INSTRUCTOR-LED TRAINING FOR ACTIVEMQ
Administration Essentials for ActiveMQ and JMS
ActiveMQ is a top choice among message-oriented middleware – but using advanced features like load-balancing can be difficult for many teams.
In our ActiveMQ instructor-led training course, ActiveMQ Administration Essentials, we deliver hands on training to help students successfully deploy and optimize ActiveMQ in the enterprise.
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Our ActiveMQ Administration Essentials course provides an in-depth and hands-on look at how to integrate applications with messaging — as well as details and insights on JMS standards and how ActiveMQ implements JMS to provide reliable and highly available messaging.
This class takes a lecture and lab approach. It gives administrators, architects, and developers a survey of the features and functionality of ActiveMQ and JMS, as well as examples of how to start using these features in a production environment.
In the ActiveMQ Administration Essentials course, participants gain real-world experience on how to set up, tune, and monitor installations of ActiveMQ. Additionally, developers will learn how to integrate with ActiveMQ — especially with how it can bridge disparate services even if they’re written in different languages.
This course also includes deep-dives on the Enterprise Integration Patterns that are relevant to your organization.
Workshop and lab sessions are part of this lecture-driven course. We will cover the following topics and more:
The ActiveMQ Administration Essentials course is delivered on-site or via online classroom as a five-day course (8 hours each day). The minimum class size is 5 participants, and we recommend no more than 15 attendees for an optimal training experience.
Before finalizing your training agenda, we schedule a 30-minute introductory call with you to establish any custom elements you may require.
John Saboe is an OpenLogic enterprise architect with more than 15 years of experience working in software development, application security and SDLC, and embedded and real-time software. He has focused on ActiveMQ for more than 10 years. Most recently, John’s focus has been on enterprise Java applications, open source messaging frameworks, and security. He has also presented at ApacheCon 2017, ZendCon/OpenEnterprise 2018, and Open Source 101 2019.
Enhance user and team productivity, accelerate learning, and achieve success faster with ActiveMQ administration through instructor-led training from OpenLogic. Contact us today to get started!