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Best Weblogic Training in Bangalore

Weblogic Admin Training with Projects & Scenarios

Duration of Training : 60 Hours (7 weekends)

1) What is the importance of WLS?

a.      Diff bet Java & WLS (Roles & Responsibilities)

b.      Working Environment

c.      Opportunities(Onsite Offers, Salary)

d.      Job Security

2)     Roles & Responsibilities:

a.      Troubleshooting

b.      Performance Monitoring, Tuning

c.       Deploying Application

d.      Installation

 

Weblogic Admin Syllabus

Part I: – Overview & Installation

1)   Understanding Java/J2EE Technologies

a.    Distributed Environment

b.    Dif. bet. Web & App Server

c.    About Servers

d.   Environments – Dev, Testing(SIT, UAT), Pre Prod & Prod

e.    File Management in Java

2)   Introduction to WebLogic Server

a.    Terminology

b.    Dif. bet. WLS Versions(9.x, 10.x & 11)

c.    Overview of WLS System Admin

3)   Installation Guide

a.    Installation Modes

b.    Installable Product Components

c.    Product Distribution

d.   Pre Installation

e.   Installing the Steps

f.    Post Installation

g.    Uninstallation

h.    Overview of Admin Console

Part II: – Configuration Management

4)  WL Domains Configuration

a.   Creating WL Domain

b.   Understanding Domain Configuration

i.      Domain Configuration Files

ii.     Managing Configuration Changes

c.   Configuring Environment

d.  Configuring Admin Server

e.  Configuring Managed Servers

f.   Configuring Clusters

g.  Configuring JDBC & JMS Settings

h.  Extending WL Domains

i.   Extending JDBC & JMS Domains

j.   Examples Creating Domains

5)  Domains Creation Using Pack & Unpack Commands

a.   Pack

b.   Unpack

6)  Creating Templates by using the Domain Template Builder

a.   Configuring the Templates

b.   Creating Domain Templates by Using the Domain Template Builder

c.   Creating Extension Templates by Using the Domain Template Builder

7)  Managing Server Startup & Shutdown

a.  Starting & Stopping Servers

b.  Setting up WLS Instance as Windows Service

c.  Avoiding & Recovering from Server Failover

d. Understanding Server Life Cycle

8) Node Manager Administrator’s Guide

a.  Overview

b.  Node Manager Configuration

c.  Using Node Manager

9) Configuring Log Files & Filtering Log Messages

a.  WebLogic Logging Services

b.  Filtering WebLogic Server Log Messages

c.  Subscribing to Messages

10) Clusters

a.    Introduction

b.    Communications in a Cluster

c.    Cluster Configuration

d.   Load Balancing in a Cluster

e.   Failover & Replication in a Cluster

f.    Whole Server Migration

g.   Cluster Architectures

h.   Setting up Weblogic Clusters

i.    Clustering Best Practices

11) Proxy Server Configuration

a.    Installing & Configuring the Web Server & Plug-in

i.      Apache HTTP Server Plug-in

12)  Configuring WebLogic Server JDBC Resources

a.     Configuring WL JDBC Resources

b.     Configuring JDBC Data Sources

c.     Configuring multiple Data Sources

13)  Configuring WebLogic JMS Resources

a.     Understanding JMS Resources Configuration

14)  Configuring WL Store & Front

a.      Understanding Store & Front

b.      Configuring Store & Front

15)  Configuring WL Messaging Bridge

a.     Understanding Messaging Bridge

b.     Configuring Messaging Bridge

c.      FAQs

 

Part III: – Deployments

16)  Deployment Applications to WLS

a.     Understanding

b.     Preparing Apps & Modules for Deployment

c.      Configuring of Apps for Production Environment

d.      Export an Application for Deployment

e.       Weblogic.Deployer for Apps Deployment & Weblogic.Deployer

f.       Auto Deployment

g.      Re Deploying

h.      Managing the deployment

17)  Security

a.      Authentication & Authorization

b.      Single Sign On

 

Part IV: – Troubleshooting & Performance Monitoring

18)  Performance & Tuning

a.     Performance Tuning

b.     OS Performance Tuning

c.     JVM Performance Tuning

d.    WLS Performance Tuning

e.    WL Persistent Store Performance Tuning

f.     DB Performance Tuning

g.    WL EJBs Performance Tuning

19)Troubleshooting & Monitoring

a.    Cluster Troubleshooting

b.    Cluster Multicast Configuration Troubleshooting

c.     Monitoring & Managing WL JDBC Resources

d.     Monitoring & Troubleshooting of WL JMS Resources

e.     Monitoring & Troubleshooting of Store & Forward

20)  SNMP

 

Part V: – Unix Commands & WLST

21)  Basic UNIX Commands

22)  WLST & Command Reference

 

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