IBM Websphere Training Schedule - 2016




IBM Websphere Application Server V8.5.5 Administration


Course Details


Description


This instructor-led course teaches you the skills that are needed to install and administer IBM WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5. This release offers users enhanced support for standards, emerging technology, and a choice of development frameworks.

In this course, you learn how to install, configure, and maintain IBM WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5 base, Network Deployment (ND), and the Liberty profile. You learn how to deploy enterprise Java applications in a single computer or clustered configuration. In addition, you learn how to work with features of WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5, such as IBM Installation Manager, WebSphere Customization Toolbox, security enhancements, Intelligent Management, and centralized installation.

Throughout the course, hands-on exercises and demonstrations reinforce lecture content and give you practical experience with WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5. You complete tasks such as installing and assembling applications, applying problem determination techniques, configuring a clustered environment, and working with fine-grained administrative security.




Objectives


  • Relate WebSphere Application Server to the WebSphere family of products

  • Describe the features and standards in WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5

  • Describe the architectural concepts that are related to WebSphere Application Server

  • Install and configure WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5

  • Install and configure IBM HTTP Server (IHS)

  • Assemble and install server-side Java enterprise applications

  • Use WebSphere administrative tools to configure and manage enterprise applications

  • Use wsadmin scripting

  • Configure WebSphere Application Server security

  • Deploy applications in clustered environments

  • View performance information about server and application components

  • Use problem determination tools and log files to troubleshoot problems

  • Configure messaging with the service integration bus

  • Describe Intelligent Management features

  • Describe WebSphere Batch features

  • Describe the Liberty profile

  • Install and configure the Liberty profile






Audience


This program is designed for:

  • This intermediate course is designed for administrators who install, configure, and manage web-based applications on WebSphere Application Server. Web administrators, lead application developers, and application architects can also benefit from this course.

  • The course is applicable to users running WebSphere Application Server on various platforms





Prerequisites


You should have:

  • An understanding of basic internet concepts.

  • Experience in using a web browser





Topics




  • Course introduction

  • Unit 1: WebSphere product family overview

  • Unit 2: WebSphere Application Server architecture – stand-alone

  • Unit 3: WebSphere Application Server architecture – federated

  • Unit 4: IBM Installation Manager

  • Unit 5: WebSphere Application Server installation

  • Unit 6: Web server installation

  • Exercise 1: Installing IBM Installation Manager

  • Exercise 2: Installing WebSphere Application Server

  • Exercise 3: Installing IBM HTTP Server

  • Unit 7: WebSphere Application Server administrative console

  • Exercise 4: Exploring the administrative console

  • Unit 8: Introduction to the PlantsByWebSphere application

  • Unit 9: Application assembly

  • Exercise 5: Assembling an application

  • Unit 10: Application installation

  • Exercise 6: Installing an application

  • Unit 11: Problem determination

  • Exercise 7: Problem determination

  • Unit 12: Introduction to wsadmin and scripting

  • Exercise 8: Using wsadmin

  • Unit 13: Federating a cell

  • Exercise 9: Creating a federated cell

  • Unit 14: Workload management

  • Exercise 10: Clustering and workload management

  • Unit 15: Introduction to WebSphere Messaging

  • Exercise 11: Configuring the service integration bus

  • Unit 16: Job manager and centralized installation manager

  • Exercise 12: Using the job manager

  • Unit 17: Overview of Intelligent Management

  • Unit 18: WebSphere security

  • Exercise 13: Configuring WebSphere security

  • Exercise 14: Configuring application security

  • Exercise 15: Configuring SSL for WebSphere

  • Unit 19: Overview of the Liberty profile

  • Exercise 16: Working with the Liberty profile

  • Unit 20: Performance monitoring

  • Exercise 17: Using the performance monitoring tools

  • Unit 21: Course summary





Course Schedule


  • Program Dates:

  • Format: Online






IBM MQ V8 System Administration


Course Details


Description


This course is designed to provide technical professionals with the skills needed to administer IBM MQ queue managers on distributed platforms.




