Akka course with Java online training:
Akka course with Java online training will deliver the participants a practical, methodological and proven pattern of training to understand and expertise various major components of Akka toolkit through those code examples which demonstrates how Akka works in real time, as our trainers are the experts in the field with proven track record and experience.
Akka is an advanced tool that helps in building a flexible, scalable and fault-tolerant error-free distributed system that helps in working on local and remote machines by giving an outstanding performance. To leverage the lightweight entities and use them to program high performance and highly feasible applications, an actor model will be employed usually. It also helps in focusing on the system logics where as Akka delivers itself the scaffolding to delegate remoting, load management and service failure concerns. By the time, a candidate finishes online training on Akka, he/she would be able to understand the following:
- Way to look at the actor model and resolve concurrent issues,
- Deep dive into the actor system and hierarchical structures and route making for sending messages.
- Creation of stateful actors, working on cluster systems and remote actors.
- Understanding of testing application with Akka test kit and also working over web with Akka HTTP.
Learn more about Akka, here
- Akka Introduction
- Requirements of learning Akka
- What is Akka and Scala Community
- What is Terminology
- What are the Use Cases of Akka
- Introduction of java.util.concurrent and Understanding scala.util.concurrent
- What is Memory Transactions
- What are Managing State with Agents
- What is Scaling with Clusters
- How to Configure Clusters of Actors
- How to Use Clusters
- Explaination of Futures and Promises
- Using Futures and Promises in Actors
- Java 8 Functions Quick Rundown
- How to Configure Additional Systems to Handle Load
- What is Location Transparency
- What is Persisting State in case of failure
- What is Event Bus
- What is Listening for changes on the Event Bus
- Explaining State Machines
- Explaining Change state Becoming and Unbecoming
- Explaining Using Finite State Machines
- What is Actors and Ask Actors in Java
- What are Lifecycle Methods
- What is Killing and Poisoning Actors
- What is Fault Tolerance
- What is One for One Strategy and One for All Strategy
- What is Dispatchers
- What is Configuring Dispatchers and Mailboxes
- What is Scaling up with Routers
- How to Configure Additional Routers to Handle Load
- What is Scaling out with Remote Systems
- Understanding Netty
- Testing Akka
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