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Course Description


Server Administration

Course 96182  |  CEUs:  1.2  |  2 days
US $1800  Canada $1800

Class Schedule
Start Date End Date Start Time Time Zone Location
October 1st, 2018October 2nd, 201809:30 AMESTOnlineClosed
November 5th, 2018November 6th, 201809:30 AMESTOnlineEnroll
November 12th, 2018November 13th, 201809:30 AMMSTOnlineEnroll
December 10th, 2018December 11th, 201809:30 AMESTOnlineEnroll
March 11th, 2019March 12th, 201909:30 AMESTOnlineEnroll

    Release 8.2.02

    This Server Administration course will show you how to configure an adapter server, techniques for balancing performance and resource utilization using the Server Web Console, debugging and diagnostic tips and techniques, and how to control your server environment on a daily basis.  You will also learn to implement security models to protect and manage privileges based on user role.

    You will learn how to:

    • Visually and conceptually understand the iWay server architecture
    • Navigate the Web Console
    • Customize the Web Console appearance including different languages
    • Configure an adapter server
    • Manage adapter server operations on a daily basis
    • Configure a data source and set up metadata for an adapter server
    • Create user and service profiles and how to use them
    • Understand role of different configuration files
    • Troubleshoot and solve problems
    • Tune your adapter server for efficient performance
    • Analyze and trace (log) server activity
    • Secure the reporting server Web Console and manage privileges

    You will also review:

    • Adding and configuring a remote server
    • Adding a server node using the WebFOCUS Client
    • Creating custom monitor page

    Who should take this class:

    This course is for server and application administrators who are working with a WebFOCUS Reporting Server, or an iWay DataMigrator Server.

    

    Also available as eGuide

     

    Prerequisites:

    General knowledge of server functionality as every server administrator should have by default.

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