Weblogic Administration - Amazon S3

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Weblogic Administration


I. Weblogic Server Basics



Overview of WebLogic


WebLogic
Directory Structure



The config.xml File


Starting and Stopping

WebLogic Server


Architecture

of weblogicServer


Weblogic Providing Services


J2EE
ServciesOverview


The
Administration Console



Overview

of the
Administration Console




Domain

Configuration



Servers

Configuration


Hands On:

Installing of Weblogic Sever10.3 , Creation of domains, Starting and stopping the servers
.,J2EEService Con
figurations




I
I
. I
ntroduction Weblogic Managed
Servers and Clusters



What is a Cluster?


Communications in
a Cluster



Cluster
-
Wide JNDI Tree


Configuring Clusters


Node Manager


Deploying Applications to
a Cluster



Creating a Cluster


Starting the Cluster


Deploying an Application to
the Cluster



Testing the Deployment



Overview on

SNMP


Clusters and Remote Services



Adding a Remote Server to
the Cluster



Starting the Cluster


Deploying an Application to
the Cluster



Testing the Deployment



Hands On:

Creation of managed Servers in

Multi OS,

Creation of
Cluster,

Configuring
Cluster,

Starting
the
Managed server
, Starting the Cluster, , Cluster deployment etc .







III.
JNDI and JMS Resources



What is JMS?


JMS Mod
els


Creating a JMS Servers


Configuring JMS with

Services


JMS Server Settings


JMS servers,

JMS queues, JMS

topics


JMS connection factories


JMS distributed destination


JMS Persistent Store

JMS FileStore,

JMS JDBC Store


Foreign JMS
Server Conf
iguration


Overview on JMS

Message Bridges.



IV.
Configuring Weblogic resources



Connection Pools and
Data Sources



Configuring Data Sources


Data Source Settings


Multi Data Sources


Virtual Hosting in Web logic


Hands On:

Creating JMS
servers,

JMSmodules,

Queues, Connection factories, Distributed queues.


Configuring JDBC connection pools
, Data Source, MultiDatasources
, DataSourceFactory

and Testing
with Applications



V.
Deployments



J2EE Web
Applications, EJBApplications


Settin
gs in the web.xmlFile


Example web.xml


Deploying a
Web Application



J2EE Enterprise Applications


Guidelines for Enterprise JavaBeans


Stateless Session Beans


Stateful Session Beans


Entity Beans


Message Driven Beans


Settings in theap
plication.xml File


Example
of application.xml



Deploying an Enterprise Application


Deploying an Enterprise Application

• Auto Deployment


Command
line Deployment

via Commands



Webserver Plug
-
Ins



Overview of Plug
-
Ins


Integration
of Apache

Web Server with Web logic
Server Configuration


Hands on: On the above topics




VI.
Security and
Threads Concepts

in Weblogic



Security Concepts


Managing Users


Managing Groups


Managing User Lockouts


Setting Minimum
Password Length



WebL
ogic Security


Secure Sockets
Layer (
SSL)


Configuring SSL


Execute Threads in Weblogic Services


Threading Services in Weblogic



Weblogic Server Transaction Management



Weblogic Server
Transaction support


Monitoring the Weblogic

Transactions fo
r the Applications


Hands on: On the above topics






VII.
Monitoring and Performance Tuning and
Troubleshooting



General Information


Server Performance


User Logins


Transactions


Connection Pools


Work Managers


JMS Destinations



JVM Performance


SunSDK


JVM Performance
-

JRockit, Garbage Collector




Techniques to Fix
Server Crash

problems



Various Types of Log File
for Troubles
hooting


Backup Configurations for

weblogic Environment



Upgrading the version of Weblogic Sever



Discussing differences

b
etween Weblogic Server 8.1,9x and 10.3 versions





VIII.
Third party Monitoring Tools



Jprofiler andJprobe



Integrating Third
party monitoring

tools like Jprofiler, Jprobe with the Weblogic Server


IX.
Command line Utility



WLST
-
Weblogic scripting Tool



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Fusion Middleware Administration



I. Introduction to Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g


• Fusion Middleware concepts

• Introduct
ion to WebLogic Server

• WebLogic Server Domain, Administration Server and Managed Server

• Oracle
Instance,

Oracle Home, Metadata Repository

• File System and Directory Structure in Fusion Middleware



II. Installation & configuration of Fusion Middleware

(DB, WebLogic, Webcenter & SOA Suite)


• Installing Oracle Database

• Installing Metadata Repository for Fusion Middleware

• Installing WebLogic Server

• Installing Additional Fusion Middleware components (SOA Suite, Webcenter, portal)

• Configuring Fusio
n Middleware components (SOA Suite, Webcenter, portal)

• Start/Stop Services

• Start/Stop WebLogic Administration Server

• Start/Stop Managed Server

• Start/Stop Middleware Control



III. Node Manager and Deploying Application


• Introduction to Node
Manager

• Configuring Node Manager and starting Managed Servers using Node Manager

• Overview of Deploying Applications

• Understanding Data Sources

• Deploying and
Undeploying Java

EE Applications





IV. Monitoring Oracle Fusion Middleware


• Overview of

Monitoring Oracle Fusion Middleware

• Monitoring the Status of Oracle Fusion Middleware

• Monitoring an Oracle WebLogic Server Domain

• Monitoring an Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Server or Managed Server

• Monitoring a Component

• Monitoring Appl
ications

• Monitoring the Performance of Oracle Fusion Middleware Components



V. Configuring Security and High Availability for SOA, Webcenter, portal


• Creating Additional Administrative Users

• Creating Additional Users with Specific Roles

• Changing t
he Administrative User Password

• Defining Virtual Hosts for SOA Cluster

• Installation and Configuration of SOA in Active Cluster.


VI. Integrating E
-
Business Suite with OID/SSO and Webcenter


VII. Integrating E
-
Business Suite with OID/SSO and Oracle
Portal


VIII. Integrating E
-
Business Suite with SOA