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070-410 IBM WebSphere Deploym Advanced Configuration

The expert guide to deploying and managing any WebSphere Application 70-410 Server V5.x application and environment
If you¡¯re a WebSphere Application Server administrator or developer, this

is your advanced guide for delivering applications rapidly, running them smoothly, and administering them efficiently. Four leading IBM consultants draw on their years of experience to illuminate the key steps involved in taking WebSphere Application Server applications from development to production. They focus on the areas most crucial to success, including application assembly and build, application and infrastructure configuration and administration, and application testing and verification. Along the way, they show how to implement automated deployment processes that can be executed frequently, reliably, and quicklyso you can get your applications to market fast. The focus is on WebSphere Application Server Version 5.1, but much of the information applies to other versions.
Coverage includes

Installing, testing, and managing WebSphere Application Server environments: clustering, security, messaging, integration, and more

Deploying and managing key J2EE technologies: JDBC, Connectors, EJB, container managed and message driven beans, transactions, JMS, JavaMail, and more

Deploying highly available, scalable multi-node WebSphere Application Server environments: clustering, distributed session management, and
edge components

Advanced

considerations:

working with Java

Management
Extensions,
caching, and much
more

Performance-tuning tools

Troubleshooting

Leveraging key

WebSphere deployment and administration tools: ANT, wsadmin, Admin Console, and the Application Server Toolkit
Advanced discussions of J2EE and architectural concepts you need to deploy successfullywith practical examples

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Table of Contents

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Index

IBM WebSphere Deploym Advanced Configuration
By Roland Barcia, Bill Hin Keys Botzum
Publisher : Prentice Hall PTR Pub Date : August 26, 2004 ISBN : 0-13-146862-6
Pages : 720

Copyright IBM Press SeriesInformation Management On Demand Computing Books DB2 Books More Books from IBM Press About the Authors Technical Reviewers and Contributors Foreword Part I. Introduction to WebSphere and Deployment

Chapter 1. Introduction
Who Should Read This Book Why Concentrate So Much on Deployment? How This Book Is

Organized

Introduction to

WebSphere Conclusion Chapter 2. J2EE Applications Understanding J2EE and J2EE Applications J2EE Packaging
Conclusion

Chapter 3. WAS Quick Start
Overview of Applications Used Throughout This Book
WAS Deployment Quick Start Conclusion Chapter 4. Build and Deploy Procedures
Procedures Matter Build and Deployment Models
Automation

Conclusion

Chapter 5. WebSphere Application Server Architecture
Runtime Architecture
Conclusion
Part II. J2EE Deployment and Administration Chapter 6. J2EE Web Applications and the Web Container J2EE Web Application Technologies J2EE Web Application Characteristics WAS Web Container Web Application Descriptors and Packaging
Automation

Conclusion
Chapter 7. JDBC as a Resource
JDBC and J2EE Services
JDBC Object Types

Automation

Conclusion

Chapter 8. J2EE Connector Architecture
J2C Architecture

WAS J2C

Implementation

Conclusion
Chapter 9. Enterprise JavaBeans
Introduction to Enterprise JavaBeans
Enterprise JavaBean Deployment with WAS Conclusion Chapter 10. CMP and Advanced EJB Settings
Understanding CMP 2.0
WebSphere Persistence Architecture Bean and Data Caching Dealing with Isolation Levels in CMP Schema Mapping So Why Does the

Deployer Care?

Automation
Conclusion
Chapter 11. Transactions with WebSphere Application Server
Introduction to Transactions J2EE Applications and Transactions WebSphere Application Server Transaction Manager Distributed Transaction Failure Recovery
Transaction Performance Transaction

Troubleshooting

Conclusion

Chapter 12. JMS and Message Driven Beans Understanding JMS and Message Driven Beans JMS in WebSphere Application Server Automation

Conclusion

Chapter 13. Other Resources

URL Resources

JavaMail

Conclusion

Chapter 14. Client Applications What Is a ¡°Client Application?¡± WAS Application Clients CD
J2EE Clients

Thin Clients

Pluggable Clients

Applet Clients

ActiveX Clients

Conclusion

Part III. Managing WebSphere Application Server Infrastructure
Chapter 15. Advanced

Considerations for Build

Application Packaging Verification in Large Development Environments
Conclusion Chapter 16. Ideal Development and Testing Environments
Ideal Development Environments Environment Stages
Process Matters

Tools
Reducing Costs
Conclusion
Chapter 17. JMX in WebSphere Application Server
An Introduction to JMX JMX in WebSphere Application Server
Custom MBeans in WAS Conclusion Chapter 18. Security Why Security?
WAS Security Architecture Hardening Security
Troubleshooting
Conclusion
Chapter 19. WebSphere Caching
Caching Opportunities Caching Implications on Performance
Caching Static Files
Dynamic Caching Planning for Caching Caching Further Out
Advanced Caching
Topics
Troubleshooting Caching Problems
Conclusion
Part IV. WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment Chapter 20. WAS

Network Deployment

Architecture

WebSphere Architecture Terms Runtime Architecture
Web Services in WAS-
ND
ND Cell Administration Namespace Distributed Replication
Service Conclusion Chapter 21. WAS Network Deployment Clustering WebSphere Clustering Architecture
Creating WebSphere Application Server-ND Clusters Application Installation
and Maintenance Hardware Clustering and WAS-ND Other Components WAS-ND Administrative Runtime
Topologies Conclusion Chapter 22. Session Management Introduction to HTTP Session
Session Tracking

The Session API

WAS Session

Management

Configuration

Conclusion
Chapter 23. WebSphere Edge Components
Edge Topology

Edge Devices

WebSphere Edge

Components Review WebSphere Edge Components Implementation 70-410 practice exam Topology Patterns on the Edge
Conclusion Part V. Problem Determination and Server Tools
Chapter 24. Problem Determination
Problem-Solving First Steps
WAS General Problem Determination
Active WAS Problem Determination When All Else Fails Problem Determination Tools
Problem Prevention
Conclusion
Chapter 25. Performance Tuning Tools WAS Performance