Course Outline



Overview of the Resin Directory Structure

Starting the Resin Server

Configuring Resin

Monitoring and Administration

Deploying Local and Distributed Applications

Connecting to Multiple Databases

Using Resin's Logging Features

Working with the Resin HTTP Server

Security: Setting up Authentication and Authorization in Resin

Developing Applications with Resin

Testing Applications with Resin API for JUnit

Deploying with Resin

Clustering and Load Balancing Your Resin Server

Performance Tuning for Resin


Summary and Next Steps


  • Java programming experience
  • An understanding of the J2EE framework
  • An understanding of web application servers


  • System administrators
  • Enterprise web application developers
  • DevOps engineeers
  14 Hours


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