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Školení: ECR-2307

Sun Java System Web Server 6.1: Administration and Maintenance

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The Sun Java System Web Server 6.1: Administration and Maintenance course provides students with the skills necessary to administer and maintain the Sun Java System Web Server 6.1.Students who can benefit from this course:Web server administrators, Internet Service Provider (ISP) staff supporting virtual hosting, technical support engineers, and professional services consultants or developers who need to know more about the Sun Java System Web Server (Web Server) platform

Vstupní předpoklady:

  • Use the Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS) command-line utilities and text editors
  • Use and configure settings for a web browser, and connect to hosts using Internet protocols, in particular Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), SSL
  • Edit files created with a markup language structure, such as Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Extensible Markup Language (XML)

Co se u nás naučíte:

  • Install the Java System Web Server 6.1 Software (Web Server) and perform basic administration and configuration tasks
  • Configure and deploy applications on the Web Server Software
  • Administer advanced HTTP features on the Web Server
  • Implement security for the Web Server
  • Monitor and troubleshoot the Web Server
  • Administer and use tools provided with the Web Server


Web Server Features

  • Describe Web Server features
  • Describe core features
  • Describe application-related features
  • Describe administrative features

Web Server Architecture

  • Explain the Web Server architecture
  • Explain the default components of each server instance
  • Explain how the Web Server supports multiple web server functionality based on multiple IP addresses
  • Explain how the Web Server supports multiple web server functionality based on a single IP address
  • Explain how the Web Server processes client requests

Installing the Web Server

  • Describe the platform, hardware, and browser requirements for installing the Web Server
  • Describe the users and permissions required for installation
  • Describe the installation options
  • Install the Web Server
  • Describe the express installation
  • Describe the default directory structure after an installation
  • Describe the Web Server instances and their directories
  • Describe the methods to verify a successful installation

Web Server Configuration Files

  • Describe how the Web Server uses configuration files
  • Describe the magnus.conf file
  • Describe the server.xml file
  • Describe the obj.conf file
  • Describe the mime.types file
  • Describe the other configuration files
  • Describe configuration precautions, configuration types, and the restoration process

Administering the Web Server

  • Describe administration concepts
  • Access and identify the interfaces in the Administration Server
  • Describe and access the command-line interface
  • Describe the features and syntax of administrative utilities and scripts
  • Describe manual configuration file editing
  • Reset the administration password
  • Use clusters for remote administration
  • Manage logs and server content

Configuring Virtual Servers

  • Describe server instances
  • Describe virtual servers and their benefits
  • Describe virtual server concepts
  • Describe the precedence of virtual server settings
  • Describe the HttpServerAdmin utility
  • Describe the role of the server.xml file
  • Describe Quality of Service
  • Describe virtual server administrators

Configuring and Using J2EE Web Components

  • Describe Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) web applications
  • Describe Java Technology Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP)
  • Describe and configure J2EE web application resources
  • Describe the web application content
  • Describe J2EE web application deployment concepts and methods
  • Describe session management
  • Describe web services
  • Describe the JWSDP plugin

Creating Dynamic Content Through Scripting

  • Describe Common Gateway Interface (CGI) programs
  • Enable and configure CGI support
  • Describe server-side scripting languages
  • Describe Java System Active Server Pages support
  • Install and configure Java System Active Server Pages support
  • Describe PHP Hypertext Processor (PHP)
  • Install and configure PHP support

Configuring and Using WebDAV

  • Describe Web-based Distributed Authoring and Learning (WebDAV), its properties, and uses
  • Enable WebDAV
  • Create a WebDAV collection
  • View locks on WebDAV resources
  • Describe and enable WebDAV access control

Implementing NSAPI filters

  • Describe Netscape Server Application Programming Interface (NSAPI) and Server Application Functions (SAF)
  • Describe NSAPI filters
  • Describe and configure HTTP compression

Configuring SSL

  • Describe security concerns
  • Describe the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol, cryptography, and certificates
  • Describe the SSL handshake process and how trust is verified between clients and servers
  • Enable and configure SSL on the Web Server

Configuring Access Control

  • Describe access control, its purpose, requirements, and options
  • Describe how the Web Server implements access control
  • Describe the use of access control lists and user-group authentication types supported by the Web Server
  • Describe the role of a directory server in Web Server access control
  • Describe how dynamic access control files can be used

Configuring J2EE Web Application Security

  • Describe J2EE web applications security and terminology
  • Describe J2EE user authentication methods
  • Describe J2EE role-based authorization
  • Describe Web Server support for J2EE security
  • Describe Web Server authentication methods
  • Describe how to configure security realms for authentication
  • Describe how to configure security role mapping
  • Describe how to configure single sign-on across J2EE web applications

Monitoring Performance

  • Describe the built-in monitoring capabilities of the Web Server
  • List operating system commands and tools that are used to monitor the Web Server
  • Explain how you can use SNMP to monitor the Web Server
  • List other available monitoring tools
  • Explain how the Web Server uses Quality of Service (QoS) to set performance limits

Troubleshooting Problems With the Web Server

  • List problem categories and common problems pertaining to the Web Server
  • Use a problem solving checklist to isolate problems

Configuring and Using the Search Engine

  • Describe the search capabilities included with the Web Server
  • List the changes to search functionality since the previous release of the Web Server
  • Enable search for a virtual server
  • Describe, create, update, and maintain collections
  • Search for content and view the search results
  • Describe custom search settings

Implementing the Reverse Proxy Plugin (RPP)

  • Describe the RPP
  • Describe how to install the RPP
  • Describe how to configure the Web Server to use the RPP
  • Describe how to troubleshoot the RPP

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