This course teaches IBM Platform Symphony Application Programming version 7.1. The course helps attendees learn both basic and advanced programming skills for grid enabling applications using Symphony Developer Edition. The attendees will gain a solid understanding of Symphony architecture, learn Symphony grid enablement features and skills, and acquire various tips and techniques for performance tuning and troubleshooting.
This course is designed for programmers who will grid enable existing applications, or design and develop new grid ready applications. Anyone who wants to gain knowledge and skills of application grid enablement will benefit from this course.
Define Platform Symphony concepts and architecture
Provide an overview of Platform Symphony development
Describe Platform Symphony API basics
Explain the Application execution management and deployment feature
Detail the Platform Symphony error handling
Describe the process of optimizing applications using Platform Symphony API
Use advanced application execution management
Describe performance tuning
Troubleshoot Platform Symphony API
Apply best practices while working with Platform Symphony API
Describe Platform Symphony API add-on products
You should be familiar with one popular programming language such as C++ and with UNIX/Linux and/or Windows operating systems. Previous experience with grid computing technologies and solutions is beneficial but not required.
Platform Symphony concepts and architecture
Introduction to Platform Symphony development
Platform Symphony API basics
Application execution management and deployment
Platform Symphony error handling
Optimizing applications using Platform Symphony API
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