Enterprise Java Development for Professional Developers
(JARCH, Live Instructor-Led Training, 4 days)


This SETC certified course introduces programmers to the creation and maintenance of corporate infrastructure and web application development using Java Enterprise Edition. Starting with analysis and design of a JEE application, the content moves to Java Enterprise Edition and its modules, including security and deployment. Best practices and enterprise patterns are continously reinforced through the course.

Dates and Pricing

Dec 12 to Dec 15, 2017$2,500/person Jan 16 to Jan 19, 2018$2,500/person Feb 13 to Feb 16, 2018$2,500/person Mar 13 to Mar 16, 2018$2,500/person


Business Analysis
Analysis Perspectives
Functional and Non-Functional Requirements
The Service Tiers: Presentation, Business and Data
JEE Overview
JEE Architecture
An Overview of JEE Servers: WebLogic, WebSphere, JBoss and Glassfish
JSP and Struts Overview
Enterprise Java Beans Overview
JMS Overview
SOA and Web Services
JEE Security
Best Practices of Software Engineering
Characteristics of a good software solution
How good software is built
Iterative development
Requirements management
Use of component-based architectures
Ongoing verification of software quality
Control of software changes
JEE Considerations
The Software Engineering Process
The Rational Unified Process
The Inception Phase
The Elaboration Phase
The Construction Phase
The Transition Phase
The RUP: Dynamic Structure
About Agile Development
Symptoms and Root Causes of Software Development Problems
Use Cases in the Overall Process
Business Process Modeling
Use Cases in the Software Development Process
Use Cases and Requirements
Management of Requirements and Use Cases
Writing Use Cases
Graphical Notation
Use Case Formats
Use Case Sections
The Supplementary Specification
Use Case Points: Estimting Effort
When to Use JEE Solutions
The Decision to use JEE: Distributed versus Local Architecture
When to use Specific Web Technologies: JSP, Struts, JSF, etc
When to use Session Beans: Design and State Considerations
When to use Entity Beans: CMP, BMP and maybe ORM
The Message Driven Bean and JMS Decision
When to use Web Services
When to use a Queuing Product
Clustering and QoS Considerations
Architecting a JEE Solution
Desiging the Layers: Presentation, Business and Data
Building the Interface: JSP, Struts and other web technologies
Building Business Services: Stateful versus Stateless Session Beans
Building the Data Layer: Introducing BMP and CMP Entity Beans
Building the Data Layer: Introducing ORM Technology
Building Communications: Message Driven Beans and JMS
Building Reliable Communications: Using a Queueing Product
Security Architecture
Security Essentials
JEE Security
Planning Security
Implementing J2EE Security
Security in a Clustered, Multi-Server Environment
Distributed Architecture
XML Essentials: Schemas, XSL and other Essential Topics
Web Service Technology: SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, etc
Web Service Communications: From Client to Server
Business Use Cases and the need for Web Services
Introducing Web Services
Publishing the Web Service
Securing the Web Service
JEE Patterns
Overview of JEE Patterns
Presentation Tier Patterns
Business Tier Patterns
Integration Tier Patterns
Connection to Tiers using Patterns
Documentation Considerations
Planning the Deployment: UML Deployment Diagrams
A Note on JAR, WAR and EAR Files
Planning the Deployment from A to Z
Deploying to a Production Environment
Review and Case Study