Objectives


  • Plan the implementation of IBM MQ

  • Install IBM MQ

  • Perform basic customization and administration tasks

  • Enable a queue manager to exchange messages with another queue manager

  • Use a trigger message and a trigger monitor to start an application to process messages

  • Implement basic queue manager restart and recovery procedures

  • Identify the cause of a problem

  • Plan for and implement basic IBM MQ security features

  • Use accounting and statistics messages to monitor the activities in an IBM MQ system

  • Use IBM MQ sample programs to test queue manager, queue, channel, and client configuration






Audience


This program is designed for:

  • Technical professionals who require the skills to administer any of the IBM MQ queue managers.





Prerequisites


You should have:

  • Be familiar with and able to use standard functions within the operating system that is used in the lab exercises.

  • Have a basic knowledge of TCP/IP





Topics




  • Course introduction

  • Unit 1: IBM MQ review

  • Unit 2: Installing IBM MQ

  • Unit 3: Creating a basic configuration

  • Exercise 1: Using commands to create queue managers and queues

  • Unit 4: Introduction to IBM MQ Explorer

  • Exercise 2: Using IBM MQ Explorer to create queue managers and queues

  • Unit 5: Introduction to the Message Queue Interface (MQI)

  • Exercise 3: Using IBM MQ sample programs to test the configuration

  • Unit 6: Implementing trigger messages and monitors

  • Exercise 4: Implementing a trigger monitor

  • Unit 7: Message persistence and recovery

  • Exercise 5: Using a media image to restore a queue

  • Unit 8: Identifying the cause of problems

  • Exercise 6: Running an IBM MQ trace

  • Unit 9: Implementing distributed queuing

  • Exercise 7: Connecting queue managers

  • Unit 10: Implementing basic security

  • Exercise 8: Controlling access to IBM MQ

  • Unit 11: IBM MQ clients

  • Exercise 9: Connecting an IBM MQ client

  • Unit 12: Backing up and restoring IBM MQ object definitions

  • Exercise 10: Backing up and restoring IBM MQ object definitions

  • Unit 13: Monitoring and configuring IBM MQ for performance

  • Exercise 11: Monitoring and configuring IBM MQ for performance

  • Unit 14: JMS administration overview

  • Unit 15: Course summary





Course Schedule


  • Program Dates:

  • Format: Online






Process Implementing with IBM Business Process Manager V8.5.5


Course Details


Description


This course teaches core process modeling skills. You also learn a project development approach, process model implementation fundamentals, and exceptional delivery patterns. These skills improve the speed and quality of process definition and implementation efforts.




Objectives


  • Describe why process modeling is an important phase in the BPM lifecycle

  • Explain how to use Process Designer to create a process application

  • List and identify the core elements that are used to create a BPD in Process Designer

  • Translate workflow steps into business process activities and nested processes

  • Use gateways to control the process flow

  • Validate that the process model meets playback 0 goals and requirements

  • Identify how intermediate events are used during the execution of a business process

  • Describe the architecture of IBM Business Process Manager

  • Organize process assets into toolkits

  • Manage variables and data flow

  • Implement timer events

  • Implement gateways and routing to control process flow

  • Build a business data model

  • Build client-side human services and user input forms (coaches)

  • Create a snapshot for deployment

  • Create a decision service

  • Model and implement message events

  • Apply asset tags to organize artifacts

  • Enhance coaches for a rich user experience

  • Implement effective error handling in processes and services






Audience


This program is designed for:

  • Process owners, BPM analysts, BPM authors, BPM developers, BPM administrators, and BPM project managers

  • Project members who design and implement detailed logic, data models, and external system integrations for an executable business process definition





Prerequisites


You should have:

