IBM - IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 Administration 2

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IBM - IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 Administration 2: In this hands-on course, students explore the advanced operational aspects of an IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 environment. Students practice the necessary skills for an administrator or architect to administer an existing WebSphere Portal environment, including configuring a horizontal portal cluster, deploying resources (such as..
Gerichtet an: In this hands-on course, students explore the advanced operational aspects of an IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 environment. Students practice the necessary skills for an administrator or architect to administer an existing WebSphere Portal environment, including configuring a horizontal portal cluster, deploying resources (such as portlets) in a clustered environment, troubleshooting a portal clustered environment, moving the portal from staging to production, and performing...

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Before taking the course, students should have: Intermediate administration skills using IBM WebSphere Application Server 6.0 or 6.1 acquired through experience and/or completion of IBM WebSphere Application Server Administration (courses SW246 or WA361). Knowledge of portals and WebSphere Portal, acquired by completing IBM WebSphere Portal Version 6.0 Fundamentals (WP010). Basic...

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IBM - IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 Administration 2: In this hands-on course, students explore the advanced operational aspects of an IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 environment. Students practice the necessary skills for an administrator or architect to administer an existing WebSphere Portal environment, including configuring a horizontal portal cluster, deploying resources (such as portlets) in a clustered environment, troubleshooting a portal clustered environment, moving the portal from staging to production, and performing administrative tasks in a clustered environment.ZielgruppeThe target audience is IBM customers, independent software vendors, systems integrators, and IBM technical staff. Architects and developers responsible for implementing solutions using WebSphere Portal 6.1 will benefit as well.

ZIELGRUPPE
In this hands-on course, students explore the advanced operational aspects of an IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 environment. Students practice the necessary skills for an administrator or architect to administer an existing WebSphere Portal environment, including configuring a horizontal portal cluster, deploying resources (such as portlets) in a clustered environment, troubleshooting a portal clustered environment, moving the portal from staging to production, and performing administrative tasks in a clustered environment.ZielgruppeThe target audience is IBM customers, independent software vendors, systems integrators, and IBM technical staff. Architects and developers responsible for implementing solutions using WebSphere Portal 6.1 will benefit as well.

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Kursziele
  • Configure Web Content Management.
  • Describe various portal topologies.
  • Deploy portlets to a cluster.
  • Deploy a portal from a staging environment to a cluster.
  • Create virtual portals and realms.
  • Implement content manager.
  • Troubleshoot a clustered portal.
  • Describe production procedures.
Themenübersicht
  • Lesson 1: Configuring Web Content Management
  • Topic 1A: Introduction to Web Content Management
  • The Architectural Role in WebSphere Portal 6.1
  • Topic 1B: Configuring Web Content Management
  • Lesson 2: Exploring Portal Topologies
  • Topic 2A: Introduction to Portal Topologies and Benefits
  • Topic 2B: Components of a Scalable Portal
  • Topic 2C: Creating a Portal Cluster
  • Lesson 3: Deploying Portlets to a Cluster
  • Topic 3A: Deploying Portlets to a Cluster
  • Lesson 4: Moving from Staging to Production
  • Topic 4A: Defining Portal Environments
  • Topic 4B: Transitioning From One Environment to the Next
  • Lesson 5: Creating Virtual Portals and Realms
  • Topic 5A: Realms and Multiple LDAPs
  • Topic 5B: Virtual Portals
  • Lesson 6: Troubleshooting a Clustered Portal
  • Topic 6A: Troubleshooting Methodologies for Clustered Portals
  • Lesson 7: Examining Production Procedures
  • Topic 7A: Production Procedures
HinweiseThis advanced course is designed for portal administrators who need to design, build and manage a high-availability portal environment. This includes clustering, cross environment deployment and deployment of resources into a cluster.

VORRAUSSETZUNG
Before taking the course, students should have:
  • Intermediate administration skills using IBM WebSphere Application Server 6.0 or 6.1 acquired through experience and/or completion of IBM WebSphere Application Server Administration (courses SW246 or WA361).
  • Knowledge of portals and WebSphere Portal, acquired by completing IBM WebSphere Portal Version 6.0 Fundamentals (WP010).
  • Basic knowledge of portal security concepts, acquired by completing IBM WebSphere Portal Version 6.1 Administration 1 (WP711).

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