Enterprise Messaging Techniques

Enterprise Messaging Techniques

Video Training

Learn the fundamentals of messaging, a powerful software paradigm that makes it easier to decouple and integrate enterprise applications. In this Learning path, messaging expert Mark Richards guides you through messaging fundamentals with the Java Message Service (JMS) API. You’ll learn how to use the JMS 1.1 and 2.0 API to send and receive messages, and more. Then you’ll move on to even more advanced JMS features and techniques.

Below are the video training courses included in this Learning Path.


Enterprise Messaging

Presented by Mark Richards 5 hours 29 minutes

Explore messaging fundamentals with the Java Message Service (JMS) API under the guidance of messaging expert Mark Richards. The course begins with some fundamental messaging concepts, and then takes you on a live coding journey through the JMS 1.1 API, the new JMS 2.0 simplified API, then a variety of messaging fundamentals topics that will enable you to understand and effectively use messaging for enterprise-wide applications. You’ll learn how to send and receive messages, how to do request/reply processing, how to use message selectors, and how to use publish and subscribe messaging—all through hands-on, interactive coding with ActiveMQ and OpenMQ.


Enterprise Messaging with JMS

Presented by Mark Richards 3 hours 52 minutes

Dive into advanced topics for using Java Message Service (JMS) in the enterprise. Through live, interactive coding in both JMS 1.1 and JMS 2.0, messaging expert Mark Richards gets you working with several advanced JMS features and techniques, including JMS transaction management, embedded messaging, RESTful JMS, Spring JMS, and message streaming. You’ll get experience with design techniques, common message design pitfalls, how and when to use transactions with messaging, and how to create self-healing and auditing systems in your application. By the end of this journey, you’ll be fully able to use messaging, make your messaging apps run faster and scale better, and harness the full power of Spring JMS with Message Driven POJOs.