Duration : 40 Hrs

WebLogic Online Training course at Evanta Technologies is designed to make you professional in administering Weblogic Server and learn all that is required to configure, upgrade, and administer the security of Weblogic Server along with the components running inside it. From this course, you get a clear picture of

  • WebLogic Products Overview
  • WebLogic Server Overview & Administration
  • Portals Management
  • Portal Life Cycle
  • Portal Security
  • Group Space
  • Content Management

Weblogic Server configures tasks, upgrade, and administer the security of its applications along with the components running inside it. You will also get an exposure to industry based Real-time projects in various verticals.

Who should do this course?

As such there are no prerequisites for learning WebLogic. Still, with a quantity of prospects in the field, the following job roles will get benefited from this course:

  • End Users
  • IT Professionals
  • Consultants
  • Aspirants aiming for a career in the prospective field.

Evanta Technologies Online Training Institute is one of the best Oracle Weblogic Online training institutes in leading IT online training. Oracle WebLogic Server is the industry’s best application server for constructing and organizing enterprise Java EE applications with support for new features for lowering cost of operations, improving performance, enhancing scalability and supporting the Oracle Applications portfolio. Evanta also do corporate training and help them to train their employees. We are happy to be one of the best leading IT online training institutes with best skilled IT professionals and expert resources.

You manage a WebLogic Server installation by using any of several system administration tools provided with WebLogic Server. A WebLogic Server installation can consist of a single WebLogic Server instance or multiple instances, each hosted on one or more physical machines. The system administration tools include the Administration Console, command line utilities, and an API, with which you manage security, database connections, messaging, transaction processing, and the runtime configuration of your applications. The tools also allow you to monitor the health of the WebLogic Server environment to ensure maximum availability and performance for your applications.

Overview and Setting up a WebLogic Server Environment
  • Install the BEA WebLogic Server 9.1
  • Learn how to create a new custom domain template
  • Create a new domain using the custom domain template
Lab Exercises
  • Install BEA Software
Configure a Domain Template

Configuring a WebLogic Server Environment

  • Become familiar with the Administration Console
  • Practice modifying properties of WebLogic Server through the Administration Console
  • Configure and view log file entries for a WebLogic Server using the Administration Console
  • Configure the WebLogic Server using WLST
Lab Exercises
  • Using the Administration Console
  • Using the Command Line

Managing and Monitoring a WLS Environment

  • Create and Configure Managed Servers and Machines
  • Use Node Manager to start managed servers
  • SNMP Agent, SNMP Manager and trap destinations
Lab Exercises
  • Configure Servers and Machines
  • Starting Servers using Node Manager
  • (Optional) Configuring Network Channels/Network Access Points
(Optional) Using SNMP with WebLogic Server

Understanding JNDI

  • Deploy a startup class and view JNDI tree
Lab Exercises
  • Working with Startup Classes and JNDI

Deploying Applications

  • Deploy Web Applications
  • Create deployment plans
  • Deploy enterprise applications along with the deployment plan
  • Side-by-Side deployment
  • Create and Configure Virtual Hosts
  • Setting up network channels
Lab Exercises
  • Deploying/Undeploying Web Applications
  • Using a Deployment Plan
  • Side-by-Side Deployment

Setting up JDBC

  • Create JDBC data sources
  • Locate a JDBC data source in a server’s JNDI tree
Lab Exercises
  • Configuring Data Sources

Setting up JMS Applications

  • Configure and Monitor JMS Queues and JMS Topics
Lab Exercises
  • Configuring JMS Servers and Destinations

Managing Transactions

  • Monitor transactions in the Administration Console
Lab Exercises
  • Data Sources and Transactions

Securing WLS Resources and Applications

  • Configuring users, passwords and groups
  • Setting security on a Web Application
  • Configure Key stores and SSL
  • WLS features for hardening against password attacks
Lab Exercises
  • Managing Users and Groups
  • Securing Web Applications
  • Configuring Additional Conditions
  • Configuring SSL
Protecting Against Attacks

Introduction to WebLogic Server High Availability

  • Understand the uses of a cluster
  • Describe the basic cluster architecture
  • Describe the multi-tier cluster architecture
  • Understand how clusters communicate

Configuring a Cluster

  • Prepare your environment for a cluster
  • Create and configure a cluster
  • Create and configure a proxy server
Lab Exercises
  • Create a Basic Cluster
  • Configure Proxy Servers

Managing Clusters

  • Deploy applications to a cluster
  • Manage session state in a cluster
  • Troubleshoot a cluster
Lab Exercises
  • Manage HTTP Session States

Clustering EJB Objects

  • Understand EJB clustering capabilities
  • Configure clusterable EJBs
  • Understand EJB clustering best practices
Lab Exercises
  • EJB Load Balancing and Failover

Clustering Services

  • Set up whole server migration
  • Understand JNDI clustering
  • Understand JDBC clustering
  • Migrate a JMS server
  • Migrate transactions

Lab Exercises

  • Cluster JDBC Data Sources
  • Load Balance and Failover JMS Messages


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