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SDLC with SOA Spring Java JMS GIT ActiveMQ MongoDB Jenkins

Learn to Plan Define Design Code Test & Deploy w/ SOA Spring ActiveMQ Git Jenkins Cobertura JSON Java Messaging MongoDB

3.80 (267 reviews)

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7 hours

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Sep 2014

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What you will learn

Complete a Spring JMS Application using the complete SDLC

Become familiar and confident with the Service Oriented Architecture

Have complete confidence with the tools used in this course


Description

You will learn the complete software development life cycle creating a Spring JMS Service Oriented Application using tools like:

Eclipse Spring Framework JMS JUnit Log4j2 ActiveMQ GIT Jenkins Continuous Integration Cobetura Code Coverage Git with BitBucket Tomcat 7 and 8.

By the end of the course you will have complete understanding of the software development lifecycle and have complete confidence using the tools in this course to create service oriented architecture applications in any workplace.


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SDLC with SOA Spring Java JMS GIT ActiveMQ MongoDB Jenkins
SDLC with SOA Spring Java JMS GIT ActiveMQ MongoDB Jenkins
SDLC with SOA Spring Java JMS GIT ActiveMQ MongoDB Jenkins
SDLC with SOA Spring Java JMS GIT ActiveMQ MongoDB Jenkins

