ORACLE WEBLOGIC SERVER 11G & 12C ADMINISTRATION BASICS – GTWL1
By the end of the course students will have good, hands-on familiarity with the basic configuration and use of WebLogic Server. Students will understand and be able to work with: Domains, WebLogic Server Instances, Clusters, Data-Sources, JMS Servers, Deployment of Applications and Security.
The highly interactive workshop day will enable students to leave the course with the experience and confidence to begin working on live projects within the enterprise. Students will also be able to begin to provide high availability, scalability and resilience to failures within a WebLogic environment in order to support enterprise-level Java applications and web services.
Administrators with little or no experience of WebLogic Server, whether or not they are familiar with other Application Servers.
Experience of some form of Systems Administration and a basic knowledge of a UNIX based operating system would be advantageous.
There are a number of options of suitable follow-on courses, depending on your business needs. Please contact us for further details.
1. WLS Terms & Architecture Overview
Java EE Architecture
Application & Web Servers
WLS Server Instances
WLS Admin and Managed Servers
2. WebLogic Installation & Configuration
Oracle WebLogic Server Installation
Administration Console & WLST
2. WebLogic Installation & Configuration (cont.)
Introduction to Clusters
Server Communication in a Cluster
Methods of configuration
Configure & Manage Clusters
3. Clusters (cont.)
HTTP Session State Replication & Persistence
4. Deployment Concepts
Basic Deployment Techniques
Production Deployment Options
Configuring Data Sources
Data Source Maintenance
Introduction to Message-Oriented Middleware Concepts
Destinations – Queues and Topics
Configure and Target JMS Servers
6. JMS (cont.)
JMS Monitoring and Maintenance
Authentication, Authorisation and Security Providers
Roles & Policies
Protecting Web Apps
Managing Security Data
8. Protecting WLS
Keys and Certificates
Protect against attacks
Securing the Admin Console
9. Monitoring & Tuning Introduction
Monitoring with Admin Console & Monitoring Dashboard
Monitoring with WLST
JVM – common issues
10. Review & Practical Workshop
Recap Middleware concepts & architecture and WLS key features
Create fully functional domain to students own specification
Address real world issues specific to students requirements.
Realise issues arising from working with remote hosts