Websphere

Duration : 35 Hrs

This 2-day instructor-led course teaches system administrators and deployers how to install, deploy, and administer IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository environments.
WebSphere Service Registry and Repository enables users to get the most business value from a service-oriented architecture (SOA) by facilitating the storage, access, and management of service metadata, so that services can be easily selected, invoked, governed, and reused.
This course includes IBM WebSphere Online Training with instructor-led lectures and hands-on lab exercises, covering topics such as deployment topologies to support high-availability and scalability requirements, configuration of application security and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), and administrative interfaces. Students also learn about the information model and basic usage of WebSphere Service Registry and Repository using the Web UI console.

The training is designed to complete within 35 hours. The hourly and daily breakup will be given based on the schedule. Training includes both theoretical and practical, with hands on experience to the participants along with a case study. Participants can go for certification after training. It will be according to corporate standards, with corporate style and efficiency.

IBM WebSphere Online Training features
  • WAS product Family
  • Version 6 for Distributed Platform
  • Some key differences between the Version 5 and Version 6
  • Product packaging bundle
  • Express / Base / ND – Overview
  • IBM HTTP server
  • WAS edge components
  • Architectural Overview
  • Express / Base / ND
  • WAS basics
  • WAS runtime
  • JDBC providers
  • Data Sources
  • Enhanced EAR
  • ND runtime flow, concepts
  • Managed Nodes Vs Un managed Nodes
  • Installation Concepts
  • H/W pre-requisites
  • S/W pre-requisites
  • Browser pre-requisites
  • Database requirements
  • Installation overview
  • Installation Environments
  • WAS profiles
  • Pre-install tasks
  • Install verify
  • Silent Installation
  • Uninstall
  • Application Installation
  • Directory Structure
  • Server Commands
  • WAS plug-in installer, settings!
  • J2EE Overview
  • Benefits
  • Platform Architecture
  • Platform Components
  • Administration Basics
  • Starting the Admin Console
  • Logging in to the Admin Console
  • Finding the items in the Console
  • Updating the existing Servers
  • Adding new Servers
  • Removing Servers
  • Starting and Stopping Servers
  • Starting and Stopping Nodes
  • Saving Work
  • Working with Application Server
  • Creating the Application Server
  • Viewing the status of the application Server
  • Starting and Stopping of an application Server
  • Viewing runtime attributes of an application Server
  • Customizing application Servers
  • Fix packs
  • Installing fix packs, cumulative fix
  • Trouble shooting the fix packs installation problems
  • Application Install
  • Installing Enterprise application
  • Install tasks
  • Virtual hosts
  • Defining virtual hosts
  • Configuring JDBC Providers
  • Configuring Data Sources
  • J2C authentication alias
  • Managing applications
  • Mapping Modules
  • Start and stop applications
  • Viewing installed Apps
  • Starting and Stopping an enterprise application
  • Viewing the installed applications>
  • Viewing the EJB modules
  • Viewing the WEB modules
  • Managing Web Server with WAS
  • Web Server in unmanaged Node
  • IHS as unmanaged node
  • IHS admin servers
  • Web servers Custom plugin-cfg.xml
  • Managing plugin-cfg.xml files
  • Managing Web server plug-in properties
  • Propagating the plug-in configurations
  • Security
  • Introduction To Security
  • Security Levels
  • Enabling Global Security, Administrative Security, Application Security.
  • SSL Configuration
  • User Creation & Interpreting
  • Clustering
  • Introduction to Clustering
  • Types of Clustering
  • Work Load Management Overview
  • High Availability Overview
  • Implementation of WLM & HA
  • Implementation of Clustering
  • Trouble Shooting
  • Interpreting the JVM logs, HTTP Logs, Process logs.
  • Detecting the hung threads in J2EE applications
  • Configuration problem settings
  • Installation related trouble shooting /Tips
  • Memory Leaks, Types of Memory Leaks
  • Interpretation With Memory Leaks.
  • Monitoring
  • Performance monitoring infrastructure.
  • Performance Tools
  • JVM counters
  • Servlet Session counters
  • Work Load management counters

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