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Unformatted text preview: Welcome to: Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 Course materials may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the prior written permission of IBM. Profiles and Federating Cells IBM Confidential Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 Unit Objectives After completing this unit, you should be able to: Describe WebSphere Application Server cell concepts Describe the installation process for creating profiles Verify the installation of profiles Describe the directories and configuration files for WebSphere profiles Add a WebSphere Application Server node to a cell Explain the difference between managing a stand-alone server and a cell Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 WebSphere Cells A WebSphere cell defines administrative domain Available in WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment Deployment manager provides centralized administration of all resources in the cell Created as a profile Nodes run application components in application servers WebSphere Application Server base nodes can be added to a cell Node 1 App Server Node Agent Node 2 App Server Node Agent Deployment Manager Cell App Server App Server Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 WebSphere Application Server Types Application Server Provides the functions that are required to support and host user applications Runs on only one node, but one node can support many application servers Node agent Created and installed when a node is federated Works with the deployment manager to perform administrative activities on the node Deployment manager Administers multiple application servers from one centralized manager Works with the node agents on each node to manage all the servers in a distributed topology Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 Network Deployment Concepts A node is a logical grouping of servers Each node is managed by a single node agent process Each node is defined within a profile A deployment manager (DMgr) process manages the node agents Holds the configuration repository for the entire management domain, called a cell Administrative service runs inside the DMgr The deployment manager is defined within a profile V6 Node V6 Application Server V6 Application Server V6 Node V6 Application Server V6 Application Server Cell Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 WebSphere Profiles Overview WebSphere files are split into two components: Product files Set of shared read-only static files or product binaries shared by any functional instance of the WebSphere Application Server product Configuration files (profiles) Set of user-customizable data files, called a profile Files include: WebSphere configuration, installed applications, resource adapters, properties, log files, and so forth WebSphere Product Files Profiles-AppSrv01-AppSrv02 ....
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2012 for the course COMPUTER S a303 taught by Professor None during the Spring '11 term at BEM Bordeaux Management School.

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