SW222 - IBM Wbsph v6 Multiplatform Advanced Administration and Configuration

CCyD - Centro de Capacitación y Desarrollo
En Buenos Aires

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  • Buenos aires
  • Duración:
    4 Días
Descripción


Dirigido a: This is an advanced course for administrators who install, configure, and manage Web-based applications on WAS. Typically, these administrators have extensive experience with WebSphere and other Information Technology (IT) areas, such as networking, security, and various protocols, such as Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and Internet Inter-ORB Protocol (IIOP). This is also of interest to Webmasters and application architects

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· Requisitos

You should have: Working knowledge of internet protocols, such as HTTP, IIOP, and Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) Basic WAS knowledge Linux operating system knowledge Windows operating system knowledge Basic knowledge of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) servers Administration skills for a Web server, such as IBM HTTP Server (IHS) or Apache

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Skills taught
Explain the architecture of WAS V6
Install WAS executables and profiles
Federate nodes into a cell to create a real-world production environment
Install and configure an enterprise application in a multiplatform distributed environment
Manage WAS and enterprise application configurations using wsadmin
Configure WebSphere security using LDAP user registry
Secure an enterprise application using the Application Server Toolkit (AST) V6
Enable Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for the WAS
Evaluate WebSphere workload management options
Configure an enterprise application for workload management
Configure WebSphere Platform Messaging and evaluate options
Use the cluster support provided by WAS to improve application throughput and availability
Configure HTTP session persistence and define a session database
Analyze advanced system configurations
Use the WebSphere edge components to configure Web server clustering
Back up and restore a WebSphere cell
Configure an Oracle datasource
Configure WebSphere to run as non-root
Use wsadmin with security enabled
Configure and customize a Web server plugin setup
Configure a custom registry
Set up WebSphere Platform messaging to connect to WebSphere MQ
Course outline
Introduction
WAS architecture review and V6 architecture focus
Introduction to the lab environment and the Trade application
Exercises: product installations, deployment manager, standalone and custom
Product updates with update installer
Exercise: update installer
Application assembly and deployment
Exercise: install Trade to test server and un-enhance Trade application
Exercise: install and federate IHS, Production 1
Exercise: install and federate IHS, Production 2
WebSphere global security
WAS security - SSL
Exercise: enable global security with LDAP registry and console users
Exercise: enabling SSL: LDAP SSL
WAS workload management - clustering
Exercise: create TradeCluster and install applications to cluster
WAS workload management - sessions
Exercise: configure and test session failover, servlet Workload Manager (WLM) and stateful session bean (SFSB)
WebSphere workload management - WebSphere edge components
Exercise: configuring edge components load balancer for TCP/IP spraying
Exercise: installing and configuring edge components caching proxy
WAS security - WebSphere security stack
Exercise: securing the Trade application (Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) security)
Exercise: securing the Trade application (Java2 security)
Running as non-root
Exercise: running WebSphere as non-root
Exercise: configuring WebSphere to use a custom registry
Exercise: command line tools with security
WebSphere Platform Messaging (WPM) (Service Integration Bus (SIBus)) and WPM scenarios
Exercise: WLM for WPM (High Availability (HA) and WLM) and high availability manager
Exercise: WPM to Message Queuing (MQ)
Distributed architecture
Exercise: Plugin-cfg.xml customization
Exercise: configure Oracle datasource
Exercise: back up and restore a cell
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