  • Practical knowledge of data structures

  • Understanding of SQL syntax and JavaScript

  • Basic understanding of web services

  • Experience with modern programming techniques





Topics




  • Course introduction

  • Introduction to business process management

  • Introduction to IBM Business Process Manager and integration with other tools

  • Creating a process model

  • Exercise: Creating a process application

  • Defining process flow

  • Exercise: Modeling gateways and timer intermediate events in a BPD

  • Validating the process model with playback 0

  • Exercise: Validating the process model

  • IBM Business Process Manager architecture and toolkits

  • Exercise: Creating a toolkit

  • Conducting playback 1 - Process Control Flow

  • Exercise: Creating playback 1 assets

  • Exercise: Conducting playback 1

  • Conducting playback 2 - Business Objects, Human Services and Coach

  • Exercise: Implementing a human service for playback 2

  • Exercise: Creating a snapshot

  • Conducting playback 3 - Decision Service, System Service, Integration Service

  • Exercise: Creating playback 3 assets

  • Conducting playback 4 - Enhancing Coaches and Creating Reusable Coach Views

  • Exercise: Enhancing a coach for playback 4

  • Conducting playback 5 - Error Handling

  • Exercise: Creating error handling for a service for playback 5

  • Course summary





Course Schedule


  • Program Dates:

  • Format: Online






IBM Integration Bus V9 Application Development


Course Details


Description


In this instructor-led course, you learn how to use IBM Integration Bus to develop, deploy, and support platform-independent message flow applications. These applications use various messaging topologies to transport messages between service requesters and service providers, and also allow the messages to be routed, transformed, and enriched during processing.

The course explores message flow problem determination, with an emphasis on identifying and recovering from errors in message flows. You learn how to construct message flows that use extended Structured Query Language (ESQL), Java, and the IBM Graphical Data Mapping editor to transform messages. The course also explores how to control the flow of messages by using various message processing nodes, and how to use databases and maps to transform and enrich messages during processing. You review various messaging transports at a high level and gain a basic understanding of how message flows can use web services, Java Message Service (JMS), and other transport mechanisms. Finally, you explore how to extend IBM Integration Bus by using adapters and other IBM products.

Throughout the course, hands-on lab exercises allow you to practice the skills and concepts that are presented in the lectures. The hands-on labs cover topics such as creating and testing message flows, message modeling, problem determination, and error handling.




Objectives


  • Describe the features and uses of the IBM Integration Bus

  • Develop, deploy, and test message flows

  • Generate message flows from predefined patterns

  • Use IBM Integration Bus problem determination aids to diagnose and solve development and runtime errors

  • Describe the function and appropriate use of various message processing nodes

  • Write basic ESQL and Java methods to transform messages

  • Use the IBM Graphical Data Mapping editor to transform messages

  • Define, use, and test simple XML and Data Format Description Language (DFDL) message models

  • Describe supported transport protocols and how to call them in message flows

  • Describe IBM Integration Bus integration with other IBM products such as IBM Business Process Manager, WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, WebSphere DataPower, and WebSphere Transformation Extender

  • Extend IBM Integration Bus functions by using WebSphere Adapters and plug-ins

  • Describe the packaged application support for SAP, Siebel, and PeopleSoft






Audience


This program is designed for:

  • Integration aspirants and application developers.





Prerequisites


You should have:

  • An understanding of the business needs of your organization

  • A basic understanding of current IT technologies such as Structured Query Language (SQL), Extensible Markup Language (XML)





