Karaf Prerequisites Obtaining Apache Karaf Commanding the Runtime Command Review Common commands Remote console access Apache Karaf client Custom command creation Karaf command archetype Karaf custom command project JMX console Configuration and Tuning Startup properties Logging properties File logging Console logging System properties Configuring Karaf Environment variables Configuring hot deployment Console configuration commands Web console Failover configuration Startup properties Provisioning Apache Maven repositories The Karaf system repository Apache Karaf features Deploying Applications Deploying bundles Building bundle Deploying the bundle using Maven Deploying a bundle using the file handler Deploying a bundle using  HTTP Deploying a bundle using  hot deployments Deploying afeature description Deploying non-OSGi JARs (wrap) Deploying WAR Deploying Spring/Blueprint Creating and deploying a Karaf Archive Deploying Production-grade Apache Karaf Offline repositories Improving application logging Installing Karaf as a service Master-slave failover Child instances Basic security configuration Managing roles Password encription Locking down JMX access Apache Karaf Cellar Node discovery Cluster groups Cloud discovery  

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