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WebSphere is the IBM brand products that implement and extend Sun’s Java Two Enterprise Edition (J2EE) platform. It supports SOA and non-SOA environments. This is the middleware software for SOA/ESB environments that activates the dynamic, interconnected business processes and delivers highly effective application infrastructures for all business situations.

Training Objectives of WebSphere:

WebSphere’s powerful Intelligent Pages bring together essential web experience capabilities that creating more demand in the market. The Complete course explains the new features, including improvements in usability, performance, administration, tooling, security, and platform messaging. Candidates also learn how to work with these new features in WebSphere Application Server.

Target Students / Prerequisites:

Student must have knowledge on Java Enterprise Edition and basic Web application architecture and deployments. Students must be familiar with the network or operating system administration and problem determination skills and Understanding of the Operating System.

Course Details

Overview and new feature

  • Architechure overview
  • Toplogy and terminalogy
  • Topology and terminalogy – Express
  • Main themes, product packaging and development tools
  • Overview of new features

WebSphere Installation and migration

installation and migration

  • Installation overview
  • Profiles – details
  • V6 Install– Network deployment and express
  • Web serverplug-in installation
  • Websphere Application ServerV6 migration

WebSphere system management

System management

  • System managementarchitecture
  • Resource scoping
  • Configuration repository
  • File synchronization
  • Administrative clients overview
  • Browser-based administrative console
  • Start/stop/monitor processes
  • Other commands
  • Build cell – add / remove nodes
  • Cell,deploymentmanager, node and node agent
  • Export and importconfiguration archives
  • Manage generic servers
  • Manage node groups
  • Application management overview
  • Application management install and uninstall
  • Application management Lab – install application
  • Managed applicationresources – enhanced EARs
  • Lab – enhanced EAR files
  • Fine -grained application update
  • Lab – application update
  • JDBC management
  • Manage Web server nodes
  • WRD Overview
  • WRD deployment automation
  • Administrative security

WebSphere Security


  • Overview and architecture
  • J2EE security for applications
  • Data Dictionary Objects
  • Java 2 security for applications
  • CSIv2 security
  • JACC
  • Security for system administrator
  • Authentication mechanism and user reqistries
  • Adding security fir J2C/JDBC resources
  • Adding security for JMS resources

WebSphere Service integration technologies

Service integration technologies

  • Overview
  • Architecture
  • Configuration service integrationbus resources
  • Configuring JMS resources for service integration bus
  • Workload management(WLM) and high availability(HA)
  • Mediation

WebSphere Workload management and high availability

workload management and high availability

  • Administrative details
  • Data replicationservices(DRS)
  • High Availability Overview
  • High Availability Details

WebSphere Runtime functions

classloader and jndi

  • lassloader Overview
  • Details
  • Examples
  • lassloader Overview
  • Problem determination and best practice
  • Dynamic application reload
  • JNDI Overview
  • JNDI Basics
  • JNDI Advanced
  • JNDI Examples
  • JNDI Problem determination
  • Transport channel service

WebSphere Performance

performance and demonstrations

  • Application server performanceoverview
  • Websphere Application Server dynamic cache
  • Performance advisor and TivoliPerformance Viewer(TPV)
  • Request metrics

WebSphere Problem determination

Problem determination

  • Overview – where to start
  • Log files overview
  • Loading and tracing
  • Log and trace analyzer
  • Hung thread detection
  • Generating an IBM heap dump
  • Connection leak diagnostics