Oracle Weblogic V11G Administartion

Oracle Weblogic V11G Administartion

Oracle WebLogic Server 12c is the application server across conventional and cloud environments. With Oracle WebLogic you can deliver next-generation applications on a mission-critical cloud platform, simplify operations with native cloud management, and accelerate time to market with a modern development platform and integrated tools.

Oracle WebLogic Server 12c provides flexibility between on-premise and third-party clouds, and is optimized for Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud. As the cornerstone of Oracle Cloud Application Foundation, Oracle WebLogic Server provides extreme cloud performance, scalability, and elasticity, unmatched integration with Oracle's Database 12c including multi-tenant database support, and helps increase developer productivity with mobile application development and maven support making Oracle the market share leader in the industry.

•	Introduction to WebLogic Server
        o	What is an application server
        o	JEE
        o	Major subsystems
        o	Product installation

•	WebLogic Domains
        o	Domain overview
        o	Configuration Wizard
        o	HotSpot and JRockit
        o	Starting a managed server
        o	Starting an admin server

•	The Admin Condole
        o	Console tour
        o	Create servers with the console
        o	Monitor a domain
        o	Stop servers

•	Java Management Extensions (JMX)
        o	JMX overview
        o	MBean types
        o	MBean Servers
        o	MBean References

•	WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST)
        o	Introduction to WLST
        o	Modes
        o	Configuration MBeans
        o	Runtime MBeans

•	Scripts
        o	Script Generation
        o	Script Recording
        o	Script Recording
        o	wlconfig ANT Task

•	Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)
        o	Introduction to JNDI
        o	JNDI for Administrators
        o	Container‐based JNDI service
        o	Startup and Shutdown classes

•	Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
        o	JDBC overview
        o	Driver types
        o	Datasources
        o	Advanced configuration
        o	Monitoring JDBC

•	Deployment
        o	Archive Types
        o	Deployment Tools
        o	Sanity Checking
        o	Side‐by‐side deployment
        o	Class Loading
        o	Deployment Plans

•	WebLogic Web Container
        o	HTTP Access logs
        o	Virtual hosts
        o	Web server configuration
        o	Tuning the Web Container

•	Java Message Service (JMS)
        o	Introduction to messaging
        o	Configuring JMS Resources
        o	JMS Tuning
        o	Foreign JMS Providers
        o	Message Bridges

•	WebLogic Security
        o	WebLogic security overview
        o	Alternate security providers
        o	JEE declarative security
        o	Security roles and policies
        o	SSL configuration

•	Server Availability
        o	Admin failover
        o	Managed server independence
        o	Machines
        o	Node manager

•	Clustering
        o	Cluster configuration
        o	Replication
        o	Cross-cluster replication
        o	JDBC Clustering

•	Advanced Services
        o	JDBC Multipools
        o	Transaction Services
        o	JMS Transactions
        o	Distributed Destinations

•	Monitoring and Logs
        o	SNMP
        o	Server logs
        o	Domain log
        o	Log filters

•	WebLogic Logging and Diagnostic Framework (WLDF)
        o	Core Services
        o	Instrumentation
        o	Diagnostic images
        o	Dye Marking
        o	WLDF Console Extension

•	Performance Tuning
        o	The JVM
        o	Memory
        o	Garbage collection
        o	Tools
        o	Work managers

•	OAS(OC4J) to WebLogic
        o	Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF)
        o	Business Components for Java (BC4J)
        o	XML Application descriptors
        o	OC4J Clusters
        o	Session Replication

•	Conclusion