Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I Ed 3/1Z0-133

Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I Ed 3 Certification Training Course Overview

This training will teach students about configuration of WebLogic Server's authentication provider and create a WebLogic Server domain. After completing this course, students will also learn how to back up a WebLogic Server Domain and restore a WebLogic Server Domain. This course is best suited Technical Administrators, Java EE Developers, and System Administrators.

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Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I Ed 3 (40 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Modules

Module 1: WebLogic Server Overview
  • WebLogic Server Architecture
  • Application Services
  • Administration Tools
  • Java Cloud Service
Module 2: Installing and Patching WebLogic Server
  • Installing WebLogic Server
  • Patching WebLogic Server
  • Zero Downtime Patching
Module 3: Creating Domains
  • Domain Planning
  • Domain Modes
  • Domain Creation Tools
  • Domain Templates
  • Using the Configuration Wizard
  • Multitenancy concepts
Module 4: Starting Servers
  • Server Lifecycle
  • Starting and Stopping Servers
  • Domain scripts
  • Customizing Domain Scripts
  • Restarting Failed Servers
Module 5: Using the Administration Console
  • Using the Administration Console for Configuration
  • Change Management Architecture
  • Creating and Modifying Managed Servers
  • Enterprise Manager Cloud Control
Module 6: Configuring JDBC
  • JDBC Review
  • Datasource Types
  • Configuring a JDBC Data Source
  • JDBC and RAC
  • Connection Pools
Module 7: Monitoring a Domain
  • Working with WebLogic Server Logs
  • Monitoring WebLogic Server
  • JMX, MBeans and Monitoring
  • Monitoring Dashboards
Module 8: Node Manager
  • Node Manager Concepts
  • Configuring and Using Node Manager
  • Node Manager Setup Tasks
  • Node Manager and Scripting
  • Node Manager Best Practices
Module 9: Deploying Applications
  • Deployment Overview and Lifecycle
  • Deployment Descriptor Concepts
  • WebLogic Deployment Tools
  • Deploying an Application
  • Load Testing an Application
Module 10: Network Channels and Virtual Hosts
  • Configuring a Network Channel
  • Configuring the Admin Port
  • Creating a Virtual Host
Module 11: Clusters: Overview, Create, & Config
  • Clustering Review
  • Configuring a Cluster
  • Configuring a Dynamic Cluster
Module 12: Clusters: Proxies & Sessions
  • Web-tier and Cluster Proxies
  • Oracle Traffic Director and Oracle HTTP Server
  • Configuring a Cluster Proxy
  • Configuring Replication Groups
Module 13: Clusters: Communication, Planning & Troubleshooting
  • Cluster Communication Concepts
  • Multicast and Unicast
  • Replication Channels
  • Scaling and Troubleshooting Clusters
Module 14: Transactions
  • Transaction Overview
  • Configuring Transaction Persistence
  • Transaction Logs
  • Transactions and Persistent Stores
  • Monitoring Transactions
Module 15: WebLogic Server Security
  • WebLogic Security Architecture
  • Configuring an Authentication Provider
  • LDAP Authentication
  • Troubleshooting Authentication
Module 16: Backing Up a Domain and Upgrading WebLogic Server
  • Backup/Recovery Concepts
  • Backup Types
  • Backing Up and Restoring a Domain
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Course Prerequisites

Familiarity with unix is recommended but not required.

Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:-

  • Comprehend how to set up WebLogic Server.
  • Comprehend how to scrutinize domain resources.
  • Comprehend how to build database resources.
  • Comprehend how to set up and employ node manager.
  • Comprehend how to examine domain resources.
  • Comprehend how to build a cluster.
  • Comprehend how to deploy applications.
  • Comprehend how to build a domain.
  • Comprehend how to start servers.
  • Comprehend how to manage WebLogic Server.
  • Comprehend how to deploy applications.
  • Comprehend how to build WebLogic Server.

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FAQ's


Yes, fee excludes local taxes.

Oracle WebLogic Server is an enterprise class J2EE application server. Being a part of the BEA WebLogic platform, it supports Oracle, IBM DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL and other JDBC compliant databases.

The basic administration unit for the WebLogic server is the domain. Domain is comprised of one or more WebLogic Server instances and other related services and resources that are managed as one unit.

Oracle WebLogic suite is an integrated set of tools used to build on-premise cloud application infrastructures that cover web server, application server and data grid technology tiers. The suite consists of Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle Coherence Enterprise Edition, Oracle Web Tier, Oracle TopLink, Oracle Java Mission Control and Flight Recorder, and other component technologies.

A WebLogic domain is the fundamental administration unit for WebLogic server instances. It is comprised of one or more WebLogic server instances managed with the help of a single Administration Server.

Oracle WebLogic Server 12c is one of the industry’s best application servers to build and deploy enterprise Java EE applications with the ability to lower cost of operations, enhance performance, improve scalability and support Oracle Applications portfolio.

A WebLogic Admin Server is the main or the central point from where the configuration, monitoring and management of a domain is conducted. A domain always consists of at least one admin server.