Taste of Training JBoss Enterprise Application 6 clustering over Transmission Control Protocol TCP

Taste of Training: JBoss Enterprise Application 6 clustering for rollouts

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This webinar is the latest session in the Taste of Training
webinar series.

You need to be able to roll out application and configuration updates easily and with zero downtime for your users. Join our webinar to learn how to cluster JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform 6 in a domain to easily roll out upgrades. Concepts in this webinar are from the all-new JBoss Application Administration II (JB348) course.

What are the benefits of a rolling architecture?
One of the main benefits of using the JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 architecture for rolling updates is the separation of clusters. With a rolling update architecture, clusters are smaller, thus improving replications performance. The various clusters share a similar server profile for ease of management but use their own load balancing and replication strategies. If your load balancer is appropriately configured, you can easily roll out application upgrades without sacrificing uptime for users.

During this webinar, learn how to:

  • Build a small cluster optimized for rollouts.
  • Tune your cluster based on JGroups and mod_cluster.
  • Manage application deployments.
About the Taste of Training webinar series
Whether you’re evaluating a specific training course or are eager to learn something new, the Taste of Training webinar series is your gateway to award-winning Red Hat Training. These hour-long demos are delivered by members of the Red Hat Curriculum team, providing practical knowledge and real-world examples.


Will Dinyes, JBoss curriculum manager, Red Hat
Will Dinyes joined Red Hat in 2009 as part of the JBoss Curriculum team. He now manages the team and develops courseware for JBoss products.



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