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Understanding WebSphere Duration: 2 Days Overview This two-stage course introduces the world of WebSphere. In the first part, the Enterprise Java (J2EE) platform (the basis for the WebSphere architecture) is explained. The integration of Java with existing (enterprise) systems is also covered. The second part of the course is designed for mainframe (z/OS) users who, if they have not already encountered a WebSphere Application Server (WAS) in their organisation, are likely to in the near future. This one-day course introduces and explaind the WebSphere Application Server for z/OS from the perspective of the experienced mainframe professional. This course is particularly appropriate for all applications architects, project managers, programmers and administrators who are going to encounter web applications in their environment. Who should attend? Application programmers and administrators who are going to use web applications in an enterprise environment, based on a WebSphere platform. Prerequisites Some familiarity with Internet concepts and Java would be an advantage, but is not mandatory. for day two, an understanding of the z/OS environment is required. Delegates will learn how to On successful completion of this course, attendees will be able to: discuss the architecture and possibilities of Enterprise Java (J2EE) describe the pros/cons of different solutions for typical business problems list the most recent J2EE APIs understand the integration of Java with existing enterprise systems list the products and tools in the J2EE domain describe the set-up of this environment: web, web applications, web servers , etc. explain the role of Java and the importance of an architecture combined with application components describe the role of WebSphere Application Server discuss the relationship of WAS to z/OS Course outline The J2EE architecture and platform Components and containers; J2EE middleware and services. J2EE libraries Servlets: JavaServer Pages (JSP), JavaServer Faces (JSF); Java Mail: Java Messaging Service (JMS); Java Transaction Service (JTS): Java Transaction API (JTA); Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI); Java Data Base Connectivity (JDBC); Java Management Extensions (JMX). Enterprise Java Beans EJB framework; EJB types (Entity, Session, Message); EJB container and server. Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) Java Connector Architecture (JCA); Transaction management and security; Web Services. J2EE business patterns J2EE development, deployment and execution Development tools; application servers. Web Enabling Basic concepts; Java, the solution; the need for a Java architecture Evolution to e-busines WebSphere Application Server context. WebSphere Application Server administrative set-up WAS Administrative model as in 5; WAS as the company hub. WebSphere Application Server on z/OS WAS implementation on z/OS: infrastructure; An efficient WAS environment on z/OS. WAS as USS application: what is USS?
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