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Jakarta EE 10 Messaging

by Jaya Bodkhey

In this course you’ll learn how to use the overall architecture of Jakarta, explore classes, APIs, and interfaces, as well as how constructs are used in combination with Jakarta EE web container and Enterprise Beans.

What you'll learn

Jakarta EE 10 Messaging provides a standard way for exchanging mission-critical messages using an enterprise messaging system. In this course, Jakarta EE 10 Messaging, you’ll learn how to use various features provided by Jakarta Messaging to exchange critical messages between your enterprise applications. First, you’ll explore the overall architecture and messaging model of Jakarta EE 10 messaging. Next, you’ll discover a set of Classes, APIs, and Interfaces that come in handy to extend Jakarta Messaging features for your application. Finally, you’ll learn how Jakarta Messaging constructs are used in combination with Jakarta EE web container and Enterprise Beans container. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Jakarta EE 10 Messaging needed to implement an enterprise messaging system using Jakarta Messaging 3.1 for your Java and Jakarta EE based applications.

About the author

Jaya is a seasoned engineer in Information Security and Automation domain. During her rich experience of 10 years in software industry, she has worked on several technologies like Information Security, Penetration Testing, Certificate Management System, SSL, Networking, VENAFAI, Secure FTP, PKI Webservices, Cloud Security, Cloud Storage, Storage Virtualization, C, C++, Java, Python, Shell Scripting, Expect Scripting etc. She is proficient with Unix and Linux operating systems. She is also well v... more

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