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SW246 IBM WebSphere Application Server V6.0 Administration
4 days
Introduction:
In this course students learn how to install, configure and maintain
IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment v6.0
Students will also learn to deploy enterprise Java applications in a
single machine or clustered configuration.
Objectives:
Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:
Describe architectural concepts related to WebSphere Application
Server v6.0
Install and configure WebSphere Application Server v6.0 (base
product and Network Deployment)
Assemble and install Java enterprise applications
Configure and manage Java enterprise applications using v6.0
administrative tools (Administrative Console and wsadmin)
Configure security for application resources
Deploy applications in clustered environments
View application server and application component performance
information
Troubleshoot problems using available tools and log files
Topics:
WebSphere Family Overview
WebSphere Application Server Installation
Network Deployment Installation
WebSphere Application Server Administration
Java Enterprise Application Assembly
Java Enterprise Application Installation
wsadmin and command line tools
Security basics
WebSphere Application Server security
Naming
JMS Administration
Troubleshooting
Tivoli Performance Viewer
Workload Management
Web Services Administration (optional)
Edge Components (optional)
Audience:
This course is designed for System Administrators and Webmasters who
will install, configure and manage
Web-based applications on WebSphere Application Server.

Prerequisites:
Students should have a basic understanding of Internet concepts,
experience using a Web browser and basic
operational skills for Windows 2000 operating system. The students
should also have basic administrative skills
for a Web server (for example: IBM HTTP Server or Apache). The student
does not need prior experience with other
versions of WebSphere Application Server.