IBM WebSphere Portal Certification Training Course


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IBM WebSphere Portal Online Training is a kit of software products which helps businesses to build applications or integrate applications, databases and systems built in-house with any third party applications procured for various business functions with each other easily and quickly. It’s called enterprise architecture integration (EAI)/middleware solution.

IBM WebSphere Portal Certification is a set of software tools that enables companies to build and manage web portals. IBM WebSphere Portal Courses provides a single access point to web content and applications, while delivering differentiated, personalized experiences for each user. Core enterprise portal services such as role-based access to applications and content, search, personalization and security features.

Benefits of Attending IBM WebSphere Portal Training

IBM WebSphere Portal is a set of software tools that enables companies to build and manage web portals.It provides a single access point to web content and applications, while delivering differentiated, personalized experiences for each user.WebSphere Application Server is an IBM software product that as the name says perform the role of an Application Server. It’s called enterprise architecture integration (EAI)/middleware solution.

Middleware acts as bridge between various applications and databases to pass real-time messages on actions rapidly without manual intervention at high speed with minimum down times and risk.

IBM WebSphere Portal has the following key features:

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  • Introduction to Portal Administration
  • Overview of Installation
  • Options and Impact
  • WebSphere Portal software stack and architecture
  • WebSphere Portal and the WebSphere application server
  • Navigating and managing WebSphere Portal 7.0
  • Creating pages and page management
  • Portlet Deployment
  • Page hierarchy and portlets
  • The Portal Framework
  • Benefits of Implementing a Portal
  • IBM WebSphere Portal
  • Portal Terminology
  • Reasons for Implementing a Portal
  • Overview of role-based security
  • Defining portal resources security mechanism
  • Blocking propagation and role inheritance
  • Access control settings
  • Granting privileges
  • Creating anonymous pages
  • Traversal
  • Securing your portal page hierarchy
  • Page Builder theme and a wiki or blog
  • Adding a wiki or blog to a page
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  • Purging wiki/blog content
  • Assigning access to the wiki or blog
  • Tag clouds
  • Public, private, personal, and community tags
  • Statistics
  • Personalization Rules
  • Enterprise Database Alternatives
  • Benefits of Splitting the Configuration Database
  • Administering the portal using attribute-based techniques
  • Defining attribute-based administration
  • Creating and managing visibility rules
  • Virtual portals and multiple realms
  • VMM realm configuration files
  • Creating a realm
  • Creating a virtual portal
  • Scoped and non-scoped resources
  • Virtual portal provisioning script
  • IBM Syndicated Feed Portlet
  • Feeds
  • Defining Mashups and iWidgets
  • Integrating mashups

Comparing search options

Working with WebSphere Portal search

  • Portlet clients
  • Web clippings
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  • URL mapping
  • Custom names
  • Monitoring portal usage
  • Active Site Analytics for user behavior analysis
  • Client-side aggregation versus server-side aggregation
  • Portal customization and branding

Options, methods, and sources for installing WebSphere Portal

Configuring WebSphere Portal

  • Working with the ConfigEngine and the Configuration Wizard
  • Configuring the database
  • Using profiles
  • How LDAP-based authentication
  • Portal security
  • Network deployment overview
  • Creating a cell
  • Federating and clustering a WebSphere Portal node
  • Managing a WebSphere Portal cluster
  • Troubleshooting
  • Tools for troubleshooting


  • The XML configuration interface for WebSphere Portal
  • Examples of when to use XML Access
  • Production topologies
  • Building a development- and a production-ready deployment
  • Reducing single points of failure
  • Enabling redundancy for configuration data
  • Evaluating data requirements
  • Database split options
  • Configuring databases for failover
  • Capacity planning considerations
  • Web Services for Remote Portlets



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