IBM Webshere for z/OS and Distributed Platforms: An Administrattor's Guide / Edition 1

IBM Webshere for z/OS and Distributed Platforms: An Administrattor's Guide / Edition 1

by Ann Black, Herescu, Patel, McGuinnes
     
 

In this book, IBM's own enterprise WebSphere experts offer authoritative, comprehensive guidance for deploying and managing WebSphere on z/OS for mainframes, UNIX®/Linux®-based distributed systems, and Windows® servers. Drawing on their extensive experience supporting enterprise customers and developing new WebSphere technologies, the authors

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Overview

In this book, IBM's own enterprise WebSphere experts offer authoritative, comprehensive guidance for deploying and managing WebSphere on z/OS for mainframes, UNIX®/Linux®-based distributed systems, and Windows® servers. Drawing on their extensive experience supporting enterprise customers and developing new WebSphere technologies, the authors address the entire management lifecycle: planning, installation, configuration, administration, application deployment, tuning, and troubleshooting.

This book thoroughly covers WebSphere Application Server Version 5.0 and 5.1: both IBM Base WebSphere Application Server offerings and the advanced scalability and failover capabilities built into the popular IBM Network Deployment Edition. It has been designed to serve both as a comprehensive learning tool and as a rapid reference for working professionals.

Coverage includes

  • The WebSphere Application Server architecture: a detailed introduction for working administrators

  • Installation and configuration on both distributed and z/OS platforms, from planning through security

  • Assembling, deploying, and securing applications with the Application Assembly Tool and Assembly Toolkit

  • Managing WebSphere Application Server, including clustering and workload management

  • Automating administrative tasks using the powerful WebSphere scripting tools

  • Performance monitoring/tuning using both WebSphere- and system-level tools, including real-world tuning scenarios

  • A start-to-finish methodology for WebSphere troubleshooting

  • Covering z/OS, UNIX, Linux, and Windows platforms

  • Learn all you need to know from IBM's own WebSphere development and advanced deployment teams

  • Includes the latest most thorough coverage WebSphere V5.0/5.1

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780131855878
Publisher:
IBM Press
Publication date:
12/29/2004
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
1200
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 9.60(h) x 2.14(d)

Meet the Author

The Authors are a diverse group of experienced IBM professionals who work closely with WebSphere Application Server, helping customers place mission-critical WebSphere deployments into production and solving their most challenging technical problems. The author team members have worked on more than 1000 critical customer engagements, and have helped solve challenging production issues. They have also delivered speeches and presentations at technical conferences worldwide, as well as published IBM WebSphere whitepapers and Redbooks. Several authors have served on IBM's WebSphere development team, while others specialize in the use of emerging technologies with WebSphere. The author team members have over 20 patents pending.

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Table of Contents

Pt. 1WebSphere environment overview1
Ch. 1Introduction3
Ch. 2Compare and contrast : WebSphere on z/OS and the distributed platforms7
Ch. 3WebSphere architecture and design12
Ch. 4WebSphere topology : distributed and z/OS37
Ch. 5WebSphere installation - distributed61
Ch. 6WebSphere installation - z/OS104
Ch. 7Getting started with WebSphere - an overview165
Pt. 2WebSphere configuration197
Ch. 8Configuring WebSphere application server199
Ch. 9The WebSphere naming service241
Ch. 10The Web server plug-in253
Ch. 11The Java message service280
Ch. 12Web services - an overview326
Ch. 13WebSphere security on the distributed platforms360
Ch. 14WebSphere security on the z/OS platform401
Pt. 3Assembling and deploying applications in WebSphere429
Ch. 15Assembling applications in WebSphere431
Ch. 16Securing applications in WebSphere457
Ch. 17Deploying applications in WebSphere502
Pt. 4WebSphere management543
Ch. 18Workload management overview : distributed545
Ch. 19Workload management overview : z/OS578
Ch. 20Automated WebSphere administration614
Pt. 5WebSphere performance651
Ch. 21Monitoring WebSphere performance653
Ch. 22WebSphere performance tuning680
Ch. 23WebSphere performance tuning - z/OS704
Pt. 6Troubleshooting WebSphere743
Ch. 24WebSphere problem determination tools - logging and tracing745
Ch. 25Problem prevention and determination methodology780
Ch. 26WebSphere problem determination and troubleshooting for z/OS801
Pt. 7Appendices841
App. ATrade3 application843
App. BWebSphere tooling reference847
App. CWebSphere plug-in definitions849
App. DWebSphere message component IDs861
App. ECustom strategy bindings file DTD865
App. FCommon z/OS terms870
App. GComparison of common tasks on z/OS versus distributed874
App. Hz/Linux considerations890
App. IAutomated WebSphere administration examples894

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