Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c: Multitenancy Administration Ed 1


Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c: Multitenancy Administration Ed 1 Certification Training Course Overview

This Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c: Multitenancy Administration Ed 1 preparing shows you the new multitenancy abilities in WebLogic Server 12.2.1, including insights concerning the organization, observing, arrangement, and SaaS-empowering highlights, and coordination with Oracle Traffic Director and Oracle Coherence. Figure out how Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c Multitenancy offers thickness, productivity, application segregation, pluggable application bundling alternatives, and improved robotization capacities, all in a simple to-embrace bundle, and all built to empower simple development to the cloud. Audience: Administrator Implementer  

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Course Prerequisites

Prophet WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I  

After completion of this course, you will figure out how to: Create WebLogic Server Domains to help multitenancy. Create space parcels. Create asset gatherings and asset bunch formats. Use Oracle Traffic Director in a multitenant domain. Use Oracle pluggable databases in a multitenant domain Utilize Fusion Middleware Control to make, keep up and screen multitenant conditions. Use Oracle Coherence in WebLogic Server multitenant conditions. Export and import area parcels. Configure Resource Consumption Management to guarantee Java applications carry on well in a multitenant situation. Use Partition Work Managers to guarantee Java applications get a decent amount in a multitenant situation. Use WLST and REST interfaces for multitenancy arrangement and upkeep.