WEBSPHERE Admin Online Training

WEBSPHERE Admin Online Training

WEBSPHERE Admin Online Training
WEBSPHERE Admin Online Training

WEBSPHERE Admin Online Training Course Content:

WebSphere Platform Overview

  • WebSphere Product Categories
  • WebSphere Development, Presentation, Integration and Deployment Tools
  • WebSphere Application Server Features
  • WebSphere Application Server Offerings

J2EE Architecture Overview

  • Enterprise Application Overview and Development Cycle
  • J2EE Architecture and Containers
  • Applet, Servlet and JSP Overviews
  • JDBC, JNDI and JTA
  • EJB, JMS and RMI Over IIOP
  • JavaMail, JAF, JAAS and JACC
  • XML and JAXP
  • New in J2EE 1.4
  • Web Services Support: JAX-RPC, SAAJ, Web Services for J2EE and JAXR
  • J2EE Connector, Management and Deployment
  • Development Roles and Deployment Descriptors

WebSphere Application Server Architecture

  • Application Server Architecture Overview
  • Under the Cover
  • Basic Concepts
  • Web Server Plug-ins
  • Containers
  • Application Server Services: Transaction, ORB, PMI, Message Listener, Naming and Security Services
  • Web Services Support
  • WebSphere Administration Architecture
  • Master Configuration Repository
  • Network Deployment Architecture Overview
  • Cells, Nodes and Node Agents
  • Clusters

WebSphere Application Server Installation

  • Hardware/Software Requirements
  • Installation Planning
  • Cell Topologies
  • Installation Process
  • GUI and Silent Installation
  • Application Server Components
  • Verifying the Installation
  • WebSphere Configuration Files

Administrative Console

  • Starting the Console
  • Navigating the Console
  • Administrative Tasks
  • Scope, Filters and Preferences
  • Saving Configuration Changes
  • Getting Help

Managing Profiles

  • Profile Types
  • Directory Structure
  • Default Profile
  • Creating Profiles
  • Using the Profile Creation Wizard
  • Using wasprofile
  • Federation

Configuring WebSphere Resources

  • Defining JDBC Resources
  • Configuring JCA Resources
  • WebSphere JavaMail Provider
  • Defining Virtual Hosts
  • WebSphere Variables
  • Shared Libraries and Library References

Application Assembly and Packaging

  • J2EE Deployable Units
  • Assembly Process
  • J2EE Modules
  • Assembly Steps
  • Packaging Checklist
  • Deployment Descriptor Elements (EJB, Web, Connector, Client and Application)
  • IBM Extensions and Bindings

Application Server Toolkit

  • AST Features
  • Commonly Used Perspectives and Views
  • JAR Dependency Editor
  • Creating Projects and Defining Project Properties
  • Creating Modules: Web, EJB, Application Client and Connector
  • Importing Resources
  • Web Deployment Descriptor (Servlet Properties, Filters, Listeners, Environment Variables, References, Pages, MIME Mappings, Parameters and Extensions)
  • EJB Deployment Descriptor (EJB Properties, Assembly Descriptor, Transactions, References and Access)
  • EJB Client JARs
  • Application Client Properties
  • Application Deployment Descriptor (Modules and Security)
  • Application Validation
  • Generating Deployment Code
  • Exporting Applications

Enterprise Application Deployment

  • Deployment Process
  • Deployment Preparation
  • Application Installation Options
  • Mapping Modules to Servers
  • Specifying Virtual Hosts
  • Managing Deployed Applications

Java and Process Management

  • WebSphere Class Loaders
  • Class Loader Hierarchy and Delegation
  • Common Class Loading Problems
  • Class Loader Configuration
  • Process Definition
  • JVM Settings
  • Monitoring Policy

Session Management

  • Session Management Configuration
  • Session Persistence
  • Session Scope
  • WebSphere Affinity
  • Session Management Options
  • Internal Messaging Properties
  • Replication Domains and Entries
  • Shared Session Database Settings

Command Line Administration

  • Wsadmin Advantages and Disadvantages
  • Configuring Wsadmin
  • Wsadmin Objects
  • Configuration Types and Object Names
  • Containment Path
  • Running Commands
  • JACL
  • Running Scripts
  • Examples
  • Managing Nodes and Servers
  • Creating and Restoring Backups

Workload Management

  • Workload Management Benefits
  • Vertical, Horizontal and Combination Scaling
  • Clustering
  • Creating and Managing a Cluster
  • Implementing Workload Management
  • Workload Management Selection Policy
  • Load Balancing Problems

Tivoli Performance Viewer

  • Analyzed Resources
  • Performance Data Reporting Process
  • Enabling PMI and JVMPI
  • Launching the Performance Viewer
  • Performance Monitoring Settings
  • Selecting Counters
  • Summary Reports
  • Performance Viewer: Actions
  • Recording and Replaying Performance Data
  • Enabling and Viewing Performance Advice

Troubleshooting Tools

  • Define Symptoms
  • Identify the Source of the Problem
  • Trouble-Shooting Resources and Tools
  • Runtime Status Messages
  • Diagnostic Providers
  • Enabling Trace and Specifying Trace Settings
  • Viewing Log Files
  • WebSphere Logging Tools
  • Profiling and Logging Perspective
  • Analyzing Entries
  • Viewing Information from the Symptom Database
  • Dumping the Name Space

WebSphere Security Basics

  • Security Risks
  • Security Layers
  • Authentication and Authorization
  • Lazy Authentication
  • LTPA
  • User Registries and Supported LDAP Servers
  • Single Sign-On
  • Transport Level Security
  • Encryption and Decryption
  • Cryptography
  • Certificates
  • Digital Signatures
  • Message Integrity
  • SSL and TLS

Defining Security Settings

  • Securing Web Applications
  • Authenticating Users
  • Defining Security Roles, Security Constraints and Web Resource Collections
  • Servlet Security Settings
  • Securing EJB Applications
  • Annotations: Roles and Method Permissions
  • Defining Method Permissions and Security Role References
  • Security Identity and Run As Identity
  • Gathering and Mapping Security Roles
  • Security Configuration Files
  • Examples
  • Security Tips

JMS Deployment and Configuration

  • JMS Capabilities and Messaging Styles
  • JMS Interactions and Participants
  • JMS Runtime Environment
  • Message-Driven Beans
  • Listener Ports and JMS Activation Specifications
  • WebSphere JMS Support
  • Feature Comparison
  • Security Considerations
  • JMS Provider Configuration: Default Messaging, WebSphere MQ and Generic JMS Providers
  • Configuring JMS Resources
  • JMS References and Transactions

Service Integration Bus

  • Bus Features and Components
  • SIB Architecture
  • Creating a Bus
  • Bus Properties
  • Bus Security
  • Message Store Types
  • Adding Bus Members
  • Destinations
  • Configuring a Foreign Bus
  • Messaging Engines
  • Linking Messaging Engines
  • Server Messaging Properties

Web Service Support

  • Service-Oriented Architecture
  • Supported Standards
  • Web Service Deployment
  • SIBWS Setup
  • Inbound and Outbound Services
  • Handlers and Handler Lists
  • Applying a Mediation
  • UDDI References
  • Gateway Services

Defining Web Services Security

  • Supported Specifications
  • WebSphere Security Model for Web Services
  • Configuration Files
  • WS Security Wizard
  • Enabling Authentication
  • Specifying Message Integrity
  • Configuring Confidentiality
  • Examples

Conclusion

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