Websphere Application server v8.0 Training Schedule

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Oct 31, 2013 (3 years and 9 months ago)

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Websphere Application server v8
.0 Training Schedule:
A
dministration and Support


30

hrs



Websphere Application server v8
.0 Training Schedule


A
dministration and Support

Duration: 30 hrs


Contents


Chapter 1: Middleware Introduction



Exposure to middleware



Types of Middleware



Uses of Middleware



Application server as a Middleware


Chapter2:
J2EE



Basic Java Concepts



J2EE introduction and overview



J2EE components



J2EE packages



Java Class Loaders



JVM Introduction and Working with JVM


Chapter3:
Introduction to WAS 8



About Websphere application server
product family



Websphere application server

7 :
Introduction



WAS 7 Architecture



WAS 7 Runtime Flow



Difference between WAS6.1, WAS7 and
WAS8


Chapter 4: Profiles



About Profiles



Types of Profiles



About Cells, Nodes and Server



Concept of Federation and
Synchronization



Uses of profiles



DEMO


Chapter

5: IHS and Plug
-
in



About webserver and IHS



Uses of IHS



About Plugin



Uses of Plugin



Working of IHS with plugin



DEMO


Chapter 6: Installation



Installation pre requisite



Installation of WAS 7 Application server



IBM IHS 7 Installation



IBM Plug
-

in Installation



DEMO


Chapter 7: Administration



Introduction to Admin console



Uses and Benefits of Admin console



Capabilities of admin console



Introduction and overview of WSADMIN
using Jython



DEMO


Chapter 8: Working with Servers



Creation of
server instances



Creation of clusters



Start and Stop of Servers



Start and Stop of Node agents



Start and Stop of Clusters



Adding web server to admin console



DEMO






Websphere Application server v8
.0 Training Schedule:
A
dministration and Support


30

hrs



Chapter 9: JDBC and JNDI



About JDBC and JNDI



Types of JDBC drivers



Creating JDBC
provider and Data Source



J2C authentication alias



DEMO


Chapter
10
:
JMS



Introduction to messaging



JMS models



JMS provider



Service Integration Bus



DEMO


Chapter
11
: Application Deployment



Application packaging



Deployment procedure for J2EE
application



Class Loaders



Virtual Host



Start and Stop of application



DEMO


Chapter 1
2
:
High Availability
Management



Working with Cluster



Web Container (HAM)



EJB Container (HAM)



Session Management



Core Groups



DEMO




Chapter 1
3
: Security



Introduction To Security
features



Security Levels



Enabling Global Security, Administrative
Security, Application Security.



SSL Configuration



User Creation & Interpreting



Introduction and overview of security
Audit
(Theory)



DEMO


Chapter 12: Trouble Shooting



Interpreting the JVM log
s, 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.