This includes the availability of new JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6-specific courses and JBoss Certified Application Administrator Certification, as well as strategic training and service offerings to help guide customers migrating to the solution.
What does AA stand for?
AA stands for Application Administrator
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- Anti-Armor (US DoD)
- Antiochian Archdiocese (United States Eastern Orthodox Church subordinate to the Patriarch of Antioch)
- Antiquities Authority
- Anxiety Attack
- Ao Ano (Per Year; Brazil)
- Ape Alliance
- Aplastic Anemia
- Applicant Assistance (DHS/FEMA)
- Application Activity
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Central Methodist officials estimate that the new interface, which is based on a customized application administrators wrote to link seamlessly with its Jenzabar EX ERP system, has halved the time required to award a student a scholarship.
Future Quest Central workbenches will focus on meeting the domain-specific needs of application administrators, Web administrators, network administrators and systems administrators.
Custom applications largely assume that the directory information provided by the hosting software is correct, but the remote attacker often gains access to restricted files (such as password files and database volumes) using the permissions of the application administrator level.
Increased Administrator Control The new release introduces an Administrator Console that allows an application administrator to pre-configure, organize and share views of Cloud9 Pipeline Accelerator and Cloud9 Dashboards.
Leveraging Clustered Infrastructure Expertise Thanks to the transition of the processing infrastructure to cluster- and blade-based architectures, today's computing and application administrators understand the issues underlying clustered solutions.
This book gets network professionals and business application administrators up to speed on the updates, features, and installation procedures, preparing them to create powerful collaboration structures for their companies.