Using WebSphere Extended Deployment V6.0 To Build an On Demand Production Environment

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ISBN-10: 0738496502
ISBN-13: 9780738496504
IBM Form #: SG24-7153-00


Authors: Birgit Roehm, Thomas Erker, Carrie Finneran, Vijay Mann, Kwan-Ming Wan and Peter Wiedeking

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    Abstract

    This IBM Redbooks publication gives a broad understanding of IBM WebSphere Extended Deployment V6.0 , explaining the functions and features while helping you to design and create a solution for your own environment. The following techniques are explained in this book:

    - Using WebSphere Extended Deployment dynamic operations.

    - Distributing workload with the On Demand Router.

    - Using visualization options to display information about the environment.

    - Using WebSphere Partitioning Facility to achieve high-performance.

    - Using ObjectGrid in IBM WebSphere Extended Deployment V6.0 .

    - Adding non-WebSphere Extended Deployment servers to your topology.

    - Configuring a highly available Deployment Manager.

    - Using repository checkpoint/restore to save and restore your configurations.

    - Using Application Edition Manager to install and support application versions.

    This book also provides step-by-step instructions for implementing a sample, multiple-machine environment. We use this environment to illustrate most of the IBM WebSphere Extended Deployment V6.0 features.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. Introduction

    Chapter 1. WebSphere Extended Deployment introduction

    Chapter 2. Redbook sample topology

    Part 2. Dynamic operations

    Chapter 3. Setting up WebSphere Extended Deploymentfor dynamic operations

    Chapter 4. Service policies, work classes, and routing policies

    Chapter 5. On Demand Router

    Part 3. Extended manageability

    Chapter 6. Visualization

    Chapter 7. Health monitoring

    Part 4. High performance computing

    Chapter 8. WebSphere Partitioning Facility

    Chapter 9. ObjectGrid

    Chapter 10. ObjectGrid and WebSphere Partitioning Facility

    Part 5. Scale-out functions

    Chapter 11. Routing requests to non-WebSphere Extended Deployment servers

    Chapter 12. Scale-out administration

    Part 6. Application administration

    Chapter 13. Application Edition Manager

    Appendix A. Trade 6

    Appendix B. Trace-level change script

    Appendix C. Additional material

     

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