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Websphere Portal Admin Online Training in Ameerpet

WebSphere Portal Admin Online Training in Ameerpet

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As a WebSphere Portal administrator you can customize the portal based on user or job roles, security needs, device settings, personal preferences, and administrative settings. You can also define workflows to support your business processes. You can manage your portal’s content using IBM’s Web Content Management, which is integrated with WebSphere Portal.

Installing a Basic Portal
Introduction to Portal Administration

  • Overview of Installation
  • Options and Impact

Planning a Portal Installation

  • Create an Installation Plan

The Portal Installation Wizard

  • Install the Portal

Defining a Portal and Its Benefits

  • The Portal Framework
  • Benefits of Implementing a Portal
  • IBM WebSphere Portal
  • Portal Terminology
  • Reasons for Implementing a Portal

Introduction to Portal Administration

  • Common Administrative Tasks

Troubleshooting Installation Problems

  • Logs and Other Tools Used to Resolve Installation Issues

Exploring the Portal and its Architecture
Exploring WebSphere and Portal Architecture

  • Defining the Relationships Between WebSphere and Portal
  • The WebSphere_Portal Instance
  • WebSphere Portal Offerings and Included Products
  • High-Availability Support
  • Portal Standards
  • Default Port Assignments

Configuring a Portal for Production and Future Scalability
Examining the Portal Configuration Database

  • Portal Configuration
  • Default Database Configuration
  • Enterprise Database Alternatives
  • Benefits of Splitting the Configuration Database

Enabling LDAP-Based Authentication
Examining WebSphere and Portal Security

  • The Portal Authentication Process
  • Authentication Methods
  • User Profiles
  • User Repositories
  • Security Enhancements

Using an LDAP as the User Repository

  • Default Portal Security and LDAP
  • LDAP Security Configuration Files
  • Securing the Portal with IBM Tivoli Directory Server

Navigating and Managing the Portal
Portal Page Management Techniques

  • Creating and Managing Portal Pages
  • Creating a Portal Page Hierarchy
  • Managing Page Properties
  • Managing Page Layout
  • Managing Portlets on Pages
  • Exporting and Importing Page Hierarchies

Deploying Portlets

  • The Portlet Deployment Unit
  • Deploying a Portlet Application
  • Managing Deployed Portlets

Managing Portal Security
Portal Security

  • The Portal Resource Security Mechanism
  • Privileges
  • Propagation
  • Inheritance
  • Traversal
  • Granting Appropriate Administrative Access to Developers

Implementing Portal Security

  • Implementing Security on Portal Pages
  • Implementing Security on Portlets

Administering Portal Using Attribute-Based Techniques
Exploring Attribute-Based Administration

  • Attribute-Based Administration
  • Creating a Show/Hide Rule
  • Portal Attributes
  • Managing Rules

Creating and Applying Theme Policies

  • Exporting Policies
  • Editing a Theme Policy
  • Updating a Theme Policy

Building and Managing Composite Applications
Composite Applications

  • What are Composite Applications?
  • Designing a Composite Application
  • Business Components
  • Benefits of Deploying Composite Applications
  • Templates and Applications
  • The Point of Variabilty Concept

Building and Deploying a Composite Application

  • Building a Composite Application Template
  • Deploying an Application Based on a Template
  • Propagating a Template to Another Server

Federating a Portal Node into a Cell
Exploring WebSphere Cells

  • Cell Terminology
  • Managing the Underlying WebSphere Instances
  • Clustering a Portal Node

Creating a Cell

  • Creating a Deployment Manager Profile
  • Federating a Stand-Alone Portal Node into a Cell

Configuring Web Content Management
Introduction to Web Content Management

  • What Is Web Content Management?
  • The Architectural Role in Portal

Configuring Web Content Management

  • Overview of Configuring Web Content Management
  • Navigating Web Content Management
  • Creating Libraries
  • Creating Site Frameworks
  • Creating Workflows
  • Creating Authoring Templates
  • Creating Presentation Templates
  • Creating Template Maps
  • Creating Content
  • Displaying Content on a Portal Page

Exploring Portal Topologies
Introduction to Portal Topologies and Benefits

  • The Portal Environment
  • Benefits of Using WebSphere Portal

Components of a Scalable Portal

  • High-Availability Environment
  • Stand-Alone Portal Installations
  • Federated Portal Installations
  • Components of a Clustered Portal
  • Scalable Topologies
  • Eliminating Single Points of Failure
  • Configuring a Portal for High Availability
  • The Implications of the Portal Configuration Split

Creating a Portal Cluster

  • The Portal Cluster Creation Process

Deploying Portlets to a Cluster
Deploying Portlets to a Cluster

  • The Mechanics of Clustered Portlet Deployment
  • Installing Portlets to a Cluster
  • Updating Portlets in a Cluster

Moving from Staging to Production
Defining Portal Environments

  • The Desktop Development Environment
  • The Test Environment
  • The Staging Environment
  • The Production Environment

Transitioning From One Environment to the Next

  • The Transition Process
  • The XML Export Capabilities of Portal
  • Using the Release Builder Tool


Creating Virtual Portals and Realms
Realms and Multiple LDAPs

  • What Are Realms?
  • Realm Requirements
  • WebSphere Manager Member Configuration Files
  • Creating a Realm

Virtual Portals

  • What Is a Virtual Portal?
  • Comparing True and Virtual Portals
  • Use Cases for Virtual Portals
  • Planning Considerations for Virtual Portals
  • Scoped and Non-Scoped Resources
  • Creating a Virtual Portal
  • Customizing the Provisioning Script for Virtual Portals

Troubleshooting a Clustered Portal
Troubleshooting Methodologies for Clustered Portals

  • Problem Determination Methodology
  • Log Files
  • Isolating Problem Components
  • Tracing Portal Problems
  • The IBM Support Assistant
  • Monitoring for Performance

Production Procedures

  • Backing Up Portal Resources
  • Using XMLAccess as a Production Tool
  • Backing Up and Mirroring Configuration Databases
  • Backing Up and Mirroring LDAPs
  • Applying WebSphere and Portal Updates in a Production Environment
  • Implementing a Configuration Split in a Clustered Environment