Weblogic Admin

Duration : 40 Hrs

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.

Chapter 1: Introduction
  • Exposure to middleware
  • Application server as a Middleware
  • Oracle Fusion middleware
  • Role of Weblogic 11g  in OFMW
Chapter 2: J2EE
  • Basic Java Concepts
  • J2EE introduction and overview
  • J2EE components
  • J2EE packages
  • JVM Introduction  and Working with JVM   
Chapter 3: Installation
  • Pre requisites
  • GUI mode Installation
  • Console Mode Installation
 Chapter 4: Domain
  • Configuring Domain
  • Creation of Server
  • Domain Templates
Chapter 5: Using Admin Console and WLST
  • Using  Admin console for Management
  • Features of Admin Console
  • Using WLST for administration
 Chapter 6: Working With server
  • Creation of Managed server
  • Node manager
  • MSI
 Chapter 7: File system configuration and Logging
  • File structure
  • Configuration files
  •  Logs and Traces
Chapter 8: Deployment
  • Deployment  concepts
  • Deployment types
  • Deployment methods
  • Deployment related configurations
  • Advanced Deployment
 Chapter 9: JDBC and Connection Pooling
  • JDBC introduction
  • JDBC drivers
  • Creation of Data sources
  • Creation of Connection pools
  • Performance and Trouble shooting
 Chapter 10: JMS and Connection Factory
  • JMS Introduction
  • Creation of JMS resources
  • Creation of JMS stores
  • Creation of JMS connection factory
  • JMS Sub deployments
  • Performance and Trouble shooting
Chapter 11: Clustering
  • Cluster introduction
  • Creating a cluster
  • Configuring a cluster
  • Start and Stopping of clusters
  • Managing cluster
  • Session management
  • Performance and Trouble shooting
Chapter 12: Coherence 3.7
  • Creating Coherence clusters
  • Testing Coherence cache
 Chapter 13: Security Concepts and Configuration
  • Security Realms
  • Users and Roles
  • Security policies
  • SSL security.


No reviews

Post Review

Review Title
Review Content
View All Categories

Quick Enquiry

Technology Portfolio