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PeopleSoft PeopleTools Installation & Server Admin. Rel 8.50

5 jours - 35 heures

Objectifs

Describe the PeopleSoft Pure Internet Architecture and its implications for system design and implementation Describe and install middleware components, PeopleSoft environment, and PeopleSoft databases Create, configure, and administer the application server domains Install and configure the PIA web components Describe, create, and administer the PeopleSoft batch server environment Use monitoring tools to observe, troubleshoot, and tune the PIA environment Design and construct a PeopleTools implementation Install PeopleBooks

Participants

Administrateurs de base de données Concepteurs de base de données Consultant Technique Administrateurs Web Analystes système

Prérequis

Cours pré-requis conseillé(s): Experience working with and configuring servers Basic understanding of Enterprise PeopleTools PeopleSoft PeopleTools II Rel 8.50 - LVC

Pédagogie

La pédagogie est basée sur le principe de la dynamique de groupe avec alternance d'apports théoriques, de phases de réflexion collectives et individuelles, d'exercices, d'études de cas et de mises en situations observées. Formation / Action participative et interactive : les participants sont acteurs de leur formation notamment lors des mises en situation car ils s'appuient sur leurs connaissances, les expériences et mettront en œuvre les nouveaux outils présentés au cours de la session.

Profil de l’intervenant

Consultant-formateur expert. Suivi des compétences techniques et pédagogiques assuré par nos services.

Moyens techniques

Encadrement complet des stagiaires durant la formation. Espace d’accueil, configuration technique des salles et matériel pédagogique dédié pour les formations en centre. Remise d’une documentation pédagogique papier ou numérique à échéance de la formation.

Méthodes d’évaluation des acquis

Exercices individuels et collectifs durant la formation. La feuille d’émargement signée par demi-journée ainsi que l’évaluation des acquis de fin de stage sont adressées avec la facture.

Programme

Course Overview

Installing and Configuring PeopleSoft Internet Architecture

Installing the PeopleSoft Internet Architecture

Using the web server administrative console

Configuring the browser connection

Locating and modifying web server configuration files to change web server behavior

Installing multiple PeopleSoft applications

Using load balancing and fail-over features in PeopleSoft applications

Examining the Batch Environment

Identifying batch components

Describing batch process flow

Determining batch server locations

Setting Up and Configuring the Batch Environment

Creating batch servers

Modifying batch server configuration settings

Starting and stopping the Process Scheduler

Creating a new Process Scheduler server definition

Configuring Report Distribution and Monitoring the Batch Environment

Launching processes

Using the Process Monitor

Describing Report Manager

Configuring the report purge process

Describing automated report distribution

Managing and Troubleshooting an Implementation

Summarizing PeopleSoft troubleshooting tools

Examining PeopleSoft server log files

Listing troubleshooting tools available after installation

Setting Up the Environment Management Framework

Describing the Environment Management Framework (EMF) architecture

Installing and configuring the Environment Management agent components

Using the Environment Management clients with the EMF

Using PeopleSoft Performance Tools

Describing Performance Monitor architecture

Activating a self-monitoring Performance Monitor system

Accessing Performance Monitor information

Using PeopleSoft Ping (PSPING)

Tuning an Implementation

Defining tuning layers

Evaluating application server settings to improve performance

Creating dedicated Integration Broker servers

Tuning a batch environment

Load balancing with the Master Scheduler

Installing and Configuring PeopleBooks

Installing PeopleBooks

Configuring access to PeopleBooks

Course Workshop

Hands-on practice to set up a distributed environment

Technology Overview

Describing the functions of PeopleSoft PeopleTools in PeopleSoft applications

Describing PeopleTools in an implementation

Describing how to find information about PeopleSoft PeopleTools in PeopleBooks

Course Review

Describing PeopleSoft Architecture

Describing the development of multi-tier processing

Describing the PeopleSoft Pure Internet Architecture

Describing how PeopleSoft uses databases

Contrasting PeopleSoft servers

Discussing PeopleSoft clients

Designing a configuration for an application

Installing the PeopleSoft Environment

Preparing for the installation of the PeopleSoft environment

Describing PeopleSoft installation tools

Building a PeopleTools installation

Setting up installation workstations

Testing an installation and planning for future changes

Installing PeopleSoft Databases

Describing PeopleSoft databases

Preparing for database installation

Summarizing database creation steps

Determining what databases to install

Running the database configuration wizard

Creating databases using Data Mover and other PeopleTools

Performing post database installation testing

Installing Tuxedo and Jolt

Explaining middleware

Summarizing Tuxedo in the PeopleSoft system

Installing Tuxedo

Removing and upgrading Tuxedo

Creating and Configuring Application Server Domains

Describing the elements of application server domains

Explaining domain server processes and functions

Using specialized domains

Working with PS_HOME and PS_CFG_HOME

Creating an initial domain configuration

Automating domain startup and shutdown

Testing a domain

Configuring a search server domain

Administering Application Servers

Troubleshooting common domain boot problems

Administering the domain and viewing status

Using PSADMIN to reconfigure a domain

Setting individual process parameters

Administering the Web Server

Describing common web server elements

Explaining web server installation

Locating and identifying web server files

Interpreting various web server configuration files and determining web server behavior

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