We’ve confirmed the date for the next Tomcat Administration Training Course that I present via Network Presence here in Adelaide during the week starting August 19th.
Both Tomcat 6 and the latest Tomcat 7 will be covered, with many course segments noting differences and changes between Tomcat 6 and 7.
This course will be run at the first-rate Training Rooms of Express Training Connections in Gawler Place, Adelaide CBD and if you’re interested, please contact Sue at ETC on by email to email@example.com or phone 08 82324502 (Intl. +61 8 8232 4502)
This is an intensive and highly-technical (requires Linux or Windows System Admin capabilities) hands-on training course run over 3 days, with generous lunch & teas included by ETC. Each student has their own dedicated classroom desktop server, with virtualised local and cloud-based servers for trials, tutorials, testing, and there’s Internet accessible ‘Production’ servers for each student. Both Linux and Windows local and cloud-hosted servers are available to course participants, so if you prefer to work in Windows based systems for your Tomcat Training, then that’s fine.
The broad topics covered in the course are:
+ Tomcat Architecture, including installation and clustering
+ Tomcat Software Components
+ Comparison and Online Discovery of Difference between Tomcat, Glassfish, JBoss, Geronimo and WebSphere
+ Trouble Shooting and Admin features
+ Performance and Tuning
+ Common and example Tomcat Web Applications, incl. Liferay, CAS, Hippo, OpenCMS, Enonic, Alfresco, dotCMS and other ‘bundled’ Tomcat systems/distributions.
There’s Tutorial, Trial sessions and an open workflow of subject presentation with multimedia support (electronic course notes supplied), then guided demonstrations and more to give deep understanding and some experience in technical details of Tomcat operations.
As per above, please contact Sue at ETC on by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 08 82324502 if you have any interest or follow-up queries on this course being presented in late February 2013 in Adelaide, South Australia.
FYI and regards,