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Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Advanced Systems Administration

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Duration: 5.0 days

Method: Instructor led, Hands-on workshops

Price: $3200.00

Course Code: WL1935


Audience

This course is intended for existing WebLogic administrators who need to administer a WebLogic Server platform.

Description

This 5-day course is designed for WebLogic 112c Administrators and Operations staff that have a basic understanding of core WebLogic administration tasks. This class builds on the foundation of the Oracle WebLogic 12c System Administration class.

Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Automate key administration tasks using JMX and a variety of tools
  • Configure advanced features of JMS and JDBC in simple and clustered environments
  • Migrate applications and domain configurations from dev to test to prod environments
  • Partition WebLogic network usage
  • Install alternative security providers
  • Create high fault-tolerant geographically distributed clusters

Prerequisites

Students should already know how to install WebLogic server and create a domain. Students need a basic understanding of service configuration (JDBC, JMS and JNDI) and application deployment. Students should also understand the key concepts of WebLogic clustering.

Topics

  • I. Java Management Extensions (JMX)
    • JMX Overview
    • MBean types
    • JMX Tools
  • II. WLST and Jython
    • WLST Introduction
    • Jython
    • Online and Offline mode
    • Immediate and Scripted mode
  • III. Jython
    • Jython Introduction
    • I/O
    • Control Statements
  • IV. Advanced WLST
    • WLST Security
    • Scripts
    • Script Recording
  • V. Advanced Node Manager
    • Node Manager versions
    • Configuration and Logs
    • Node Manager Security
    • Crash Recovery
  • VI. JMS Tuning
    • JMS Performance
    • Thresholds and Quotas
    • Destination Control
    • Unit of Order
  • VII. Advanced JMS
    • Distributed Destinations
    • Store and Forward
    • Message Bridges
    • Foreign JMS Providers
  • VIII. Advanced JDBC
    • Modules
    • Types of Pools
    • Multidatasources
  • IX. Library and Module Deployment
    • Versions
    • Consumers
    • Class loading
  • X. Deployment Plans
    • Plan Overview
    • Plan generation
    • Tools
    • Using a Plan
  • XI. Network Channels
    • Channel Overview
    • Protocols
    • Creating a Channel
    • Best Practices
  • XII. SNMP
    • Channel Overview
    • Protocols
    • Creating a Channel
    • Best Practices
  • XIII. Advanced Security
    • Channel Overview
    • Protocols
    • Creating a Channel
    • Best Practices
  • XIV. Security Providers
    • Provider Configuration
    • Database
    • LDAP
  • XV. Preparing for Production
    • Environments
    • Modes
    • Domain Propagation
  • XVI. Lifecycle Interaction
    • Startup/Shutdown classes
    • Application Events
  • XVII. Advanced Clustering
    • Overview
    • Features
    • Replication
    • Failover
  • XVIII. MAN and WAN clusters
    • Geographically diverse clusters
    • MAN Clusters
    • WAN Clusters
    • MAN and WAN cluster configuration
  • XIX. Introduction to Performance Tuning
    • Performance Characteristics
    • Basic Rules
    • Methodology
  • XX. The JVM
    • JVM Overview
    • HotSpot
    • JRockit
  • XXI. JVM Tools
    • JConsole
    • JRockit Mission Control
  • XXII. Memory and Garbage Collection
    • Types of Memory
    • Garbage Collection
    • Heap Generations
    • Pauses and Throughtput