When does class start/end?
Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.
This course is intended for System Administrators and other users responsible for maintaining the IBM TRIRIGA application. Skills Gained - Define the difference between System Administration and...Read More
This course is intended for System Administrators and other users responsible for maintaining the IBM TRIRIGA application.
- Define the difference between System Administration and Application Administration with IBM TRIRIGA
- Describe the different IBM TRIRIGA System user types, their basic use cases and their impact on the system
- Detail each tier of the IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform Architecture and its basic use cases
- Describe the differences between the Application and Process Server and its configurations
- Properly size a system and describe the different aspects and considerations that can affect performance
- Define the difference between the On-Premise and SaaS Models
system analysts; systems administrators; IT help desk; consultants
This unit describes the different IBM TRIRIGA system user types, their basic use cases and their impact on the system, as well as, the difference between System Administration and Application Administration with an IBM TRIRIGA system.
2. System Architecture and Application Server Configuration
This unit details IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform Architecture, typical system configurations, system sizing, and the difference between On-Premise and Software as a Service (SaaS) Models.
3. Installs & Upgrades
This unit describes installations and upgrades from a high-level process and the critical areas of importance for installations, upgrades, support, and compatibility.
4. Database Server Considerations & Administration
This unit discusses database administration, the different database server options, and the aspects to consider when administering the different database servers.
5. Application Server Administration
This unit covers the general topics of Application Server Administration and describes the differences between the supported Application Server options.
6. Web Server Administration
This unit discusses general topics of Web Server Administration and Single Sign-On (SSO) concepts, functionality, and supported configurations.
7. IBM TRIRIGA System Administration
This unit covers how to navigate and use the Administrator Console, the differences between the property files, config files, where to find them, and the purpose of Agents and how to configure them.
8. Tuning IBM TRIRIGA
This unit discusses the areas of importance when tuning the application server, database server, troubleshooting performance problems, and tuning reports and queries.
9. Troubleshooting and Monitoring
This unitc overs how to troubleshoot the system, tools and utilities used during troubleshooting, how to read error logs, and the importance of system health and monitoring with a focus on System Sustainability.