Oracle SOA v 11G Administartion
Oracle SOA set up and manage services and to orchestrate them into composite applications and business processes. With Oracle SOA Suite's hot-plugable components, organizations can easily extend and evolve their architectures instead of replacing existing investments.
Oracle SOA transforms complex application integration into agile and reusable service-based connectivity by mediating, routing, and managing interactions between services and applications in the enterprise and in the cloud. Requirements for application integration have significantly expanded over the last decade to include support for business activity monitoring, event processing, business rules, B2B integration, and more. Organizations now need a unified development, runtime, monitoring, and management interface across these components. Only Oracle SOA provides a unified approach with a single interface for all of your current and future integration requirements to reduce risk, speed time to market, respond faster to business requirements, and lower total cost of ownership.Course Contents:
Day1I. Introduction to Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g • Fusion Middleware concepts • Introduction to WebLogic Server • WebLogic Server Domain, Administration Server and Managed Server • Oracle Instance , Oracle Home, Metadata Repository • File System and Directory Structure in Fusion Middleware
Day2II. Installation & configuration of Fusion Middleware (DB, WebLogic & SOA Suite) • Installing Oracle Database • Installing Metadata Repository for Fusion Middleware • Installing WebLogic Server • Installing Additional Fusion Middleware component (SOA Suite) • Configuring Fusion Middleware component (SOA Suite) • Start/Stop Services • Start/Stop WebLogic Administration Server • Start/Stop Managed Server • Start/Stop Middleware Control
Day3III. Node Manager and Deploying Application • Introduction to Node Manager • Configuring Node Manager and starting Managed Servers using Node Manager • Overview of Deploying Applications • Understanding Data Sources • Deploying and Undeploying Java EE Applications
Day4IV. Monitoring Oracle Fusion Middleware • Overview of Monitoring Oracle Fusion Middleware • Monitoring the Status of Oracle Fusion Middleware • Monitoring an Oracle WebLogic Server Domain • Monitoring an Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Server or Managed Server • Monitoring a Component • Monitoring Applications • Monitoring the Performance of Oracle Fusion Middleware Components
Day5V. Configuring Security and High Availability for SOA • Creating Additional Administrative Users • Creating Additional Users with Specific Roles • Changing the Administrative User Password • Defining Virtual Hosts for SOA Cluster • Installation and Configuration of SOA in Active Cluster. Lab Exercises • Installation of VMware on User's PC • Create two virtual Machine and install Oracle Enterprise Linux • Install Oracle Database 11g • Load Fusion Middleware Schema in Database • Install WebLogic Server 11g • Install Fusion Middleware Component (SOA Suite) • Configure SOA Suite 11g • Start/Stop Services on Fusion Middleware • Configure and Start Node Manager • Configure Virtual IP's on Linux • Install and Configure WebCache 11g as Software Load Balancer • Install SOA suite 11g in Active cluster on two Linux Machines.