Topics




  • Course introduction

  • Introduction to IBM Integration Bus

  • Application development fundamentals

  • Exercise: Importing and testing a message flow

  • Developing message flows

  • Exercise: Implementing a message flow pattern

  • Using problem determination tools and help resources

  • Exercise: Analyzing runtime error scenarios

  • Exercise: Using problem determination tools

  • Using compute nodes to transform messages

  • Exercise: Implementing a message flow

  • Controlling the flow of messages

  • Exercise: Adding flow control to a message flow

  • Exercise: Implementing explicit error handling

  • Modeling messages

  • Exercise: Implementing a message model

  • Mapping messages with the Graphical Data Mapping editor

  • Referencing databases in a message flow

  • Exercise: Referencing a database in a map

  • More message processing nodes

  • Message transports overview

  • Preparing for production

  • Exercise: Creating a runtime-aware message flow

  • Extending IBM Integration Bus

  • Course summary





Course Schedule


  • Program Dates:

  • Format: Online






IBM Integration Bus V9.0 System Administration


Course Details


Description


In this 4-day course, you learn how to administer IBM Integration Bus on distributed operating systems, such as Windows and AIX, by using the IBM Integration Bus administrative interfaces. These interfaces include IBM Integration Explorer, the IBM Integration web console, and the IBM Integration Bus command interface.




Objectives


  • Install and configure an IBM Integration Bus instance

  • Establish, maintain, and manage an integration node

  • Use the command interface, IBM Integration Explorer, and the IBM Integration web console to administer IBM Integration Bus components

  • Use problem determination aids to diagnose and solve development and runtime errors

  • Implement IBM Integration Bus security

  • Use IBM Integration Explorer and the IBM Integration Bus web console to generate and analyze message flow statistics

  • Use the IBM Integration web console to record and reply messages

  • Use workload management policies to adjust the processing speed of messages and control the actions that are taken on unresponsive flows and threads

  • Implement an IBM Integration Bus global cache to store, reuse, and share data between integration nodes

  • Subscribe to IBM Integration Bus topics

  • Configure the integration node to support secure web services






Audience


This program is designed for:

  • Product administrators and developers who administer IBM Integration Bus.





Prerequisites


You should have:

  • hands-on experience with the Windows operating system.

  • Experience with IBM MQ is helpful





Topics




  • Course introduction

  • IBM Integration Bus overview

  • Product installation, configuration, and security planning

  • Exercise: Integration node setup and customization

  • Administration in the IBM Integration Toolkit

  • Exercise: Using the IBM Integration Toolkit

  • Administration basics

  • Exercise: Administering the runtime components

  • Implementing IBM Integration Bus security

  • Exercise: Administering IBM Integration Bus security

  • Diagnosing problems

  • Exercise: Using trace facilities

  • Exercise: Identifying runtime problems

  • Monitoring integration node and message flow performance

  • Exercise: Recording and replaying message flow data

  • Publish/subscribe implementation overview

  • Exercise: Viewing runtime statistics

  • Configuring IBM Integration Bus for high availability

  • Exercise: Managing unresponsive message flows

  • Administering web services

  • Exercise: Implementing web services and web services security

  • Extending IBM Integration Bus

  • Course summary





Course Schedule


  • Program Dates:

  • Format: Online






Developing Applications in IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.5


Course Details


Description


This course teaches you how to use the tools in IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.5 to build and deploy process integration solutions.




Objectives


  • Describe the purpose and business value of a service-oriented architecture

  • Describe the purpose and business value of the tools included in IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.5: IBM Process Designer, IBM Integration Designer, IBM Process Server, IBM Process Center, IBM Process Portal, Business Space, and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus

  • Identify and describe the features that are available in IBM Process Designer, IBM Integration Designer, and the Service Component Architecture

  • Describe the structure of modules and libraries

  • Create business objects, shared interfaces, and business calendars

  • Model a complex business process diagram in IBM Process Designer

  • Create a complex business process that includes basic and structured WS-BPEL activities in IBM Integration Designer

  • Use SCA bindings to communicate with web services

  • Use WebSphere Java EE Connector Architecture (JCA) adapters in applications

  • Implement data maps to transform business data

  • Implement mediation modules to route and transform messages

  • Implement business rules and use the Business Rules Manager web client to interact with business rules at run time

  • Create a business space by using widgets and templates that are available for IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.5

  • Create and run component test projects in IBM Integration Designer

  • Bring the UTE Process Server online and connect with the Process Center

  • Explore the IBM Process Center repository






Audience


This program is designed for:

  • System administrators, integration specialists, application developers, business process developers, support engineers, and technical sales and marketing professionals.





