WebSphere Application Server 5 Administration

An enterprise application consists of various components and resources such as Enterprise JavaBeans, Servlets, JSPs, HTML files, XML files, etc. After application developers finish developing the various components, it is the administrator's job to put everything together into the WebSphere Environment. The administrator is responsible for making sure the application is installed correctly within WebSphere and its associated components (webserver, database servers etc.) so that remote clients are able to access it as planned.
Students should have basic understanding of server systems and know the basics of some Java technologies.
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is developed for system administrators and enterprise application developers.
  • Plan and install WAS
  • Deploy Enterprise Applications
  • Assemble and Configure new applications
  • Change or update application contents
  • Start, stop and ping applications
  • Secure applications
  • Tune and troubleshoot applications
  • Cluster servers to do load balancing, failovers and migration
  • Components and Configurations
  • Administrative Console
  • Enterprise Application Deployment
  • Applications Assembly Tool
  • Administering Session Management
  • Distributed Servers and Repositories
  • Clusters and Topologies
  • Administering Security
  • Troubleshooting and Monitoring
  • Scripting Tools

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