The WebSphere Application Server 8.5.5.x – Advanced Security Concepts course provides the student with a detailed example-based guide which takes the student through how to configure Global Security for a Standalone Repository for the express purpose of connecting WAS to Microsoft AD, and enabling Full Single Sign on.
This course covers how to set up Windows 2012 Server as a Primary Domain Controller and enabled a Windows 8.1 workstation as part of the full-enabling and testing of a fully functioning SSO solution. Included in this course are Jython and shell scripts and even a Java Web Application that is used to prove that SSO is indeed working as intended
Learn how to configure SSL for both WAS and IBM HTTP Server. Learn SSL insights not previously made available. Implement LDAP configurations using open source products. Automate Global Security configuration using Jython
This page provides the facility to purchase an elite membership, which grants you full access to all products published before and during 2015. You get perpetual access and access to the current courses.
WAS 7 to 8.5.5.x Migration - Automation Course
his course was produced over 2 months with full-time effort towards design, testing and verification of advanced automation scripts which can be used independently or plugged into any enterprise orchestration management software. To engage a leading IBM WAS consultant to build these scripts, would cost over £100,000 pounds and likely to take several months to write, and test.
I have leveraged my vast industry experience to give you another valuable course. Once purchased, you can augment these scripts as you please into your enterprise management processes, saving you time and money. I would recommend that you consider the cost it would take you to produce a similar set of scripts, and you will see that the price of the course (essentially the scripts with examples) is well worth it, even if it is just to get hold of these scripts and include them in your administration-tools arsenal.
WAS 8.5.5 Automation Course
Do you need to save time automating manual WAS tasks?
Have you ever wondered how to automate IBM Installation Manager?
Ever needed to automate the installation of WAS 8.5.5.x and automate Upgrades and Roll-backs?
The WebSphere Application Server 8.5.5.x Automation Course provides the student with a full set of guides and a set of commercial-grade automation scripts with detailed worked-examples.
WAS 8.5 Administration Course
This course provides the student with the necessary skills to handle all sorts of administrative tasks on WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment version 8.5. The course material is practical and “hands-on” and covers a wide range of topics derived from industry experience.
We have designed this course to include all the necessary instructions to install the product, try out various administrative tasks and can be used easily to refresh your knowledge after the course has been attended.
The course also contains over 900 pages of “How To” guides and more than 300 Power Point slides along with Labs, resources and questions and answers.
WAS 8.5 Performance Tuning Course
This course provides students with the tools and techniques to tune the performance of WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment Version 8.5 (WAS ND 8.5)
As typical of all our middleware courses, the course material follows a “Do-it-yourself” approach and provides all the necessary instructions and sample code to setup your lab, try out tuning tasks and learn. In short, this course is a highly practical course which teaches performance tuning by example.
Something unique about this course is the 145 slide Power Point pack which covers WebSphere Performance Tuning best practices and theory.
IBM WebSphere MQ Administration Course
his course follows a simple “Do-it-yourself” style that is unique to The Middleware Shop’s courses. Containing > 650 pages and slides, the student learns through doing WebSphere Message Queue 7.5 Administration. IBM is recognised as providing the best enterprise message solution available in the market, WMQ has survived over a decade which shows its relevance and demand in market place.
This course represents one of the big three, most common Enterprise products in the IBM WebSphere brand. WebSphere Application Server (WAS), WebSphere Message Broker (WMB) and WebSphere MQ (WMQ) are often found working together. It is fundamental that you understand the WebSphere MQ product.