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WebSphere for z/OS Version 8 Implementation (ES68G)



Experienced OS/390 and z/OS system programmers responsible for the installation and customization of WAS V6, along with Information Technology (IT) professionals responsible for the deployment of EJB and Web applications into WAS V6 on z/OS.

Teams of two or three individuals from an enterprise are recommended to attend. Teams should include the OS/390 or z/OS system programmer responsible for the installation of WAS V6, an application assembler responsible for deploying EJB and Web applications, and possibly a WAS specialist. The range of skills needed for deploying WebSphere e-business applications is such that it is rare for one IT professional to have expertise in all areas of WebSphere


Experience with the installation and customization of OS/390 or z/OS and its subsystems, including WLM, TCP/IP, UNIX Services, and the Security Server (Resource Access Control Facility (RACF)), or equivalent product.

This course, just as the WAS V6 product does, assumes that the initial z/OS infrastructure basics have already been implemented, including WLM Goal Mode, RRS, and the System Logger. The basic implementation of these z/OS subsystems or functions are not covered in this course. Individuals who need training in the implementation of the prerequisite subsystems and functions should consider completing other appropriate courses in the curriculum prior to attending this course.

  • Introducing z/OS Unix System Services !IB-OP05D0DE


  • Understand the basics of object-oriented applications, EJBs and the J2EE standard runtime environment
  • Prepare the base z/OS environment, including all system prerequisites
  • Plan for and configure the WAS V6 runtime environment using the supplied z/OS Profile Management tool (ZPMT) workstation application
  • Design and implement a complete server security scheme for WAS V6 on your z/OS system
  • Customize your WAS V6 runtime on z/OS
  • Set up and run the Installation Verification Test (IVT)
  • Deploy an EJB application and a Web application into your new WAS V6 runtime using the systems management administrative functions
  • Configure and manage Network Deployment, including a Deployment Manager and Node Agents
  • Configure web-based topologies for WAS V6 using the IBM HTTP Server on z/OS together with the WebSphere plug-in
  • Install and configure an the Apache-based web server on z/OS to host the WebSphere for z/OS plug-in
  • Configure and use a web server node in WebSphere to assist managing the web server plug-in file
  • Describe the main components and infrastructure of the WebSphere for z/OS web services run time environment
  • Describe the main components and infrastructure of the WebSphere for z/OS java messaging run time environment
  • Plan for the monitoring of performance in your new WAS V5 runtime
  • Plan for the modification of the installation security configuration necessary to support J2EE application security


  • Overview of EJBs, the WAS V6 runtime environment, and server structure
  • Configuration and naming planning in a single system environment and in a multiple system environment
  • z/OS infrastructure setup: UNIX Services, Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), and Resource Recovery Services (RRS)
  • z/OS customization: Workload Manager (WLM) and security
  • Utilize the z/OS Profile Management Tool (zPMT) application to generate the WAS V6 customization job streams and build the initial runtime environment
  • Utilize the systems management functions via the WebSphere admin tool to define servers and manage the topology
  • Define and manage a Network Deployment environment, including a Deployment Manager and Node Managers
  • Set up and run the IVT
  • EJB application assembly and deployment
  • Web application assembly and deployment
  • Utilize the IBM HTTP Server and WAS plug-in's in conjunction with WAS V6
  • Install the IBM Apache web server on z/OS as an alternative to IBM HTTP Server for z/OS V5.3
  • technical introduction to
  • J2EE application security
  • Web Services
  • JMS server
  • Java Connection Architecture
  • Enabling 64-bit application servers
  • Using zAAP processors for WebSphere applications
  • Cluster performance/availability measures
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  • Schweiz: CHF 4'100.-
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