Advanced Oracle WebLogic 12c Administration

Advanced Oracle WebLogic 12c Administration

Bascom Bridge’s Advanced Oracle WebLogic 12c Administration training class teaches students advanced strategies for automating the administration of, configuring, and securing WebLogic. Attendees learn to use the specialized WebLogic features as well as WLST Scripting, the basics of MBeans, and more.

WEBLOGIC ADMINISTRATION TRAINING OBJECTIVES

  • Configure WebLogic advanced features
  • Use JMX to monitor and manage WebLogic
  • Explore WLDF
  • Create WLST scripts
  • Conduct advanced tuning of WebLogic
  • Monitor and manage WebLogic via SNMP
  • Configure WebLogic security providers
  • Implement SSL for web applications
  • Configure custom WebLogic Security components
  • Administer more advanced JMS features
  • Build JMS Store and Forward applications

WEBLOGIC ADMINISTRATION TRAINING PREREQUISITES

All attendees should have experience equivalent to Bascom Bridge’s  Oracle WebLogic 12c Administration training. In addition, the default outline for this course requires some Java programming skills.

WEBLOGIC ADMINISTRATION TRAINING MATERIALS

All students receive comprehensive courseware covering all topics in the course.

SOFTWARE NEEDED FOR EACH PC:

  • Windows XP or later, Windows Server 2003 or later, Linux, or Mac OS X
  • At least 3 GB RAM; we strongly recommend 4 GB RAM or more
  • Full administrative rights for the attendee on the computer
  • A default installation of Oracle WebLogic 12c
  • Please contact us for detailed setup instructions if you have purchased this class.
  • For classes delivered online, all participants need either dual monitors or a separate device logged into the online session so that they can do their work on one screen and watch the instructor on the other. A separate computer connected to a projector or large screen TV would be another way for students to see the instructor’s screen simultaneously with working on their own.

WEBLOGIC ADMINISTRATION TRAINING OUTLINE

  • Introduction
  • WebLogic Management Services
    • WebLogic Console Management
    • Management Tools
    • JMX
    • WLST
    • SNMP
    • WebLogic Diagnostics Framework
    • WebLogic 12 Self Tuning Kernel
    • Extending the Administration Console
  • WebLogic JMX
    • JMX
    • MBeans
    • WebLogic Server
    • MBean Data Model
    • MBean Lifecycle
    • MBean Servers
    • Using Local MBean Servers
    • Using Remote MBean Servers
    • Exploring MBeans
    • MBean Methods/Properties
    • Custom JMX Utilities
  • WebLogic Scripting Tool
    • Using WLST
    • Jython Syntax
    • Jython Conditionals
    • Jython Loops
    • Sample WLST
    • Recording User Interactions in WLST
    • WebLogic Management Objects
    • Monitoring the invocations of a JSP
    • Deploying in WLST
    • Undeploying in WLST
    • Server Monitoring in WLST
    • JVM Monitoring in WLST
  • WebLogic Work Managers
    • Work Manager Overview
    • Using Work Managers
    • Work Manager Components
    • Request Classes
    • Fair Share Request class
    • Response-Time Goal Request Class
    • Context-Based Request Class
    • Work Manager Constraints
    • Stuck Thread Work Manager
    • Using Work Managers
    • Work Manager Scope
    • Monitoring Work Managers
  • WebLogic Diagnostics Framework
    • What is WLDF?
    • Diagnostics Framework Components
    • Configuring WLDF
    • WLDF Types of Monitoring
    • Collecting Data Gathering Data
    • Data Accessor
    • Configuring Image Capture and Archive
    • Diagnostic System Modules
    • Diagnostic Modules
    • Configuring the Harvester
    • Harvester Walk Through
    • Configuring Watches and Notifications
  • WebLogic Performance Tuning
    • Performance Objectives
    • Benchmarking Emulating Load on WebLogic
    • JMeter Load Emulating WebLogic
    • Bottleneck Location Java Stack Traces
    • CPU Utilization Memory Utilization
    • Monitoring the JVM
    • Sun JVM Performance Tools
    • Starting JConsole
    • Tuning Sun JVM
    • Switching the JVM
    • JRockit JVM Performance Tools
    • JRockit Console
    • JRockit Runtime Analyzer (JRA)
    • JRockit Notifier
    • JRockit Method Profiler
    • JRockit Memory Leak Detector
    • Using Verbose GC
    • Database bottlenecks
    • Tuning JDBC Applications
    • Tuning EJB Applications
    • Tuning Session Beans
    • Network bottleneck
    • WebLogic Monitoring Tools
    • Performance Tuning Summary
  • WebLogic SNMP
    • What is SNMP?
    • Agent-Manager Model
    • MIB for WebLogic Server
    • JMX vs SNMP
    • OID Numbers
    • SNMP Utilities
    • SNMP Communities
    • SNMP Events
    • Automatic WebLogic SNMP Traps
    • Log Message Traps
  • Configuring WebLogic Security Providers
    • WebLogic SSL
    • Security Architecture
    • Security Realms
    • Default LDAP Server
    • Exporting/Importing/Backing Up LDAP
    • WebLogic Resources
    • Embedded LDAP
    • LDAP Log Files
    • Security Debugging in WebLogic 12
    • Default Security Configuration
    • Creating New Realms
    • Configuring RDBMS Authentication Providers
  • WebLogic SSL
    • SSL in Brief
    • One-Way and Two-Way SSL
    • Host Name Verification
    • Keystores
    • Generating Keys
    • Storing Keys and Certificates
    • Keys and Certificates
    • SSL Debugging
    • Https Session Behavior
  • Advanced WebLogic JMS
    • JMS For Administrators
    • Building WebLogic JMS Components
    • Managing JMS Destinations
    • Message Looping
    • JMS Logging
    • JMS Messaging Bridge
    • JMS Messaging Bridge Building
  • WebLogic JMS Store and Forward
    • SAF Overview
    • SAF Resources in a JMS Module
    • JMS Quality of Service
    • WebLogic persistent store
    • SAF Service Agents
    • When to Use the SAF Service
  • Conclusion

Send a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

CONTACT US

+91 9376007676  

INQUIRY NOW


Advanced Oracle WebLogic 12c Administration

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)
Loading...
  • Course No : ORC-313
  •  Theory : 40%
  •  Lab : 60%
  • Duration : 30 hours
Scroll Up
Skip to toolbar