Oracle WebLogic 12c for Administrators
Learn how to install, deploy, manage, and troubleshooting Oracle WebLogic in an enterprise envrionment.
- Install WebLogic
- Create domains using manual and automated methods
- Configure WebLogic resources (JMS, JDBC)
- Understand high availability, failover, and load balancing using clusters
- Deploy applications in a production environment
- Secure a WebLogic domain and applications
- Control server lifecycle using Node Manager
- Script common WebLogic tasks using WLST
- Scale out WebLogic deployments using templates
- This course includes instructions on downloading and installing the required software for this course.
- Students should have a computer that meets the requirements for running Oracle WebLogic 12.1.3. This can either be a Windows, OS X, and Linux machine.
- Students should have a basic understanding of application server terminology, networking, and be comfortable working in a terminal window or command prompt.
Why Take this Course?
This course is designed to simplify understanding the leading enterprise application server on the market today. If you have been hesitant to check out WebLogic or if you want to learn more about WebLogic features and best practices, then this course is for you. It will teach you how to manage an Oracle WebLogic 12c environment by introducing you to a variety of topics from domain configuration to runtime management to security through easy-to-understand lectures and hands-on lab work.
There are over 14 lectures and labs spanning over 10 hours of digital content!
- Domain creation and management
- Admin, Managed Servers
- WebLogic resources (JMS, JDBC, Clusters)
- Security (Domain, Application)
- Application deployment
- Node Manager
- High availability and load balancing
- Basic troubleshooting
- WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST)
- This WebLogic course is meant for systems administrators, architectures, and developers who need to understand architectural and technical concepts.
- This WebLogic course is not for experienced WebLogic users.