TIBCO ActiveSpaces Course Overview
About Tibco ActiveSpaces
TIBCO ActiveSpaces® combines the features and performance of databases, caching systems, and messaging software to support large, highly volatile data sets and event-driven applications. It lets you off-load transaction-heavy systems and allows developers to concentrate on business logic rather than the complexities of developing distributed fault-tolerance.
With the TIBCO ActiveSpaces®, a developer has access to the power of TIBCO ActiveSpaces® in a scaled down version.TIBCO ActiveSpaces® provides the powerful sandbox-to-prototype in-memory applications with a powerful distributed peer-to-peer in-memory data-grid with multiple interfaces including C, Java and .NET APIs. TIBCO ActiveSpaces® provides access to one metaspace with four metaspace members.
Advantages of ActiveSpaces
Simple administration, eliminating the complexity of implementing a distributed caching platform, saving developers time and improving time to market;
Elastic scalability that makes it easy for application programmers to create elastic applications. Nodes, applications, and machines contributing storage and computing resources can be added and removed from the metaspace on the fly;
Peer-to-peer distribution algorithm providing “active-active” fault-tolerance to the collective space. No resources are wasted, providing more ROI;
True distributed peer-to-peer infrastructure, using a specific group membership protocol without relying on a central administration server to coordinate communication among peers.
TIBCO ActiveSpaces Online Training Curriculum
By the end of this Tibco ActiveSpaces online training session, you will get an overview of ActiveSpaces product and get in depth understanding of terminology and components involved in this product
TIBCO ActiveSpaces, Data Grid Introduction, How a Data Grid Works, Data Grid Terminology, Introduction to ActiveSpaces, ActiveSpaces Enables TIBCO Products, Installation Overview, Installing ActiveSpaces, Installing BW Plug-in for ActiveSpaces, BW Plug-in Capabilities, ActiveSpaces Components, Command Line Administration
Lab A Configuring Environment For ActiveSpaces,Lab A - Exercise 1: Verify ActiveSpaces Environment,Lab A - Exercise 2: Accessing the Data Grid
At the end of this training session, you will be able to create and configure Metaspaces
Creating a Metaspace, Connecting to a Metaspace, Connection Process, Remote Clients, ActiveSpaces Peer, Space Member Roles, Data Operations on Spaces, as-agent, Administering ActiveSpaces, Starting ASMM, Viewing Metaspace and Space, Viewing Data in ASMM, ASPaint Sample Program
Lab B Using the ASMM Tool,Lab B - Exercise 1: Exploring Data Entries in a Space
Working with Data in Spaces
BW Plug-in Capabilities, Adding a Metaspace, Adding a Space, Adding Fields to a Space, Space Properties, Adding a Space Connection, Primary Data Operations, Tuple Definition, Retrieving Data - GET, Retrieving Data - TAKE, Building a BW Process, Designer Tester
Lab C Data Operations in Spaces, Lab C - Exercise 1: Configure Metaspaces and Spaces, Lab C - Exercise 2: Add Data to a Space, Lab C - Exercise 3: Test Your New Space Definition, Lab C - Exercise 4: Retrieve Data from a Space
Lab C - Exercise 5: Test the GetData Process, Lab C - Exercise 6: Taking Data
Browsing Data in Spaces
Space Browsers, Browser Types, Event Browsers versus Snapshot Browsers, Configuring Browsers, Limiting Number of Browsed Entries, Time Scope, Distribution Scope, Browsing Spaces Using ASMM, Defining and Using an Index, Space Browsers as Distributed Queues
Lab D Browsing Spaces, Lab D - Exercise 1: Query Spaces with Snapshot Browsers, Lab D - Exercise 2: Using Spaces as Work Queues, Lab D - Exercise 3: OPTIONAL: Using an Index
Listening for Changes in Spaces
Events in ActiveSpaces, ActiveSpaces Event Types, Event Listeners, Creating an Event Listener, Event Delivery, Limiting Returned Events, Time Scope, Time Scope Behavior, Distribution Scope, Distribution Scope Example
Lab E Listening to Changes in a Space, Lab E - Exercise 1: Creating Event Listeners, Lab E - Exercise 2: Using Time Scopes and Distribution Scopes in Event Listeners, Lab E - Exercise 3: Testing Event Listeners
Managing Data in Spaces
Persistence, Types of Persistence, Defining Persistence, Configuring Persistence, Setting up Database Persistence, Recovering Persisted Data, Data Replication, Locking Data, Exporting Space Definitions, Importing Space Definitions
Lab F Configuring Persistence for a Space, Lab F - Exercise 1: Define Space with Shared Nothing Persistence, Lab F - Exercise 2: Testing Shared Nothing Persistence
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