Prerequisites


You should have:

  • Basic Java knowledge

  • Basic Extensible Markup Language (XML) skills





Topics




  • Course introduction

  • Overview of IBM Business Process Manager V8.5.5

  • Exercise: Exploring IBM Process Designer and IBM Process Portal

  • IBM Integration Designer overview

  • Exercise: Exploring IBM Integration Designer, part I

  • Service Component Architecture overview

  • Exercise: Exploring IBM Integration Designer, part II

  • SCA bindings

  • Exercise: Working with web services

  • Business objects

  • Exercise: Creating business objects and shared interfaces

  • Business process choreography overview

  • Exercise: Creating a business process, part I

  • Business process basic and structured activities

  • Exercise: Creating a business process, part II

  • Business process handlers, runtime behavior, and clients

  • Exercise: Creating a business process, part III

  • Business rules

  • Exercise: Creating business rules

  • Adapters

  • Exercise: Implementing WebSphere (JCA) adapters

  • Developing mediation services

  • Exercise: Creating mediation services, part I

  • Mediation primitives

  • Exercise: Creating mediation services, part II

  • Business Space

  • Exercise: Exploring Business Space

  • Advanced testing

  • Exercise: Using component tests

  • IBM Process Center

  • Exercise: Bringing the UTE Process Server online

  • Exercise: Exploring IBM Process Center

  • Course summary





Course Schedule


  • Program Dates:

  • Format: Online






Administration of IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.5


Course Details


Description


In this course, you learn the skills that are needed to install, configure, and administer IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.5.

IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.5 includes IBM Process Server, IBM Integration Designer, IBM Process Designer, IBM Process Center, and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus. This course focuses on IBM Process Server, which is a high-performance business engine at the heart of business process management (BPM) and service-oriented architecture (SOA).

The course covers how to configure both Process Center and Process Server in a network deployment environment. You learn about the various deployment topologies available for both environments. The course also teaches you about the selection criteria for choosing an appropriate deployment topology.

You learn how Business Process Manager uses the service integration bus (WebSphere Platform Messaging) for all asynchronous communications. To build a highly available Process Server architecture, you must understand how the service integration bus works, and know how to integrate it into the design of a topology.

Hands-on exercises are provided throughout the course, giving you practical experience with designing, deploying, and troubleshooting a highly available Process Server environment. Through the labs, you configure both Process Center and Process Server in a network deployment environment and verify the configuration. You deploy a basic application and use it to test the capabilities of the Process Server environment. You examine applications in Process Center and deploy applications to both an online and an offline Process Server environment. Finally, you integrate the deployment manager with IBM Tivoli Directory Server and secure the environment.

This course provides lab exercises running on IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.5




Objectives


  • Configure and administer a Process Center environment

  • Configure and administer a Process Server environment

  • Describe the purpose and business value of the tools included in IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.5: IBM Process Designer, IBM Integration Designer, IBM Process Server, IBM Process Center, and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus

  • Describe IBM Business Process Manager Advanced architecture, concepts, and terminology

  • Describe the deployment considerations for IBM Business Process Manager Advanced components

  • Describe the Process Server high availability topologies and their selection criteria

  • Create a Process Center clustered environment by using the Deployment Environment wizard

  • Create a customized properties file by using the IBM BPM Configuration editor

  • Create a Process Server clustered environment by using the BPMConfig utility

  • Purge content in the Process Center environment

  • Purge content in the Process Server environment

  • Verify the functions of failover in a clustered environment

  • Deploy and manage business applications

  • Work with the administrative console and management tools

  • Deploy applications to an offline and online Process Server environment

  • Implement SSL between the Process Center and Process Server environments

  • Integrate with Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) to secure the environment

  • Troubleshoot the environment






Audience


This program is designed for:

  • Systems administrators, solutions administrators, and operators who install, configure, manage, and troubleshoot Process Server applications.





