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Nov 17, 2013 (3 years and 11 months ago)

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APACHE SERVER
Duration:15 days
Training Location
:K
-
Pintar Training Centre
MSC Malaysia vi
a its K
-
Workers Development
Initiatives (KDI) is driving the provision of last mile
skills training to potential knowledge workers
(k
-
workers) for the ICT industry.Trainings are
currently done through partnership with training
providers appointed b
y Multimedia Development
Corporation (MDeC).
MSC Malaysia Job Camp,a KDI programme,
provides fresh graduates and available k
-
workers
the necessary training to fill immediate vacancies
in MSC Malaysia Status companies.
In Collaboration with:
Course Overview
Apache Tomcat is the most popular platformfor deploying
Java
-
based™Web applications.In this
15
days course,
attendees learn how to administer the Tomcat server,
how to deploy applications on the server,and how to
ensure the server's security.
Objectiv
es

To learn how to setup and configure Apache
Tomcat

To master deploying Java web applications to
the Tomcat server

To learn how to configure Tomcat valves for
access logging,single sign
-
on,and access
control

To discover how to secure applications run
ning
on the Tomcat server
To explore using Ant for deploying applications to the
Tomcat server
Requirements:

Malaysian citizen.

Diploma/Degree holders in ICT
-
related fields*

CGPA of above 2.5*

Candidates with CGPA below 2.5 will have to sit for
pre
-
quali
fying test.

Available k
-
workers (fresh graduates,unemployed,
in
-
between jobs or retrenched) interested in a career
in the ICT industry.
*Note:Creative Multimedia courses:Minimum
requirement is SPMLevel
For further inquiries,please contact:
Comp
any Name
:
K
-
Pintar Sdn Bhd
Contact Person
:
Ms Anusya/Mr Tharma
E
-
mail
:
ahnu@kpsb.net
Contact Number
:
016
-
332 0596
Address
:
Suite C
-
13
-
6,
13
th
Floor Wisma Goshen
Plaza Pantai,No.5 Jalan 4/83A,
Off Jalan Pantai Baru,
59200 Kuala
Lumpur
( Kerinchi

LRT Station)
In Collaboration with:
COURSE OUTLINE

Installing Tomcat

Installing the Java Runtime
Environment (JRE)

Tweaking the JRE for
performance

Performing the actual Tomcat
installation

Examining the Tomcat installation
directories

bin

conf

common (Tomcat 5.5 and earlier)

lib (Tomcat 6 and later)

logs

server (Tomcat 5.5 and earlier)

shared (Tomcat 5.5 and earlier)

temp

webap
ps

work

Configuring Tomcat

server.xml (detailed walkthrough)

web.xml

context.xml

Tomcat Valves

AccessLog and FastCommonAccessLog

RequestFilterValve

SingleSignOnValve (by request)

RequestDumperValve (by request)

Memory management and JMX monitorin
g

Understanding Java garbage collection

Using JAVA_OPTS,JMX and JConsole
to monitor and tune Tomcat memory
usage

Sizing Tomcat's JVM memory heap

Using JMX and JConsole to configure
Tomcat via Tomcat's MBeans

Updating Tomcat's configuration via
JMX"on the fly"without restarting
Tomcat

Load testing with JMeter

Using Visual VM (new monitoring tool
built into JDK 6)

Logging

JULI logging

log4j logging

Understanding exceptions and thread
dumps

Tomcat sessions and persistence

Standard session behavior

Disabling session saves across
restarts (if desired)

FileStore

JDBCStore

Using <Cluster/> to replicate
sessions across
Tomcat instances

Connecting databases with Tomcat
applications

Classic JDBC approach

Better approach:JNDI resources

Security

File system security

Java security manager

Realms

Using the UserDatabaseRealm

Using the JDBC realm

SSL

Performance tun
ing strategies

Additional JVM tuning tips

Enabling parallel garbage collection

Building native connectors

Disabling/removing unneeded
applications

Tuning incoming connections and
database connection pools

Turning off Jasper development
mode

Precompi
ling JSPs

Preloading servlets

Tomcat with Apache

Introducing the mod_jk connector
[mod_proxy_ajp taught in lieu of
mod_jk upon request]

Understanding Tomcat workers

Connecting Tomcat with Apache

Configuring SSL

Tomcat load balancing with Apache

Tom
cat Clustering

Clustering model

Load balancing

Session sharing

Working with Tomcat clustering

Session management

Configuring a cluster

Testing the cluster