WebSphere Training In Hyderabad

WebSphere Training In Hyderabad Ameerpet

Have you joined a multinational company, which is using WebSphere in order to streamline some complex workflows and processes? Do you need to be a part of complex integration procedure and with cross-functional systems? In case, the answers to these questions are yes, wait no further and come in direct contact with us. We would like to help you with the best IBM WebSphere training in Hyderabad, which is hard to find these days. Our courses will help you to facilitate some enterprise messaging techniques and also assist in the proficient implementation of the newer version of mobile strategies. All these are now available after going through online courses only.

With such titles, which span around the WebSpace production line, our courses are designed to handle the users like you have wanted. These are mostly used in order to deliver the dynamic form of application infrastructures, which again help in achieving maximum performance and agility services. Ensure to train with us and also help in acquiring expertise and skill with the message transport service. All these messaging transport services run through WebSpace MQ, which helps in a monitor and automate decisions with the reliable IBM decision manager. It also helps you to take full control of the available procedures as related to business process manager.

WebSpace training course content:

Depending on the growing needs and demands of customers, WebSphere Admin training in Hyderabad Ameerpet  is divided into various categories, to match your needs and flexible mindset of people. Please be rest assured to go through the available training course content first, as availed under index section of the admin training and choose the value, accordingly.

Introductory module:

  • More about webSpace family and with various forms of WAS editions
  • J2EE platform and with the new forms under WAS 7.0

Component, architecture, installation and configuration:

  • Base server components and architecture
  • Understanding the server profile
  • WAS ND components and architecture
  • Installation of GUI and silent under WAS UD
  • Management of profiles and cells, clusters and nodes
  • Topologies used for best practices

Administrative consoles:

  • Navigation through the GUI configuration and places where console resides
  • Application server with web server plugs in
  • Configure and installation of web server
  • Single form of cell configurations

Server environments:

  • Multiple and single cell configurations
  • Mixed node versions as related to a cell

Configure and deployment of enterprise applications:

  • Deployment and configuration of enterprise related applications
  • Overview of the said application
  • Set up of resources
  • Web container properties and application server properties
  • EJB container properties

These are some of the reliable online platforms, which you are likely to come across, whenever the main concern lies with WebSphere Application Server Online Training, all waiting for your use. The best part is that you are free from making any mistake, as the courses are designed and provided by none other than professional trainers. Therefore, once you have planned to join hands with us, you can be rest assured on the fact that our services are available from reliable professionals, these days.

All the reputed experts and institutional trainers are well experienced and also trained in offering you with the most classified group of training packages, like you have always wanted. These packages will help both the novices and experts to know more about the right steps to follow and understand; whichever suits their style the most.

Know more about distributed reposition and servers:

The field of distributed servers along with repositions is a vast option and is divided under various parameters, to make the service easily applicable for many. You do not have to gain any expert knowledge beforehand, to avail such promising solutions. From network deployment to the available forms of creating cells, everything is now described within this platform. Moreover, you will also come to know more about federating nodes and with configuration repositories as some of the other values, from best WebSphere training institutes in Hyderabad, like us. Repository services are divided under nodes, cells and servers and with deployment manager, too. The role of job manager, administrative agent, and management of remote web servers are some of the promising areas to deal with.

Topologies and clusters are next best thing:

All our IBM WebSphere online training courses are sub-divided under various categories, for the betterment of clients. If you are willing to know more about topologies and clusters, we have just the right package, waiting for you. Our courses are divided under various modules so that even the distance educators will not find any difficulty while choosing the best course package. Some of the major divisions, under this source, are replication, creation of the cluster, an addition of servers to clusters and even cluster management. On the other hand, you will also get to come in direct contact with vertical scaling, network dispatcher, multi-clustering and horizontal scaling as some of the other values, for you to deal with.

Perfect security for you:

It is an undeniable fact that WebSphere is mostly related to administering security services. From the present overview to the special administrative security, the options are practically endless. You will come to know more about the perfect configuration services with user repositories and registries. Some of the most noteworthy values around this segment are:

  • Customized registry security
  • Local security of the OS level
  • File-based reposition measure of federated values
  • Mapping roles to the groups and users
  • Application security services with SSL administration

Monitoring and troubleshooting solutions:

Knowing well about performance monitoring infrastructure is a major name for you to rely upon, whenever the main concern lies with WebSphere application server training in Hyderabad. With us, you will also get a fair idea on TPV and deal more with the performance monitoring Servlet, as some of the major segments, all waiting for you to deal with. Whether you are looking for console message or planning to get acquainted with the trace facility, the options are more or less endless. Moreover, you will also get to gain information on Log analyzer, as another significant point to follow.

So, wait for no further and star booking for our limited seats, right away! Our courses will help you to become a best software development and even a trainer, in the near future.

