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The Practical, End-to-End Guide to WebSphere® Infrastructure Engineering and Technical Management
Companies depend on the IBM® WebSphere platform to deliver mission-critical Web applications and services and to provide the foundation for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). To gain maximum value from WebSphere technologies, organizations must implement comprehensive, integrated best practices for managing their WebSphere infrastructures. In this book, one of the most experienced enterprise WebSphere support managers introduces those best practices and explains exactly how to make the most of them.
Drawing on his tremendous real-world expertise, Ying Ding shows how to maximize the WebSphere platform’s reliability, stability, scalability, and performance for large enterprise systems. You’ll find insightful discussions of each option and strategy for managing WebSphere, including practical guidance on making the right tradeoffs for your environment.
Whether you’re a WebSphere administrator, developer, consultant, support manager, engineer, or architect, this book brings together the information you need to run your WebSphere infrastructure with maximum effectiveness and efficiency.
Chapter 1: Organization Models and Choices 7
Chapter 2: Building a World-Class WebSphere Team Through Hiring and Training 41
Chapter 3: WebSphere Operations Framework 75
Chapter 4: Engagement Challenges 93
Chapter 5: Server Build 121
Chapter 6: Functional and Integration Testing Environment Support 139
Chapter 7: Stress-Testing Environment Support 153
Chapter 8: Production Environment Support 171
Chapter 9: Managing a Production Emergency 195
Chapter 10: System Upgrade and Product Maintenance Management 239
Chapter 11: Critical Work Relationships 261
Chapter 12: Managing the Stability of Large Enterprise WebSphere Systems 283
Chapter 13: WebSphere Engineering Going Forward 303