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  • 1. SW246: IBM WebSphere Application Server V5.1 Administration Duration: 4 days In this course, students learn how to install, configure and maintain IBM WebSphere Application Server V5.1 and WebSphere Application Server Network DeploymentV5.1. Students will also learn to deploy enterprise Java applications in a single machine or clustered configuration. In this course • 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 on the Windows 2000 operating system. Objectives After completing this course, students should be able to: • Describe architectural concepts related to WebSphere Application Server V5.1 • Install and configure WebSphere Application Server V5.1 (WebSphere Application Server and WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment) • Assemble and install Java enterprise applications • Configure and manage Java enterprise applications using V5.1 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 Prerequisites
  • 2. Students should have a basic understanding of Internet concepts, experience using a web browser and basic operational skills for the Windows 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. SW530 - IBM WebSphere Portal 5.0 Installation and Deployment General Information (in English): Code: SW530 Language: English Brand: WebSphere Additional brands: None specified Product: WebSphere Release: 5.0 WW Region: WorldWide Target Audience: Application Developer Format(s): Classroom Number of Days: 3 days Introduction: This 3 day hands-on lab course covers processes and practices for implementation of WebSphere Portal Enable Version 5. The course focuses on the new administrative GUI and tools to manage portlets and access control, search engines and security features. Objectives: This instructor-led, hands-on course teaches techniques and procedures to: T Discuss the issues involved in planning and deploying a Portal solution. Explain the WebSphere Portal Solution architecture and its abstractions. Install the Portal Solution on a new or existing WebSphere Application Server. Create Portal users and groups, and exercise access control options to manage their usage of Portal resources. P Install and activate portlets and portlet applications. Create new or existing page hierarchies, and configure their default content. Administer portal resources using the XML Access tool and other command line tools. Implement and manage WebSphere Portal clusters. Topics: Some of the significant topics covered in this course are the following: S WebSphere Portal Version 5 architecture WebSphere Portal installation WebSphere Portal configuration Portal deployment and testing Introduction to Security, authentication, authorization and Vault Service Clustering WebSphere Portal nodes Troubleshooting Migration Audience: This course is intended for IBM customers, Independent Software Vendors, Systems Integrators, and IBM technical staff. Architects and developers responsible for implementing solutions using WebSphere Portal v5 will benefit as well. Prerequisites: Students should complete the IBM WebSphere Portal V5 Fundamentals (SW741) distance learning course prior to attending this course.
  • 3. SW532 - IBM WebSphere Portal 5.0 Administration General Information (in English): Code: SW532 Language: English Brand: WebSphere Additional brands: None specified Product: WebSphere Release: 5.0 WW Region: WorldWide Target Audience: System Administrator Format(s): Classroom Number of Days: 3 days Introduction: This 3 day hands-on lab course covers processes and practices the administration of WebSphere Portal Enable Version 5. The course focuses on the new administrative GUI and tools to manage portlets and access control, portlet customization, search engines, and security features. Objectives: This instructor-led, hands-on course teaches techniques and procedures to: T Discuss approaches and processes for the planning and designing of a portal community. Explain the WebSphere Portal Solution architecture and its abstractions. Create Portal users and groups, and exercise access control options to manage their usage of Portal resources. P Install and activate portlets and portlet applications. Create new or existing Portal Places, and configure their default content. Publish Web content using Document Manager. Integrate and publish remote portlets. Topics: Some of the significant topics covered in this course are the following: S Portal planning and design Page aggregation Rebranding the portal look and feel (Themes and skins implementation) Utilizing the WebSphere Portal v5 Document Manager (PDM) Web services Portal search engine administration Web clipping administration Audience: This course is intended for IBM customers, Independent Software Vendors, Systems Integrators, and IBM technical staff. Architects and developers responsible for implementing solutions using WebSphere Portal version 5 will benefit as well. Prerequisites: Students should complete the IBM WebSphere Portal V5 Fundamentals (SW741) distance learning course prior to attending this course. Students should also be familiar with the Web, e-business concepts, editing of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Extensible Markup Language (XML) files, IBM HTTP Server and WebSphere Application Server Version 5 administration, and basic Java programming concepts.
