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WebLogic Components and architecture:

1. WebLogic architecture
2. WebLogic Systems Modules
3. WebLogic command interfaces
4. WebLogic Java components
5. WebLogic security overview: best practices, SSL, wallets and certificates
6. Application stated (precompiled, expanded, archived)
7. Overview of WebLogic System Management

Oracle WebLogic Installation and Configuration:

1. Oracle WebLogic capacity planning
2. Oracle WebLogic Server Sizing
3. Oracle WebLogic Server kernel setup
4. Oracle WebLogic initialization parameters
5. Oracle WebLogic installation
6. Creating the HTTP server
7. Create a WebLogic Default Web Application
8. Create virtual hosts
9. Use the WebLogic administration port to create a new domain
10. Overview of WebLogic security
11. Configure the WebLogic work manager
12. Integrating Oracle WebLogic with the Oracle database server

Oracle WebLogic and Java:

1. Overview of JMS and JDBC for WebLogic
2. Create JDBC connection pooling
3. Make JDBC Data Sources
4. Understand the Java Transaction API (JTA)
5. Oracle WebLogic plug-in’s

WebLogic HTTP Server:

1. Installing and configuring a HTTP server
2. Managing HTTP connections to WebLogic (connection pooling)
3. HTTP request caching
4. HTTP Server load balancing and failover
5. Using HTTP for connections to replicated WebLogic instances

Oracle WebLogic System Administration:

1. Using the WebLogic Administration Console
2. Installing Oracle WebLogic service packs
3. Using the WebLogic command-line Interface
4. Creating WebLogic Domains
5. Using the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST)
6. Oracle WebLogic maintenance: Installing WebLogic patches
7. Using the WebLogic upgrade tool
8. Provider export and provider import
9. Using the WebLogic garbage collector (GC)
10. Learn server-level migration

WebLogic Instance Management:

1. Creating pending configurations
2. Using the WebLogic lock and edit features
3. Creating a WebLogic Administration Server
4. Starting and stopping WebLogic managed servers
5. Using the NodeManager to automatically start and stop WebLogic instances.
6. Using the WebLogic standby admin mode.
7. Oracle WebLogic Backup and Recovery
8. Creating an high availability WebLogic Environment
9. Making a disaster recovery planning
10. Building a failover architecture for the WebLogic layer
11. Managing WebLogic backups for high availability

WebLogic clustering:

1. Create a WebLogic cluster using Enterprise Java Beans (EJB)
2. Create a WebLogic cluster using JMS and JDBC
3. Using multi-tier WebLogic Server clusters

Oracle WebLogic security administration:

1. Creating security policies
2. HTTP server security
3. WebLogic security nodes
4. Examining incoming HTTP requests
5. Rejecting hacked URL requests
6. Enabling JMS message quotas
7. Using WebLogic keys, SSL, wallets and certificates
8. Configuring the WebLogic Java Transaction API (JTA) for transaction timeout
9. Oracle WebLogic user administration and Maintenance
10. Administering the HTTP Server authorized connections
11. Creating WebLogic users
12. Oracle WebLogic pre-spawned connections to Oracle
13. WebLogic privilege and security management

Deploying new WebLogic Applications:

1. WebLogic deployment best practices
2. Unit, functional and systems testing of a new WebLogic application
3. Benchmarking stress testing of a new WebLogic application
4. Creating a WebLogic deployment plan
5. Tracking WebLogic domain changes
6. Using ConfigToScript in WLST
7. Understanding the WebLogic Deployer
8. Scheduling automatic deployment at a specific date-time
9. Using staging modes

WebLogic connections to database layer:

1. Connecting WebLogic to non-Oracle databases
2. Using JDBC with WebLogic
3. Using WebLogic system modules and application modules
4. Oracle WebLogic and the GoldenGate Director Server (GDS)
5. Connecting WebLogic to multiple Oracle databases
6. WebLogic Java Messaging System (JMS)
7. Creating a JMS Server
8. Make JMS destinations
9. Using JMS Connection Factories
10. Understanding the JMS persistence store
11. Setup JMS message throttling
12. Creating JMS messagethresholds
13. Using the JMS message bridge
14. Oracle WebLogic Performance Tuning
15. WebLogic Monitoring and troubleshooting
16. Look-up error messages using the WebLogic Message Catalog
17. Using the WebLogic logs with WLST
18. Measuring WebLogic Server Native I/O
19. Viewing the logs using UNIX/Linux grep and other UNIX Solaris system utilities
20. Using difference log files for WebLogic monitoring
21. Tracing a dye application request through the JDBC subsystem (WebLogic request dyeing with the dye injection monitor)
22. Oracle WebLogic Diagnostic Framework (WLDF) to create notifications and watches
23. Using SNMP to trap errors
24. Using a JVM thread dump
25. Using JVM to see RAM memory stack usage details
26. Find JDBC memory leaks
27. Create a debugging flag with WLST and the WebLogic administration console
28. Writing monitoring scripts using WLST
29. Tuning the HTTP Server
30. Monitoring the HTTP logs
31. HTTP Load Balancing
32. Tuning the WebLogic instances
33. Concurrent request monitoring and tuning with the WebLogic work manager
34. Optimizing WebLogic server RAM and CPU consumption
35. Tuning connection backlog buffering
36. Tuning the Oracle database layer
37. Monitoring the Oracle SQL workload
38. Finding high-impact WebLogic transactions
39. Parameters that effect SQL performance
40. Using STATSPACK and AWR to spot database bottlenecks