Web Server Training Courses

Web Server Training

A web server is a computer system that processes requests via HTTP, the basic network protocol used to distribute information on the World Wide Web.

Web Server Course Outlines

Code Name Duration Overview
apacheadmin Apache Web Server Administration 28 hours This course has been created for Web site administrators, Web masters or anyone wishing to set up or maintain a Web server. Apache is the most popular Web server used on the internet. It is Open Source software and works well with other Open Source software such as Linux and MySQL. This course shows how to set up a simple Apache Web server under Linux and how to enhance it into a fully functional commercial web server capable of supporting sophisticated Web sites. Apache fundamentals What is a web server? Apache and the Web HTTP overview Apache Installation Overview Lab: Install Apache Server Configuration Web site requirements Performance issues Apache configuration file Apache modules Shared versus built in modules Lab: Set up a simple Web site Logging Error Logs Enabling transfer logs Customised logging Log filters Log file analysis tools Log file management Lab: Enable logging Dynamic Content Server status and info Common Gateway Interface Perl and mod_perl PHP Java servlets, JSP and Tomcat Integrating Apache and Tomcat Lab: Enable several forms of dynamic content Controlling Access Controlling access by hostname and IP address Using mod_auth password authentication Using database authentication Lab: Enable authentication and access control Security Web security issues The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates Lab: Install Apache with SSL Authentication HTTP authentication Apache authentication directives Authentication using PHP Lab: provide a password protected web page to access order database Virtual Hosting IP bases virtual hosting Name based virtual hosting Port based virtual hosting Bulk virtual hosting Virtual hosting with mod_rewrite Lab: Enable virtual hosting Other modules Guided tour of other Apache modules Managing Web Content FTP access WebDAV Lab: Using WebDAV
dnswebmaildb Top 4 Linux/Unix Servers - DNS,Web,Mail and Database 35 hours Created Linux/Unix Administrators and developers who are interested with getting involved in LInux/Unix Servers Even beginners, who have the basic skill and knowledge on Linux, can catch up with this course just if you follow the instructor's lab and explanation in detail. This course is intended to practice enough Managing Linux Servers and to show it is very easy to understand Linux/Unix servers. This course will be delivered to audience with 40% lectures, 50% labs and 10% Q&A. This five-day course strongly emphasizes lab-based activities. You'll learn how to deploy and manage Top 4 Linux Servers that provide highly useful network services to a mission-critical enterprise environment. It can be deliver on any distribution (Fedora, CentOS are commonly used) This course covers these kinds of topics: Bind as a ;DNS server Apache as a Web Server Postfix as a Mail Server MariaDB as a Database Server Through this course, you will learn from the installation to High level features of each server.
jetty Jetty: Embedding a web server inside your application 7 hours Enterprise Java development does not need to be heavyweight and Ant-driven. Learn to bypass the complexity of setting up and maintaining a standalone web container. Instead learn how to embed the web server into your application with embedded Jetty.   "Don’t deploy your application in Jetty, deploy Jetty in your application!" Some of the topics covered in this instructor-led, live training include: Instantiating Jetty as a POJO (Plain Old Java Object) Replacing Tomcat with Jetty for Spring Boot integration Automatically deploying embedded Jetty with Maven Request this course now! Audience Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice Request a custom course outline now!
undertow Undertow: Embed a Web Server into Your Application 7 hours Undertow is a lightweight web server written in Java. It is used by JBoss's WilfFly internally and is popular as an embedded web server for JVM-based applications. In this course, participants will learn how to set up an Undertow web server as a standalone and embedded web server. By the end of the course, participants will have an understanding of Undertow's architecture, features and capabilities and will be able to: Deploy and manage an Undertow server in standalone as well as embedded mode Embed Undertow into application code using Undertow's embedded APIs Integrate Undertow into a Wildfly Application Server Set up Undertow as the embedded servlet container for Spring Boot Audience System administrators Enterprise web application developers DevOps engineeers Developers Format of the course Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice To request a customized course outline for this training, please contact us.
lighttpd Lighttpd Web Server: Setup, Configuration and Administration 14 hours Lighttpd is a secure, fast, compliant, and very flexible open-source web-server that has been optimized for high-performance environments. It has a very low memory footprint compared to other web servers and takes care of cpu-load. Its advanced feature-set (FastCGI, CGI, Auth, Output-Compression, URL-Rewriting and many more) make lighttpd an excellent choice for high-performance web applications. In this course, we cover the essentials of installing, configuring, securing, optimizing and managing an Lighttpd server. Discussions are interactive and practice exercises are carried out by all participants. Audience     System administrators     DevOps     Web application developers wishing to improve web server performance Format of the course     Part lecture, part discussion, heavy hands-on practice. Introduction     lighttpd vs Apache vs nginx Installing lighttpd Configuring lighttpd Virtual hosting with lighttpd Controlling content downloading in lighttpd Streaming content with lighttpd Tracking visitors Setting up authentication and encryption on lighttpd Securing lighttpd Containing lighttpd Optimizing lighttpd
