Oracle Service Bus 12c: Administration Ed 1 Course Overview

Oracle Service Bus 12c: Administration Ed 1 Course Overview

The Oracle Service Bus 12c: Administration Ed 1 course is designed to provide learners with a comprehensive understanding of the Oracle Service Bus (OSB) as part of the Oracle Fusion Middleware stack. This course covers the core administrative and management functions of Oracle Service Bus 12c.

Participants will learn about the roles and product architecture of OSB, including its functional layers, and how it fits within the context of SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture). The course includes practical lessons on installing OSB 12c, understanding the requirements, and verifying the installation.

Moreover, it delves into the administration tools available for managing services, change management, and monitoring capabilities such as dashboards, alerts, and reports. Students will also learn about OSB security, including securing services with OWSM and implementing access control policies.

High availability is another critical aspect covered in the course, teaching students about production architecture, performance factors, clustering, throttling, and service pooling.

By the end of the course, learners will have a strong foundation in OSB administration, enabling them to effectively manage and secure OSB environments, ensuring high availability and optimal performance.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure successful completion of the Oracle Service Bus 12c: Administration Ed 1 course, participants should have a minimum set of skills and knowledge. Here are the prerequisites in bullet-point format:


  • Basic understanding of XML, namespaces, and XML schema
  • Familiarity with web services standards such as WSDL, SOAP, and REST
  • Knowledge of Java and Java EE concepts including servlets, JSPs, EJBs, JMS, and JDBC
  • Awareness of service-oriented architecture (SOA) principles
  • Experience with general administrative tasks in Oracle WebLogic Server or another application server is helpful but not mandatory
  • Basic understanding of network protocols such as HTTP, HTTPS, and JMS
  • Some experience with command-line interfaces and scripting (e.g., Shell, WLST)

These prerequisites are designed to ensure that you have a foundational understanding that will help you grasp the concepts and practices taught in the Oracle Service Bus 12c: Administration course. If you are new to some of these concepts, we encourage you to explore introductory materials in these areas before starting the course. However, the course is structured to guide you through the material, even if you are not an expert in all areas listed.


Target Audience for Oracle Service Bus 12c: Administration Ed 1

The Oracle Service Bus 12c: Administration Ed 1 course is tailored for IT professionals involved in middleware and SOA implementation.


  • System Administrators
  • Middleware Administrators
  • SOA Architects
  • Integration Specialists
  • Solution Architects
  • Technical Consultants
  • Application Developers with Middleware Focus
  • Security Administrators dealing with Web Services
  • Performance Tuning Professionals
  • IT Managers overseeing Middleware Operations


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Oracle Service Bus 12c: Administration Ed 1?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes and Concepts Covered

Gain in-depth knowledge of Oracle Service Bus 12c administration, including installation, management, security, and high availability to effectively integrate and oversee enterprise services.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the role of Oracle Service Bus (OSB) within SOA and its architectural layers, ensuring a solid foundation in service-oriented architecture principles.
  • Learn the key roles and responsibilities associated with OSB, preparing participants to effectively engage with the technology in their respective positions.
  • Master the installation requirements and process for Oracle Service Bus 12c, ensuring a successful setup and verification of the installation.
  • Navigate and utilize the OSB Administration Tools, including both the Service Bus Console and Fusion Middleware Control Console, to manage and monitor services.
  • Implement change management and change propagation techniques to maintain service consistency across environments.
  • Apply delegated administration and use WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) for scripting and automation, enhancing efficiency in administrative tasks.
  • Monitor OSB services through the console dashboard, set up alerts, generate reports, and perform logging and message-level tracing for operational insights.
  • Understand OSB security concepts and learn how to secure services using Oracle Web Services Manager (OWSM) and access control policies.
  • Design a high-availability architecture for OSB, understand performance factors, and learn how to partition deployments into a cluster for scalability and reliability.
  • Manage service throttling and pooling to optimize performance and ensure that services can handle varying loads effectively.