Oracle Coherence 12c: Share and Manage Data in Clusters


Oracle Coherence 12c: Share and Manage Data in Clusters Certification Training Course Overview


In this Oracle Coherence 12c: Share and Manage Data in Clusters training course, you will learn about Coherence and Coherence development. Oracle Coherence is an in-memory data caching and event engine often referred to as an in-memory data grid solution which is designed to seamlessly improve performance, reliability and fault tolerance of Java, .NET and C++ applications. Target Audience Administrator Developer

Oracle Coherence 12c: Share and Manage Data in Clusters Course schedule & Prices

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Duration : 5 Days (10 Days for 4 Hours/Day)
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9 AM - 5 PM (Flexible Time Slots for 4 hours option)




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Course Prerequisites

Students should be familiar with basic XML constructs Students should be proficient in the Java language Familiarity with Eclipse is helpful but not required Knowledge of JAXB and JSON helpful but not required

Optimize Java entity objects, stored in Coherence caches, using various approaches such as core Java Serializable, ExternalizableLite, and Portable Object Format technique Write Java clients that perform dynamic queries, and use in-place processing across a Coherence data grid (Map Reduce) Implement Coherence event handing using the various eventing models, including Live Events Manage Coherence Clusters in a WLS environment, including developing and deploying Coherence Grid Archives(GARs) Run Coherence cache servers and the cache console Develop Coherence Java entity objects and Java clients, optimized for Coherence Describe, configure, and deploy local, replicated, distributed, and near cache topology architectures Install Coherence in standalone and within WLS environments