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WebLogic Server Administration on Solaris Training

Course ID: WAS1165
Duration: 5 Days

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Description

This course teaches the basics of the administration and deployment of Web applications in BEA WebLogic Server 8.1 on Solaris.

 

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Learning Objectives

  • Understand WebLogic architecture
  • Understand deployments of EJB and Web applications
  • Understand how to run WebLogic as a Web server
  • Set up WebLogic Server test environments for developers
  • Start/stop servers, problem detection and trouble shooting
  • Use clustering for fault tolerance and load balancing
  • Configure and monitor resources in a production environment
  • Conduct security planning and implementation
  • Handle large throughput and concurrency
  • Understand performance tuning¬†

Prerequisites

  • Knowledge and experience of network management and protocols
  • Knowledge and experience of RDBMS

Course Outline

J2EE and WebLogic Server
  • N-tier architecture
  • J2EE architecture
  • WebLogic Server terminologies
  • WebLogic Server architecture
WebLogic Server Administration Basics
  • Role of an administrator
  • JMX-based and SNMP-based administration
  • JMX-based and SNMP-based administration
  • Monitoring and logging
  • Deployments
  • Services
  • Transaction
  • Security
  • Tuning
Configure and Monitor Domains, Servers and Machines
  • Configure domain, domain logging and applications
  • Configure and monitor servers
  • Create a machine in a domain
WebLogic Security Management
  • Set up the Java Security Manager
  • Create a security realm
  • Define users and groups
  • Define access control and permission
  • Configure the SSL protocol
  • Password protection
  • Install an audit provider
  • Install a connection filter
Use WebLogic Server as a Web Server
  • Set up WebLogic for HTTP requests
  • Set up standard MIME type
  • Use HTTP Server logs
  • Set up session management
WebLogic Server Deployments
  • Application assembly basics
  • Application format and directory structure
  • Configured deployment
  • Hot deployment
  • Auto deployment
  • Enterprise application deployment
  • EJB deployment
  • WebLogic Server deployment descriptor editor
  • Web application deployment
JNDI
  • JNDI basics
  • JNDI context
  • Object lookup using JNDI
  • JNDI in datasource, JMS, and EJB deployment
  • Monitoring JNDI tree
WebLogic Server Transaction Management
  • WebLogic Server transaction support
  • Configure WebLogic transactions
  • Monitor and logging transactions
Create, Configure and Monitor JDBC Services
  • JDBC drivers
  • JDBC connection and transaction
  • JDBC connection pools
  • JDBC datasources
Create, Configure and Monitor JMS Services
  • MOM and JMS
  • JMS domains
  • JMS connection factories
  • JMS servers, JMS queues, JMS topics
WebLogic Server Clustering
  • How clusters work
  • Cluster configuration planning
  • Cluster configuration tasks
  • Cluster administration
WebLogic Server Performance Tuning
  • JVM tuning
  • Operating system tuning
  • WebLogic server tuning
  • WebLogic client tuning
  • Performance analysis tools
The Node Manager
  • Node Manager Architecture
  • Node Manager Functionality
  • Setting up the Node Manager
  • Node Manager Logging
Web Services Support in WebLogic Server
  • Why do we need web services?
  • Web Services Supporting Architecture Standards
  • The role of SOAP, UDDI and WSDL
  • Web Service Components in WebLogic
  • Administering WebLogic Web Services

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