Content

SDLC with Spring, JMS, GIT, ActiveMQ, MongoDB, Jenkins Introduction

Introduction

SDLC Phase 1 - Planning

SDLC Phase 1 - Planning

SDLC Phase 1 - Planning the JMS Project with the Business

SDLC Phase 1 - Planning the JMS Project with the Developers

SDLC Phase 2 - Defining

Defining Overview

SDLC - Phase 2 - Gathering Requirements

SDLC Phase 2 - Reviewing the tools for the project

SDLC Phase 2 Gathering Tools - Eclipse

SDLC Phase 2 Gathering Tools - MongoDB

SDLC Phase 2 Gathering Tools - Configuring MongoDB

SDLC Phase 2 Gathering Tools - MongoVue

SDLC Phase 2 Gathering Tools - Active MQ Server

SDLC Phase 2 Gathering Tools - Tomcat 7 for the Front End Application

SDLC Phase 2 Gathering Tools - Tomcat 7 for Jenkins

SDLC Phase 2 Gathering Tools - Tomcat 8 for the Back End Application

SDLC Phase 2 Gathering Tools - Jenkins

SDLC Phase 2 Gathering Tools - Git Local Respository

SDLC Phase 2 Gathering Tools - Bitbucket Remote Repository

SDLC Phase 3 - Designing

SDLC Phase 3 Agile Iterative Approach

SDLC Phase 3 Designing the hardware of the project

SDLC Phase 3 SOA and Designing the software of the Project

SDLC Phase 3 Configuring Git for Eclipse

SDLC Phase 3 Configuring Spring for Eclipse

SDLC Phase 3 Configuring Maven for Eclipse

SDLC Phase 4 - Coding

SDLC Phase 4 Creating Queues in Active MQ

SDLC Phase 4 Creating the Consumer Project

SDLC Phase 4 Adding Dependencies to the Project

SDLC Phase 4 Creating the MDB Listener

SDLC Phase 4 Writing our Unit Test for the MDB

SDLC Phase 4 Commiting the Project to GIT

SDLC Phase 4 Git Explained Further

SDLC Phase 4 Continue the MBD Coding with RME Handling

SDLC Phase 4 Write the Log4j2.xml and test logging

SDLC Phase 4 Writing the Consumer Adapter

SDLC Phase 4 Writing the JUnit Test for the Consumer Adapter

SDLC Phase 4 Wiring the Listener to ActiveMQ

SDLC Phase 4 Wiring the JMSTemplate to the ActiveMQ

SDLC Phase 4 Configuring the Consumer Listener JUnit Test Configuration File

SDLC Phase 4 Finish the JUnit Test of the Consumer Listener

SDLC Phase 4 Run the Consumer Listener in Eclipse on Tomcat 8

SDLC Phase 4 Downloading Cobertura

SDLC Phase 4 Add Project libraries to Tomcat

SDLC Phase 4 Begin Writing Build Scripts with the properties file

SDLC Phase 4 Finish Writing Build Scripts with the Build.xml

SDLC Phase 4 Finish the Build.xml file with War and Deploy

SDLC Phase 4 Test the Build.xml

SDLC Phase 4 Test Consumer Application in Tomcat 8

SDLC Phase 4 Consumer Project Recap and Final Project Check-in to Git

SDLC Phase 4 Configure Jenkins Global Settings

SDLC Phase 4 Configure Jenkins for the Consumer Project

SDLC Phase 4 Creating the Producer Project

SDLC Phase 4 Adding Producer Project Dependencies

SDLC Phase 4 Starting the Producer Project in Eclipse

SDLC Phase 4 Configuring the Producer Project

SDLC Phase 4 Coding the Model for the Producer Project

SDLC Phase 4 Coding the Controller for the Producer Project

SDLC Phase 4 Configuring Logging for the Producer Project

SDLC Phase 4 Initial Coding of the Vendor JSP Page

SDLC Phase 4 Finish the Initial Coding of the JSP Page

SDLC Phase 4 Configuring CSS for the Producer Project

SDLC Phase 4 Adding CSS to the Index jsp

SDLC Phase 4 Add a Logo to the JSP Page

SDLC Phase 4 Finish Coding the Producer Controller

SDLC Phase 4 Code the MessageService for the Producer Project

SDLC Phase 4 Code the Message Sender for the Producer Project

SDLC Phase 4 Configuring the JUnit Test for the Producer Controller

SDLC Phase 4 Finish Coding the JUnit Test for Producer Controller

SDLC Phase 4 Complete the Presentation (index.jsp)

SDLC Phase 4 Testing the Producer Application in Eclipse

SDLC Phase 4 Configuring JNDI for the Consumer & Producer Projects

SDLC Phase 4 Configuring JNDI for the Tomcat

SDLC Phase 4 Creating the Build files for the Producer Project

SDLC Phase 4 Run the Build files for the Producer Project

SDLC Phase 4 Configuring Jenkins for Producer

SDLC Phase 4 Testing the Project End to End

SDLC Phase 5 - Testing

SDLC Phase 5 Software Testing Overview

SDLC Phase 5 Integration Testing of the Project

SDLC Phase 5 System Testing the Project

SDLC Phase 5 Fix Issue found in System Testing

SDLC Phase 5 ReTest Issue found from System Testing

SDLC Phase 5 User Acceptance Testing the Project

SDLC Phase 6 - Implementation

SDLC Phase 6 - What is Done???

SDLC Phase 6 - Implementing the Project

Appendix

SDLC - Add Ebooks and Final Thoughts


Reviews

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Nahid16 November 2019

Don't buy it. This course is totally useless even if you are working on old projects. Project structure is not designed in any manner, just a rough and mixed designing.

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Mayank8 July 2019

Very old course. Not update for last 5 years. Every video starts with 20 seconds of logos which is really annoying as you keep on seeing it in every 4-5 mins.

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Narayana26 March 2019

it would have been great idea if you could cut the video starting few seconds and ending seconds as there is no content in this time. this is wasting our time.

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Gabryel11 April 2018

Aberturas muito longas dos vídeos. Alguns dos procedimentos são ultrapassados e precisaram ser resolvidos com workarounds. Alguns dos vídeos apresentam microfonia ou alongamento ao final do vídeo gerando um tempo de aulas inexistente. Praticamente 30min das horas de curso, são gastas nestas introduções longas e desnecessárias. Tirando estes detalhes, o conteúdo é satisfatório até o momento.

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Jigginzay10 April 2018

i believe the course is outdated because hes dealing with too many xml configurations. annotations are used these days. and also, way too many technologies are being used but not discussed. it gets to a point where he says were going to use this or that at the beginning of every video. we didn't sign up for all of that. spring, jms, activemq, mongodb, and jenkins are enough.

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Lucian4 April 2018

Super annoying intro for each video, the presenter just types in code without much explanation for context.

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Malla15 March 2018

Good explanation, don't put course banner at all or simply say "welcome back" (16 secs course banner for each clip is waste of time). 84 clips *16 secs =1334/60 secs=22 mins (Total waste of time energy and effort) Thanks

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Roberto6 March 2018

Lectures seem to have valuable information. At the beginning of each video there are 16 seconds of useless music. That can go down to 5 in my opinion.

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Ci-Ci5 January 2018

Instructor describes a waterfall SDLC and then goes on to say an Iterative Agile approach is going to be used (in other words, ScrumFall). Doing all of the planning upfront and just doing development in iterations is still Waterfall. The entire development approach in this course is outdated.

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Gaurab10 December 2017

Please remove the music from the beginning of lectures. It serves no purpose, and it is very annoying. Overall, this is the best course on JMS.

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Anand12 September 2017

Motivates to continue for the next slide, curious to understand the concept also feel like story book reading

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sp8 September 2017

Million dollar course... I rate it *****. However, I would cut 1.5 * for unnecessary extra creativity on annoying animation and sound at the beginning of each lecture which has played heavily on my ear drums. Thank you very much for your course effort.

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Percy1 September 2017

Don't waste your money. I wish I could return this course but it's been more than a month. The first 20 seconds of every single one of the 80 videos is a LOUD and annoying musical introduction. What was the author thinking?

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Qamaruddin29 August 2017

very well defined course. I wish Eric can put more courses pertaining to Big data practice including , hadoop ecosystem.

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Zuhair5 March 2017

so so good only the music is not suitable for the course ... i think without music will much better ... :-)


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