Oracle WebLogic Server 12c System Administration Training

Course #:TP2634

Oracle WebLogic Server 12c System Administration Training

This 5-day course is designed for WebLogic 12c Administrators and Operations staff whose roles include: server installation, application deployment, resource configuration, monitoring, tuning or troubleshooting. No prior knowledge of WebLogic server is necessary. For students with exposure to earlier versions of WebLogic or other JEE application servers, some sections can be accelerated.

What you will Learn

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Install WebLogic server and create domains.
  • Configure JMS, JDBC and JNDI services.
  • Deploy Web, EJB and Enterprise applications.
  • Enable Node Manager for a domain.
  • Create a WebLogic cluster.
  • Perform basic WebLogic performance tuning.

Duration

5 Days

Outline of Oracle WebLogic Server 12c System Administration Training

1. Introduction to WebLogic Server

  • What is an application server
  • JEE
  • Major subsystems
  • Product installation

2. WebLogic Domains

  • Domain overview
  • Configuration Wizard
  • Production vs. Development Domains
  • Starting the Admin server
  • Starting a managed server

3. The Admin Console

  • Console tour
  • Change Center
  • Modify a domain with the console
  • Monitoring

4. Java Management Extensions (JMX)

  • JMX overview
  • MBean types
  • MBean Servers
  • MBean References

5. Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)

  • Introduction to JNDI
  • JNDI for Administrators
  • Monitoring JNDI

6. Server Lifecycle

  • Startup Sequence
  • Startup Classes
  • Shutdown Classes
  • Exceptions and Veto

7. Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)

  • JDBC overview
  • Datasources
  • Testing
  • Advanced configuration
  • Monitoring

8. Applications

  • Web Applications
  • EJBs
  • Enterprise Applications
  • Libraries

9. Deployment

  • Deployment tools
  • Staging
  • Side-by-side Deployment
  • Class Loading

10. WebLogic Web Container

  • Web server configuration
  • Built in servlets
  • Virtual hosts
  • HTTP Access logs

11. Java Message Service (JMS)

  • Introduction to messaging
  • Configuring JMS Resources
  • Monitoring JMS

12. WebLogic Security

  • Security Realms
  • Alternate security providers
  • JEE declarative security
  • Roles and Policies
  • SSL configuration

13. Server Availability

  • Admin failover
  • Managed server independence
  • Machines
  • Node manager

14. Introduction to Clustering

  • Cluster Overview
  • Topologies
  • Cluster types

15. Clustering Configuration

  • Load Balancing
  • Session Replication
  • EJB load balance

16. Advanced Services

  • Transactions
  • JDBC Multidatasources
  • JMS Distributed Destinations

17. Monitoring and Logs

  • SNMP
  • Server logs
  • Domain log
  • Log filters

18. WebLogic Logging and Diagnostic Framework (WLDF)

  • Core Services
  • Instrumentation
  • Diagnostic images
  • Dye Marking
  • WLDF Console Extension

19. Performance Tuning

  • The JVM
  • Memory
  • Garbage Collection
  • Tools
  • Work Managers
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