Websphere Application Server V8.0 – Course Content

 

WEBSPHERE PRODUCT FAMILY OVERVIEW
a. Websphere Application Server overview and architecture.
b. Differences between Versions, 6.0, 6.1, 7.0 8.0 and 8.5.
c. Product Packaging-Base, Express, and ND.
d. Introduction to Profiles.

WAS INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION

a. H/W and S/W prerequisites.
b. Installation using silent and graphical mode.
c. Installation verification.
d. Creating Profiles using GUI and Silent.
e. Enhancements in V7.0, V8.0, and V8.5.
f. WAS directory structure.
g. Uninstall the WAS.
h. AMT and Liberty Profile.
i.Updates in WAS V8.5

ADMINISTRATIVE CONSOLE

a. Starting Admin Console (AC).
b. AC navigation tree.
c. AC Login, Help, Navigation tree.

FEDERATION AND SYNCHRONIZATION

a. Federation of nodes to DMGR.
b. Synchronization concept and types.
c. Commands to Start/Stop/Sync nodes.

APPLICATION DEPLOYMENT

a.EAR, WAR, JAR, RAR – Install and uninstall.
b. Types of deployment (update, hot, was admin).
c.Application configuration options.
d. Identifying context root and forming URL.
e. Accessing the application from the browser.

WEBSERVER AND PLUGIN

a. Installing and uninstalling Webserver.
b. Various Configuration files in IHS
c. Introduction to Plugin
d. Managed and Unmanaged Webservers.
e. Generate and propagate plugin
f. Configuring IHS to Websphere.
g. Dynamic application reload.
h. Other Webservers – iPlanet.

CLUSTERING AND HIGH AVALIBILITY

a. Concepts of cluster and types.
b. Creating cluster and adding members.
c. Work Load Management (WLM).
d. Session affinity and persistence.
e. Dynamic Clusters and Advantages.

JDBC

a. JDBC configuration.
b. Creating JDBC provider.
c. Creating a data source.
d. Connecting an application to DB.
e. JNDI details and overview.
f. Class loaders in JNDI.

WEBSPHERE MESSAGING

a. The configuration of queues.
b. Connection factories, topics, and destinations.
c. SIB and Introduction to MQ.
d. Adding BUS members.
e. Creating messaging engine.

SECURITY

a. Authentication and Authorization.
b. Configuring global security.
c. LDAP types and configuration.
d. Enabling SSL.
e. Other User registries.
f. Certificates and key management.

PERFORMANCE MONITORING

a. Monitor application server performance.
b. Need for Performance tuning & TPV.
c. Enabling PMI and data collection.
d. Configuring external monitoring tools.

PROBLEM DETERMINATION

a. Different log files.

b. Configuring Log files and setting log levels.

c. Understanding error codes.
d. Enable and Disable TRACE.
e. Generating IBM Heap dump and Thread Dump and JAVA core.
f. Hung thread detection.
g. Overview on Heap and Thread Dump Analyzer.
h. Opening PMR.

INTRODUCTION TO LINUX

a. WAS on different O/S.
b. Mostly used LINUX commands.

WS ADMIN AND SCRIPTING

a. Invoking was the admin.
b. was admin objects (AdminControl, AdminConfig, AdminTask, Help).
c. was admin Vs Admin console.

MIGRATION AND PATCHING

a. Applying fixes, GUI, and Silent modes.
b. Migration.

OVERVIEW ON VARIOUS OTHER TOOLS USED IN REALTIME.

a. Siteminder overview and configuration.
b. WILY Interscope.
c. Control-M and Autosys Schedulers.
c. Various change Management tools.
d. Various ticketing tools used in companies.
e. DAY TO DAY REAL TIME ISSUES IN PRODUCTION.
f. Putty, Connection Manager, WINSCP and ticketing tools.
g. MINI project with Various changes implemented in Production.

INTERVIEW QUESTIONS

a. FAQs on a day to day topics.
b. Weekly Mock interviews.
c. Certification Assistance for Test 000-377.
d. Resume Preparation

AND TELEPHONIC INTERVIEW ASSISTANCE

 

WebSphere Classroom Notes:

MIDDLEWARE FUNDAMENTALS

Soft ware / Hard ware :-

*Human input (Hardware) ————–> Electronic output

*Human input (Software) —————> Electronic input ————> (Hard ware) Electronic output

Ex:- Key board (application) ————> Electronic input ————> (CPU) Electronic output

A1b                                     (a+b)           binary (a1b)(+)           process         a+b =c

NETWORK LAYERS (OST MODEL):-

  1. Application Layer ————-> actual App
  2. Presentation Layer ———–> Display
  3. Session Layer —————–> Session Mgmt
  4. Transport Layer ————–> TCP /IP
  5. Net work Layer —————> WAN /LAN
  6. Data Link Layer —————-> WAN / LAN
  7. Physical Layer —————–> Cables

