WebSphere Content Management

Course Content
IBM Web Content Manager software offers end-to-end Web content management. Streamline content creation, lifecycle and publication, help remove webmaster IT bottlenecks, publish information on demand in minutes, and tailor and personalize content by role or user preference to ensure a consistent, professional look and feel across multiple sites. This course is designed to introduce the concepts and skills necessary for a website developer to build an authoring system and website using "out of the box" functionality of IBM Web Content Manager .Students will be led through the planning, development and delivery of a website and Intranet and the related authoring systems.
Course Outline
Overview of WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager
• Review terminology and concepts
• Re-examine IBM Web Content Manager architecture
• Compare WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager
Understanding IBM Web Content Manager server topologies
• Describe IBM Web Content Manager topologies
Working in the authoring environment
• Customize the authoring environments
• Describe out-of-the-box and Ephox Rich Text Editor
• Describe how to assign access rights
Working in the delivery environment
• Describe the delivery environments and the differences between remote and local rendering
• Explain security in the delivery environments
• Describe how to assign access right in a delivery environment
Understanding syndication
• Describe syndication
• Describe the differences between manual and automatic syndication
• Explain cloning and when to use over syndication
Working with your cache
• Define cache
• Describe IBM Web Content Manager cache options and the limitations of each
Improving performance
• Describe how to optimize performance
Maintaining IBM Web Content Manager
• Describe tools and resources for maintaining IBM Web Content Manager
• Describe IBM Web Content Manager help resources
• Describe supporting data required for IBM Web Content Manager help
Web Content Manager deployment best practices
• Explain how to back up content created in IBM Web Content Manager
• Describe third-party backup applications
Migrating from previous versions of IBM Web Content Manager (optional)
• Getting started
• Building a web page
• Creating your core web content items
• Creating pages and page templates
• Content acquisition
• Adding navigational components to your website
• Adding rule-based content
• Custom authoring features
• Change management
• Item management
• User access and security
• Describe the migration process to IBM Web Content Manager 7.0
• Explain the API and caching considerations
• Explain how to extend the authoring environment
• Explain how to use custom workflow actions to modify workflows
• Describe the components used in the presentation layer and information architecture
• Explain how and when to use rendering plug-ins
• Explain the use of techniques for enhancing the look and feel
• Explain personalization and how to use it
• Explain how to integrate external content with the Web Content Integrator
• Explain how to integrate enterprise content management using federated documents
• Explain the security model and how to use it
• Describe common ways of structuring libraries for functionality and performance
• Describe search options, including the integration of external search engines

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