Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: Administration Overview

Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: Administration Overview Certification Training Course Overview

This course will review some of the principal components and products under the Fusion Middleware umbrella. This course will teach you about the tools, tasks and techniques employed to administer these components and products.

Audience: This course is best suited for System Administrators and Technical Administrators.

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Course Modules

Module 1: Fusion Middleware Products and Architecture
  • What is Middleware
  • Oracle Fusion Middleware Architecture
  • Oracle Fusion Middleware Products
  • Fusion Middleware Tools Overview
Module 2: Fusion Middleware Repositories
  • The Metadata Repository and Which Products Use It
  • The Repository Creation Utility
  • SOA Suite Schema Overview
  • WebCenter Schema Overview
  • Identity Management Schema Overview
Module 3: Fusion Middleware Installation Overview
  • Supported Configurations Overview
  • Installation Planning Overview
  • Enterprise Deployment Guides (EDG) Overview
  • Installation Directory Structure
  • WLS Installation Overview
  • SOA Installation Overview
  • Identity Management Installation Overview
  • Installing Patches
Module 4: WebLogic Server Concepts
  • WebLogic Domain
  • Managed Server / Administration Server
  • Cluster/Machine
  • Starting / Stopping Servers
  • Node Manager
  • Application Deployment Concepts
  • Data Source Concepts
  • Java Message Service (JMS) Concepts
Module 5: Core WebLogic Server Administration and Monitoring
  • Starting Servers with Start Scripts
  • Boot Identity File (boot.properties)
  • WLS Administration Console Overview
  • Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control
  • MBean Basics and JMX
  • Comparison of Fusion Middleware Control and the WebLogic Server Admin Console
  • Enterprise Manager Grid Control
  • WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST)
Module 6: Node Manager
  • Node Manager Architecture
  • Node Manager Configuration (Java-based Node Manager)
  • Basic Node Manager Properties
  • Enrolling Node Manager with a Domain
  • Node Manager Files
  • Node Manager Control of Servers (start/stop/auto restart)
  • Node Manager Best Practices
Module 7: Configuring Fusion Middleware Components
  • Fusion Middleware Configuration Wizard Templates
  • Configuring Oracle Internet Directory
  • Configuring Oracle HTTP Server
  • Registering the Web Tier with WebLogic Server
  • Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) Basics
  • OHS as the Proxy to a WebLogic Server Cluster
  • Controlling OHS from Fusion Middleware Control
  • Configuring OHS to Front the Administration Server
Module 8: Fusion Middleware Security
  • Oracle Platform Security Services
  • Users, Groups, and Roles
  • Identity Store
  • Identity Store and Authentication Providers
  • Configuring Authentication Providers
  • Credential and Policy Stores
  • Authorization Relationship to the Policy Store
  • SSL
Module 9: Backup and Recovery
  • Introduction to Backup and Recovery
  • Homes: Oracle, Middleware, WebLogic
  • Backups
  • Recovery
Module 10: Fusion Middleware High Availability
  • Fusion Middleware High Availability Overview
  • WebLogic Cluster Overview
  • SOA High Availability Considerations
  • ADF High Availability Architecture
  • WebCenter High Availability
Module 11: Development to Production
  • The Software Lifecycle and WebLogic
  • Deployment Terms
  • What Can Be Deployed
  • Deployment Review
  • Deployment Plans
  • Moving from Test to Production (First Time)
  • Moving from Test to Production (Later)
Module 12: Development to Production
  • Performance Tuning Methodology
  • JVM Tuning Overview
  • WebLogic Server Tuning
  • Tune Oracle HTTP Server (OHS)
  • Check Database Configuration
  • Basic SOA Suite Tuning
  • Basic WebCenter Tuning
  • Basic Identity Management Tuning
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.

Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:

  • Illustrate Fusion Middleware architecture
  • Create a WebLogic domain for Fusion Middleware
  • Deploy applications, including SOA Composite applications
  • Comprehend Node Manager Architecture
  • Comprehend Node Manager Configuration
  • Comprehend Basic Node Manager Properties
  • Examine Fusion Middleware components with the use of Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control
  • Configure Internet Directory
  • Comprehend Enterprise Deployment Guides
  • Manage OHS from Fusion Middleware Control
  • Configure OHS to Front the Administration Server
  • Configure HTTP Server
  • Employ the most common Fusion Middleware administration utilities
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