Web Sphere is a set of Java-based tools from IBM that allows customers to create and manage sophisticated business Web sites. The central Web Sphere tool is the Web Sphere Application Server (WAS), an application server that a customer can use to connect Web site users with Java applications or servlets.

Training Objectives of WebSphere :
• Web Sphere's powerful Intelligent Pages bring together essential web experience capabilities that creating more demand in the market
• There are advantages of creating profiles instead of multiple installations of the Web Sphere Application Server product.

Target Students / Prerequisites:
• Basic knowledge in understanding all the standard operating system platforms.


Overview and new feature
Architecture overview
Topology and terminology
Topology and terminology – Express
Main themes, product packaging and development tools
Overview of new features

Web Sphere Installation and migration
installation and migration
Installation overview
Profiles – details
V6 Install – Network deployment and express
Web server plug-in installation
Web sphere Application Server V6 migration

Web Sphere system management
System management
System management architecture
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, deployment manager, node and node agent
Export and import configuration archives
Manage generic servers
Manage node groups
Application management overview
Application management install and uninstall
Application management Lab – install application
Managed application resources – 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

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

Web Sphere Service integration technologies
Service integration technologies
Configuration service integration bus resources
Configuring JMS resources for service integration bus
Workload management(WLM) and high availability (HA)
Web Sphere Workload management and high availability
workload management and high availability
Administrative details
Data replication services(DRS)
High Availability Overview
High Availability Details

Web Sphere Runtime functions
Class loader and jndi
Class loader Overview
Class loader Overview
Problem determination and best practice
Dynamic application reload
JNDI Overview
JNDI Basics
JNDI Advanced
JNDI Examples
JNDI Problem determination
Transport channel service

Web Sphere Performance
performance and demonstrations
Application server performance overview
Web sphere Application Server dynamic cache
Performance advisor and Tivoli Performance Viewer(TPV)
Request metrics

Web Sphere 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