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IPrerequisites / Expectations

  1. An understanding of basic internet concepts
  2. Experience in using a web browser or Web Server Basic Architecture
  3. Basic operational skills for the Windows / Linux operating system
  4. Brief Idea of Java 1.6 - Servlets / JSPs etc.
  5. Course introduction
  6. Introduction by Trainer / Trainees
  7. What is Websphere Application Server
  8. Websphere product family overview
  9. Websphere Application Server Architecture
  10. WebSphere Application Server architecture - stand-alone
  11. WebSphere Application Server architecture - federated (ND)
  12. What is Node Agent
  13. What is Deployment Manager
  14. IBM Installation Manager
  15. Prerequisites to the installation on Operating System.
    1. Disk space
    2. Non-Admin user installation
    3. Temp space / Disk Space requirements etc.
    4. Websphere user creation
  16. WebSphere Application Server installation
    1. Types of Installations
    2. Custom Installation types e.g. Quick installation
  17. Web server installation (IBM HTTP Server)
  18. Exercise: Installing IBM Installation Manager
  19. Exercise: Installing WebSphere Application Server
  20. Exercise: Installing IBM HTTP Server
  21. Extercise: Plug-in installation
  22. Extercise: Updating a FixPack to Websphere binaries.
  23. WebSphere Application Server administrative console
  24. Exercise: Exploring the administrative console
  25. Introduction to the Application Ear installation
  26. Application assembly
  27. Application installation
  28. Exercise: Installing an application
  29. Problem determination
  30. Exercise: Problem determination
  31. Introduction to Plugin concepts using sample plugin-cfg.xml
  32. How to generate Global Plugin file from console and using command-line.
  33. Introduction to wsadmin and scripting
  34. Exercise: Using wsadmin
  35. Federating a cell
  36. Exercise: Creating a federated cell
  37. Workload management
  38. Exercise: Clustering and workload management
  39. Introduction to WebSphere Messaging
  40. Exercise: Configuring the service integration bus
  41. Introduction to wsadmin scripting
  42. Exercise: Using wsadmin
  43. Stopping / Starting a JVM, Node, Cell
  44. Federating a cell
  45. Exercise: Creating a federated cell
  46. Workload management from admin console
  47. Exercise: Clustering and workload management
    1. Creating a cluster and setting workloads
  48. Introduction to WebSphere Messaging
  49. Exercise: Configuring the service integration bus
  50. Job manager and Centralized Installation Manager
    1. Using CIM for installations and Fixpack upgradation
    2. Using CIM for un-installation and Fixpack removals
  51. Demonstration: Using the job manager & Administrative Agent
    1. Registering a node using job manager to an Admin console
    2. Running / Queuing a job using Job manager.
  52. Overview of the Intelligent Management Pack
  53. WebSphere security
    1. Realm Creation
    2. Enabling different types of security through Admin console
  54. Exercise: Configuring WebSphere security
  55. Exercise: Configuring application security
  56. Exercise: Configuring SSL for WebSphere
  57. Overview of the Websphere JDBC
  58. Exercise: Working with the JDBC Datasources
  59. Ex : Test connection using wsadmin.
  60. Performance monitoring
  61. Exercise: Using the performance monitoring tools (Tivoli Performance Viewer)
  62. WebSphere JMS & JMS with MQ
  63. Course summary
  64. What is Siteminder
    1. what is webagent and how it works
    2. What is policy server
    3. What is a session cookie
  65. What is Wily Introscope
  66. What is LDAP Server
  67. What is Shell / Bash scripting
  68. What is ISA (IBM Support Assistant)
  69. How to raise a PMR with IBM for assistance (introduction)
  70. What is Websphere MQ.

 

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