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Weblogic Administration Training | oracle weblogic server 12C
weblogic administration training with oracle weblogic server 11g & 12c online course at Global Online Trainings offers training with materials by experts.
Weblogic administration Training Course Introduction : Weblogic administration Training at Global Online Trainings is Java EE application that can be used to develop & deploy multitier distributed applications. The Administrator of a Weblogic server involves in many tasks like creating , managing Weblogic clusters, & its domain, deploying applications, configuration of webserver, managing transactions, JDBC security, JMS, and many more. To be stated in simple words Managing & maintaining of Weblogic server. WebLogic administration Training includes a set of of activities to be performed, right from creating and configuring server domains, to deploying and securing applications, to monitoring & troubleshooting server, Automate the server migration & failover, application and performance issues. Prerequisite : Wblogic and JEE developers.Database AdministratorsLinux administratorsAny fresherBasic java programming skill will be added advantage.
Career Growth for Weblogic administration Training: First at Weblogic Admin at basic level, infrastructure support engineer, and progress to infrastructure architecture and then promoted to data center designerWeblogic framework supported tools are as follows: Struts, Spring, hibernate, SOA, ESB and BPEL. Basic software requirement: Software: Oracle weblogic, Apache HTTP server, java jdk 7, Apache j meter, Open SSL, and operating system like windows, linux and solaris. Hardware: 4GB Ram, latest processor with good speed lets suppose 1.2GHz minium requirement, 60GB hard disk.
ORACLE WEBLOGIC SERVER 11G & 12C ONLINE COURSEOVERVIEW OF THE WEBLOGIC ADMINISTRATION TRAININGInstallations of WebLogic AdministrationApplying Service PacksManaging WebLogic LicensesDomains, Administration Servers & Managed ServersAdministration ConsoleSTARTING & STOPPING WEBLOGIC SERVERSsetting up WebLogic Server as ServiceStarting & Stopping WebLogic Administration ServerAdding a WebLogic Managed Server to a DomainStarting & Stopping a WebLogic Managed ServerRegistering Start-up & Shutdown ClassesCONFIGURING & DEPLOYING APPLICATIONSDynamic DeploymentDeployment of Enterprise JavaBeansConfiguration & Deployment of Web ApplicationsUsing Administration Console to Deploy ApplicationsSide by side deploymentDetail discussion about issues while doing deployment.Deployment descriptors.Web.xml & weblogic.xmlProduction deployment.ADMINISTERING SECURITYBasic Concepts of Authorization & AuthenticationBasic Concepts of CryptographySecurity ModelsDefining Users, Groups, & ACLsConfiguring Security in Web ApplicationsSetting Up Authentication for Web ApplicationsRestricting Access to Resources in a Web ApplicationConfigurations for SSL Protocol Managing Database Connections & Data SourcesJDBC OverviewSetting up & Manage JDBC Connection PoolsSetting up & Manage JDBC Data Sources & multi data Sources.Create & Manage MultiPoolsADMINISTERING JAVA MESSAGE SERVICEOverview of the JMSConfiguring Connection FactoriesConfiguring JMS ServersConfiguring Connection ConsumersMonitoring JMSADMINISTERING WEBLOGIC SERVER CLUSTERSIntroduction to WebLogic Server ClusteringCreate a New ClusterConfigure Replication GroupsStarting a WebLogic Server ClusterClustered ServicesLoad Balancing of Clustered ServicesFailover Support for Clustered ServicesCluster-Wide JNDI Naming ServiceIdempotent ObjectsHTTP Session State ReplicationFirewall Considerations for ClustersMONITORING & TROUBLESHOOTING WEBLOGIC SERVERSOverview of the MonitoringMonitoring ServersOverview of Logging SubsystemLog File FormatMessage AttributesViewing the LogsTrouble shootingPerformance TuningThe JVMMemoryGarbage collectionToolsThread DumpHeap DumpWeblogic Scripting Language (WLST)Apache Http Server integration(Plug-ins) with WeblogicDETAIL DISCUSSION ON NODE MANAGERImportance of nodemanagerHow to start & stop servers using nodemanagerNodemanager log file.How nodemanager control the servers in different Domains.