IBM WebSphere Appliance Management Center for WebSphere Appliances

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Published on 19 April 2013

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ISBN-10: 0738437913
ISBN-13: 9780738437910
IBM Form #: SG24-8026-00


Authors: Earl Ashley, Fernando Ewald, Dr. Chris Poole and Pablo Sanchez

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    Abstract

    IBM® WebSphere® Appliance Management Center for WebSphere Appliances simplifies the management and monitoring of environments that consist of multiple IBM WebSphere DataPower® Appliances. This web-based application provides centralized multi-appliance administration to support daily WebSphere DataPower Appliance operation. WebSphere Appliance Management Center for WebSphere Appliances provides the following key services:

    • Centralized firmware management
    • Disaster recovery
    • Domain and service configuration
    • Configuration life cycle deployment
    • Monitoring multiple appliances, collecting key metrics, and presenting them in a central location

    This IBM Redbooks® publication helps administrators of WebSphere DataPower Appliances to perform daily administration tasks by using WebSphere Appliance Management Center. The topics in this book include health monitoring of an environment, disaster recovery (secure backup and restore), firmware management, and environment promotion. This book also includes best practices, tips and techniques, and general recommendations for administrators of WebSphere DataPower Appliance deployments.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introduction to WebSphere Appliance Management Center

    Chapter 2. Administration fundamentals

    Chapter 3. Disaster recovery

    Chapter 4. Firmware management

    Chapter 5. Managing domains and services

    Chapter 6. Managing the software development lifecycle

    Chapter 7. Effective monitoring of WebSphere DataPower Appliances

    Chapter 8. Troubleshooting

     

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