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WebLogic Training Class

A 5 day hands-on Oracle WebLogic training course

© 2016 by Burleson Corporation


This WebLogic training course is taught at your Company site with up to 20 students. 

Click here for on-site WebLogic System Administration training course prices

Don't forget supplemental WebLogic mentoring


Key Features

* Learn from a working WebLogic expert with extensive hands-on experience in busy production environments.

* Understand the most important WebLogic features.

* Understand how to install, configure and customize WebLogic according to your workload.

* See how to optimize the kernel parameters for your WebLogic server for optimal performance.

* Learn how to adjust the WebLogic parameters to suit your specific workload demands.

* Understand how to use the WebLogic Diagnostic Framework (WLDF) to troubleshoot and diagnose WebLogic problems.

* See how to create, configure and manage WebLogic users.

* Understand how to implement bullet-proof security for your WebLogic server and application.

* See real-world examples of WebLogic performance tuning techniques.

* Understand how to backup and recover your WebLogic components.

* Learn how to use the Oracle WebLogic server with the Goldengate Director Server.


Course Description

Unlike some mediocre Oracle WebLogic server administration training courses, this WebLogic class examines all important weblogic features, customized to the specific WebLogic needs of your personal environment.

This Oracle WebLogic training course is taught by an experienced WebLogic expert with years of hands-on Oracle experience.  We only use Oracle Certified DBA's for our WebLogic classes, and the BC Weblogic class is available as hands-on learning.  BC also offers supplemental Weblogic mentoring to guarantee your success in learning Weblogic.

Book Required

  WebLogic Server: Advanced Administration with WLST and JMX

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This WebLogic training course is designed for practicing Oracle professionals who have basic experience with Oracle database and Oracle middleware. Prior experience with Oracle is not mandatory, but experience using Oracle database will be helpful.

The goal of this WebLogic training is to ensure that the students understand all components of WebLogic from the ground-up and that they are able to install, configure, monitor, tune and administer a WebLogic Server in a mission-critical production environment.

To help guarantee WebLogic training success, you have the option of purchasing follow-up mentoring by your instructor, a WebLogic expert who can develop an intimate relationship with your staff and WebLogic environment.

Curriculum Design

This WebLogic training class was designed by an experienced WebLogic DBA with many years of Oracle Application Server Administration experience.

WebLogic Course Duration

This is an intensive 5-day Oracle WebLogic administration class.  This course is designed to give the students the ability to install, configure, customize and test a WebLogic Application Server, and it is customized according to your specific WebLogic training needs.

The class can also be modified in duration to cover specific WebLogic topics that are right for your shop.

WebLogic Training  Course

5-Day Class Syllabus

WebLogic training class - Copyright © 2016 by Burleson Corporation

The WebLogic Components and architecture:
WebLogic architecture
WebLogic Systems Modules
WebLogic command interfaces
WebLogic Java components
WebLogic security overview: best practices, SSL, wallets and certificates
Application stated (precompiled, expanded, archived)
Overview of WebLogic System Management

Oracle WebLogic Installation and Configuration:

Oracle WebLogic capacity planning

Oracle WebLogic Server Sizing

Oracle WebLogic Server kernel setup

Oracle WebLogic initialization parameters

Oracle WebLogic installation

Creating the HTTP server

Create a WebLogic Default Web Application

Create virtual hosts

Use the WebLogic administration port to create a new domain

Overview of WebLogic security

Configure the WebLogic work manager

Integrating Oracle WebLogic with the Oracle database server

Oracle WebLogic and Java:

Overview of JMS and JDBC for WebLogic

Create JDBC connection pooling

Make JDBC Data Sources

Understand the Java Transaction API (JTA)

Oracle WebLogic plug-in's

WebLogic HTTP Server:

Installing and configuring a HTTP server

Managing HTTP connections to WebLogic (connection pooling)

HTTP request caching

HTTP Server load balancing and failover

Using HTTP for connections to replicated WebLogic instances

Oracle WebLogic System Administration:

Using the WebLogic Administration Console

Installing Oracle WebLogic service packs

Using the WebLogic command-line Interface

Creating WebLogic Domains

Using the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST)

Oracle WebLogic maintenance: Installing WebLogic patches

Using the WebLogic upgrade tool

Provider export and provider import

Using the WebLogic garbage collector (GC)

Learn server-level migration

WebLogic Instance Management:

Creating pending configurations

Using the WebLogic lock and edit features

Creating a WebLogic Administration Server

Starting and stopping WebLogic managed servers

Using the NodeManager to automatically start and stop WebLogic instances.

Using the WebLogic standby admin mode.

Oracle WebLogic Backup and Recovery

Creating an high availability WebLogic Environment

Making a disaster recovery planning

Building a failover architecture for the WebLogic layer

Managing WebLogic backups for high availability

WebLogic clustering:

Create a WebLogic cluster using Enterprise Java Beans (EJB)

Create a WebLogic cluster using JMS and JDBC

Using multi-tier WebLogic Server clusters

Oracle WebLogic security administration:

Creating security policies

HTTP server security

WebLogic security nodes

Examining incoming HTTP requests

Rejecting hacked URL requests

Enabling JMS message quotas

Using WebLogic keys, SSL, wallets and certificates

Configuring the WebLogic Java Transaction API (JTA) for transaction timeout

Oracle WebLogic user administration and Maintenance

Administering the HTTP Server authorized connections

Creating WebLogic users

Oracle WebLogic pre-spawned connections to Oracle

WebLogic privilege and security management


Deploying new WebLogic Applications:

WebLogic deployment best practices

Unit, functional and systems testing of a new WebLogic application

Benchmarking stress testing of a new WebLogic application

Creating a WebLogic deployment plan

Tracking WebLogic domain changes

Using ConfigToScript in WLST 

Understanding the WebLogic Deployer

Scheduling automatic deployment at a specific date-time

Using staging modes

WebLogic connections to database layer:

Connecting WebLogic to non-Oracle databases

Using JDBC with WebLogic

Using WebLogic system modules and application modules

Oracle WebLogic and the GoldenGate Director Server (GDS)

Connecting WebLogic to multiple Oracle databases

WebLogic Java Messaging System (JMS)

Creating a JMS Server

Make JMS destinations

Using JMS Connection Factories

Understanding the JMS persistence store

Setup JMS message throttling

Creating JMS messagethresholds

Using the JMS message bridge


Oracle WebLogic Performance Tuning

WebLogic Monitoring and troubleshooting

Look-up error messages using the WebLogic Message Catalog

Using the WebLogic logs with WLST

Measuring WebLogic Server Native I/O

Viewing the logs using UNIX/Linux grep and other UNIX Solaris system utilities

Using difference log files for WebLogic monitoring

Tracing a dye application request through the JDBC subsystem (WebLogic request dyeing with the dye injection monitor)

Oracle WebLogic Diagnostic Framework (WLDF) to create notifications and watches

Using SNMP to trap errors

Using a JVM thread dump

Using JVM to see RAM memory stack usage details

Find JDBC memory leaks

Create a debugging flag with WLST and the WebLogic administration console

Writing monitoring scripts using WLST

 Tuning the HTTP Server

Monitoring the HTTP logs

HTTP Load Balancing

Tuning the WebLogic instances

Concurrent request monitoring and tuning with the WebLogic work manager

Optimizing WebLogic server RAM and CPU consumption

Tuning connection backlog buffering

Tuning the Oracle database layer

Monitoring the Oracle SQL workload

Finding high-impact WebLogic transactions

Parameters that effect SQL performance

Using STATSPACK and AWR to spot database bottlenecks



This is a BC Oracle WebLogic training course (c) 2016


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