VMware Learning recently introduced some new VMware Trainings. One of those trainings is VMware Core Spring Training. This 4 day training is where the students will be introduced to Spring, learn how to configure the application, go through the Middle-Tier architecture, Implement Enterprise Information Connectivity and integrate with Enterprise Services.
The course is available to attend online but also in physical locations.
A quick view of the program:
Develop Java applications using the Spring Framework.
– Use Dependency Injection to set up and configure applications
– Test Spring Applications
– Use Hibernate and JDBC with Spring to access relational databases
– Make use of Spring’s support for transactions
– Utilize AOP to add behavior to objects
– Develop web applications – traditional and RESTful
– Secure application with Spring Security
– Use technologies such as RMI, HttpInvoker, Hessian, Burlap and JMS for remote communication
– Add management with the JMX API
In this training, students build a Spring-powered JEE application that demonstrates the Spring Framework and other Spring technologies like Spring AOP, Spring Security, Spring IOC and more in an intensely productive, hands-on setting.
There is a public catalog of VMware Trainings where you can have a look for complete list of training courses provided by
VMware has recently released vFabric 5 which is an integrated application platform for Virtual And cloud environments. There is more than 3 million developers which do use the Spring framework to build enterprise Java applications.
A quick quote from the vFabric 5 information page:
With vFabric 5, users can gain unparalleled insight into the performance of their Spring applications with the new Spring Insight Operations. Based on the Spring Insight technology that is used by Spring developers today in development environments, Spring Insight Operations will extend this capability into production environments, and in doing so enable operations and development teams to better collaborate.