IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 System Administration Fundamentals (D8L75)

IBM, Lotus

This course introduces you to basic concepts that provide the foundation for IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 and IBM Lotus Notes 8.5, and it is the point of entry to the entire core system administration curriculum. This course covers the foundational knowledge needed to perform basic administrative tasks in a Lotus Domino 8.5 infrastructure. This course does not cover how to install, configure, maintain, or troubleshoot a Lotus Domino 8.5 infrastructure.

Location, current term course

8/24/2020 - 8/24/2020
Vlastní Školení na míru (termín, lokalita, obsah, délka)

The course:

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  • Lesson 1: Introducing the IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 Environment
    1. Topic 1A: Examining the IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 Architecture
    2. IBM Lotus Domino Architecture
    3. Client and Server Architectural Components
    4. Server Documents
    5. Lotus Domino Server Types
    6. Default Location Documents
    7. Client Types
    8. Overview of Lotus Notes 8.5 Features
    9. Topic 1B: Investigating IBM Lotus Domino Applications
    10. The Object Store
    11. Components of Lotus Domino Applications
    12. Database Types and Applications
    13. Composite Applications
    14. Required Server Applications
    15. The Domino Directory
    16. Lotus Domino Domains
    17. Single vs. Multiple Domains
    18. Topic 1C: Exploring IBM Lotus Domino Server Functionality
    19. Categories of Lotus Domino Services
    20. Core Lotus Domino Services
    21. Server Tasks
    22. Lotus Domino Advanced Services
  • Lesson 2: Performing Basic Administration Tasks
    1. Topic 2A: Starting IBM Lotus Domino Administrator
    2. Lotus Domino Administration
    3. Lotus Domino Administration Tools
    4. The Lotus Domino Administrator Interface
    5. Topic 2B: Using Online Help
    6. Online Help Resources
    7. Topic 2C: Navigating in IBM Lotus Domino Administrator
    8. Lotus Domino Administrator Tabs
    9. The Person Document
    10. Groups
    11. Tasks on the People & Groups Tab
    12. Tasks on the Files Tab
    13. Tasks on the Server Tab
    14. Tasks on the Messaging Tab
    15. Lotus Domino Replication
    16. Tasks on the Replication Tab
    17. Tasks on the Configuration Tab
    18. Topic 2D: Setting Administration Preferences
    19. Administration Preferences
    20. Topic 2E: Introduction to Policies
    21. Policies
    22. Policy Documents
    23. Settings Documents
  • Lesson 3: Examining IBM Lotus Notes and IBM Lotus Domino Security
    1. Topic 3A: Identifying IBM Lotus Domino Security Components
    2. IBM Lotus Domino Terminology
    3. Organizations
    4. Organizational Units
    5. Certifiers
    6. Organization Certifiers
    7. Topic 3B: Designing a Hierarchical Naming Scheme
    8. Hierarchical Naming
    9. Components of a Hierarchical Name
    10. Hierarchical Naming Example
    11. Organizational Unit Naming Recommendations
    12. Separate Server OUs
    13. Server Naming Recommendations
    14. Server Host Names and Common Names
    15. User Naming Recommendations
    16. Planning a Hierarchical Naming Scheme
    17. How to Design a Hierarchical Naming Scheme
    18. Topic 3C: Authenticating with IBM Lotus Domino Servers
    19. Security Controls
    20. Certificates and ID Files
    21. Types of Certificates
    22. ID Files
    23. Types of ID Files
    24. Components of an ID File
    25. Common Certificates
    26. How Certificates are used in Authentication
    27. The ID Vault Feature
    28. Topic 3D: Controlling Access to Resources
    29. Introduction to Lotus Domino Access Controls
    30. Access Control Lists
    31. Roles
    32. How IBM Lotus Domino Controls Access
    33. Stages of Access Control
    34. Security Using Groups
    35. Group Types
    36. Best Practices for Creating Groups
    37. Topic 3E: Determining Database Access Levels
    38. Access Control List Levels
    39. Topic 3F: Determining Workstation Security Levels
    40. Execution Access
    41. The Execution Control List
  • Lesson 4: Examining IBM Lotus Domino Mail Routing
    1. Topic 4A: Introducing IBM Lotus Domino Messaging
    2. Lotus Notes Named Networks
    3. Mail Routing and Lotus Notes Named Networks
    4. Mail Routing Protocols
    5. Mail Routing Components
    6. Mail Settings that Affect Routing
    7. The Mail Routing Process
    8. Router Optimizations in Lotus Domino 8.5
    9. Topic 4B: Designing a Mail Routing Topology
    10. Mail Routing Topologies
    11. Topology Types
    12. Hub and Spoke Topology Considerations
    13. How to Design a Mail Routing Topology
  • Lesson 5: Examining IBM Lotus Domino Replication
    1. Topic 5A: Introducing IBM Lotus Domino Replication
    2. What is Domino Replication?
    3. Components of the Replication Process
    4. The Server-to-Server Replication Process
    5. Replication Tools
    6. The Workstation to Server Replication Process
    7. Database Replicas
    8. The Database Replication Process
    9. Streaming Replication
    10. The Field Level Replication Process
    11. Factors that Affect Replication
    12. Topic 5B: Designing a Replication Strategy
    13. Types of Replication Topologies
    14. Server Replication Types
    15. Replication vs. Routing Topologies
    16. Considerations for Choosing a Replication Type
    17. How to Design a Replication Strategy
  • Lesson 6: Extending the IBM Lotus Domino Environment
    1. Topic 6A: Selecting Additional IBM Lotus Domino Services
    2. Lotus Domino Standard Services
    3. Lotus Domino Internet Security Mechanisms
    4. Topic 6B: Implementing IBM Lotus Domino Scalability Features
    5. Scalability Options
    6. Lotus Domino Clusters
    7. Benefits of Clustering
    8. Lotus Domino Partitions
    9. Benefits of Partitions
    10. Topic 6C: Integrating Other IBM Products
    11. IBM Lotus Sametime
    12. IBM Lotus Connections
    13. IBM Lotus Quickr
Assumed knowledge:
You should have previous experience as a network administrator or mail system administrator, and experience using the Lotus Notes 8.5 client.
Recommended subsequent course:
Building the IBM Lotus Domino 8.5 Infrastructure (D8L76)
1 day (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM )
Course price:
285.71 € ( 345.71 € incl. 21% VAT)