WebSphere 5.0 Services and Resource Components

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.


To demonstrate how to plan and implement WebSphere services and resource components

Target Audience

Those wishing to qualify as an IBM Certified System Administrator for WebSphere Application Server 5.0; this Certified System Administrator is expected to perform the installation, configuration, and day-to-day tasks associated with ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of a WebSphere runtime environment, including product installation, configuration, and deployment of J2EE applications, connecting to back-end resources, and basic troubleshooting


A good understanding of the J2EE application model, e.g., EJBs, JSP, HTTP sessions, and servlets; a good understanding of J2EE 1.2 and J2EE 1.3 technologies, e.g. JDBC, JMS, JNDI, JTA, and JAAS; a good understanding of HTTP server administration; good system administration experience of operating systems, e.g. Windows NT/2000, UNIX, z/OS, OS/400, and Linux; a good understanding of basic Internet concepts, e.g. firewalls, web browsers, TCP/IP, SSL, and HTTP; a good understanding of standard markup languages such as XML and HTML; a basic knowledge of Web services, e.g. SOAP, UDDI, and WSDL; a basic knowledge of bean scripting framework languages; an ability to describe differences between the various WebSphere Application Server 5.0 editions

Expected Duration

200 min.

Course Objectives

WebSphere 5.0 Services and Resource Components

  • determine the design considerations for planning a queuing network.
  • select the characteristics of name spaces in WebSphere.
  • identify the concerns for configuring and accessing name bindings in WebSphere.
  • identify the concerns for addressing queuing networks and name bindings in WebSphere.
  • identify the components and features of asynchronous messaging and the JMS.
  • select statements that explain how WebSphere implements the J2EE specifications in relation to asynchronous messaging.
  • identify the features of WebSphere base and Network Deployment configurations that use the embedded JMS provider.
  • identify the concerns when implementing an external JMS provider.
  • implement JMS providers in a given scenario.
  • select a JMS configuration in a given scenario.