Prerequisites


You should have a general knowledge of:

  • Operating system

  • Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) and Extensible Markup Language (XML)

  • Administering applications





Topics




  • Course introduction

  • Overview of IBM Business Process Manager Advanced

  • IBM Business Process Manager Advanced installation

  • Exercise: Installing IBM Business Process Manager Advanced

  • Exercise: Installing the IBM HTTP Server

  • IBM Business Process Manager Advanced architecture overview

  • IBM Business Process Manager components

  • IBM Business Process Manager Advanced deployment topologies

  • Exercise: Configuring the Process Center environment

  • Introduction to IBM Process Center

  • Exercise: Administering Process Center

  • Overview of Process Portal

  • Exercise: Administering Process Portal

  • Exercise: Purging content in Process Center

  • Introduction to IBM Process Server

  • Exercise: Configuring the Process Server environment

  • Business process choreography

  • Application deployment concepts

  • Exercise: IBM Process Server administration

  • Exercise: Purging content in Process Server

  • Overview of deployment scenarios

  • Exercise: Managing offline and online process servers

  • Advanced administration concepts

  • Exercise: Advanced Process Server administration

  • Security

  • Exercise: Implementing security

  • Problem determination

  • Course summary





Course Schedule


  • Program Dates:

  • Format: Online






Developing Rule Solutions in IBM Operational Decision Manager V8.5


Course Details


Description


This course introduces developers to IBM Operational Decision Manager V8.5. You learn the concepts and skills that you need to design, develop, and integrate a business rule solution with Operational Decision Manager.

The course begins with an overview of Operational Decision Manager, which is composed of two main environments: Decision Server for technical users and Decision Center for business users. The course outlines the collaboration between development and business teams during project development.

Through instructor-led presentations and hands-on lab exercises, you learn about the core features of Decision Server, which is the primary working environment for developers. You design a business rule application, and work with the object models that are required to author and execute rule artifacts. You gain experience with rule deployment and execution within various types of client applications. You work extensively with Rule Execution Server and learn how you can integrate decision services within an enterprise environment.

In addition, you become familiar with rule authoring so that you can support business users to set up and customize the rule authoring and validation environments. You also learn how to use Operational Decision Manager features to support decision governance.




Objectives


  • Describe the benefits of implementing a decision management solution with Operational Decision Manager

  • Identify the key user roles that are involved in designing and developing a decision management solution, and the tasks that are associated with each role

  • Describe the development process of building a business rule application and the collaboration between business and development teams

  • Set up and customize the business object model (BOM) and vocabulary for rule authoring

  • Implement the execution object model (XOM) that enables rule execution

  • Orchestrate rule execution through ruleflows

  • Author rule artifacts to implement business policies

  • Debug business rule applications to ensure that the implemented business logic is error-free

  • Set up and customize the testing and simulation environment for business users

  • Package and deploy rulesets to testing and production environments

  • Integrate decision services for managed execution within an enterprise environment

  • Build client applications to invoke ruleset execution

  • Test, monitor, and audit execution of decision services

  • Work with Operational Decision Manager features that support decision governance, including the decision governance framework for decision services






Audience


This program is designed for:

  • Application developers.





