- Hardcover: 504 pages
- Publisher: IBM Press; 1 edition (October 28, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0137009526
- ISBN-13: 978-0137009527
- Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 1.3 x 9.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,808,971 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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WebSphere Application Server Administration Using Jython 1st Edition
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About the Author
Robert A. Gibson is an Advisory Software Engineer with 30+ years’ experience in software roles at IBM, including architect, developer, tester, instructor, and technical support professional. He is currently team leader for IBM’s WebSphere Distributed Application Server technical support group.
Arthur Kevin McGrath has worked for Contract Engineers in multiple positions since 1983. He has lectured internationally on programming languages, management, and quality assurance, and authored multiple courses on these topics.
Noel J. Bergman, cofounder of DevTech, has 25+ years’ experience with advanced technology. A member of the Apache Software Foundation, he is Vice President of the Apache Incubator.
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This is not only an awsome resource for Jython programming, but having a fundamental knowledge of the contents has improved my understanding of many aspects of IBM WebSphere itself. Things that are not terribly clear in other books become very clear when working through the examples and reading explainations for why things work the way they do.
I would strongly recommend this for anybody who administers WebSphere, not just adminstrators trying to maintain it through scripting. My only complaint is that they've not announced a followup yet to cover some of the stuff they were forced due to time and space constraints to leave out. Given the nature of WebSphere, to cover everything in one book would be impossible.
It's a well written, extremely high level jython intro which quickly goes into an excellent rewrite/extension of the online documentation for wsadmin.
I will give credit for providing syntax examples which is frustrating about the online help but how is this a whole book? I was hoping for practical implementation examples, usage scenarios or patterns perhaps.
If you are looking for a nice hard copy of wsadmin ri with a jython perspective, this is the book for you.
After spending a considerable amount of time teaching myself Jython and learning to administer WebSphere Application Server using it, I wish I had a copy of this book when I first started writing Jython scripts for WebSphere Application Server administration. The authors do a great job of both introducing the reader to the Jython language as well as introducing the reader to the WebSphere Application Server administrative objects.
The WebSphere Application Server Administration Using Jython book is brilliantly structured, first the Jython language followed by WebSphere Application Server administration. The book is also full of practical examples.
An excellent resource for both novice and experienced WebSphere Application Server administrator, this book has earned itself a spot on my bookshelf and in my list of my recommended books for folks interested in automating their WebSphere Application Server administration.