 Network addressing:-

[App1 ——>P1] ip1 ——-> Http: // ip1: p1/

[App2 —–> P2] ip2——–> Http:// ip2: p2/

[App3 ——>P3] ip3 ——-> Http: // ip3: p3/

Business Enterprise:-

Three types

  1. Soft Ware
  2. WEB SPHERE
  3. WEB LOGIC
  4. LOG NO8
  5. PLATFORM
  6. AIX
  7. WIN SRV 2003
  8. LINUX
  9. INFRA STRUCTURE
  10. RAM
  11. DISK

C.PROCESSOR

VARIOUS ENUIROMNMENTS AND SUPPORT TYPES:-

  1. DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT: Used by the developers and are hosted locally or @ at data anhc. Which is remote?
  2. TESTING ENIVIROMRNT: Created by admins, for the testing team to use the testing includes performance testing and load testing
  3. UAT (User Acceptance Testing): Created and Managed by the Admin team and are used by the client for tasting the changes
  4. STAGE: This environment is an exact replica of production and all managed by Admins. The Admins use this to perform mock /dry runs before moving the infrastructure to Actual production.
  5. PRODUCTION:-This is the Actual like Environment, used by the users this time the application moves to http and the reseats are routed from public DNS

[DEV] ——-> [TEST] —–> [UAT] ——> [STAGE] —–> [PROD]

LEVELS OF SUPPORT:

4 ——> Basic Level support, activities include

*Log file request

*Act. process check

*Prox monitoring

L2 ——> They perform activities on the servers, guided by L3

*Server configuration changes

*Deployments

L3 ——-> They involve in major Level changes and guide the L2 support

  • Server Migrations
  • Production /stage environment settings
  • Data Migrations
  • Handling sex 1 tickets

L4(SME) ——> Subject Matte expert?

know End- to-End about the technology and intra sheet

ARHITECTORE LEVEL (ARCHITECT) —–> Design the production infrastructures

MIDDLEWARE:-

* “Java middleware is any soft component which has an ability to run an application on different tier so that an enterprise is established”

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* The middleware middles between one or more component

* The Application servers are typical examples of middleware component

*Middleware is basically software Layers that lies between the operating system and integrates itself with other application of the same O /S for a standalone – functionality

*Once it is driven to a distributed system, the middleware work in layers and tiers

Services of Middleware Include:-

  • Enterprise application integration
  • Data integration
  • Message-oriented middleware services
  • Object request broker services
  • Enterprise service press (SOA component)

*Common Middleware components:-

  • Application servers
  • Android frame works
  • Gaming engines
  • Radio frequency identifier

APPLICATION SERVER:-

*Application server is a software component, which services the functions of the application which is hosted on the server

* The services includes, security, data service, transactions, and managing large distributed systems

*Java Application servers those, which are mainly developed on Java and used to host and service Java application

Ex: * Web sphere application server –IBM

* Web application server – Oracle (BEA)

*  JBoss application server – Redhat

* Tomcat application server – Apache

* The main function of the application server is to interpret the transactions between the user and the Data base (in simple term)

* The application server consists of container / Environment / Infrastructure to run the dynamic content which flows through the hosted application

*What Qualifies an Application server? (java)

An Application server should do the below mentioned a functions?

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  1. EXECUTE:-A Java-based application server’s primary function is to execute java code, this part is taken care by the JYM
  2. DEPLOY:-An application server should be in a state to deploy the application which needs to be hosted

“Deploying is a process of making the application server target the application classes for execution”

“Hosting is a process of making the application accessible through internet / Internet”

  1. INTEGRATE: A application server should be in a state (or) should integrate the Application with other 3rd party components such as database, message queues, LDAP etc, using Java APl. Such as JDBC, JMS, respectively

 

  1. MANAGE: The application server should provide a feature for the user to manage / control or even configure, the application server. The Administrate should have utilities the control the server runtime operation and perform new configuration

CONTROL OPERATION: Stopping starting server

CONFIGURATION: JDBC configuration, installing SSL etc

WEB SERVER:-

* “Web servers are software components used for displaying static content on the web”

*The Web server, unlike the application server, does not have the ability to deal with Dynamic content.

