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What Oracle WebLogic Server:
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Oracle WebLogic Server 12c R2 is the industry's best application server for building and deploying enterprise Java EE applications with support for new features for lowering cost of operations, improving performance, enhancing scalability and supporting the Oracle Applications portfolio.
WebLogic server Administration Course Content: PART I: - OVERVIEW & INSTALLATION

1) Understanding Java/J2EE Technologies

a. Distributed Environment
b. Dif. bet. Web & App Server
c. About Servers
d. Environments – Dev, Testing(SIT, UAT), Pre Prod & Prod

2) Introduction to WebLogic Server

a. Terminology
b. Dif. bet. WLS Versions(8.x, 9.x & 10.x) 12c

3) Install the ORACLE WebLogic Server

a. Installation Modes
b. Installable Product Components
c. Product Distribution
d. Pre Installation
e. Installing the Steps
f. Post Installation
g. Un-Installation

Lab Exercise: Install ORACLE Software and Lab Environment Set up


1) Configuring WL Domains

a. Learn how to create a new custom domain template
b. Create a new domain using the custom domain template

Lab Exercise: Configure a Domain Template

2) Configuring a WebLogic Server Environment

a. Become familiar with the Administration Console
b. Configure and view log file entries for a WLS using the Admin Console

Lab Exercises:
• Using the Administration Console
• Using the Command Line

3) Managing and Monitoring a WLS Environment

a. Create and Configure Managed Servers and Machines
b. Use Node Manager to start managed servers

Lab Exercises:
• Configure Servers and Machines
• Starting Servers using Node Manager

4) Understanding JNDI

a. Deploy a startup class and view JNDI tree

Lab Exercise: Working with Startup Classes and JNDI

5) Setting up JDBC

a. Create JDBC data sources
b. Locate a JDBC data source in a server’s JNDI tree

Lab Exercise: Configuring Data Sources

6) Setting up JMS Applications

a. Configure and Monitor JMS Queues and JMS Topics

Lab Exercise: Configuring JMS Servers and Destinations


1) Deploying Applications

a. Deploy Web Applications
b. Create deployment plans
c. Deploy enterprise applications along with the deployment plan
d. Side-by-Side deployment
e. Create and Configure Virtual Hosts
f. Setting up network channels

Lab Exercises: Deploying/Undeploying Web Applications
• Using a Deployment Plan
• Side-by-Side Deployment

2) Securing WLS Resources and Applications

a. Configuring users, passwords and groups
b. Setting security on a Web Application
c. Configure Key stores and SSL
d. WLS features for hardening against password attacks

Lab Exercises: Managing Users and Groups
• Securing Web Applications
• Configuring Additional Conditions
• Configuring SSL
• Protecting Against Attacks


1) Introduction to WebLogic Server High Availability

a. Understand the uses of a cluster
b. Describe the basic cluster architecture
c. Describe the multi-tier cluster architecture
d. Understand how clusters communicate

2) Configuring a Cluster

a. Prepare your environment for a cluster
b. Create and configure a cluster
c. Create and configure a proxy server (Apache)

Lab Exercises: Create a Basic Cluster
• Configure Proxy Servers (Apache)

3) Managing Clusters

a. Deploy applications to a cluster
b. Manage session state in a cluster
c. Troubleshoot a cluster

Lab Exercise: Manage HTTP Session States

4) Performance & Tuning

a. Performance Tuning
b. OS, JVM and WLS Performance Tuning
c. DB Performance Tuning

5) Troubleshooting & Monitoring

a. Cluster Troubleshooting
b. Cluster Multicast Configuration Troubleshooting
c. Monitoring & Managing WL JDBC Resources

PART V: - Linux Installation & Configuration

1) Basic UNIX Commands
2) Installation of WLS
3) Configuration of WLS

Part vi:

up gradations and Migrations
pathes, opatches .

Interview questions.
Resume preparation.




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