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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. Architectural Overview: Network Deployment IBM Confidential Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 Unit Objectives This unit discusses: Network deployment runtime flow Network deployment concepts and terminology: Cell Node Node agent Deployment manager Network deployment administration flow Managing Web servers with WebSphere Platform messaging overview High availability overview Data replication service overview Name service overview Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 Version 6 Packaging Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 Network Deployment Runtime Flow AppSrv03 AppSrv04 Node B HTTP Server Plug-in HTTP Server Plug-in HTTP Server Plug-in Configuration File Plug-in Configuration File HTTP Server Plug-in HTTP Server Plug-in HTTP Server Plug-in Configuration File Plug-in Configuration File Load Balancer Browser Java Client RMI/IIOP HTTP(S) HTTP(S) HTTP(S) AppSrv01 AppSrv02 Node A HTTP(S) Application Databases Application Databases Application Data Application Data JDBC Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 Network Deployment Concepts V6 Node V6 Application Server V6 Application Server V6 Node V6 Application Server V6 Application Server Cell A node is a logical grouping of application servers Each node is managed by a single node agent process Multiple nodes can exist on a single machine through the use of profiles A deployment manager (DMgr) process manages the node agents Holds the configuration repository for the entire management domain, called a cell Within a cell, the administrative console runs inside the DMgr Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 Managed versus Unmanaged Nodes A managed node is a node that contains a node agent An unmanaged node is a node in the cell without a node agent Enables the rest of the environment to be aware of the node Useful for defining HTTP servers as part of the topology Enables creation of different plug-in configurations for different HTTP servers Copyright IBM Corporation 2005 Network Deployment Administration Flow Web-based administrative console wsadmin command-line client Legend: Commands: Configuration: Cell cfg Node A cfg AppSrv01 cfg AppSrv02 cfg Node B cfg AppSrv03 cfg AppSrv04 cfg MASTER EAR AppSrv04 AppSrv03 Node Agent Admin Services Node B Cell cfg Node cfg AppSrv03 cfg AppSrv04 cfg EAR AppSrv02 AppSrv01 Node Agent Admin Services Node A Cell cfg Node cfg AppSrv01 cfg AppSrv02 cfg EAR Deployment Mgr Web Container Admin App Admin Services RMI/IIOP HTTP(S) Each managed process, node agent, Deployment manager starts with it's own set of configuration files....
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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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