*The Web server handles the request in an interpreter based model. They handle technologies like JavaScript, PHP, style sheet and are used to display jpegs and flash content

*The Main function of Web server

  1. Authentication: The client side authentication is done by the web server, where authentication is written in Java scripts
  2. Display: The web server holds the static part of the application like HTML, image fig etc.,
  3. Poxy: The web server sometime act as a proxy server, where it mimics the identity of the application server
  4. Request Routing: The web server is used to out the request from the user to the application server
  5. Load balancing: The software level load balancing is dived at the web server by implementing proxy plugin

Some Web server is market:-

*Apache Web server – Apache

IBM Http server – IBM

Sun One – Sun Microsystems

IIs – Micro soft

 

 

 

 

WEB SERVER VS APPLICATION SERVER:-

WEB SERVER                                                      APPLICATION SERVER

  1. Handles interpreter based code      Handles compiler based codes
  2. Handles only static request      Handles dynamic request during sun time
  3. High weight installation      Heavy installations
  4. Have features to load balance, proxy,       Has features to Execute dynamic codes, integrate

Handle heavy client services like flash               with other enterprise components

  1. Handles request on Http / Http protocols Handles request (or) 110p, RMI/ 110p, IMX, LOAP,
    1. SOAP etc.,

Ex: Microsoft –IIS                                                             Ex:-IBM – Web sphere Application server

Apache –Apache Httpd                                                   Oracle – Oracle web logic server

IBM – IBM Http server                                                   REDHAT – JBoss application server

Sun one- Sun one

3-Tier ARCHITECTURE:-

[PRESENTATICN TIER]:   The main function of the tie is to translate task that the user can

Understand

[LOGICAL TIER]:                The Business Logic lies in their tier

[DATA TIER]:      Holds the persistence, where the actual data resides

*The 3 tier architecture resembles the MVC model of Java architecture here the M (Model) resembles the business logic tier, V (View) resembles the presentation ties and, c (control) makes the routing of request / response

* Tie Vs Level:-

A Tier is a logical separation of definite functions / us performed by the application or software

Ex:  string data is a function performed by DB software

Authentication is a function performed by an LDAP software

* A level is a physical separation, where one or more set of functions can be performed in the same level,

Ex:-Web container used to process server left, JSPe and ETB container used to process EJB request beside at the same level of middleware

* The concept of layer and tier all often used interchangeably, However, one fairly common point of view is that there is indeed a difference and that a layer is a logical structuring mechanism for the elements that makes a software solution while a tier is a physical structuring mechanism for system infrastructure

Multi-tier Architecture:-

“Splitting the infrastructure system into multiple logical and physical compartments, which helps in better maintenance and usability”

* The disadvantages of this architecture is

  1. Performance ↓ and tiers ↑
  2. More possibility of connection Errors

N –Tier ARCHITECTURE BIG PICTURE:-

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JAVA:-

* Java is high level, compile based programming language

* Java is Platform independent language, (i.e) it is executed on any operating system

*Java code is executed by JAVA VIRTUAL MACHINE, which is platted form dependent

*JVM is a process which is powered and sniggered by JRE, JAVA RUNTIME ENVIRONMENT

*JRE come as an independent software for all O /S (or) sometimes with JDK, JAVA DEVELOPERS KIT

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*Java was found by SUN MICROSYSTEMS and is an open source technology

*Sun was taken over by ORACLE and now it’s Oracle Java

*JVM provided by different vendors

Sun / ORACLE ———> HOT SPOT [USED BY ALL OPEN SOURCE APPS]

IBM ——————-> CLASSIC [WEB SPHERE PRODUCTS]

BEA / ORACLE ——–> JRDCKIT [USED POR INTEL BASED CPU]

HOW JAVA WORKS?

*Java code is developed with Java extension

Java ——> SOURCE Code human understandable

↓ (complied)

Class ——-> JVM understandable

↓ EXECUTED BY

JVM

*Java application code is divided into modules

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  • Java application file system

PROJECT ———> Java Source ——-> // DEVELOPER MODULES //

WEB CONTENT

  1. Lib // . Jare
  2. WEBINF // deployment descriptor
  3. Images // Image files
  4. Properties // properties files
  5. Static // JS, CSS, etc

*J2EE OVER VIES:-

JAVA —————>  1. J2 SE (Standard Edition)

2.J2 ME (Java mobile Edition)

  1. J2 EE (Enter price Edition)

J2 EE:-

*J2 EE is Java computing platform provides an API and runtime environment for developing and running enterprise software, including net work and Web services.

* J2 EE is an extension of J2 SE + API (Object station mapping, distributed and multi Her-architecture and Web services)

*J2 EE is developed in Java and we XML for configuration.

*J2 EE APl’s

  1. Javax.faces

2.Javax. Faces. component

  1. Javax. Serv let
  2. Javax.enterprise.inject

5.Javax.enter prise .context

  1. Javax.validation

7.Javax.persistance

8.Javax.persistance

9.Javax.transaction

10.Javax. jms

  1. Javx.resources

* API:-Application programming Interface

They are java classes which allow the user to customize the application using these predefined class functions.