Prerequisites


You should have:

  • Experience with the Java programming language and object-oriented concepts

  • Knowledge of Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE)

  • Basic knowledge of Extensible Markup Language (XML)





Topics




  • Course introduction

  • Introducing IBM Operational Decision Manager V8.5

  • Exercise: Operational Decision Manager in action

  • Getting started with business rule application development

  • Exercise: Setting up rule projects

  • Programming with business rules

  • Developing object models

  • Exercise: Working with the BOM

  • Exercise: Refactoring

  • Orchestrating ruleset execution

  • Exercise: Working with ruleflows

  • Authoring rules

  • Exercise: Exploring action rules

  • Exercise: Authoring action rules

  • Exercise: Authoring decision tables and decision trees

  • Customizing rule vocabulary with categories and domains

  • Exercise: Working with static domains

  • Queries and ruleset extraction

  • Exercise: Queries and ruleset extraction

  • Debugging rules

  • Exercise: Executing rules locally

  • Exercise: Debugging a ruleset

  • Enabling tests and simulations

  • Exercise: Enabling tests and simulations

  • Managing deployment

  • Exercise: Managing deployment

  • Executing rules with Rule Execution Server

  • Exercise: Exploring the Rule Execution Server console

  • Exercise: Executing rules with Rule Execution Server in Java SE

  • Exercise: Executing rules as a hosted transparent decision service (HTDS)

  • Auditing and monitoring ruleset execution

  • Exercise: Auditing ruleset execution through Decision Warehouse

  • Working with the REST API

  • Exercise: Working with the REST API

  • Introducing decision governance

  • Course summary





Course Schedule


  • Program Dates:

  • Format: Online






Administering IBM Operational Decision Manager V8.5


Course Details


Description



This 4-day course introduces administrators to IBM Operational Decision Manager (ODM) V8.5. You learn the concepts and skills that are necessary to install, configure, and manage Decision Server Rules, Decision Server Events, and Decision Center.




Objectives


  • Describe the IBM Operational Decision Manager technical architecture

  • Define installation tasks

  • Explain topology options for clustered environments

  • Complete basic configuration of Decision Server Rules, Decision Server Events, and Decision Center

  • Manage user and group authentication and authorization

  • Synchronize projects across business and development environments

  • Manage project deployment from Rule Designer and Decision Center

  • Audit decisions through Decision Warehouse

  • Manage versions, baselines, and multiple releases in Decision Center

  • Provide strategies for enhancing performance

  • Troubleshoot server environments with administration consoles

  • Monitor business event processing with Performance Monitoring Infrastructure (PMI) tools and event widgets






Audience


This program is designed for:

  • Administrators who install, configure, and administer Operational Decision Manager.





Prerequisites


You should have:

  • Basic knowledge of database management

  • Familiarity with source code control (SCC) mechanisms

  • Basic knowledge of Ant and the Java programming language

  • Knowledge of Application Server

  • Knowledge of Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE)

  • Familiarity with the Representational State Transfer (REST) architectural style





Topics




  • Course introduction

  • Introducing Operational Decision Manager for administrators

  • Exercise: Exploring the Operational Decision Manager installation

  • Configuring Operational Decision Manager

  • Exercise: Configuring Rule Execution Server on WebSphere Application Server

  • Exercise: Configuring Decision Center on WebSphere Application Server

  • Exercise: Using a profile template to configure Rule Execution Server

  • Managing user roles and permissions

  • Exercise: Customizing user access and enforcing security in Decision Center

  • Synchronizing across environments

  • Exercise: Synchronizing across business and development environments

  • Managing deployment

  • Exercise: Managing deployment

  • Administering Rule Execution Server

  • Exercise: Exploring the Rule Execution Server console

  • Using Decision Warehouse to audit ruleset execution

  • Exercise: Auditing ruleset execution through Decision Warehouse

  • Monitoring execution and performance

  • Exercise: Monitoring rule execution and performance

  • Managing baselines and multiple releases

  • Exercise: Managing baselines and multiple releases

  • Configuring Decision Server Events

  • Exercise: Configuring Decision Server Events

  • Administering Decision Server Events

  • Exercise: Administering Decision Server Events

  • Monitoring event execution

  • Exercise 14: Monitoring event execution

  • Course summary





Course Schedule


  • Program Dates:

  • Format: Online