Red5 Red5: Setting up a live streaming media server 21 hours Red5 is an open-source media server for live streaming. It has a flexible design and simple plug-in architecture that allows for customization of virtually any video-on-demand and live streaming scenario. A popular server for video conferences, multi-user gaming and enterprise application software, Red5 has been used by thousands of companies, from Amazon to Facebook. In this course, we cover the essentials of installing, configuring, securing, optimizing and managing a Red5 server. By the end of the course, participants will have a firm understanding of Red5's architecture, features and capabilities and will have gained the hands-on practice needed to deploy their own Red5 server. Audience     System administrators     Developers and engineers wishing to set up a media server     Technically-minded persons wishing to get their hands dirty with very cool media server software Format of the course     Part lecture, part discussion, heavy hands-on practice. Introduction     Red5 as an alternative to the Flash Communication Server     Hacking the Real-Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) Installing Red5 Configuring Red5 Building a Red5 application Streaming HLS (HTTP Live Streaming), WebSockets, and RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) with Red5 Setting up ffmpeg and rtmpdump iptv User access and logging Securing Red5 Optimizing Red5 Debugging Red5 Working with SDKs and plug-ins Deploying Red5 in a live environment Red5 Pro (commercial): WebRTC, mobile SDKs (Android and iOS) and high availability clustering The future of live streaming video and Red5
resin Resin: Setting up a Java Application server for web applications spanning hundreds of servers 14 hours Resin is a fast and reliable open-source Java Application Server for web applications spanning hundreds of servers. Originating as a Servlet and JSP engine, Resin today supports Web Profile, CDI and EJB. Resin includes a high performance JTA transaction manager, a JMS provider, clustering, connection pooling, and a management console. Resin is used by companies such as CNET, Motorola and Salesforce.com. In this course, we cover the essentials of installing, configuring, securing, optimizing and managing a Resin application server. By the end of the course, participants will have a firm understanding of Resin's architecture, features and capabilities and will have will the practice needed to deploy and manage their own Resin application server. Audience     System administrators     Enterprise web application developers     DevOps engineeers Format of the course     Part lecture, part discussion, heavy hands-on practice Introduction Installation 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 Closing remarks
httpngx HTTP fundamentals and Nginx web server 21 hours This course is intended for system administrators who want to be able to configure and monitor web servers. It both focuses on general theory behind HTTP and, on the practical side, showcases a specific high-performance web server, Nginx. HTTP/1.x protocol Request and response format Inspecting HTTP conversations with tcpdump and Wireshark Inspecting HTTP headers in a web browser Making requests with CURL Common headers Request pipelining Content length and chunked encoding MIME types Nginx installation Installing nginx from Debian packages Variants of nginx available in Debian and Ubuntu Installing nginx from source Starting nginx Upgrading nginx Nginx as a static file server General structure of the configuration file Setting up virtual hosts Configuring locations Location lookup order Setting up error pages Issuing redirects Other forms of URL rewriting Serving an empty GIF image Internal and named locations Overriding MIME types Client-side performance optimization Allowing clients to cache resources The Vary: header Minimizing the number of requests Keep-alives What if a resource needs to change How web frameworks deal with static files Content post-processing Gzip compression Image scaling Access control Restricting access to files based on IP address Geographical restrictions Hiding VCS directories and private files Basic authentication Other types of authentication Combining restrictions Secure links Applying limits Traffic shaping Grouping requests for the purpose of limiting Rate-limiting requests Restricting simultaneous connections Nginx as a reverse proxy Supported upstream protocols Dealing with self-signed upstream SSL certificates Passing parameters to FastCGI and uWSGI backends Proxying websocket connections X-Accel-* headers Modifying headers received and sent by upstream Language-specific reverse proxy setups PHP Python Ruby Nginx as an SSL terminator Generating self-signed SSL certificates Obtaining certificates from Let's Encrypt Restricting available ciphers Working with session tickets Stapling OCSP responses Verifying SSL configuration Accepting client-side certificates HTTP/2 considerations Load balancing with Nginx Defining upstream groups Sticky sessions using ip_hash Extra features of Nginx Plus as a load balancer Alternatives to Nginx and Nginx Plus Putting another Nginx behind a Nginx load balancer Nginx behind HAProxy or AWS load balancer Nginx as a cache Telling nginx to cache pages How nginx reacts to standard caching-related headers Tunable parameters of caches Nginx cache vs application-level cache Clearing the cache Deploying popular web applications with Nginx The list of applications to be discussed is determined by the trainer Logging Access log and error log files Specifying custom log format Tracking slow requests Optimizing logging Log rotation Log analysis by external programs Monitoring Nginx Nginx stub status page Nginx Plus extended live status page What monitoring systems usually plot and alert about Nginx High availability with Nginx How to deploy the same static content to multiple servers Configuration sharing Fail-over using an elastic/virtual IP address Setting up VRRP with Keepalived Other high-availability stacks Nginx Plus integration with Keepalived Common mistakes and security issues related to Nginx configuration Common performance issues

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