*J2EE structure:-

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EAR: Enterprise Archive

WAR: Web Archive

*EAR consists of whole Application

Ex: Google.ear

 

                                                                Google.ear

                                ↙                   ↓                    ↘

                G-mail. War                    google-such.War      google.Docs.war

                       ↓                                                    ↓                                           ↓

                Compose.jar                             search.jar                     vireo doc.jar

                Send.jar                                 Advance-search.jar         abc load.jar

                Delete.jar                           Image-search.jar                Upload.jar

                Inbox.jar                              map-search.jar

* Java Class Loaders:-

*Class loading is a concept of loading all the classes in the RAM use for the application to use during run time

*The class loaders enable the JVM to load classes when the JVM is started

*BASIC Class Loading:

[Bootstrap class Loader]  Parent

Parent [Extension class loader] Child

Child [Application class loader]

*BOOT STRAP CLASS LOADER:-

This is responsible for loading only the core Java libraries under

JAVA – HOME/JE /LIB.This class loading, which is a part of JVM, is written in native code.

Extension ClassLoader:-

It’s responsible for loading the code in extensions due to fires under

JAVA – HOME / je/lib /ext

*Application Class Loader:-

It is responsible for loading the classes from the specified CLASS-PATH of Classes in application

*PARENT- DELIGATION:-

The parent-delegations is an important model of the class loading concept as it signifies the parent class all to be loaded before the child as the child classes need to be recognized by the parents

JAVA VIRTUAL MACHINE-INSIGHT: ARCHITECTURE

*BASIC PARTS OF JVM:

  1. A set of registers
  2. Stock
  3. Execution environment
  4. Garbage –collected heap
  5. Constant pool
  6. Method storage area
  7. Instruction set

*REGISTERS: Registers hold the machine state and are updated after each line of bytecode is executed, to maintain the state

A REGISTER SETS

*FRAME –REFERANCE FRAME

*OPTOP – PROGRAM COUNTER

*VARS– VARIABLE REGISTER

*STACK: JVM uses operand stack to supply parameters to methods and operations and to receive results back from them

*EXEC ENV: Maintained inside the stock as a data set and is used to handle dynamic linking, normal method returns and exception generation

GARBAGE COLLECTION HEAP: Each program running in JRE has GC-heap assigned to it because instances of the class object all allocated memory in this leap, which can buy garbage collection when the reference is removed

*CONSTANT POOL: Each class in the heap has a constant pool associated with it because constant, do not change, they all usually created at compile time

*METHOD AREA: It stores bytecode instruction that all associated with the method in the complied code, and the symbol table the execution environment needs for dynamic liking.

INSTRUCTION SET: Give the regular instructions for the process

JAVA THREAD

*A thread is a series of execution in a program. The JVM follows allows an application to have multiple threads of execution running concurrently.

* Java Language supports the concept of multi-threading, but by default it is not multi-threaded.

*Every thread has a priority thread may or may not be marked as a daemon. When a code running in some thread creates a new thread object the new thread has a priority of the created new thread, and is a demon thread if and only if the creating thread is a demon

Throad1——–>               priority T1 =T2

Thread2 —à if T1 = daemon, T1 = daemon

*When JVM is started. A single non-Daemon thread is created .the thread calls a typical class method by the name “main”

* The JVM continues to execute the thread until

  1. Exact method is called
  2. The non-daemon thread die, either by returning the call to the run method or by throwing the call to the run method or by throwing an exception the propagates beyond the run method

*Each thread has a ‘run’ method which is executed by CPU

* The max priority is to and default priority is 5

Java Threads ——-> 1. User Threads

  1. Daemon threads

* The use of the daemon thread is to assets the user thread

* The user thread is the one which gets created during the JVM start which calls the main method

*Daemon thread perform activities like class loading, compiling etc

Thread States:-

New:-A thread which is not yet started

RUNNABLE: A threading executed in JVM

Blocked: A thread which is blocked, waiting for a monitor lock

Waiting: A thread which is waiting to identify for another thread to perform an action for a specified waiting time

TERMINATED:-A thread that has existed in state

*All the states are JYM thread states, not the OS states

JAVA memory leaks:-

JAVA HEAP: This is the memory that the JVM uses to allocate java objects the max value is –XmX min Xms

*NATIVE MEMORY:-This memory that the JVM uses for its own internal operations. The amount of native memory heap depends on the amount of generated, threads created, memory used during GC of for java objects info and temp space. Used during code generation, optimization etc, if there is a third party native module, if could use native memory

Process size:-

[Process size = Java heap + Native memory + Memory occupied by the loaded executables and lib]

  • How memory leaks happened in Java

Time      ↕ (Class A)   ——–> (Class B)

