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what are the assignments the company give in the first three years of our job in jboss tool

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what tasks we have to do in the company in middleware domain in jboss in initial 3 years of our onsite work?

can anyone say the job roles and responsibilities in first three years of jboss eap tool?

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tat
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Re: what are the assignments the company give in the first three years of our job in jboss tool

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Well, it really depends on your employer and your team(s).

For me it mostly was:
-deploying applications
-troubleshooting applications (in cooperation with Devs)
-tuning the jvm
-tuning jboss performance
-site reliability engineering
-tuning jboss security
-educating Devs about EAP server and JVM/GCs
-expanding the clusters

Hope that gives a general idea.

best regards,
Alexander

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vikassharma
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I agree - It really depends on the employer you're working with and kind of assignment you're working on. @tat given a very high level overview in general layman.

It can be:

1. Installing and Configuring JBoss tools.

2. Deploying application and tuning performance.

3. Integrating external tools like LDAP, RHSSO, Keycloak etc.

4. Load Balancing

5. Troubleshooting of the application issues.

and many more.

Thanks!

Vikas Sharma

 

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tat
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Well, it really depends on your employer and your team(s).

For me it mostly was:
-deploying applications
-troubleshooting applications (in cooperation with Devs)
-tuning the jvm
-tuning jboss performance
-site reliability engineering
-tuning jboss security
-educating Devs about EAP server and JVM/GCs
-expanding the clusters

Hope that gives a general idea.

best regards,
Alexander

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Deanna
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I agree - it really does depend on your employer but @tat gave a very thorough and informative answer form his experience. @anveshk_Muvva are you asking this question because you are considering a career in middleware?

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vikassharma
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Re: what are the assignments the company give in the first three years of our job in jboss tool

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I agree - It really depends on the employer you're working with and kind of assignment you're working on. @tat given a very high level overview in general layman.

It can be:

1. Installing and Configuring JBoss tools.

2. Deploying application and tuning performance.

3. Integrating external tools like LDAP, RHSSO, Keycloak etc.

4. Load Balancing

5. Troubleshooting of the application issues.

and many more.

Thanks!

Vikas Sharma

 

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Gunnar
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In my opinion the most important tasks should be:

  1. automate
  2. automate
  3. automate

But jokes aside: Establish automation of possibly all of the tasks mentioned before.

  1. Establish "standard" ways for deployment and app-update.
  2. Use automation to create matching production and staging environments
  3. Thinks about possilby packaing applications into containers (should always work if you have 1 jboss for 1 application deployment).

 

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