Liferay DXP Portal Admin + WCM

Liferay DXP Portal Admin with Web Content Management Training primarily focuses on the concepts for basic Liferay DXP Installation along with some configuration for Liferay Applications using Web Content  Management for the Liferay Application

Date : Aug 20, 2018 - Aug 24, 2018

Time : 9 AM to 2 PM CDT (7:30 PM to 12: 30 AM IST)

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Duration: 5 Days

Course fee:$749.00 (₹52,418.53)


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Course Content

1.Installing Liferay on a Java EE Server

2.Clustering a Liferay–based Solution

3.Basics of Fault Tolerance

4.Reference Architecture

5.Clustering the Servers

6.Configuring the Load Balancer

7.Clustering the J2EE Servers

8.Clustering the Portal

9.Cluster Communication

10.Configuring Documents and Search

11.Introduction to Clustering Elastic search

12.Maintaining Your Portal

13.Monitoring Tools

– Analyzing Logs
– Performance Tuning
– Defining Your Performance Plan

14.Java Memory Management

15.Optimizing Your Liferay Instance

16.Tuning Elasticsearch

17.Configuring the Web Server for Performance

Liferay WCM

1. Creating User Experiences

2. Introduction to Liferay DXP

3. Demonstrating Features with Real World Use Cases

4.Integrating Users into Liferay

5. Liferay and Users

6. Adding Users to the Platform

7. Integrating with an Identity Management System

8. Bringing in Outside Users

9. Importing Users with an LDAP Server

10. Reflecting Your Organizational Structure

11. How Organizations Help Business Units

12. Creating Organizations

13. Assigning Users to Organizations

14. Users

15. Managing a Large User Base

16. What are User Groups

17. Mapping LDAP Users to Groups

18. Managing User Membership

19. Controlling User Access

20. How Users Access Content and Apps

21. Assigning User Roles

22. Using Role Scopes to Manage Access

23. Granting Administrative Access

24. Building a Public-Facing Website

25. Introduction to Sites

26. Creating a Public Website for an Organization

27. Providing Site Navigation

28. Creating Sites for Individual Departments

29. Using Templates to Simplify Landing Page Creation

30. Linking to Important Resources

31. Building a Private Website

32. Creating Private Sites

33. Knowing When to Create New Roles

34. Creating Dynamic Pages

35. Building a Front Page

36. Using Structures and Templates to Apply Consistent Design

37. Creating New Roles

38. Evaluating the User Base

39. Creating a Content Role

40. Introduction to Documents and Media

41. Organizing Documents and Media

42. Using Folders to Organize Uploads

43. Controlling Upload Access

44. Creating Collaborative Spaces

45. Building Conversations with Message Boards

46. Working on Team Projects in the Wiki

47. Gathering User Feedback

48. Using Forms

49. Reviewing Form Submissions

50. Creating Internal Resources for Employees

51. Creating an Intranet with Organization Sites

52. Using Protected Folders for Sensitive Content

53. Searching with Metadata

54. Adding Metadata to Documents

55. Limiting Search Results

56. Using Workflow

57. Setting up a Business Review Process

58. Using Workflow for Specific Content

59. Perfecting Landing Pages

60. Controlling Page Layout and Content with Staging

61. Publishing Manually

62. Staging Content Before Publishing

63. Using Staging Page Versions

64. Publishing Changes on a Schedule

65. Front End Development in Liferay

66. UI Development Tools

67. Node.js, Yeoman, Gulp

68. The New UI Landscape

69. Lexicon: Liferay’s Design Language

70. Delivering a Consistent User Experience Across Devices

71. Modern JavaScript Design with ES2015

72. Creating UI Components with Metal.js

73. Maintaining Alloy UI

74. Developing Themes

75. Building and Generating Themes

76. Customizing Lexicon and Bootstrap Components

77. Styling Applications

78. Creating and Using Reusable Themelets

79. Packaging Content in Themes

80. Embedding Applications

81. Customizing the Page Layout

82. Creating Layout Templates

83. Embedding Applications into Templates

84. Styling in Liferay with Display Templates

85. Liferay’s Templating Options

86. Delivering Consistent Content Experiences

87. Styling Web Content with Templates

88. Creating and Previewing Content Templates

89. Customizing Email Notifications

90. Creating Notifications with FreeMarker Templates

91. Using Tag Libraries in Templates

92. Customizing Application UIs

93. Controlling Application Presentation

94. Driving the Content Process in Liferay

95. Content Management Concepts

96. Solving Real-World Content Needs

97. Authoring Content

98. Storing Content in Liferay

99. Delivering Content to Users

100. Managing Content with Sites

101. Web Content Management

102. Creating Web Content

103. Adding Content to Pages

104. Localizing Content

105. Document Management

106. Storing Documents in Liferay

107. Generating Customer Engagement with Blogs

108. Providing Real-Time Updates on Team Projects

109. Organizing Content

110. Using Folders to Organize Content

111. Tagging and Categorizing Content to Make Searching Faster

112.Managing Content

113. Changing Content Display Options

114. Automating Content Updates with Asset Publisher

115. Managing Content (continued)

116. Applying Consistent Design to Content with Structures

117. Improving SEO Ranking with Metadata

118. Incorporating Accessibility Practices

119. Syncing Content Between Teams

120. Managing Documents with Liferay Sync

121. Separating Team Projects Across Wiki Nodes

122. Delivering Content to the Right Audience

123. Defining User Segments

124. Targeting Content to Different User Segments

125. Gathering User Analytics

126. Integrating Google Analytics

127. Publishing Content to Live

128. Reviewing Content Submissions

129. Approving Content with Workflow

130. Writing Custom Approval Processes

131. Sending Time-Sensitive Notifications

132. Staging Content Before Publishing

133. Creating a Staging Area

134. Pushing Content to Production

135. Managing Multiple Versions of Sites

136. Scheduling Publication

137. Publishing A Complete Site Update


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