  1. Class A refers to B
  2. Both occupy memory in heap
  3. Where class A refers Class B / Class A is dead / GC
  4. The Class B should be garbage collected
  5. But still the Class B object remains because it is still being referred
  6. Hence, there will be a memory leak

 

 

TYPES OF MEMORY LEAKS

                ↙           

Native                  JAVA

Memory              Memory

Leak                       Leak

  1. NATIVE MEMORY LEAKS:-

* Native out of Memory error can occur in the native call made by JVM

*Native out of Memory error can occur in the JNI call made by JVM

*Native out of memory error can occur in the by third party native modules like native JDBC chive

  1. JAVA MEMORY LEAK:-

*Java out of memory can occur —–> by excessive use of static valuable contain collection objects

* Instance variables of objects (eg:-session beans, etc) will not get garbage collected until those object remain attached to the pool

*Un intentional object retention occurs when you register a class as a event listener without bothering to un register when the class is no longer needed

*If may occur in the heap is smaller, then the memory foot print of the application

* If the application catches java objects in memory, then we should make sure that this cache is not growing constantly. These should be a limit on the number of objects in cache

*If there are long living objects in applications

*If the finalizer thread is not able to keep up with the number offinalizer objects created by the application threads. Objects having finalize () method are not immediately garbage collected. They are fist queend up in a finalize queues. These are objects are garbage first queued only after finalized calls their finalize () method.

Examples of memory leak:-

*When using data base connections pools in application server. When using connection pools, the JDBC statement and result set objects must be explicitly closed by a finally block. This due to the fact that calling close () on the connection objects from pool will just return the connection objects from pool will simply return the connection back to the pool for re-use and it doesn’t actually close the connection and the associated statement / result set object.

*After use, JNDI context should be closed in a finally block. This will ensure release of resources and will avoid memory leaks.

GARBAGE COLLECTION

“The heap is created on virtual machine start up. Heap storage for objects is e-claimed by an automatic storage management system known as a garbage collector; objects are not explicitly de allocated. The JVM assumes no particular type of automatic storage mgmt system. The storage management techniques may be chosen according to the implementor’s system requirements”

GC operation model is an implicit process of the JVM

OBJECT WFC CYCLE:-

  1. Created
  2. In use (Strongly reachable)
  3. Invisible
  4. Unreachable
  5. Collected
  6. Finalized
  7. Deallocated
  8. Created:-

When an object is created, several things occur

  1. Space is allocated for the objects
  2. Object construction begins
  3. The super class constructor is called
  4. Instance initialize and instance variable are run
  5. The rest of constructor body is executed
  6. In-use:

Objects that are held by at least one strong reverence are considered to be in used from Java 2, 3 kinds of references were introduced

  1. Weak
  2. Soft
  3. Phantom

* Before Java 2 all the references all strong

  1. Soft reference is for implementing memory sensitive caches
  2. Weak references are for implementing mapping that don’t prevent their keys from being
  3. Phantom references are for re scheduling pre-mortem clean up actions is more flexible way than is possible with java finalization mechanism

Going From strongest to weakest

*An object is strongly reachable if some thread can react if without transferring any reference objects

*An objects is softly reachable if is not strongly reachable but can be reached by transverssing weak reference when the weak reference to a weakly reachable objects are cleared, the object becomes eligible for finalization

*An object is phantom reachable if it strongly, softly, weakly not reachable and it has been finalized by some phantom reference refers to it

*An object is unreachable and therefore eligible for reclamation when it is not reachable in any of the follow perceiving ways

  1. INVISIBLE: The object is invisible I there are no strong references (any of 3) referring to it
  2. UNEACHABLE: An object is unreachable when, no more strong references exists when an object is unreachable, It is a consolidate for collection the JVM can delay the collection until these is an immediate need for the memory being consumed by the object
  3. Collected: An object is in collected state when the GC recognized an object unreachable. If the object has a finalize method. Then it is marked for finalization. If not it is moved straight to finalized state
  4. FINALLZD:-An object is in finalized state if it is still unreachable after it finalize method, has been run

JVM: JAVA VIRTUAL MACHINE: GARBAGE COLLECTION: FOR SUN HOTSPOT JVM:-

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  1. YOUNG GENERATION:-

*young generation consists of Eden + from server to server {survivor}

*Objects are initially allocated to Eden. Once the Eden is getting full, the objects are moved to from survivor and then the objects with references are moved to serve the objects are shuffled between the survivors spaces which raw reliable references

* MINDU GC: Whenever Eden becomes full minor GC happens. The valid references are copied from Eden to server, from, from server.

