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IBM Datapower Admin Online Training Course Content

IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliance Training – Administration
Overview of IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances
Learning Objectives

  • Explain the role of XML in a service-oriented architecture (SOA)
  • Define and describe common use cases for the IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances
  • Compare and contrast features in the IBM WebSphere
  • DataPower SOA Appliance product line

DataPower architectures
Learning Objectives

  • Describe best practices for deploying DataPower appliances in an enterprise architecture

Initial setup
Learning Objectives

  • Describe the new functions introduced
  • Connect to the command-line interface (CLI) using a serial port
  • Enable the Web management interface using CLI
  • Identify the supported network services
  • Prepare the hard drives or flash drive
  • Describe file transfer support


  • Determine specific port numbers for subsequent exercises
  • Download and install the required software


  • Configure an FTP Poller Front Side Handler
  • Code a url-open extension element to GET and PUT a file from an FTP server

DataPower variables and extensions
Learning Objectives

  • Deploy XSLT stylesheets that utilize DataPower extension functions


  • Write a routing style sheet that uses an external routing XML file
  • Create a Web service proxy service with a no cache XML manager
  • Create a basic service policy that uses a remote XSL style sheet to perform dynamic routing using an external file

Message enrichment with DataPower SQL functionality
Learning Objectives

  • Use DataPower appliances to enable information as a service and perform message enrichment
  • Perform SQL queries on a database from a DataPower service policy
  • Execute database stored procedures in a DataPower service policy


  • Create a SQL Data Source
  • Access a SQL database using an sql action
  • Access a SQL database using the sql-execute() extension function

Access control using DataPower security policies
Learning Objectives

  • Identify the security technologies supported by DataPower appliances
  • Implement access control using an access management system such as Tivoli Access Manager
  • Implement single sign-on between a DataPower appliance and a back-end application server
  • Define WS-Policies

Building custom security policies using the AAA framework
Learning Objectives

  • Identify the steps in a AAA policy
  • Customize a AAA policy using the AAA framework


  • Enforce access control using LDAP in a AAA policy
  • Create a custom style sheet for the Extract Identity step
  • Customize the Authenticate step using LDAP extension functions

Performing binary transformations using WebSphere Transformation Extender
Learning Objectives

  • Describe the WebSphere Transformation Extender Type Designer and Map Designer
  • Create a policy rule that uses the WebSphere Transformation Extender map files to transform between Extensible Markup Language (XML) and non-XML documents


  • Configure DataPower to use a WTX that was created by WTX Design Studio
  • Use the xformbin action to transform between XML and COBOL

Using FTP with DataPower
Learning Objectives

  • Describe the functionality of the FTP protocol
  • Describe how DataPower appliances can be used with FTP Secure FTP (FTPS), and SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP)
  • Configure the FTP SFTP and FTP over Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol handlers
  • Use the url-open extension function to programmatically use the FTP protocol

Managing firmware
Learning Objectives

  • Download the appropriate firmware based on the appliance configuration
  • Perform firmware upgrades using the Web management interface and CLI

DataPower services overview
Learning Objectives

  • List the services supported on the DataPower appliance
  • Compare and contrast the features supported by each DataPower appliance
  • List the service types

DataPower administration overview
Learning Objectives

  • List the methods that can be used to administer the DataPower appliance
  • Work with files on the DataPower appliance
  • Determine the status of various aspects of the appliance
  • Perform secure backup and restore
  • Quiesce traffic to the appliance

Managing domains
Learning Objectives

  • Create user accounts, user groups, and domains using the WebGUI
  • Restrict access to objects within a domain using the role-based management (RBM) policy builder
  • Perform WebGUI authentication using the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)


  • Configure an authentication, authorization, and auditing (AAA) policy to authenticate users using IBM Tivoli Directory Server
  • Configure a AAA policy to authorize users using an XML file

CLI administration
Learning Objectives

  • Log on to the CLI interface using the SSH service
  • Create DataPower objects using the CLI interface
  • Perform scripting operations using the exec command


  • Create user accounts that can access the CLI interface
  • Import domain configuration from an external HTTP server using the CLI interface
  • Modify references to cryptographic objects using the CLI interface

Clustering and failover
Learning Objectives

  • Implement a standby configuration for failover of DataPower appliances
  • Use hardware load balancers to manage traffic entering into a cluster of DataPower appliances
  • Send messages from a DataPower load balancer group to a set of servers running in a cluster

XML Management Interface
Learning Objectives

  • Configure the XML management interface to enable SOAP requests
  • Submit requests to the XML management interface to modify service configuration


  • Retrieve status information from the DataPower appliance using the XML management interface
  • Create DataPower objects using the XML management interface
  • Modify service objects using the XML management interface
  • Export domain configuration using the XML management interface

Learning Objectives

  • Configure the default system log for debugging
  • Identify the troubleshooting tools available on the DataPower appliance
  • Explain how to configure a multi-step probe to conduct message-level debugging


  • Set up and analyze the default system logs
  • Configure a multi-step probe to conduct message-level process debugging
  • Apply and roll back firmware changes to a set of DataPower appliances from a single user interface
  • Back up device and domain configuration onto the local file system
  • Explain how IBM Tivoli Composite Application for SOA differs from IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager System Edition and the WebSphere Application Server V7 DataPower Appliance Manager

DataPower cryptographic tools and SSL setup
Learning Objectives

  • Describe how to generate cryptographic keys using the DataPower tools
  • Create a crypto identification credential object containing matching public and private keys
  • Create a crypto validation credential to validate certificates
  • Set up certificate monitoring to ensure that certificates are up to date
  • Configure a DataPower appliance to communicate using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
  • Associate an SSL proxy profile with keys and certificates
  • Configure a user agent to initiate requests


  • Generate cryptographic keys using the DataPower crypto tools
  • Create a crypto identification credential using a crypto key and certificate object
  • Validate certificates using a validation credential object
  • Create an SSL proxy profile to accept SSL connections from a client

Logging and log targets
Learning Objectives

  • Describe the publish/subscribe model of log targets and log events
  • Define log levels, event categories, and event codes
  • Create a log target to capture messages generated by objects on the appliance
  • Configure a log target to write messages to an external system
  • Use xsl:message to write event and message data from within a stylesheet
  • Configure a log action
  • Describe the purpose of a Management Information Base (MIB)
  • Enable Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) support in the appliance
  • Limit access to the SNMP data
  • Configure an SNMP trap/notification


  • Test log target configuration using the Generate Log Event action
  • Create a log target that subscribes to specific log categories
  • Create a log target that sends log messages to an external logging system
  • Use IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager System Edition to view Management Information Base (MIB) information about the DataPower appliance

Configuration migration
Learning Objectives

  • Migrate domain configuration from a development environment to production
  • Use host aliases in a service configuration to avoid hard-coding of network addresses
  • Identify development best practices to ensure the smooth exporting of configurations


  • Configure a domain for remote configuration mode
  • Define an Import Configuration File (import package)
  • Create an Include Configuration File
  • Use an identity document to externalize site-specific information

Appliance management tools
Learning Objectives

  • Use IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager System Edition and the WebSphere Application Server V7
    administrative tools to: Version domains when the configuration changes on a DataPower appliance

Service monitoring
Learning Objectives

  • List the internal and external monitoring options for DataPower services
  • Describe the sanctioning actions that can be enforced when a service’s traffic exceeds the defined threshold
  • Specify anti-virus checking for a service