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OCM-JEE Introduction

- Jagadeesh Babu

7/4/13


Motivation

Motivation

  • Personal development (“lifelong learning”)

  • Subject matter refresher or upgrade

  • Career advancement

  • Peer recognition

  • Challenge

  • Other

  • Highest level of certification available in JEE

  • Well recognized certification in the industry

  • Identifies you as an JEE architect rather than a developer.

  • Different from other available certification

    • Provides you with practical experience

    • Improves your breath of knowledge in JEE.

    • Improves your depth of knowledge in specific JEE area (E.g. EJB, Web services, JEE Patterns)


Oracle certification path java

Oracle Certification Path - JAVA


The software architect

The Software Architect

  • Worldwide Institute of Software Architects (WWISA) define the role of the software architect in this way

    • The architect understands the wants and needs of the client, designs a solution, communicates that design to the client for approval and to the builder for construction. The architect then superintends construction to ensure the client expectations are met and that disputes or changes are appropriately managed.

      http://www.wwisa.org/

    • OCM-JEE is a certification for software architects and a certification for JEE technology


Jee characteristics

JEE Characteristics

  • JEE Characteristics

    • Distributed application model

    • Multitiered

    • Component oriented

    • Unified security model

    • Flexible transaction control

    • Platform and vendor independent

    • ….


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JEE


Ocm jee certification

OCM JEE Certification

  • This certification consists of three Main elements

    • a knowledge-based multiple choice exam,

    • an architecture assignment,

    • an essay exam.

  • Also, 2 supplementary elements

    • an Mandatory Training from Oracle University

    • Completing final application with details

      While the certification process is time consuming, it is not unattainable


Ocm jee exam structure

OCM-JEE Exam Structure

  • SCEA (Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for Java Platform)

    • Step1 (1Z0-864)

      • Exam type: Multiple choice, and drag-n-drop

      • Number of questions: 64

      • Pass score: 57% (37 out of 64 questions)

      • Time limit: 120 minutes

    • Step 2 (1Z0-865)

      • Exam type: Assignment

      • Nature of the Assignment: The assignment requires that you architect a solution for a small but plausible business system

      • Pass score: You will need to score 71% (114/160) to pass parts 2 and 3.

      • Time limit: 6 months from assignment download

    • Step 3(1Z0-866)

      • Exam type: Essay

      • Number of questions: 8

      • Pass score: N/A (please refer to the pass score in Step 2)

      • Time limit: 90 minutes

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Exam 1 objectives module 1 2

Exam 1 : Objectives – Module 1 & 2

  • Module/Section 1: Application Design Concepts and Principles

    • Explain the main advantages of an object-oriented approach to system design including the effect of encapsulation, inheritance, and use of interfaces on architectural characteristics.

    • Describe how the principle of "separation of concerns" has been applied to the main system tiers of a Java Platform, Enterprise Edition application. Tiers include client (both GUI and web), web (web container), business (EJB container), integration, and resource tiers.

    • Describe how the principle of "separation of concerns" has been applied to the layers of a Java EE application. Layers include application, virtual platform (component APIs), application infrastructure (containers), enterprise services (operating system and virtualization), compute and storage, and the networking infrastructure layers.

  • Module/Section 2: Common Architectures

    • Explain the advantages and disadvantages of two-tier architectures when examined under the following topics: scalability, maintainability, reliability, availability, extensibility, performance, manageability, and security.

    • Explain the advantages and disadvantages of three-tier architectures when examined under the following topics: scalability, maintainability, reliability, availability, extensibility, performance, manageability, and security

    • Explain the advantages and disadvantages of multi-tier architectures when examined under the following topics: scalability, maintainability, reliability, availability, extensibility, performance, manageability, and security.

    • Explain the benefits and drawbacks of rich clients and browser-based clients as deployed in a typical Java EE application.

    • Explain appropriate and inappropriate uses for web services in the Java EE platform

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Exam 1 objectives module 3

Exam 1 : Objectives - Module 3

  • Module/Section 3: Integration and Messaging

    • Explain possible approaches for communicating with an external system from a Java EE technology-based system given an outline description of those systems and outline the benefits and drawbacks of each approach.

