TOGAF – Level 1

TOGAF – Level 1

TOGAF as an enterprise architecture (EA) framework that is defined and maintained by the Open Group, a vendor and technology neutral consortium. TOGAF has a detailed Architecture Development Method (ADM) and a set of supporting tools for developing IT and Enterprise Architecture. TOGAF and the ADM are technology agnostic and can be used with other frameworks that may or may not be existing with in an organization.

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TOGAF – Level 2

TOGAF – Level 2

TOGAF as an enterprise architecture (EA) framework that is defined and maintained by the Open Group, a vendor and technology neutral consortium. TOGAF has a detailed Architecture Development Method (ADM) and a set of supporting tools for developing IT and Enterprise Architecture. TOGAF and the ADM are technology agnostic and can be used with other frameworks that may or may not be existing with in an organization.

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Design Patterns & Principles

Design Patterns & Principles

Heard your colleagues talk about SOLID Principles or your technical lead saying something about Single Responsibility Principle and Dependency Inversion Principle, but not really sure what meant or how it impacts your design and development? Then, this is the right course for you.

This course aims to introduce the concept of Design Principles and how they impact the design

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Performance Testing

Performance Testing

Performance Testing is not about recording scripts and running them at a particular load. A lot of thought needs to put in place in understanding what performance goals are, why they are important, how do we ensure we simulate the actual load conditions that the application is supposed to support etc.

This course will teach you the various topics that play an extremely important role in coming up with a strategic approach to Performance Testing. It also provides an overview of how to use JMeter as a load testing tool

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JEE Architecture

JEE Architecture

This course gives a broad overview of the JEE Components, with emphasis on ‘What’ and ‘Why’ behind each of the component(s), rather than ‘How’ to build that component. It discusses various architectures that are feasible using the JEE components, the role of open source frameworks and illustrates a few commonly used JEE specific architecture and architectures with open source software.

This course will talk various Transaction Management models that exists and how to choose and design an application with an appropriate Transaction Management Model.

1. Role played by Web Server, Application Servers
2. JEE Components Overview : Servlet, JSP’s, JDBC, EJB’s, JMS, JMX, JAX-WS, JAX-RS, JSF, JPA
3. Open Source Frameworks and their role in JEE Architectures
4. Case Studies : Architectures using pure JEE Components and architectures using JEE components with Open Source Frameworks
5. Transaction Management Model
6. Transaction Management using EJB’s and Spring AOP
1 Day Instructor Led Training Session (ILT)
1. Should have about 3-5 years of development experience and should have worked on mid to large enterprise applications.
2. Should have a good level of knowledge in web / enterprise application design
3. Should be aware of the capabilities of web servers / application servers
4. Should have had good development exposure to JEE Components

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