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IBM Websphere Application Server Administration

Category : IBM_TECH
Course-
Id
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IBM002
Course
Fees
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12000/- INR

Course Duration : 25 hours

Course Description: This course teaches the participants, typically System Administrators and
Advanced Administrators , the basics and advanced concepts of Websphere Application Server.

1. WAS product Family overview

 Version 8 for Distributed Platform
 Some key differences between the Version 5,6,7 and Version 8,
 Standards support and programming models
 Product packaging bundle
 Express / Base / ND – Overview
 IBM HTTP server
 WAS edge components
 Flexible management

2. Architectural Overview

 Express / Base / ND
 WAS basics
 WAS runtime
 JDBC providers
 Data Sources
 Administrative agent
 Job manager
 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

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 Install verify
 Silent Installation
 Uninstall
 Application Installation
 Directory Structure
 Server Commands
 WAS plug-in installer, settings



3. J2EE Overview

 Benefits
 Platform Architecture
 Platform Components


4. 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
 Command Line Tools
 wasadmin
 wasadmin Options
 Benefits of wasadmin


5. Working with Profile & Application Server

 Different ways to create a profile
 profile Directory structure
 Profile Backup /Restore
 Profile Management
 Node federation
 profile types
 managed node / unmanaged node
 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


6. Fix packs

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 Installing fix packs, cumulative fixes
 Update installer
 Trouble shooting the fix packs installation problems

7. Service integration technologies and Webservices

 Overview of SIB
 Architecture of Service Integration Bus
 Configuration service integration bus resources
 Configuring JMS resources for service integration bus
 Overview of Webservices
 Configuring the JAX-RPC Handler and other Webservice Resources
 Configuring Webservice resources with service integration bus

8. 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
 Centralized installation


8. 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


9. Security

 Introduction To Security
 Security Levels
 Enabling Global Security, Administrative Security, Application Security.

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 Security Domains
 Security and auditing
 SSL Configuration
 Managing Users & Groups.
 creation & managing certificates

10. Clustering

 Introduction to Clustering
 Types of Clustering
 Vertical Scaling
 Horizontal Scaling
 Heterogeneous Scaling
 Server Affinity With Failover
 Virtual Host
 start to end of request processing in clustered env
 Data Replication Service (DRS)
 Edge Components
 Load Balancer
 Work Load Management Overview
 High Availability Overview
 Implementation of WLM & HA
 Implementation of Clustering.

11.Performance Monitoring and Performance Tuning

 Performance monitoring infrastructure
 Performance Tools
 JVM counters
 Servlet Session counters
 Work Load management counters

12. Trouble Shooting and BackUp Configurations

 Interpreting the JVM logs, HTTP Logs, Process logs.
 symptoms of a problems
 Heap dump & Thread dump
 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.
Tools for analyze & Resolving WebSphere Problems

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