WebSphere Admin Training

Course Pre-Requisites:- For The WebSphere Admin Training we should be having  Basic Knowledge on UNIX OS–, WebSphere Application  Server, Detailed System Requirements, WebSphere Liberty 18.0.0.3 or higher, WebSphere Application Server 

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  • Duration: 25+ hours
  • Fast-track / Weekend batches
  • 100% Practical Training
  • 08+ Years Exp Faculty
  • Project Explanation
  • Real time Scenarios
  • Free Bundle Videos
  • Sample Resumes
  • Interview Q&A

Introduction to WAS

  • What is WAS (WebSphere Application Server)? A recap to the client-server architect.
  • A recap to what is a server, application server, and web server
  • What is an enterprise application, application hosting, application deployment, and application maintenance?
  • What is the role of WAS in application hosting?
  • What other application servers are available in the industry and how WAS can serve the purpose in a better way.
  • Introduction to WAS packages, Base and ND (Network
    Deployment).
  • The bottleneck of the Base package and evolution of the ND package.
  • Introduction and evolution of WAS to different versions
    namely 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 8.0 and 8.5.
  • Availability of WAS packages and license & support from IBM.
  • Architect of WAS. Introduction to webservers like IHS & IIS, JNDI concept, messaging, admin & security server, web and
    enterprise containers and LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol).
  • Request flow from the user through the browser to the application server.
  • The advantages of learning were as a middleware technology.
  • Integration of WAS with other middleware technologies like
    MQ, LDAP, and IIS.

Installation and Applying Fix Packs

  • Installation methods: GUI mode using IIM (IBM
    Installation Manager), CLI mode using silent installation and uses of imcl.exe. Concept of record option in imcl.exe.
  • Installation of IIM. Introduction to terms like install, update rollback, modify and uninstall.
  • Installation of WAS using various methods. Generation of logs during and post the installation process. Verification of installation.
  • Applying fix packs on WAS using various methods. Generation of logs post update and verification of fix pack
    update.
  • Rollback fix packs on were using various methods.
    Generation of logs posts rollback and verification of rollback.
  • Uninstallation of WAS using various methods. Generation of logs post uninstallation and verification of un-installation.

WAS Profile Management

  • Introduction to WAS file system post-installation like /bin, /lib, /logs, /profile Templates. Introduction to various types of profile templates.
  • Introduction to manageProfiles.exe
  • Introduction to profiles like Cell, DMgr, Managed/Custom, Default, Job manager, Administrative Agent, and Liberty & its options to create and delete a profile.
  • Introduction to DMgr start Manager and stop Manager scripts.
  • Federation (add Node (-as Existing Node)) and de-federation (remove Node) of nodes.
  • Concept of Node Agent. Synchronization and Full Re-synchronization.
  • Introduction to stop node, start node, sync node, cleanupNode, deregisterNode and renameNode.

Installation of Webserver and Plugin

  • Installation of IHS as webserver and WebSphere plugin. Post-installation verification.
  • Configuration of web server and generation of configuring Web server.bat.
  • Concept of the webserver as an unmanaged node.
  • Stop and start the procedure of IHS webserver.
  • Concept of generation and propagation of plugin.
  • Role of webserver and plugin in terms of serving static and dynamic pages.
  • Concept of session affinity, session management, and session replication.
  • Connectivity between webserver and plugin.

Clustering and tuning of Application server instances

  • Introduction to WLM (Work Load Management) and HA (High Availability) concept.
  • Creation of a cluster. Introduction to vertical, horizontal and dynamic clustering.
  • Introduction to start Server and stopServer scripts.
  • Concept of heap, max and min heap. Concept of thread pool size of application server instance’s web container.
  • Introduction to Stop, Start, Restart, Immediate Stop and Terminate option for application server instances.
  • Introduction to Stop, Start, Ripplestart and Immediate Stop option for cluster instances.
  • Addition or removal of a new application server in an existing cluster.
  • Introduction to WAS config directory and its content.
  • Concept of backup Config and restore Config. Uses of different
    options while running these scripts.
  • Introduction to httpd.conf (web server) and plugin-cfg.xml (web sphere plugin).
  • Introduction to Gen Plugin Cfg in WAS_ROOT/bin.
  • Introduction to various parameters and tags in these configuration files.
  • Process for updating these configuration files.
  • Concept and significance of /tmp and /wstemp in WAS install
    directory.

Logs

  • Application server runtime logs (System Out.log and System Err.log), GC logs (native logs) and trace logs.
  • Webserver access_log and error_log logs.
  • log.
  • Logging and tracing settings from WAS admin console.
  • Enabling Verbose garbage Collection (GC) and introduction to multiple GC policies.
  • Significance of FFDC (First Failure Data Capture).
  • Concept of hung threads and out of memory and introduction to core/thread and heap dump.
  • Manual and auto methods to generate dumps.
  • Introduction to IBM provided dump analyzers.

Enterprise Application Deployment

  • What is deployment? Introduction to .jar, .war and .ear packages.
  • Introduction to deployment descriptor.
  • Concept of context root, virtual hosts, shared library and listeners.
  • Concept of class loader policy.Types and ways of setting class loading policy.
  • Application maintenance like Start, Stop,Install, Uninstall,Update, Rollout Update, Remove File, export, Export DDL and Export File.
  • Difference between .war and .ear Installation /update.
  • Activities to be performed post installation /update /uninstallation.
  • Deployment activity logs.
  • Plugin management to get new deployed application’s context
    root in plugin-cfg.xml.

