Oracle Weblogic 12c for Administrators™ A Complete Guide

Oracle Weblogic 12c for Administrators™ A Complete  Guide

Oracle Weblogic 12c for Administrators™: A Complete Guide
.MP4 | Video: 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 44100 Hz, 2ch | 2.94 GB
Duration: 6 hours | Genre: eLearning Video | Language: English
Complete Oracle Fusion Middleware, Architectures, Database, Administration, Node Manager, Deploy/Undeploy & Many More.


What you'll learn

Concept of Client / Server Architecture
Understand 3 Tier of Architecture
Oracle Database Installation and Configuration.
Oracle Fusion Middleware Installation / Configuration.
Administration / Managed Server (MS) Server Concept.
Managed Server Concept.
Node Manager / Machine Importance.
Weblogic Cluster Concept.
Administration of Weblogic through Web Console.
Weblogic Scripting Tools WLST concept and deployment of application.
Deploy / Undeploy Applications.
Weblogic Server Cache.
Weblogic Garbage Collection (GC) Process.
Server Logs For Administration
Concept of Development and Production Environment

Requirements

Basic knowledge about Java, System Administration.
Basic Knowledge of Oracle Database 11g or 12c.
Knowledge of Basic Networking and Linux Operating System

Description

Oracle WebLogic Server is a scalable, enterprise-ready Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) application server.

The WebLogic Server infrastructure supports the deployment of many types of distributed applications and is an ideal foundation for building applications based on Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA).

SOA is a design methodology aimed at maximizing the reuse of application services

The WebLogic Server complete implementation of the Java EE 5.0 specification provides a standard set of APIs for creating distributed Java applications that can access a wide variety of services, such as databases, messaging services, and connections to external enterprise systems.

End-user clients access these applications using Web browser clients or Java clients. It also supports the Spring Framework, a programming model for Java applications which provides an alternative to aspects of the Java EE model

WebLogic Server clusters provide scalability and reliability for your applications by distributing the workload among multiple instances of WebLogic Server. Incoming requests can be routed to a WebLogic Server instance in the cluster based on the volume of work being processed. In case of hardware or other failures, the session state is available to other cluster nodes that can resume the work of the failed node.

Work Managers prioritize work based on rules you define and by monitoring actual run time performance statistics. This information is then used to optimize the performance of your application.

WebLogic Server persistent store is a built-in, high-performance storage solution for WebLogic Server subsystems and services that require persistence. For example, it can store persistent JMS messages or temporarily store messages sent using the Store-and-Forward feature. The persistent store supports persistence to a file-based store or to a JDBC-enabled database.

Enterprise-ready deployment tools facilitate deployment and migration of applications from the development phase to a production environment.

Production redeployment enables enterprises to deploy a new version of their application without interrupting work in progress on the older version.

Who this course is for:

Students Want to have Basic knowledge about Java, System Administration.
Beginner Java developers, and students who wants to be expert in oracle database 12c
Systems administrators, architectures, and developers who need to understand architectural and technical concepts in-depth.
Oracle DBA, Middleware Consultants
Fresh IT students who need strong SQL and database knowledge.




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