If the two servers are full then the objects are mowed to tenured

*At the end of the minor GC

[* Eden ——-> Totally Empty

* From server ——–> Pot ally Empty

*To server ——–> Full 100 % or at least 80 %

*Tenured ———> Filled with execs objects from to sever]

* So on a who listed view

At End of Minor GC

To sever ——-> From server

From server ——–> To server

They are shifting the active objects from server to server and vice versa for the next cycle .we can limit the movement of objects to endured generation by a parameter Max Tenured threshold: 32 (default)

32 refers to before moving to the levered generation the shifting of survivor spaces happens 32 times

  • The virtual memory of the young generation comes in to picture when the max. of 32 juggles has not happened it will increase the young generation increasing the young generation
  • Minor collection takes place in fraction of a second
  • Survivor Ratio: Survivor ratio should be tuned sock that only long lived objects are promoted to returned are during minor collection

Target survivor Ration = 50 (in % default)

50 means, to server are will be filled only 50% once its dove the objects will be moved to tenured generation

  • If desired, the parameter survivor ratio = 6 (default) is used to run the Survivor spaces, Here 6 means the ratio between the survivor space and Eden space

To server/Eden = from server /Eden =1/6 (Only even number should be used as there are 2 survivor spaces)

  • Some of the default young Gen luring values for SPARC 32 bit system
  • New Ration: 2
  • New Size: 2228K
  • New max size: Not limited [means that calculated value is not limited by Max News; unless New value is passed in command live]
  • Survivor Ratio: 32

 

 

Thumb rules:-

  1. First decided the total amount of memory you can afford to give the virtual machine then own perfumed metric against young generation sizes to find the best selling
  2. Enters you find problems with excess ion major collection or pass time grant plenty of space to young generation
  3. Increasing the young generation becomes counter production at half the total heap or less
  4. Be sure to incases the young generation are you increases the number of processor, since allocation can be parallel sized

[FULL GC = MINOR COLLECTION (Young Generation) + MAJOR COLLECTION (Tenured Generation) + Collection is perm gen]

Primary measure of GC performance:-

  1. Through pat: It is the percentage of total time not spent on GC
  2. Pause: When GC occurs, the application remains un responded

Young generation: ↑     ↓

Throughput        : ↑         ↓

Pause                    : ↑         ↓

[Major GC happens when penuries ava is full

Full GC happens when permanent eve is full]

WEBSPHERE APPLICATION SERVER PRODUCT A PACKAGE:-

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PACKAGES OF EDITION:-

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REQUEST /RESPONSE FLOW

SIMPLE LOGIN SCENARIO: EX MAIL LOG IN

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  1. When the user hits gmail.com, the log in page appears the login page is a static content and the page is popped out from the web server, the request goes through Http / Http(s) protocol
  2. Once the page is appeared, the use enters user-id and password, If the user-id and password are valid values, the vales are accepted

2.1: If the values are valid, this validation I does at the web server end the values are accepted

2.2: If the values are invalid, the validation at the client side is failed and hence an error message is thrown to enter valid values

  1. If the value are valid, the web server accepted the value and the log in request is routed to the plug in
  2. The Plug has the mapping of the visual host and the app server and hence the request is snouted to the app server
  3. Once the request reaches the App server, it is handled by the web container

5.1: Only the normal business logic is handled by web container

5.2: If the request is RJB it is routed again to the EJB container

  1. Once the requests handling is done by the container. It is then routed to the JPBC API. Where the request is converted as the SQL Query which are executed as statements in the application
  2. The query request is passed through the driver manager for the JDBC connection. Once the connection is established the query is fired against the table I the data base
  3. At the data base level, the back end validation happens, the values are validated if they are correct or not, and the response is given back to the application server.
  4. If the values are correct, or correct

9.1: If value is correct, the DB updates a success flag to the app server, which is interpreted by the app server as successful login and the user will be able to logic in.

9.2: If the values are in correct, the DB updates and deciles flag which is interpreted as a login failure and an error msg is populated at the front end, which is displayed to the customer

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WEBSPHERE APPLICATION SERVER VERSION -7

FLEXIBLE MANAGEMENT BIG PICTURE:-

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*CELL:-A Cell is a logical grouping of a DMGR, Node agents and application server instances

NODES:-A node is a logical representation of a physical box. The node is a part of the cell, if the server in the node is a managed server, “Managed servers are those servers which administration is performed by DMGR”

*NODE GROUPS: Grouping of nodes is called as node groups

*A node can be a number of more numbers of node groups

*A Node can also be number of more number of node groups

*We can’t delete node from all the node groups

*A node group can only contain “Managed Nodes”

*A Managed Node must be under one or more number of node groups

*SERVER PROCESSES:-DMGR, NODE AGENT, APPLICATION SERVER, ADMIN AGENT, JOB MANAGER.

*All the above mentioned 5 are server process of JVM, but the constraint is that only

Application server process has the able to deploy as application which is custom

PROFILES:

* The concept of profiling was introduced with version of WAS ND

* Profiles are physical file structures which separates the product binaries from there was configurations.

