Oracle Tomcat Application Server

Oracle Tomcat Application Server
This Oracle Tomcat Application Server training teaches you how to install and configure Oracle Tomcat Application Server. It gives administrators an overview of the basic concepts and architecture of Tomcat Application Servers.

You will learn to:

  • Install, configure, and administer Oracle Tomcat Application Serv.
  • Monitor domain resources.
  • Create a domain.
  • Start servers.
  • Monitor domain resources.
  • Set up and use node manager.
  • Deploy applications.
  • Configure database resources.
  • System Administrator
  • Developer
  • J2EE Developer
  • Technical Administrator
  • Systems Architects
Experience with basic Linux administration and shell commands
  • Introduction – A brief, high level, overview of Apache Tomcat.
  • Setup – How to install and run Apache Tomcat on a variety of platforms.
  • First web application – An introduction to the concepts of a web application as defined in the Servlet Specification. Covers basic organization of your web application source tree, the structure of a web application archive, and an introduction to the web application deployment descriptor (/WEB-INF/web.xml).
  • Deployer – Operating the Apache Tomcat Deployer to deploy, precompile, and validate web applications.
  • Manager – Operating the Manager Web app to deploy, undeploy, and redeploy applications while Apache Tomcat is running.
  • Host Manager – Operating the Host Manager web app to add and remove virtual hosts while Apache Tomcat is running.
  • Realms and Access Control – Description of how to configure Realms (databases of users, passwords, and their associated roles) for use in web applications that utilize Container Managed Security.
  • Security Manager – Configuring and using a Java Security Manager to support fine-grained control over the behavior of your web applications.
  • JNDI Resources – Configuring standard and custom resources in the JNDI naming context that is provided to each web application.
  • JDBC DataSource – Configuring a JNDI DataSource with a DB connection pool. Examples for many popular databases.
  • Classloading – Information about class loading in Apache Tomcat, including where to place your application classes so that they are visible.
  • JSPs – Information about Jasper configuration, as well as the JSP compiler usage.
  • SSL/TLS – Installing and configuring SSL/TLS support so that your Apache Tomcat will serve requests using the https protocol.
  • SSI – Using Server Side Includes in Apache Tomcat.
  • CGI – Using CGIs with Apache Tomcat.
  • Proxy Support – Configuring Apache Tomcat to run behind a proxy server (or a web server functioning as a proxy server).
  • MBeans Descriptors – Configuring MBean descriptors files for custom components.
  • Default Servlet – Configuring the default servlet and customizing directory listings.
  • Apache Tomcat Clustering – Enable session replication in a Apache Tomcat environment.
  • Balancer – Configuring, using, and extending the load balancer application.
  • Connectors – Connectors available in Apache Tomcat, and native web server integration.
  • Monitoring and Management – Enabling JMX Remote support, and using tools to monitor and manage Apache Tomcat.
  • Logging – Configuring logging in Apache Tomcat.
  • Apache Portable Runtime – Using APR to provide superior performance, scalability and better integration with native server technologies.
  • Virtual Hosting – Configuring virtual hosting in Apache Tomcat.
  • Advanced IO – Extensions available over regular, blocking IO.
  • Additional Components – Obtaining additional, optional components.
  • Using Tomcat libraries with Maven – Obtaining Tomcat jars through Maven.
  • Security Considerations – Options to consider when securing an Apache Tomcat installation.
  • Windows Service – Running Tomcat as a service on Microsoft Windows.
  • Windows Authentication – Configuring Tomcat to use integrated Windows authentication.
  • High Concurrency JDBC Pool – Configuring Tomcat to use an alternative JDBC pool.
  • WebSocket support – Developing WebSocket applications for Apache Tomcat.
  • URL rewrite – Using the regexp based rewrite valve for conditional URL and host rewrite.

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