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Oracle WebLogic Server 11g System Administration

Overview
This 5-Day course is designed for WebLogic 11g Administrators and Operations staff whose roles include: server installation, application deployment, resource configuration, monitoring, tuning or troubleshooting. No prior knowledge of WebLogic is necessary. For students with exposure to earlier versions of WebLogic or other JEE application servers, some sections can be accelerated. After completing the 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.

The course consists of a combination of instructor-led discussion and hands-on exercises.

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Oracle WebLogic Server 11g System Administration


DAY 01 MODULES 01-04
MODULE 01
INTRODUCTION TO WEBLOGIC SERVER

What is an Application Server JEE Major Subsystems Product Installation Domain Overview Configuration Wizard Production vs. Development Starting Servers Console Tour Change Center Modify a Domain Monitoring JMX Overview MBean Types MBean Servers MBean Reference

MODULE 02

WEBLOGIC DOMAINS

MODULE 03

THE ADMIN CONSOLE

MODULE 04

JAVA MANAGEMENT EXTENSIONS (JMX)

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DAY 02 MODULES 05-08
MODULE 05
JAVA NAMING & DIRECTORY INTERFACE (JNDI)

Introduction to JNDI JNDI for Administrators Monitoring JNDI Startup Sequence Startup Classes Shutdown Classes Exceptions & Vetos JDBC Overview Datasources Testing & Monitoring Advanced Configuration Web Applications EJBs Enterprise Applications Libraries

MODULE 06

SERVER LIFECYCLE

MODULE 07

JAVA DATABASE CONNECTIVITY (JDBC)

MODULE 08

APPLICATIONS

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DAY 03 MODULES 09-12
MODULE 09
DEPLOYMENT

Deployment Tools Staging Side-by-Side Deployment Class Loading Web Server Configuration Built in Servlets Virtual Hosts HTTP Access Logs Introduction to Messaging Configuring JMS Resources Monitoring JMS Security Realms Alternate Security Providers JEE Declarative Security Roles & Policies SSL Configuration

MODULE 10

WEBLOGIC WEB CONTAINER

MODULE 11

JAVA MESSAGE SERVICE (JMS)

MODULE 12

WEBLOGIC SECURITY

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DAY 04 MODULES 13-16
MODULE 13
SERVER AVAILABILITY

Admin Failover Managed Server Independence Machines Node Manager Cluster Overview Topologies Cluster Types Load Balancing Session Replication EJB Load Balancing Transactions JDBC Multidatasources JMS Distributed Destinations

MODULE 14

INTRODUCTION TO CLUSTERING

MODULE 15

CLUSTERING CONFIGURATION

MODULE 16

ADVANCED SERVICES

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DAY 05 MODULES 17-20
MODULE 17
MONITORING & LOGS

SNMP Server Logs Domain Logs Log Filters Core Services Instrumentation Diagnostic Images Dye Marking WLDF Console Extension The JVM Memory Garbage Collection Tools Work Managers Questions & Answers Evaluations End of Class

MODULE 18

WEBLOGIC LOGGING & DIAGNOSTIC FRAMEWORK (WLDF)

MODULE 19

PERFORMANCE TUNING

MODULE 20

LAST SESSION OF THE COURSE

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