Oracle Coherence 12c: Administer and Troubleshoot Clusters Ed 2.1

Oracle Coherence 12c: Administer and Troubleshoot Clusters Ed 2.1 Certification Training Course Overview

In Oracle Coherence 12c: Administer and Troubleshoot Clusters training course you will learn the necessary knowledge required to administer Coherence in both stand-alone and WebLogic Clusters. Deep dive into different scenarios and how this solution can help you navigate your way through it. Updated for 12.2.1: This course has new content about the new features in Coherence 12.2.1.

Who Should do this course?

  • Application Server Administrators
  • J2EE Developer
  • Java EE Developers
  • System Administrator
  • Web Administrator

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Course Modules

Module 1: Introduction to Coherence
  • Exploring and Enumerating Basic Coherence Concepts, Including Cache, Node, Cluster, Service and Others
  • Exploring the Role and Tasks of a Coherence Administrator
  • Enumerating Coherence Editions and Their Features
Module 2: Coherence Basics
  • Illustrating Coherence and How It Relates to WLS
  • Installing Coherence
  • Managing Coherence Cache Servers
  • Exploring the Cache Console
Module 3: Cluster Management
  • Enumerating Cluster Startup Principles and Concepts
  • Configuring Cluster Membership
  • Configuring Member Ports and Identification
Module 4: Cluster Provisioning
  • Performing Member Provisioning
  • Managing and Monitoring Coherence Nodes by Using Scripts
  • Configuring Basic Logging and Log Rotation (Including Log4j)
  • Configuring Coherence and System Properties
Module 5: Configuring Coherence Caches
  • Enumerating the Core Elements of Cache Configuration
  • Exploring Basic Scheme Structure and Cache Mapping
  • Configuring Quorum and Service Guardian
  • Exploring Basic Topologies
Module 6: Introduction to Coherence Monitoring
  • Identifying and Describing the Primary Management Capabilities of Coherence
  • Configuring JMX Basics and Common Tools Such as Java Console and JVisualVM
  • Generating Reports by Using Coherence Reporter
  • Creating and Customizing Coherence Reports
  • Implementing the Coherence Rolling Upgrade Process
Module 7: Coherence Cluster Monitoring
  • The Four Pillars of Coherence Performance: Stability, Performance, Balance, and Capacity
  • Identifying and Describing the Themes Behind Coherence Cluster Monitoring
  • Investigating Coherence Cluster Monitoring Themes
Module 8: Coherence Troubleshooting and Performance Tuning
  • Identifying Common Problems and Solutions
  • Describing Common Areas for Performance Tuning
  • Exploring Java Mission Control to Capture and Analyze Information from a Running VM
  • Capturing and Examining Heap Dumps
Module 9: Coherence*Extend
  • Describing, Configuring, and Deploying a Coherence*Extend Gateway
  • Tuning and Simplifying a Coherence*Extend
Module 10: Coherence and REST
  • Exploring Coherence REST
  • Configuring Coherence for REST
  • Accessing Coherence REST
  • REST and JEE Application Deployment
  • Securing Coherence REST
Module 11: Coherence and GoldenGate HotCache
  • Exploring GoldenGate Concepts
  • Examining HotCache and How It Works
  • Configuring Coherence to Support GoldenGate HotCache
  • Configuring and Running the GoldenGate HotCache Adapter
Module 12: WebLogic Server and Coherence
  • Exploring the Coherence Container and Its Benefits To/From WLS
  • Examining the Coherence/WLS Combined Installation Process
  • Comparing Coherence and WLS Clusters
  • Creating Coherence Clusters Within a WLS Domain
  • Creating and Configuring Coherence Servers (MCS) and Clusters Within a WLS Domain
  • Examining and Deploying Coherence GARs with a WLS Domain
  • Describing and Implementing the Rolling Deploy Process
Module 13: Oracle Enterprise Manager and Coherence
  • Examining the Coherence Management Pack for Enterprise Manager
  • Configuring Coherence Nodes for Management
  • Discovering Coherence Nodes
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.

On Completion of this course you will be able to:-

  • Describe Coherence and its core features.
  • Identify the role of a Coherence administrator.
  • Install, script and configure Coherence.
  • Understand caching and what a Coherence administrator needs to know about caching
  • Configure and deploy the GoldenGate Hot Cache adapter.
  • Identify and deploy Coherence applications.
  • Understand the differences between standalone Coherence and WebLogic-hosted Coherence instances.
  • Monitor Coherence and Coherence applications in standalone and WebLogic environments.
  • Identify common Coherence problems and how they are triaged.