Administering Liferay Systems
Learn the ins and outs of a Liferay installation with the Administering Liferay Systems. Learn how to setup and prepare a successful Liferay deployment, and explore the tools needed to improve performance. This course covers single instances, clusters, managing plugins and to prepare you for effective system management.
- » Installing Liferay from a bundle
- » Installing Liferay on an existing server
- » Configuring Liferay through properties
- » Connecting Liferay to external databases and mail servers
- » Setting up Liferay in a clustered environment
- » Integrating document repositories
- » Providing document previews, conversion and inline audio/video
- » Integrating Liferay with SSO systems
- » Integrating Liferay with LDAP
- » Tuning an installation for performance
- » Backing up an installation of Liferay
- » How to upgrade Liferay
- » Maintaining Liferay using the patching tool
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- Installing a Liferay Bundle
- Connecting to External Databases and Mail Servers
- Installing Liferay Manually on an Existing Application Server
- CONFIGURING LIFERAY
- Server Administration through the Control Panel
- Plugin Management
- Liferay Marketplace
- Configuring Liferay--s Services Oriented Architecture CLUSTERING
- Introduction to Cluster Design
- Creating a Liferay Cluster
- Principles of Liferay Clustering
- Configuring Quartz for Job Scheduling
- Syncing the Database Cache Across Your Cluster
- Clustering Documents and Media
- Syncing Search Indexes
- Setting up a Solr Server
- Session Replication
- Load Balancing Using Apache
- Deploying Plugins Across a Cluster
- EXTERNAL SERVICES
- Using External Services for Document Previews
- Setting up ImageMagick Higher Quality Image Previews
- Setting up LibreOffice for Document Conversion
- Configuring Xuggler for Audio/Video Previews
- Setting up Liferay as a WSRP Producer and Consumer
- INTEGRATING LDAP & SSO
- Using LDAP and SSO
- Setting up an LDAP Server
- Configuring Liferay with an LDAP Server
- Importing User Information from LDAP
- Integrating an SSO Solution with Liferay
- Setting up OpenSSO/
- Authenticating in Liferay Against an SSO Server
- PERFORMANCE TUNING OVERVIEW
- Load Testing
- Memory Management
- Garbage Collection
- Cache Optimization
- Optimizing Lucene
- Configuring a Content Delivery Network
- Database Sharding
- MAINTAINING LIFERAY
- Liferay Monitoring
- Backing Up a Liferay Installation
- Log Levels
- Upgrading Liferay
- Installing Fix Packs Using the Patching Tool
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- Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Cooper Union where he teaches signal processing, communications, and network courses.
- PhD in Electrical Engineering from Boston University, where he focused his research efforts on devising cross layer techniques to resolve collisions in wireless random access networks.
- Research interests include wireless communication, networks, cross layer design, signal processing and machine learning.
- Received an interdisciplinary certificate in computational science from Center for Computational Science.
Worked for Mathworks Inc. as a communications software engineer and implemented a suite of block diagram based adaptive equalizers for use in a communications systems simulation. Assistant Professor at Western New England College in Massachusetts where he taught coursework in C C++, software engineering, digital signal processing and supervised lab work in circuit theory and logic design.
Author of a variety of professional articles in the areas of wireless communications and signal processing. A key contributor to the open-source Pattern Recognition Toolbox for MATLAB.
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