Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization Development (JB450)

This course teaches database developers and administrators how to model data sources and virtual entities such as tables, views, and procedures. Through hands-on labs, you will learn how to deploy these virtual entities for JDBC and web service consumption. This course can also help certification candidates in their preparation for the Red Hat Certificate of Expertise in Data Virtualization Exam (EX450).

Note: Global IT Training and Red Hat do not guarantee that anyone who takes one or all of the courses in the Red Hat certification program will pass a Red Hat exam. On-the-job experience, in combination with high-quality training, is the best way to build skills and prepare for a Red Hat exam. The exam itself is a hands-on learning experience, and many of those who do not pass on the first try come away with knowledge of what they need to work on to pass the exam on a re-take.

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1. Introduction to Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization

  • Install Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization

2. Model data sources

  • Model connections to data sources and the Teiid server

3. Create a virtual base layer (VBL)

  • Model a VBL on top of data sources

4. Create virtual databases (VDB)

  • Create and deploy a VDB

5. Create view models with a union

  • Model combined projections

6. Create view models with joins

  • Model joins between tables (sources)

7. Create virtual procedures

  • Model virtual procedures

8. Produce XML results

  • Model for XML document results

9. Expose a model as a SOAP web service

  • Build and deploy a web service model using JAX-WS (SOAP)

10. Expose a model as a REST web service

  • Deploy a web service model using JAX-RS (REST)

11. Create a view from a web service data source

  • Use a web service as a data source

12. Server administration

  • Manage the data services server

13. Create materialized views

  • Utilize materialized views when appropriate

14. Restrict access to a virtual database

  • Implement access restrictions to the elements mapped in a virtual database

15. Access a virtual database in an application

  • Access virtual databases in a Java application
  • Modeling data sources
  • Modeling a virtual base layer
  • Creating virtual databases (VDB)
  • Modeling unions, joins, and virtual procedures
  • Modeling and deploying web services
  • Server administration
  • Developing client applications
  • Database administrators
  • Database developers

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