IBM WebSphere Application Server V6.1 on the Solaris 10 Operating System

An IBM Redbooks publication

Published 05 March 2008

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ISBN-10: 0738485993
ISBN-13: 9780738485997
IBM Form #: SG24-7584-00
(492 pages)

Authors: Philip Monson, Albert Leigh, Dileep Kumar, Ilari Ahtiainen, Dennis Martins, Joe Reinwald

Abstract

This IBM Redbooks publication tells the reader how to run WebSphere Application Server V6.1 on the Sun Solaris 10 Operating System. While WebSphere Application Server is platform-independent, each platform it runs on requires some additional platform-specific knowledge and configuration in order to ensure it operates efficiently and at maximum capability.

Our primary focus is to explain the installation, configuration, and best practices for deployment and performance tuning of WebSphere Application Server in the Solaris environment. We take you through all the steps required to run WebSphere Application Server on Solaris 10, including installing WebSphere Application Server and Solaris, tuning the operating system and application server, security, administrative tasks, problem determination, and advanced topologies.

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction to WebSphere Application Server V6.1 on Sun Solaris 10
Chapter 2. Configuring a Solaris environment for WebSphere Application Server
Chapter 3. Installation of WebSphere Application Server for Solaris 10
Chapter 4. Installation of WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment for Solaris 10
Chapter 5. Configuration of WebSphere Application Server in an advanced Solaris 10 Environment
Chapter 6. Management and maintenance of WebSphere Application Server on the Solaris Operating System
Chapter 7. Advanced topologies
Chapter 8. Security and identity management
Chapter 9. WebSphere Application Server performance tuning on Solaris 10
Chapter 10. Problem determination
Appendix A. WebSphere Application Server V6.0.2 considerations
Appendix B. Sun Solaris 8 Migration Assistant
Appendix C. Additional material

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