Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Overview for OC4J Administrators

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This course is designed for experienced Oracle Application Server administrators that need to compare the major differences between OC4J implementation and WebLogic Server implementation. Installation and configuration of 11g components will be shown as screen captures with an emphasis on the differences with the previous versions of Application Server.

Learn To:
  • Compare OC4J architecture and subsystems with WebLogic architecture
  • Install WebLogic Server 11g
  • Configure Adminsitration Servers and Managed Servers
  • Use management tools such as WLST and the Administration Console
  • Compare WebLogic Clustering with OC4J Server High Availability
  • Describe WebLogic security platform

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This course is designed for experienced Oracle Application Server administrators that need to compare the major differences between OC4J implementation and WebLogic Server implementation. Installation and configuration of 11g components will be shown as screen captures with an emphasis on the differences with the previous versions of Application Server.

Learn To:
  • Compare OC4J architecture and subsystems with WebLogic architecture
  • Install WebLogic Server 11g
  • Configure Adminsitration Servers and Managed Servers
  • Use management tools such as WLST and the Administration Console
  • Compare WebLogic Clustering with OC4J Server High Availability
  • Describe WebLogic security platform

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Audience
  • SOA Architect
  • Java EE Developer
  • Project Manager
  • Web Administrator
  • J2EE Developer
  • Application Developers
  • Developer
  • End Users

Course Topics Oracle WebLogic Server Topology Elements
  • Domains
  • Administration Servers
  • Managed Servers
  • Clusters
  • Node Managers
Installation
  • Separation of Installation and Configuration Operations
  • Oracle WebLogic Server Components That Can Be Installed
  • Directory Structure for Oracle Home and Oracle WebLogic Domain
  • Domain and Domain Templates
  • Starting Administration Server and Managed Servers
Administration Tools
  • Administration Console for Configuring Administration and Managed Servers in a Domain
  • Basic and Advanced Properties in Administration Console
  • Configuration Wizard for Creating Domains
  • Domain Template Builder for Creating Domain Templates
Configuration
  • Node Manager for Starting and Stopping Servers
  • Servers Using Node Manager
  • Multiple Instances of WebLogic Server Running on the Same Computer
Clustering
  • Communication Among Clustered Server Instances
  • Configuring a Cluster
  • Adding Servers to Clusters
  • Starting and Stopping Clustered Servers
  • Managing Clusters
  • Deploying Applications to Clusters
  • Replication
  • Multitier Cluster for EJB Applications
Oracle WebLogic Server Security Realms
  • Oracle WebLogic Server Security
  • Realms
  • Users, Groups, and Roles
  • Authentication Mechanisms
Deploying Applications
  • Autodeploy Feature
  • FastSwap Applications Feature
  • Deployment Plans
  • Utilities to Maintain Deployment Plans
Comparison of Subsystems
  • Ports
  • Thread Pools
  • Data Sources (JDBC)
  • Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)
  • Remote Method Invocation (RMI)
  • Web Tier components (OHS and Web Cache)

Course Objectives
  • Compare OC4J architecture with WebLogic architecture
  • Install WebLogic Server 11g
  • Configure Adminstration Servers and Managed Servers
  • Use management tools such as WLST and the Administration Console
  • Compare WebLogic Clustering with OC4J Server High Availability
  • Describe WebLogic security platform
  • Compare OC4J subsystems with WebLogic subsystems

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