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IBM - IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 System Administration 1 and 2: This intermediate to advanced course is designed for system administrators who will install, configure, administer and deploy portlets to WebSphere Portal and manage them in a high-availability portal environment. This includes clustering, cross-environment deployment, and deployment of resources into a cluster. ..
Gerichtet an: This intermediate to advanced course is designed for system administrators who will install, configure, administer and deploy portlets to WebSphere Portal and manage them in a high-availability portal environment. This includes clustering, cross-environment deployment, and deployment of resources into a cluster. Kursbeschreibung This course combines the IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 Administration 1 and 2 courses to create a comprehensive five-day course. Students begin by...

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

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IBM - IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 System Administration 1 and 2: This intermediate to advanced course is designed for system administrators who will install, configure, administer and deploy portlets to WebSphere Portal and manage them in a high-availability portal environment. This includes clustering, cross-environment deployment, and deployment of resources into a cluster.KursbeschreibungThis course combines the IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 Administration 1 and 2 courses to create a comprehensive five-day course. Students begin by installing WebSphere Portal 6.1 and deploying and managing portal resources and access. The course covers deployment and management of portal resources, such as portlets, pages, themes, and skins. Students will also manage page hierarchies and configure resource permissions on portal resources. In the second part of the course, students learn WebSphere Portal administration 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 for this course is Independent Software Vendors, Systems Integrators, and IBM technical staff, Architects and developers responsible for implementing solutions using WebSphere Portal version 6.1. IBM WebSphere Portal version 5 architects and developers will benefit as well.

ZIELGRUPPE
This intermediate to advanced course is designed for system administrators who will install, configure, administer and deploy portlets to WebSphere Portal and manage them in a high-availability portal environment. This includes clustering, cross-environment deployment, and deployment of resources into a cluster.KursbeschreibungThis course combines the IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 Administration 1 and 2 courses to create a comprehensive five-day course. Students begin by installing WebSphere Portal 6.1 and deploying and managing portal resources and access. The course covers deployment and management of portal resources, such as portlets, pages, themes, and skins. Students will also manage page hierarchies and configure resource permissions on portal resources. In the second part of the course, students learn WebSphere Portal administration 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 for this course is Independent Software Vendors, Systems Integrators, and IBM technical staff, Architects and developers responsible for implementing solutions using WebSphere Portal version 6.1. IBM WebSphere Portal version 5 architects and developers will benefit as well.

KURSINHALT
KurszieleAfter completing this course, students should be able to:
  • Install WebSphere Portal
  • Describe the portal architecture
  • Migrate the default database to an enterprise database
  • Enable authentication using an LDAP repository
  • Navigate and manage the portal
  • Implement portal security
  • Administer portal using attribute based techniques
  • Build and manage composite applications
  • Federate a portal node into a cell
  • Brand the portal
  • 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.
ThemenübersichtPart 1: IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 System Administration 1
Lesson 1: Installing a Basic Portal
  • Topic 1A: Introduction to Portal Administration
  • Topic 1B: Planning a Portal Installation
  • Topic 1C: The Portal Installation Wizard
  • Topic 1D: Defining a Portal and Its Benefits
  • Topic 1E: Introduction to Portal Administration
  • Topic 1F: Troubleshooting Installation Problems
Lesson 2: Exploring the Portal and its Architecture
  • Topic 2A: Exploring WebSphere and Portal Architecture
  • Topic 2B: Examining the Out-of-the-Box WebSphere Portal Implementation
Lesson 3: Configuring a Portal for Production and Future Scalability
  • Topic 3A: Examining the Portal Configuration Database
  • Topic 3B: Migrating and Splitting the Configuration Database
Lesson 4: Enabling LDAP-Based Authentication
  • Topic 4A: Examining WebSphere and Portal Security
  • Topic 4B: Using an LDAP as the User Repository
Lesson 5: Navigating and Managing the Portal
  • Topic 5A: Portal Page Management Techniques
  • Topic 5B: Deploying Portlets
Lesson 6: Managing Portal Security
  • Topic 6A: Portal Security
  • Topic 6B: Implementing Portal Security
Lesson 7: Administering Portal Using Attribute-Based Techniques
  • Topic 7A: Exploring Attribute-Based Administration
  • Topic 7B: Creating and Applying Theme Policies
Lesson 8: Building and Managing Composite Applications
  • Topic 8A: Composite Applications
  • Topic 8B: Building and Deploying a Composite Application
Lesson 9: Federating a Portal Node into a Cell
  • Topic 9A: Exploring WebSphere Cells
  • Topic 9B: Creating a Cell
Lesson 10: Branding the Portal
  • Topic 10A: Branding a Portal
  • Topic 10B: Designing a Theme
  • Topic 10C: Customizing a Theme
  • Topic 10D: Deploying Custom Themes
Part 2: IBM WebSphere Portal 6.1 System Administration 2
Lesson 1: Configuring Web Content Management
  • Topic 1A: Introduction to Web Content Management
  • 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
HinweiseDie Kurssprache ist deutsch. Das Kursmaterial ist englisch.

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

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