Administering IBM Web Content Manager 8.0

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Via Valtellina, 63, 20124, Milano, Italia
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· Requisiti


You should:

  • complete Installation and Administration of IBM WebSphere Portal 8.0 on Windows (WPL83), or have equivalent knowledge, skills, and experience


  • Experience in building websites with IBM Web Content Manager 8 (WPL43)


Contenuti del corso

This course consists of two-days of instructor-led training. In this class, you will learn about administration tasks and concepts.

The course will introduce you to basic concepts such as:

  • Web Content Manager terminology, concepts, architecture, and capabilities
  • Web Content Manager topologies and test, staging, and delivery environments
  • Web Content Manager authoring environment
  • Syndication
  • Cache and cache options
  • Performance and performance tuning
  • Maintenance tools and logs

Not included in this course:

  • Installation procedures
  • Integration with software, such as IBM Sametime, IBM Connections, and so on
  • In-depth exploration of WebSphere Portal Other software in the WebSphere Portal stack

Contenuti dettagliati del corso

Unit 1: Overview of WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager

  • Introduction to Web Content Manager terminology and concepts
  • Architecture: Overview of the stack
  • Architecture: How WebSphere Portal and Web Content Manager work together
  • Explanation of WebSphere Portal capability as compared to Web Content Manager
Unit 2: Overview of IBM Web Content Manager server environments
  • Review of various network environments (testing, staging, and production/delivery)
  • High availability considerations
Unit 3: Authoring environment
  • What is the authoring environment?
  • An overview of the "home pages" that are ready for immediate use.
  • Site area templates that allow administrators to control the type of items that can be added.
  • Using the out-of-the box authoring portlet
  • Customizing the authoring environment to improve the author experience
  • Comparison of out-of-the box RTE and the Ephox RTE
  • Access control and users and groups
Unit 4: Delivery environment
  • What is the delivery environment
  • Review of considerations for delivery in a clustered topology
  • Access control and users and groups
Unit 5: Syndication
  • What is syndication?
  • Manual and automatic syndication
  • What is not handled via syndication?
  • Cloning compared to syndication
Unit 6:Cache
  • What is cache?
  • Cache options for Web Content Manager
  • Limitations of options
  • Cache best practices
Unit 7: Performance
  • Performance considerations
  • Hardware, network, disk space, and so on
  • Tuning steps
  • Database tuning
Unit 8: Maintenance
  • Review available tools, when to use them and potential impacts. Tools include:
  • MemberFixer
  • Workflow update tool
  • IBM Support Assistant
  • Clear versions (Auditing impact)
  • Clear history (Auditing impact)
  • Check database disk space to ensure there is enough space
  • Logs
  • Note errors and act upon them
  • Where to find updates: Fix Central
  • Where to look for help: Support Portal
  • Library export
Unit 9: Backup and Recovery
  • Backup and recovery
  • Required third party applications (LDAP, Analytics, and so on)
Unit 10: Migration
  • Overview of the process - what does the Web Content Manager Administrator need to plan for?
  • What is migrated in the base portal migration
  • Additional steps for migrating Web Content Manager

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