Data Sources

  • Concept of “Scope” in WAS in terms of Cell, Node,Cluster, application server for any configuration.
  • Creation of new environmental WebSphere variables.
  • Introduction to ojdbc.jar and types DB drivers in terms of thin and thick clients.
  • Introduction to JDBC provider, JAAS Authentication.
  • Creation of a new Data Source.Test connection scenarios.
  • Data source connection pool general properties and introduction to multiple timeout values.
  • Purge policies.
  • Introduction to resources.xml in terms of Data Source related tags.
  • XA and Non-XA transactions. Management of transaction logs during XA exceptions.
  • Shared and unshared connections.

JMS – Java Messaging Services

  • Concept of messaging. synchronous and Asynchronous messaging.
  • Concept of Queue and Topic.
  • Concept of QCF (Queue Connection Factories) and TCF (Topic Connection Factories).
  • Concept of Activation Specifications.
  • Creation of Queues and QCFs.

Global Security

Significance of global security.

  • Introduction to administrative,application and Java 2 security settings.
  • Introduction to different available LDAP realm definitions like local OS, LDAP, Custom and Federated. Concept of administrative user /group roles.
  • Concept of LTPA (Lightweight Third Party Authentication).
  • Concept of Kerberos.
  • Concept of SSO (Single Sign On).
  • Concept of TAI ( Trust Association Interceptor).
  • Configuring LDAP details in global security.
  • Introduction to type of LDAP servers, secure and non-secure ports.
  • Introduction to security.xml in terms of LDAP related tags.
  • Disabling global security in multiple scenarios.
  • Concept of SSL, encryption and decryption of messages over transport layer.
  • Concept of public & private key, personal & signer certificates and self-signed & CA (Certification Authority) signed certificates.
  • Concept of trust store and keystore. Introduction to various stores like .p12, .kdb, .jks and .db.
  • Introduction to iKeyman tool and other command line utilities like gsk, keytool and certutil.
  • Scope of SSL in webserver, plugin , webSphere and in other outbound traffic layers. How to create new key store, generate certificate request, generate self-signed cert, add signers,receive signed cert,rename label,import /export certificates,delete, set default cert, list all certs, list personal certs, check details of any cert label and reset/change password of existing certificate store.
  • Concept of “Key stores and certificates”, “SSL configurations” and “Dynamic outbound endpoint SSL configurations ” in WAS admin console.
  • How to enable SSL in webserver for doing handshake with front-end load balancer or external client.
  • How to enable SSL in WebSphere plugin to do SSL handshake with front-end webserver and back-end application servers.
  • How to enable SSL in Websphere cell /node /cluster/ server scope to SSL handshake with either inbound or outbound client requests.
  • How to enable SSL in IIS, Jboss, iPlanet and tomcat certificate stores.
  • Introduction of security.xml in terms of SSL related tags.
  • How to enable SSL between WAS & MQ using QCF and
  • WAS & LDAP using LDAP configuration.
  • How to disable SSL at different layers.

Introduction to various important files

  • conf and admin.conf in IHS webserver.
  • plugin-cfg.xml in WebSphere plugin.
  • xml, Admin-authz.xml and ltpa.jceks in LDAP configuration.
  • xml in DS and JMS configurations.
  • WAS_ROOT properties files like portdef.props, profileRegistry.xml,
  • properties and soap.client.props.
  • WAS_ROOT bin files like clear ClassCache.sh, collector.sh,convert Script Compatibility .sh, EAR Expander.sh, ejbdeploy.sh,
  • sh, PropFilePasswordEncoder.sh, setupCmdLine.sh,
  • sh, WASPostUpgrade.sh and wsadmin.sh.
  • Other files like virtualhosts.xml, serverindex.xml, variables.xml,
  • xml, server.xml, libraries.xml and sib-service.xml.
  • Overview of WebSphere scripting and supported
  • programming languages like jacl and jython.
  • Launching wsadmin. Command and script invocation
  • Introduction to the wsadmin tool management objects
  • like Help, AdminControl, AdminConfig, AdminApp and
  • How to do the properties file based configuration.

Wsadmin …

  • Managing WebSphere using script libraries.
  • Assistance with scripting. How to enable command
  • assistance in Websphere admin console.
  • Using scripts with the job manager.
  • Using wsadmin to manually generate heap dump.
  • Writing small scripts to do normal monitor activities.

WAS 8.5 New Advantages

  • Liberty profile.
  • Dynamic clustering.
  • Multiple SDK support (6 and 7 in parallel).
  • Intelligent management. Concept of ODR- On Demand
  • Application Edition Management.
  • Monitored directory.
  • Improved messaging engine.
  • Health policies.
  • HPEL- High Performance Extensible Logging.
  • GUI mode dump generation.
  • Core group and node group.
  • Centralized installation manager. Advantages.
  • Administrative agent configuration.
  • Job manager configuration.
  • Performance tuning.
  • Data source tuning.
  • Web container tuning.
  • Web server tuning.
  • WebSphere plug-in tuning.
  • JVM tuning.
  • Dynamic caching.

Monitoring, Tracing & Restoring

  • TPV- Tivoli Performance Viewer.
  • Enabling PMI.
  • XCT- Cross Component Tracing.
  • Sensitive log and trace guard.
  • Hang detection policy.
  • Memory leak detection policy.
  • MustGather for troubleshooting.
  • Restarting an application server in recovery mode.
  • Recovering a failed managed node of a DMgr.
  • Configuring HA Manager policies and transaction log failover.
  • Left outs or Lagging topics.
  • Frequent issues and solutions with application server’s
  • startup or configuration.
  • Frequent issues and solutions with application
  • Frequent issues and solution with DS, JMS, LDAP, SSL and
  • webserver configurations.
  • Q&A sessions.
  • Quiz session on full topic simulated to actual
  • certification test scenario.

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