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Oracle Server Advance Level

Oracle is one of the largest vendors in the enterprise IT market and the shorthand name of its flagship product, a relational database management system (RDBMS) that's formally called Oracle Database. The database software sits at the center of many corporate IT environments, supporting a mix of transaction processing, business intelligence and analytics applications.

In relational database management systems and in the particular context of an Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) environment, an Oracle Management Server (OMS) is a software system that functions as a middle tier between Oracle intelligent agents and Oracle management consoles. The system may operate on multiple nodes and by default uses a schema named DBSNMP. Through this system, database administrators may view and control their OEM domains.

The Oracle Server is a relational database management system that provides an open, comprehensive, and integrated approach to information management. An Oracle Server consists of an Oracle database and an Oracle instance.

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Syllabus

  • Describing the Oracle Fusion Middleware Environment
  • Components of Fusion Middleware
  • Understanding the purpose of each component and their dependency
  • Describing How WebLogic Server Supports Various Fusion Middleware Suites
  • Describing How Various Fusion Middleware Suites Augment the Functions of WebLogic Server
  • Explaining the Motivation Behind Distributed Systems
  • The Major Components of the Java Platform Enterprise Edition 5 (Java EE) Specification
  • Explaining Oracle WebLogic Server Installation Steps
  • Installing WebLogic Server Using Both the Graphical User Interface (GUI) and Command Line
  • Describing the Organization and Contents of the WebLogic Server Directory Structure
  • Navigating the WebLogic Server Online and Offline Documentation
  • Describing the Common Elements in a WebLogic Server Domain
  • Describing how Domains are Used in the Enterprise
  • Comparing Administration and Managed Servers
  • Configuring a Domain
  • Describing the Organization and Contents of the WLS Directory Structure
  • Describing the use of WLST Offline to Manage Domains
  • Creating a Simple Domain with One Managed Server
  • Checking the Port Numbers that are Used for Components
  • Describing the Internal Process Used to Create or Update a Domain Using a Template
  • Describing the Process of Extending a Domain Template
  • Explaining the Domain Templates Provided for Setting up JDeveloper, SOA, and WebCenter
  • Identifying Dynamic and Nondynamic Attribute Changes in the Administration Console
  • Customizing Monitoring Tables Within the Administration Console
  • Using the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) Command-line Utility
  • Invoking WLST and Navigate Through the Domain Structure
  • Describing How Change Management is Performed Internally Using Java Management Extension (JMX) and Mbeans
  • Configuring Managed Servers Using the Administrative Console
  • Configuring Managed Servers Using WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST)
  • Starting Managed Servers
  • Shutting Down a Server or an Entire Domain Using WLST or the Administrative Console
  • Configuring Managed Servers on a Computer Separate from the Sdministration Server
  • Explaining Administration and Managed Server Independence (MSI)
  • Defining the Oracle WebLogic Server Machine
  • Configuring a Machine and Assign Servers to it by Using the Console and WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST)
  • Explaining the Node Manager Architecture
  • Describing the Organization and Contents of a Node Manager Directory Structure
  • Configuring, Starting, and Stopping Node Managers
  • Describing How to Start and Stop Procedures
  • Defining and Configuring Server and Domain Logs
  • Viewing and Interpreting the Format of Domain and Server Log Files Using the Administration Console
  • Configuring Server Standard Output Settings Using the Console
  • Describing How Applications Can Integrate With WLS Logging Infrastructure (Apache commons, log4j)
  • Accessing Online Log Message Catalogs
  • Creating and Applying a Log Filter Using the Console
  • Configuring Log Filter Expressions
  • Contrasting Autodeploy With Manual Deployment
  • Configuring and Deploying Web Applications Via the Administration Console, Command Line, and WLST
  • Configuring Deployment Descriptors
  • Testing Deployed Applications
  • Describing the Role of Web Servers
  • Tracing a Typical Web Interaction Flow
  • Contrasting Static and Dynamic Content and Deployment
  • Front-end Deployed Applications With a Web Server
  • Configuring an Application for Multiple Development Environments
  • Creating a Deployment Plan
  • Staging a Deployment Plan
  • Using Production Redeployment
  • Configuring JDBC and JDBC Data Sources
  • Configuring Data Source Scope
  • Contrasting Two-tier and Multi-tier JDBC Architecture
  • Configuring a Connection Pool
  • Describing How Data Sources are Used
  • Deploying JDBC Resources to a Target
  • Explaining the Components of JDBC URLs
  • Monitoring and Testing a Data Source
  • Describing JMS
  • Describing How Oracle WebLogic Server JMS is Implemented
  • Configuring JMS Server
  • Configuring Connection Factories
  • Configuring Queues and Topics
  • Configuring Persistent Messages
  • Deploying an Application that Uses JMS
  • Monitoring JMS Resources and Messages
  • The Benefits of Oracle WebLogic Cluster
  • Basic Cluster Architecture
  • Multitier Cluster Architecture
  • Communication Among Clustered Server Instances
  • The Key Criteria for Selecting Suitable Cluster Architecture
  • Preparing Your Environment for a Cluster
  • Creating and Configuring a Cluster
  • Adding Servers to a Cluster
  • Starting Up and Shutting Down Clustered Servers
  • Using the WebLogic Server (WLS) Security Architecture
  • Configuring Security Realms
  • Configuring Users and Groups
  • Configuring Roles
  • Configuring Policies
  • Configuring Protection for Web Application Resources and EJBs
  • Response Time Curve
  • Think time
  • Saturation
  • Response Time at system Saturation
  • Response Time Past the Buckle Point
  • Interpreting Response Time Trends
  • Basic Tuning Methodology
  • Areas To Tune
  • Tuning Hardware
  • Tune The Operating System
  • Tune The JVM
  • JVM Choices
  • Tuning WebLogic Server
  • JDBC Settings
  • Thread Settings
  • Java Heap Space
  • Heap Size Limits
  • Default Size Limits
  • Free Space Threshold
  • Garbage Collection Mechanism
  • GC Performance Improvements
  • Analyzing Steady State Behavior
  • Optimizing GC Duration