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A Self Help Guide for IBM WebSphere Portal 6

[This article is sponsored by Peningo Systems, Inc., a provider of WebSphere Consulting Services on a nationwide basis. For more information on Peningo Systems, please go to the Peningo WebSphere Consultants page ]

IBM has recently release a Redpaper Draft titled “The IBM WebSphere Portal 6 Self Help Guide “.  We at Peningo Systems strongly recommend The IBM WebSphere Portal 6 Self Help Guide as a must have resource for WebSphere Portal Consultants, IT Architects and Administrators throughout the life cycle of a WebSphere Portal environment - from conception and planning to use and maintenance.

This Draft Redpaper focuses on considerations for the optimal configuration and use of WebSphere Portal Server. The authors provide you with the information you need to deploy and manage your WebSphere Portal infrastructure, with the goal of problem avoidance. However if issues occur the reader is introduced to the various tools and techniques for problem determination and problem solving, including obtaining and installing fixes, how to contact support, and what type of information you should provide before engagement.

The contents of the paper include:

Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Architecture & Planning
Chapter 3. WebSphere Portal Installation
Chapter 4. WebSphere Portal Security
Chapter 5. WebSphere Portal Runtime and Services
Appendix A. Using IBM Tools to Find Solutions and Promote Customer Self-help
Appendix B. Maintenance - Fix Strategy, Backup Strategy, and Migration Strategy


To view the Redpaper Draft in PDF, please go to the link below:



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