ORACLE WEBLOGIC SERVER 11G & 12C ADMINISTRATION WORKSHOP – GTWL4
By the end of the course, students should be able to:
Design and build a WebLogic domain so that applications survive a failure of any of the following:
- computer holding HTTPSession
- computer hosting database
- computer running administration server
- computer running JMS destinations
- computer holding transaction manager
- any of the above computer unable to restart (i.e. need to migrate)
Identify which of the above can be automated, and where required, perform necessary manual recovery.
Secure a WebLogic domain.
Automate the rebuilding of a domain on a different computer.
Administrators with some basic experience of WebLogic who want to be able to configure and manage WebLogic to provide high availability, scalability and resilience to failures. The emphasis is on using WebLogic to solve real-world problems associated with providing enterprise-level web applications and web services.
Some experience or knowledge of WebLogic concepts and basic configuration. These prerequisite skills can be obtained by attending the WebLogic Basics Introduction course Oracle WebLogic Server 11g & 12c Administration Basics -GTWL1 or Oracle WebLogic Server 11g & 12c Administration Introduction – GTWL3
There are a number of options of suitable follow-on courses, depending on your business needs. Please contact us for further details.
Recap of WebLogic Admin basics
- Configure a simple domain
- Deploy and test sample application and its required services
- Security: roles, policies, authentication, encryption
Configure a Domain using Templates
WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST)
- Configure, start, shutdown using console or WLST
- Node Managers
HTTP Session replication
JDBC load balancing and failover
- Distributed datasources
JMS Bridge to External Server
JMS load balancing and failover
- Guaranteed message delivery
- Distributed destinations
- Store and forward
- Service migration
- WebLogic Server migration
- Secure Administration channel
- Integrate WebLogic Server with external authentication providers: LDAP server; database security store