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IBM WAS Course Details:

IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) is a software product that performs the role of a web application server. More specifically, it is a software framework and middle-ware that hosts Java based web applications. It is the flagship product within IBM's WebSphere software suite. It was initially created by Donald Ferguson, who later became CTO of Software for Dell and the first version was launched in 1998.

Overview & Architecture of WAS


  • Binary Installation and types of Installations
  • Explanation of installing in non-windows operating systems like AIX, Unix, etc

Profile creations & Deletions

  • Application Server Profile, Custom Profile, DMGR Profile ,Cell Profile
  • Using PMT utility
  • Using command prompt (manage profiles)
  • Node Federation and Defedaration

Global Security

  • Local OS Registry
  • Standalone Custom User Registry
  • Standalone LDAP (Theory Part)
  • Type of Clustering
  • Practical Session on Vertical Clustering
  • Work Load Management (WLM)

Installation of IBM HTTP Server

  • Web-server definition
  • Plug-in Installation , Configuration
  • Explanation of HTTP server conf files
  • Generation of Plug-in-file and explanation
  • Using dmgr admin console & explanation
  • WAS Admin scripts
  • Mapping to target servers(Scope – JVM, Nodes, Clusters, Web-Server)
  • Virtual Hosts ,Environment Variables, Context root

 WAS Admin scripts 

 Performance tuning of JVM&Troubleshooting’

  •  Analyzing Heap and Thread dumps Applying fix packs 
  •  SL Implementation in web server level 
  •  DMGR and WAS Administration(walk-through to dmgr console) 
  •  Data source creations and maintenance 
  •  Enabling traces run-time 
  •  Maintenance of logs 
  •  Unix commands 
  •  Uninstallation Process
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