Oracle WebCenter Sites 11g: Architecture Ed 2 Course Overview

In Oracle WebCenter Sites 11g training course you will learn how to make educated design decisions when architecting a solution on Oracle WebCenter Sites 11g ( Deep dive into content modeling for effective content contribution, asset data modeling, usability of the application, methods for content migration and integration, managing multilingual site content, search engine optimization, dynamic page delivery, caching strategies and delivery to mobile platforms.

Who Should do this course?

  • Application Developers
  • Architect
  • Developer
  • Technical Consultant
  • Web Administrator

This is a Rare Course and it can be take up to 3 weeks to arrange the training.

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  • 2. Can you only spend 4-hours per day?
  • 3. Do you want to start training immediately?
  • If your answer is yes to any one of the above, you need 1-on-1- Training
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Your will learn:

Module 1: Getting Started With Oracle WebCenter Sites 11g
  • Overview of Oracle WebCenter Sites 11g
  • About Sites Core Architecture
  • About Systems Architecture
  • Discussing A Typical Deployment Scenario
  • Planning for Your Solution
  • Discussing Integration Scenarios
  • Translating Versus Localizing Sites
  • Using Dimension Sets
  • Using a Blended Solution
  • About Locale Filtering
  • Using the Contributor Interface
  • Designing a Site to Use In-Context Editing Features
  • When to Customize the Contributor Interface?
  • Using WebCenter Sites' Native User Management
  • Using Other Authentication Methods
  • Authorization Using ACLs and Roles
  • About Practical Options for Migrating and Integration Content
  • Integrating With WebCenter Content Using the WebCenter Content Integration Tool
  • Working with Proxy Assets
  • Discussing Approaches to Site Replication
  • Sharing Versus Copying
  • Using a Blended Model
  • Getting to Know Your Content
  • Identifying Asset Types
  • Discussing Rules for Asset Modeling
  • Discussing Basic and Flex Asset Models
  • Designing a Flex Asset Family
  • About Attribute Inheritance
  • Discussing Asset Relationships and Translations
  • Understanding Asset Dependencies
  • Discussing Requirements for Mobile Delivery
  • About Device Detection
  • About Device Repository
  • Discussing Device Groups and Suffixes
  • About Site Plans
  • About Device Assets
  • Configuring Mobility Features
  • Overview of Rendering Models
  • About Modular Page Design
  • Working with MVC Patterns
  • Explaining Dynamic Publishing
  • Describing Static Publishing
  • Rendering Models and Publishing
  • Archiving Your Website Using Site Capture
  • Rendering Engine Caching
  • Overview of inCache
  • Working with Dependencies
  • Tuning inCache
  • Discussing Resultset Caching
  • Discussing Asset Caching
  • About Lucene Search Indexes
  • Capturing SEO Information
  • Optimizing URLs with Vanity URL Management
  • Designing for User-Generated Content
  • Discussing Community-Gadgets Capabilities
  • Modeling User-Generated Content
  • Managing User-Generated Content
  • Moderating User-Generated Content
  • Using Engage to Visitor Data and Deliver Targeted Content
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Course Prerequisites
  • Oracle WebCenter Sites 11g for Developers
  • Oracle WebCenter Sites 11g for System Administrators (

On Completion of this course you will be able to:-

  • Design an efficient and effective asset data model.
  • Make decisions about content integration and migration practices.
  • Design an efficient and effective rendering model.
  • Choose or design an efficient caching strategy.
  • Design your own implementation based on a set of functional requirements.

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