Advanced Oracle WebLogic 12c Administration Training

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Yes, this class can be tailored to meet your specific training needs.
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Yes, group discounts are provided.

Course Description

 
Attendees entering this class should have a basic knowledge of creating and administering domains. Windows/Linux/Unix/Mac OS X system administrators or students with equivalent knowledge will take advantage of some of the more specialized features that Weblogic provides. We will emulate load on a server and tune the server to enhance the performance. This is a hands-on learning experience; each student has their own Weblogic Server.
Course Length: 5 Days
Course Tuition: $2090 (US)

Prerequisites

Participants should have taken the Weblogic Server Administrative fundamentals class. Familiarity with installing and configuring software on a Windows platform is essential. Some knowledge of Java is helpful, but not necessary

Course Outline

 
Course Introduction
Course Objectives
Course Overview
Using the Workbook
Suggested References
 
WebLogic Management Services
Weblogic Console Management
Management Tools
JMX
WLST
SNMP
Weblogic Diagnostics Framework
Weblogic 10 Self Tuning Kernel
Extending the Administration Console
 
WebLogic JMX
Hands-On Cont.
WebLogic Server MBean Data Model
MBean Lifecycle
MBean Servers
Walk-Through Cont.
Walk-Through Cont.
Using Local MBean Servers
Using Remote MBean Servers
Exploring MBeans
MBean Methods/Properties
HandsOn 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
Using Weblogic 8.1 Thread Pools
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
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 Hands-On
Configuring the Harvester
Harvester Walk Through
Configuring Watches and Notifications
 
Weblogic SNMP
Agent-Manager Model
Weblogic SNMP
MIB for WebLogic Server
JMX vs SNMP
OID Numbers
SNMP Utilities
SNMP Communities
SNMP Events
SNMP Traps Hands-On Cont.
 WebLogic Performance Tuning
Performance Objectives
Benchmarking
Emulating Load on Weblogic
JMeter
HANDS-ON Load Emulating Weblogic
Bottleneck Location
Java Stack Traces
CPU Utilization
Memory Utilization
Monitoring the JVM
Sun JVM Performance Tools
Starting JConsole
Tuning Sun JVM
Tuning Sun JVM Cont.
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 JDBC Applications Cont.
Tuning EJB Applications
Tuning Session Beans
Network bottleneck
Weblogic Monitoring Tools
Performance Tuning Summary
 
Configuring Weblogic Security Providers
WebLogic SSL
Security Realms
Default LDAP Server
Exporting/Importing/Backing up LDAP
WebLogic Resources
HANDS ON ( Embedded LDAP)
HANDS ON Cont. ( Embedded LDAP)
LDAP log Files
Security Debugging in WebLogic 10
Default Security Configuration
Creating new Realms
Configuring RDBMS Authentication Providers
 
WebLogic SSL
One-Way and Two-Way SSL
Host Name Verification
Keystores
Generating Keys
Storing Keys and Certificates
Keys and Certificates
SSL Debugging
SSL Hands On Walk-Through
Https Session Behavior
 
Advanced WebLogic JMS
JMS for Administrators
JMS Hands-On Cont.
Building Weblogic JMS Components
Managing JMS destinations
Message Looping
JMS Logging
JMS Messaging Bridge
JMS Messaging Bridge Building
 
Advanced Server Features
SAF Resources In a JMS Module
JMS Quality of Service
WebLogic persistent store
SAF Service Agents
When to Use the SAF Service
Configuring a Basic SAF Service Walk-Through

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