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IBM 000-317

IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V8.0, Core Administration

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Section 1 - Architecture (7%)

  • Identify the components and services in a WebSphere Application Server and describe how they are related or interact.
  • Recommend the appropriate WebSphere Application Server topology (e.g., flexible management, mixed platform topology, network deployment cells).
  • Apply appropriate design considerations when architecting topologies to achieve stability, redundancy, and fault tolerance.
  • Demonstrate understanding of how client requests traverse various WebSphere Application Server topologies.

Section 2 - Installation, Configuration and Maintenance (13%)

  • Perform installation of WebSphere components (e.g., IBM HTTP Server (IHS), IBM Assembly and Deploy Tools (IADT), WebSphere Application Server, Fix packs) using the IBM Installation Manager (IIM).
  • Illustrate the silent installation process for WebSphere Application Server software and Fix pack installations.
  • Create and manage nodes in a WebSphere topology (e.g., flexible management, network deployment cell).
  • Manipulate profiles using the Profile Management Tool and manageprofiles command.
  • Perform pre-installation verification and troubleshoot the installation (e.g., identify and analyze log files, Installation Verification Tool (IVT)).
  • Utilize Centralized Installation Manager (CIM) in WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V8.0.
  • Backup and restore a configuration.

Section 3 - Application Assembly/Deployment and Configuration (18%)

  • Use the IBM Assembly and Deploy Tools (IADT) to examine and manipulate application EAR files.
  • Deploy enterprise applications to a WebSphere Application Server environment.
  • Create and manage Business Level Applications (BLA's) (e.g., OSGi applications, Service Component Architecture (SCA) ).
  • Automate deployment tasks with scripting.
  • Enable and use Monitored Directory for application deployment.
  • Configure WebSphere messaging (e.g., SIBus buses, bus members, Messaging Engine (ME), Destinations).
  • Configure application resources (e.g., data sources, JNDI, class paths, J2C providers) as required by an enterprise application.
  • Demonstrate understanding of the concept and implications of an "enhanced EAR".
  • Demonstrate understanding of WebSphere resources scoping.

Section 4 - Administrative Tools (16%)

  • Illustrate the usage of the IBM Solution Console (ISC) and its various tools (e.g., command assistance, runtime messages).
  • Use the standard set of command line administrative tools (wsadmin, profile management, plugin generation, etc).
  • Write, test, and debug scripts by using IBM Assembly and Deploy Tools (IADT).
  • Use scripting to perform administrative tasks (e.g. scripting libraries, automation, ws_ant, wsadmin).
  • Demonstrate understanding of the capabilities of the Job Manager tooling.
  • Configure a WebSphere Application Server runtime using properties files.
  • Use monitored directory deployment features for application configuration.
  • Demonstrate understanding of the Network Deployment administration flow.

Section 5 - Security (13%)

  • Configure SSL for clients and servers (e.g., create certificates, populate trust stores,modify certificate expiration).
  • Enable security auditing and examine audit data output.
  • Configure user repositories (e.g., federated, standalone LDAP, local OS).
  • Implement multiple security domains.
  • Implement administrative security roles.
  • Apply appropriate application and resource security settings (e.g., Java 2 security, SIBus security).
  • Configure single sign-on in WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V8.0.
  • Configure LTPA trust between cells.

Section 6 - Clustering and Workload Management (8%)

  • Configure clusters in a workload management topology.
  • Configure an HTTP server and WebSphere Application Server plug-in.
  • Configure distributed session management for high availability and failover scenarios.
  • Configure messaging engine policies for clustered SIBus members.
  • Configure WebSphere proxy servers and WebSphere Edge Components.

Section 7 - Performance Monitoring and Tuning (13%)

  • Use the Tivoli Performance Viewer (TPV) to monitor WebSphere runtime.
  • Use the Tivoli Performance Viewer (TPV) Advisor and the Diagnostic Advisor to obtain advice on performance issues.
  • Identify the configuration settings (e.g., JVM settings, connection pools, thread pools) that affect WebSphere Application Server performance.
  • Use appropriate tools to tune, test and analyze performance parameters.
  • Use the Performance Monitoring Infrastructure (PMI) metrics and poll MBeans for performance data.
  • Configure and monitor the WebSphere caching mechanisms.

Section 8 - Problem Determination (11%)

  • Enable high performance extensible logging (HPEL) and view HPEL data.
  • Configure, review and analyze logs (e.g., First Failure Data Capture (FFDC), system logs, native logs) via the IBM Solution Console (ISC) and command line tools.
  • Use administrative tools to trigger heap dumps, javacore dumps, and verbose Garbage Collection (GC).
  • Use the IBM Support Assistant to analyze diagnostic data.
  • Enable diagnostic tracing of WebSphere runtime components.
  • Demonstrate understanding of the WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V8.0 XML files and their purpose.

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