Join Ketkee Aryamane for an in-depth discussion in this video Process vs. thread, part of Java EE: Concurrency and Multithreading.
- [Instructor] Now, before we even get into…the Standard Edition APIs…and then start looking at the demos…and we move onto Enterprise Edition concurrency,…let's understand a few fundamental concepts.…We have known them for a while,…but let's revise them as a part of this course.…What is a process and what is a thread?…A process is a running instance…of an application or a program.…For example, on my machine, I may have Microsoft Word,…Microsoft Excel, NetBeans IDE,…and then MySQL server, Google Chrome browser…and so many programs installed,…but when I launch each one of them for my use,…then I'm trying to run an instance of that program,…and that is a process.…
A process is always going to be in its self-contained…execution environment and it will require its own resources…and memory space to operate effectively…to provide multitasking on your machine.…Every process generally starts off with a single thread…and then many threads can be created from it.…Every process will have a unique process ID,…it'll have its virtual address space,…
- What is concurrency?
- Processes and threads in Java SE
- Java EE concurrency APIs
- Working with the ManagedExecutorService, ManagedScheduledExecutorService, ManagedThreadFactory, and ContextService APIs
- Defining data access object (DAO) classes
- Adding methods to DAO classes
- Writing REST classes
- Creating custom thread factories
- Creating contextual proxies
- JTA transactions and concurrency
Skill Level Advanced
Java EE: Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP)with Ketkee Aryamane6h 14m Intermediate
1. Overview and Setup
2. Processes and Threads
3. Executor API
4. Java EE Concurrency APIs
5. Concurrency and Transactions
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