Course Outlines

Following are the courses that are currently offered by BigLeap Solutions. Most of the courses could be customized based on specific needs. Contact BigLeap Solutions for any customizations or to enquire about topics that are not listed here.

DevOps

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DevOps

This course aims to educate participants on one the current new trends in the IT industry i.e DevOps. Course starts by focusing on what DevOps is not and then de-mystifying what DevOps means, its core principles and practices. Course also focuses on various engineering practices that make DevOps possible and then provides hands on introduction to the most important engineering processes that any participates should know about and should be involved with.   Topics Duration Pre-Requisites 1.DevOps – Context 2.What DevOps is not...

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TOGAF – Level 1

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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. TOGAF 9.x training for practitioners (Level 1 & 2) introduces all of the topics you will need to use the latest version of...

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TOGAF – Level 2

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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. TOGAF 9.x training for practitioners (Level 1 & 2) introduces all of the topics you will need to use the latest version of...

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Design Patterns & Principles

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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 of any software system. It also talks about the interrelationship between principles and how Design Principles and Design Patterns are related. Topics Duration...

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Design Mindset

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Design Mindset

As any experienced technologist will tell you, moving from being a module lead role, focused on implementing a given design or designing and implementing a module of a large system, to a technical lead or solution architect role, being responsible for the design of an entire system is quite a challenge. One needs breadth of various design aspects to along with the depth of technical knowledge in order to tackle bigger challenges. This course is aimed at such participants who are slated to play such important roles on design teams. This is a...

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Spring Framework

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Spring Framework

Spring Framework, an open source application framework and an Inversion of Control container, is one of the most popular application development framework for enterprise Java. Originally designed by Rod Johnson to address some of the limitations of the J2EE components, Spring offers a modular programming approach for building enterprise applications on top of the Java EE platform. This course starts with an overview of the design patterns and principles that make IoC work and then covers the various components of the Spring framework, what...

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Web Services

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Web Services

Web application designs are increasing using a client-server styled architecture, where both the client and server side applications are typically designed and implemented using different but appropriate technology stack, but are capable of communicating with each other over HTTP using XML / JSON data formats. While SOAP based services are still relevant in an enterprise arena, REST styled services are gaining popularity for various external application integrations. This course aims to provide an understanding and importance of Web Services,...

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Performance Testing

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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 on the server side and...

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JEE Architecture

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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...

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Design Thinking

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Design Thinking

This course aims to educate participates on how to think about the “What” and “How” of technical design, starting from a given problem statement and how to arrive at an implementable solution, using Domain Modeling and UML Modeling techniques. Course will focus on the important and most often used UML Diagrams. StarUML, on open source UML modeling tool, could be used for UML diagrams. This course will not only address the inter-relationships that exists among various diagram but also focus on where and how they fit into the overall design...

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