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Weblogic 9.2 System Administration
WebLogic Training Overview:

The J2EE platform is Java’s answer to enterprise scalable applications. BEA Weblogic is one of the premiere Application Servers that implements the J2EE specification. Students will come away from class with the ability to build and configure complete Weblogic domains. The course will cover the details of administrating a J2EE server. This is a hands-on learning experience, with each student having their own Weblogic Server to learn with.

WebLogic Training Prerequisites :

Participants should have a System Administrative background. Familiarity with installing and configuring software on a Windows platform is essential. Some knowledge of Java is helpful, but not necessary

WebLogic Training Objectives:

  • Install a Weblogic Server
  • Build a Weblogic Domain
  • Utilize many of the command-line administrative tools provided by Weblogic
  • Implement Database access with Weblogic Connection Pools
  • Describe JMS based messaging servers
  • Create and deploy a JMS Topic
  • Pass messages to and receive messages from a JMS Topic
  • Implement Weblogic security for deployed components
  • Effectively design a clustered installation
  • Monitor an existing Weblogic implementation for problems
  • Tune a Weblogic server for maximum performance
WebLogic Training Course duration:

5 Days

WebLogic Training Course outline

Introduction to Weblogic 9.2
  • What is Java? What is J2EE?
  • The J2EE Architecture Servlets and JSPs
  • Enterprise Java Beans Application Server
  • Web Container EJB Container
  • BEA Weblogic Platform J2EE Example Application
  • What is J2EE?
  • Servlets and JSPs
  • Application Server
  • EJB Container
  • J2EE Example Application
WebLogic Installation and Testing
  • System Configuration
  • Installation
  • WebLogic Directory Structure
  • Building a Domain
  • Domain File Structure
  • startweblogic.cmd
  • Weblogic Scripting
  • Configuring Startup
  • Shutting down Weblogic
  • Installation Files
  • Silent Installation
  • WebLogic Directory Structure cont.
  • WebLogic Server types
  • Configuration Files
  • Testing your Installation
  • WLST Operations
  • Running the WebLogic Console
Weblogic Console Administration
  • Console Overview
  • Centralized Administration
  • Change Center
  • Monitoring Weblogic Servers cont
  • Configuring a new Server
  • Building a Managed Server
  • Node Manager
  • Remote Start Options
  • Monitoring Domain Logging
  • Weblogic Server Memory cont
  • Configuring the Console
  • Monitoring Weblogic Servers
  • Using the Change Center
  • Configuring a New Machine
  • Configuring Domain Properties
  • Weblogic Node Manager
  • Console Configuration
  • Starting Node Manager
  • Weblogic Server Memory
Weblogic JNDI
  • What is JNDI?
  • Using JNDI
  • JNDI Registration
  • JNDI and Weblogic
  • JNDI Client
  • Monitoring JNDI
Weblogic Deployments
  • Deployments Overview
  • EJB Home Interface
  • EJB Implementation Class
  • web.xml
  • ejb-jar.xml
  • weblogic-cmp-rdbms.xml
  • War File Structure
  • Weblogic Deployment Plans
  • weblogic.Deployer
  • Deployment Descriptor Editor
  • EJB Jar Files
  • EJB Remote Interface
  • Deployment Descriptors
  • weblogic.xml
  • weblogic-ejb-jar.xml
  • Deployment techniques
  • Distributing Applications
  • Console Deployment
  • Ant
Configuring JDBC
  • JDBC Architecture
  • Connection Pool
  • Data Sources
  • Monitoring Pool Performance
  • JDBC Driver Install
  • Configuring Connection Pools
  • Tx Data Sources
Configuring JMS
  • Asynchronous Messaging
  • Queue
  • JMS Connection Factory
  • Configuration of JMS Destinations
  • Messages
  • Topic
  • JMS Servers
  • Monitoring JMS Servers
Weblogic HTTP Server
  • Overview
  • IIS and Weblogic
  • Virtual Hosts
  • Configuring HTTP
  • Weblogic Plug-in
  • Apache and Weblogic
  • Weblogic Server HTTP Log Files
Weblogic Security
  • Weblogic Security Design
  • Authorization
  • Authentication-Groups
  • Integration with legacy providers
  • Handling User Lockouts
  • Weblogic Security Providers
  • Authentication-Users
  • Authentication Roles
  • Security Administration Tasks
Configuring Weblogic Clusters
  • Clustering Servers
  • Cluster Design
  • Configuring the Cluster
  • Clustered Servers
  • Server Migration
  • Administrative Server Failure
  • Cluster Layout
  • Implementing a Cluster
  • Load Balancing
  • Cluster Communication
  • WAN and MAN failover
  • Configuring Replication Groups
Node Manager
  • What is Node Manager
  • Configuring Node Manager
  • Node Manager Startup
  • Node Manager Health Monitoring
  • Node Manager Logging
  • Node Manager Details
  • Configuring Node Manager Cont.
  • Node Manager Services
  • Node Manager Domain Management
Weblogic Performance Tuning
  • Introduction
  • CPU Utilization
  • Centralized Diagnostic Service
  • Monitoring the JVM
  • Overload Protection
  • Configuring Network Channels
  • Stuck Threads
  • Memory Utilization
  • Event Capture
  • Server Self-Tuning
  • Network Channels
  • Monitoring Threads
  • Configuring new Thread Queues

 
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