  • 4. SW537 - IBM WebSphere Portal V5 Installation, Deployment and Administration Duration: 5 days Purpose This course is designed to cover processes and practices for the implementation and administration of WebSphere Portal Enable Version 5.0.2.1. The course focuses on the administrative GUI and tools to manage portlets, access control, portlet customization, search engines and security features. The course is taught at the Portal Version 5.0.2.1 release level. Audience The intended audience is architects, administrators and developers responsible for implementing and administering solutions using WebSphere Portal Version 5.0.2.1. Prerequisites Students should complete the IBM WebSphere Portal V5 Fundamentals (SW741) distance learning course prior to attending this course. Students should also be familiar with the Web, e-business concepts, editing of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Extensible Markup Language (XML) files, IBM HTTP Server and WebSphere Application Server Version 5 administration, and basic Java programming concepts. Objectives After completing this course, you should be able to: • Discuss approaches and processes for the planning and designing of a portal community. • Explain the WebSphere Portal Solution architecture and its abstractions. • Create Portal users and groups, and exercise access control options to manage their usage of Portal resources. • Install and activate portlets and portlet applications. • Create new or existing page hierarchies, and configure their default content. • Publish Web content using Document Manager. • Integrate and publish remote portlets. • Install the Portal solution on a new or existing WebSphere Application Server • Administer portal resources using the XML Access tool and other command line tools. • Implement and manage WebSphere Portal clusters.
  • 5. FN625V2 - Introduction to IBM DB2 Universal Database 8.1 Code: FN625V2 Language: English Brand: DB2 Additional brands: None specified Product: DB2 Release: 2.0 WW Region: WorldWide Target Audience: Format(s): Classroom Number of Days: 3 days Course Description: This course prepares a student to take and pass the DB2 UDB V7.1 Family Fundamentals certification test 512. The course trains the student on an in-depth knowledge of basic SQL, DML, DDL, and an understanding of database objects (tables, views, etc.). A basic understanding of the concepts and features of DCL, database creation, data types, stored procedures, programming, components and packaging (SDK, EEE, etc.), protocols supported, installation of products, GUI tools, CLP, basic isolation levels, and import/export is also covered. During the course the student will build and run a DBS UDB database using data made available in unload format. The database and data are simple, but will illustrate the basic create and load tasks. Your New Skills: Y Plan and implement an installation Implement instances and their security Create and Access DB2 databases Use SQL statements Describe various database objects Explain database concurrency Who Should Attend Application developers, database and systems administrators, technical support personnel. Prerequisites: P UNIX/Linux systems knowledge Microsoft Windows knowledge
  • 6. L1626V3 - IBM DB2 8.1 System Administration Code: L1626V3 Language: English Brand: DB2 Additional brands: None specified Product: DB2 Release: 8.1 WW Region: WorldWide Target Audience: Format(s): Classroom Number of Days: 5 days Courseware Title: IBM DB2 8.1 System Administration Course Description: This course provides students with the knowledge and skills they need to perform the routine tasks of a DB2 Universal Database Systems Administrator. Through instructor presentations, they will learn about the tools and commands needed to configure and maintain instances and database objects. Through lab exercises, students will have the opportunity to practice the skills they’ve learned in a simulated database server environment. Your New Skills: Y Configure and maintain DB2 instances Manipulate databases and database objects Optimize placement of data Control user access to instances and databases Implement security on instances and databases Use DB2 activity monitoring utilities Use DB2 data movement and reorganization utilities Develop and implement Database recovery strategy Interpret basic information in the db2diag.log file Who Should Attend Application developers, database and systems administrators, and technical support personnel. Prerequisites: P Some experience with writing Structured Query Language scripts Knowledge of relational database design concepts Knowledge of UNIX operating system fundamentals and VI editor Knowledge of Windows GUI navigation skills

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