* Every installation of the Web sphere ND will contain a folder by the name “Profile”. The contents insides the folder are the application (EAR), server configurations and control commands, Log files

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* Each web sphere application server installation can have or more profile types

* Each profile consists of the environment for the application server to execute they contain the configuration repositories, which include XMLS, properties files and other configurations

* Each profiles follows a define folder stricter, which defines the structure of the cell

Profiles/<profile name/ config / cells/ cell Name / nodes / nose name / server / server Name

* The main advantage of the profiles is that, it separates the product binaries from the configuration, thee by making the product binaries separate and reversed to create configuration (or) new environments

(i.e) the was soft ware needs to be installed once on the physical prox and from that environment we can exacted, any number of profiles

*The new feature of was 7 is the introduction of new concepts called the job manager process and the admin agent process as a part of flexible management

Types of profiles:-

  1. Application server profile: contains a single instance of application server which is stand aloe. This server can later be added to the cell by the process of FEDERATION.
  2. Custom profile:-The custom profile contains a node agent, (ie) it has a no application server instance, but the profile is already a part of the cell, so only a sever needs to be created and does not need to federate.
  3. Deployment Manage profile: The deployment manager profile consists of a deployment manager instance
  4. Cell profile: A cell profile contains a DMGR+ Node Agent+ server created
  5. Administrative Agent profiles: A administrative agent profile is created on the same node as the stands alone server, and can manage only server on that node the servers can be managed using the

Admin console of the administrative agent

  1. Job Manager Profiles: Job manager profile consists is a job manager process, A DMGR (o) Admin Agent can be registered to a job manager to be a part of flexible management

* The main use of the job manager is to queue jobs to application servers in a flexible management. These queerer jobs are pulled from the job manager by the administrative agent and distributed to approximate servers.

*The units of works that ladled by the flexible management environment as known as jobs. The semen tics of these jobs are typically straight fare ward, and the jobs request few parameters

*The jobs are processed asynchronously and can law an activation time, expiry time a recurrence indicator email notifications can also be specified.

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WEB SPHERE APPLICATION SERVER.7.0

INSTALLATION PORTS/ SERVER PORTS:-

  1. BOOST STRAP-ADDRESS
  2. CSN2-SSL-MUTUALAUTH-LISNER-ADDREDD*
  3. CSN2-SSL-SERVERAVTH-LISTENER-ADDREDD*
  4. DATA POWER MGR –INBOUND-SECURE
  5. DCB –UNICAST –ADDRESS*
  6. DRS-CLIENT-ADDRESS
  7. ORB –LISTENER-ADDRESS
  8. ORB-SSL-LISTENER-ADDREDD
  9. SAS- SSL-SERVER AUTH –LISTENER-ADDRESS
  10. SIB-ENDPOINT-ADDRESS
  11. SIB-ENDPOINT-SECURE-ADDRESS*
  12. SIB-MQ-ENDPOINT-ADDRESS*
  13. SIB-MQ-END POINT-SECURE-ADDRESS
  14. SOAP-CONNECTOR-ADDRESS
  15. WE-ADMINHAST*
  16. WE-DEFAULT HOST-SECURE
  17. WE-DEFAULT HOST*
  18. WE-DEFAULT HOST-SECURE*

 

[2 ports: Hosting

3ports: Security

2ports: JMS

2ports: Bus

1ports: SOAP

1ports: Data power

2ports: ORB

1ports: Boot strap

1port: DCS

1port: DRS]

  1. BOOSTRAP-ADDRESS: Used for server start up

Default: 9809

Accepted values: 1-65536

  1. CSN2-SSL Ports: Used for security CSN services

DefaultLMutual Auth): 9402

(SERVER AUTH): 9403

Accepted values: 1-65536

  1. DATAPOWER APP SECURITY PORT: Used for data power application secure connection

Default: 5555

Accepted values: 1-65536

  1. We administrative port: used for DMGR console

Default: (Http): 9060

: (Http): 9043

Accepted value: 1-65036

  1. Http / Http(s) transport port: used for application Hosting

Default: (Http): 9080

: (Https): 9443

Accepted values: 1-65536

  1. SAS-SSl port: Used for SAS protocol

Default: 9401

Accepted values: 1-65536

  1. DCS port: Used for distribution continues services (HAM service)

Default: 9352

Accepted value: 1-65536

  1. ORB Listener port: Used for RM1 /110p protocol

Default :(Http): 9100

Accepted value: 1-65536

  1. SOAP connector pot: Used for object connection like JDBC, sJMX etc

Default: 8879

Accepted values: 1-65536

  1. MQ ports: used for MQ both secure and Non-secure
  2. SIP service ports: Single port
  3. IPC connector ports: Single Post

 

 

 

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