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This three-day instructor-led course teaches students the concepts and application programming interfaces (APIs) that are used to develop applications with IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale.
WebSphere eXtreme Scale operates as an in-memory data grid that dynamically manages application data and business logic across multiple servers, providing architects and developers with a solution for addressing scalability and performance issues through advanced caching and grid technology.
This course covers the basic architecture of WebSphere eXtreme Scale, its programming APIs, and administrative concepts related to it. The course begins with an overview of the WebSphere eXtreme Scale product and grid technology. Students then learn how to use the various WebSphere eXtreme Scale APIs and programming models that are available for application development, including ObjectMap, EntityManager, and DataGrid. In addition, students learn best practices for deploying and administering WebSphere eXtreme Scale solutions.
Hands-on exercises reinforce the concepts that are discussed in the lectures, providing students with practical experience developing and modifying applications using WebSphere eXtreme Scale APIs. This includes APIs that provide access to the backing map, partitions, entity manager, and Java Persistence API (JPA) loaders. The exercises also enable students to build skills in administering WebSphere eXtreme Scale, as well as implementing and configuring applications that persist session data.
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This course is designed for independent software vendors, systems integrators, architects, and developers who develop or architect solutions using IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale.
Students should thoroughly know how to develop Java language applications using IBM Rational Application Developer or Eclipse framework tools.