    • Explain typical uses of web services and XML over HTTP as mechanisms to integrate distinct software components.

    • Explain how JCA and JMS are used to integrate distinct software components as part of an overall Java EE application.

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Exam 1 objectives module 4

Exam 1 : Objectives – Module 4

  • Module/Section 4: Business Tier Technologies

    • Explain and contrast uses for entity beans, entity classes, stateful and stateless session beans, and message-driven beans, and understand the advantages and disadvantages of each type.

    • Explain and contrast the following persistence strategies: container-managed persistence (CMP) BMP, JDO, JPA, ORM and using DAOs (Data Access Objects) and direct JDBC technology-based persistence under the following headings: ease of development, performance, scalability, extensibility, and security.

    • Explain how Java EE supports the deployment of server-side components implemented as web services and the advantages and disadvantages of adopting such an approach.

    • Explain the benefits of the EJB 3 development model over previous EJB generations for ease of development including how the EJB container simplifies EJB development.

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Exam 1 objectives module 5

Exam 1 : Objectives - Module 5

  • Module/Section 5: Web Tier Technologies

    • State the benefits and drawbacks of adopting a web framework in designing a Java EE application

    • Explain standard uses for JSP pages and servlets in a typical Java EE application.

    • Explain standard uses for JavaServer Faces components in a typical Java EE application.

    • Given a system requirements definition, explain and justify your rationale for choosing a web-centric or EJB-centric implementation to solve the requirements. Web-centric means that you are providing a solution that does not use EJB components. EJB-centric solution will require an application server that supports EJB components.

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Exam 1 objectives module 6

Exam 1 : Objectives - Module 6

  • Module/Section 6: Applicability of Java EE Technology

    • Given a specified business problem, design a modular solution that solves the problem using Java EE.

    • Explain how the Java EE platform enables service oriented architecture (SOA) -based applications.

    • Explain how you would design a Java EE application to repeatedly measure critical non-functional requirements and outline a standard process with specific strategies to refactor that application to improve on the results of the measurements.

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Exam 1 objectives module 7

Exam 1 : Objectives – Module 7

  • Module/Section 7: Patterns

    • From a list, select the most appropriate pattern for a given scenario. Patterns are limited to those documented in the book - Alur, Crupi and Malks (2003). Core J2EE Patterns: Best Practices and Design Strategies 2nd Edition and named using the names given in that book.

    • From a list, select the most appropriate pattern for a given scenario. Patterns are limited to those documented in the book - Gamma, Erich; Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, and John Vlissides (1995). Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software and are named using the names given in that book.

    • From a list, select the benefits and drawbacks of a pattern drawn from the book - Gamma, Erich; Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, and John Vlissides (1995). Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software.

    • From a list, select the benefits and drawbacks of a specified Core J2EE pattern drawn from the book – Alur, Crupi and Malks (2003). Core J2EE Patterns: Best Practices and Design Strategies 2nd Edition.

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Exam 1 objectives module 8

Exam 1 : Objectives – Module 8

  • Module/Section 8: Security

    • Explain the client-side security model for the Java SE environment, including the Web Start and applet deployment modes.

    • Given an architectural system specification, select appropriate locations for implementation of specified security features, and select suitable technologies for implementation of those features

    • Identify and classify potential threats to a system and describe how a given architecture will address the threats.

    • Describe the commonly used declarative and programmatic methods used to secure applications built on the Java EE platform, for example use of deployment descriptors and JAAS.

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Exam 1 schedule

Exam 1 Schedule

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Plan for step 2 and 3

Plan for Step 2 and 3

Assumption : Associates will spend 10 Hrs per week

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Important dates

Important Dates

  • Certification Drive start Date : 04-Jul-2013

  • Final Date for Part I certification : 02-Oct-2013 

  • Final Date for Part II and III Certification :  15-Feb-2014

  • Training Schedule (Timing 3.00 to 5.00 PM IST, every Thursday)

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Q & A

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