VMware vFabric GemFire for Developers

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Classroom (4 Days)   English
23 Oct 2012 09:00 AM  -  26 Oct 2012 05:00 PM
(GMT+01:00) Irish Summer Time (Europe/Dublin)
VMware Education
Global Knowledge London
120 Old Broad Street
London, EC2N, United Kingdom 1AR
This intensive four-day, instructor-led course in VMware vFabric™ GemFire® provides in-depth training in how to install, configure, and monitor GemFire applications.
The course begins with GemFire installation and general configuration. It continues with using the GemFire APIs to develop Java applications. The course also delves into more advanced deployment strategies and advanced configuration. Modules are accompanied by lab exercises that provide hands-on experience.

Objectives:   •  Install GemFire.
•  Create and configure regions.
•  Configure region partitioning.
•  Configure region replication.
•  Use Object Query Language to query data.
•  Create and use functions.
•  Monitor GemFire applications.
Intended Audience:   •  Developers
•  Architects
Prerequisites:   Good working knowledge of the Java language
Outline:   1  GemFire Architecture
•  GemFire topologies
•  GemFire architecture
•  Common terminologies
•  GemFire installation
•  Cache management
2  Creating Regions
•  Overview of regions
•  Region topologies
•  Region attributes
•  Replicated regions
•  Partitioned regions
•  Region APIs
•  Creating and managing regions
•  Data operations on regions
3  Configuring Client-Server Architecture
•  Membership/discovery protocols
•  Locators/cache server
•  Client-server architecture
•  Simple configuration for server discovery
•  Configuration with server grouping
•  Subscribing to server events
•  GFMon introduction
4  Replication and Persistence
•  How replicated regions work
•  Disk stores
5  Partitioned Regions
•  How partitioned regions distribute objects
•  Specifying a partitioned region
•  How recovery works
•  Cache writers and listeners: how they behave differently
6  Configuring Event Handling
•  GemFire event framework
•  Event handling in the caching API
•  Cache events
•  Cache event listeners
•  Cache writers
•  Cache callback
•  Cache loaders
•  Cache write behind
•  Cache event handling in a distributed system
7  Querying GemFire Data
•  Querying object data
•  Query language
•  Indexes
•  Join restrictions
•  What is continuous querying?
•  Writing the continuous query
•  Running the continuous query code
•  Executing with initial results
•  Managing your continuous queries
8  Functions
•  How function execution works
•  How functions are executed
•  Executing functions in GemFire
•  Writing the function code
•  Registering the function
•  Running the function from the calling application
•  Running the function in custom-partitioned and colocated partitioned regions
•  Storing and retrieving function results
•  Function HA
9  Cache Management
•  Expiration: refreshing stale data
•  Eviction: managing region and heap size
•  Cofiguring eviction
•  Heap least recently used eviction
•  Resource manager
10  Configuring Multisite Installations
•  Multisite caching overview
•  Configuring the gateway hub
•  Implementing a write-behind cache listener in your hubs
•  Configuring regions to send updates to the gateway queue
•  Gateway configuration parameters
•  Message rocessing
•  Load balancing in multisite installations
•  Multiple-hub configuration
•  Implementing a multihub system
•  Failover
•  Multisite topologies
11  Configuring Delta Propagation
•  How delta propagation works
•  Supported topologies and limitations
•  Delta propagation APIs
•  Delta propagation properties
•  Implementing delta propagation
•  Errors in delta propagation
•  Performance considerations
12  Transaction Management
•  GemFire transaction semantics
•  Cache design for transactions
•  Implementing GemFire transactions
•  How GemFire transactions work
13  Monitoring
•  JConsole
•  VSD
•  GFMon recapitulation
•  JMX
•  Virtual machine tuning options