This series of articles is designed to prepare you for taking the IBM® DB2® Content Manager V8.3 certification exam 443. In addition, it provides a strong foundation for educating yourself on DB2 Content Manager, from understanding how to gather requirements for your content management system, to learning about the core products, to tuning and administering, to troubleshooting.
The certification series includes the following modules:
DB2 Content Manager V8.3 certification preparation series for Exam 443 modules
|Part 1, High level design and requirements gathering||Mary Desisto||This module takes you through the basics of gathering requirements for your content management system, including identifying data, users, and relationships, getting ready to use the System Admin Client, and planning for storage and retention, document processing workflow, and maintenance.|
|Part 2, Installation and configuration||Mike Lowe and Mary Desisto||This module helps you identify installation prerequisites, install and validate prerequisites and CM components, and prepare for client installation.|
|Part 3, Troubleshooting||Kerensa Jablonka and Mike Lowe||This module introduces the tools for troubleshooting, including an explanation of various logs and traces that can be used to solve problems.|
|Part 4, System administration||Kerensa Jablonka||This module presents information on defining a data model, administrative domains, and users and user groups. In addition, it discusses access control lists and privileges, configuring LDAP, document routing, and managing token duration.|
|Part 5, System managed storage||Kerensa Jablonka||This module explains how system managed storage is used to define where and how objects are stored in your content management system.|
|Part 6, Maintenance and performance tuning||Kerensa Jablonka||This module presents information about performance tuning and routine maintenance utilities for a DB2 Content Manager system, including understanding performance goals, performance monitoring, managing log files, backup and restore, and more.|
|Part 7, DB2 Content Manager clients||Mike Lowe||This module introduces the Content Manager clients, the eClient and the Client for Windows.|
|Part 8, Identifying integration options||Kerensa Jablonka||This module presents the options for integrating custom solutions with Content Manager. It describes the DB2 Information Integrator for Content framework and summarizes the available application programming interfaces.|
|Part 9, Core product information||Kerensa Jablonka||This module gives a description of key product features of other members of the content management portfolio.|
|Part 1, High level design||1HighLevelDesign.pdf||191 KB||HTTP|
|Part 2, Installation and configuration||2InstallationAndConfiguration.pdf||99 KB||HTTP|
|Part 3, Troubleshooting||3Troubleshooting.pdf||177 KB||HTTP|
|Part 4, System administration||4SystemAdministration.pdf||228 KB||HTTP|
|Part 5, System managed storage||5SystemManagedStorage.pdf||116 KB||HTTP|
|Part 6, Performance tuning||6PerformanceTuning.pdf||152 KB||HTTP|
|Part 7, Content Manager clients||7ContentManagerClients.pdf||64 KB||HTTP|
|Part 8, Integration||8Integration.pdf||99 KB||HTTP|
|Part 9, Core product information||9CoreProductInformation.pdf||56 KB||HTTP|
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Kerensa Jablonka is a Senior Education Specialist for the IBM Software Group and has worked for IBM for over 5 years. She has 15 years of experience in databases, computer programming, and content management systems, and has spent the majority of her IBM career working with DB2 Content Manager.
Mary Desisto is currently a Technical Alliance Manager working with business partners on the IBM Content Management Portfolio. Mary has over 15 years experience in the Content Management business doing various roles from development, testing, technical support, education, implementations and architectural design with IBM field personnel, customers and partners. She has over 27 years with IBM in various development and business positions.
Mike Lowe has over 25 years of experience in software development, project management, database and systems administration, consulting and educational services. He is a Certified Technical Trainer (CTT). He joined IBM in 2001 as a consultant and Education Specialist. Mike is currently a Courseware Developer in the Information Management group, and is focused on Content Management.