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Questions about SL-425

 
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Has anyone taken SL-425 Architecting and Designing J2EE Applications?

I was examining the course content at http://suned.sun.com/US/catalog/courses/SL-425.html and I am not entirely sure what is meant by the following topics:

Module 5: Optimizing Inside the Tier
-Specify service providers to support maintenance goals

Module 6: Optimizing Tier-to-Tier Communication
-Create a network model for an application
-Construct a data and call model to efficiently submit service requests and receive responses

Module 7: Analyzing Quality-of-Service Requirements
-Evaluate the effects of dimensions on systemic qualities

Module 11: J2EE Technology Choices
-Design for long-term application state

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks.
 
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I took it. There was a road map, it may help but not directly.
 
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Can you tell me what each of the above topics were all about?
 
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Hi True,
I am sorry I can only remember some of them. ex: Module 7: Analyzing Quality-of-Service Requirements is for the 8 stuffs we have in part I: -abilities, performance and security.
 
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I took it and the instructor was excellent. As such the content was very good as it was dealt be a practicing engineer.

Based on our comments my colleague took it and he dropped out of it and asked for a refund.

I personally feel that it is a good course.

Kay
 
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