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ONLINE TRAINING ON DATA STAGE TECHNOLOGY BY MAXMUNUS TECHNOL

DATA STAGE TECHNOLOGY: What is Data stage?? Data Stage integrates data across multiple and high volumes of data sources and target applications. It integrates data on demand with a high performance parallel framework, extended metadata management, and enterprise connectivity. DataStage also has a set of Windows-based graphical tools that allow ETL processes to be designed, the metadata associated with them managed, and the ETL processes monitored. There are also There are also two DataStage engines, the “server engine” and the “parallel engine” Usage of DataStage within organization it has window Clients which connettto tthe Server on tthe Unix / Windows or Mainfframe platform.. The Clients can be used tto devellop,, deploy and run datastage jjobs.. In a deployment environment,, tthe jjobs can be kicked off tthrough scripts directly on Unixservers TYPES OF DATA STAGE CLIENT:: DATA STAGE ADMINISTRATOR DATASTAGE DESIGNER DATASTAGE MANAGER DATASTAGE DIRECTOR DATA STAGE TECHNOLOGY PARCTICE-:: INFRASTRUCTURE SETUP/MAINTENANCE SUPPORT SALES/ MARKETING KNOWLEDGE BASED REPOSITORY PARTNER MANAGEMENT TECHNICAL SUPPORT TRAINING AND TERM EVALUTION ADVANTAGES OF DATASTAGE- Helps for better business decisions; It is able to integrate data coming from all parts of the company; It helps to understand the new and already existing clients; We can collect data of different clients with him, and compare them; It makes the research of new business possibilities possible; We can analyze trends of the data read by him. CONCLUSION- DataStage has proved to be an excellent ETL tool within the industry. The need for Data Integration and Consolidation within organizations is fuelling the need for datastage. Data Transfer format landscape is gradually moving towards XML in every industry. PR3 Systems provides detailed training and consulting services for DataStage, Best Practices in DataStage Project Design and Helping organizations to consolidate their Data and Information Network To join Online Training session kindly feel free to contact with us Name - Madhurima Bose Contact No. - +91 - /
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Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)

WEBLOGIC SERVER 12C ADMINISTRATION ONLINE TRAINING.

Course Description: The course has been designed to learn the architecture of WebLogic Server especially in terms of machines, domains and servers. Installation and Configuration of WebLogic Server. Handling routine Administration tasks. Performing Backups and recovery. Monitoring server with GUI and command line tools. Setting up a cluster and distributing the resources to the cluster. To configure Oracle HTTP Server as the Web-tier front end for WebLogic Server instances and clusters. Deploying and managing JavaEE applications/ large-scale Java EE applications throughout the development and production life cycle. Configuring resource and application security Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c (12.2.1) o History of Oracle WebLogic Server o Product Understanding of Oracle Fusion Middleware with Oracle WebLogic Server o What’s new in WebLogic Server o Java EE 7 support in WebLogic Server o Mutitenancy Support o Understand New Runtime Features o Release notes for WebLogic Server o Certifications and Supported Standards Installation Of Oracle WebLogic Server o Installing WebLogic Server by using Graphical User Interface (GUI) and Command Line (Silent) o Learning the WebLogic Server Directory Structure Configuring a Domain o Common Elements in a WebLogic Server Domain o Using Domains in the Enterprise o Administration and Managed Servers o Creating and Configuring a Domain o Describing the Organization and Contents of the WLS Directory Structure o Describing the use of WLST Offline to Manage Domains o Creating a Simple Domain with One Managed Server o Checking the Port Numbers that are Used for Components Using Templates to configure a domain o Describing the Internal Process Used to Create or Update a Domain Using a Template o Describing the Process of Extending a Domain Template o Explaining the Domain Templates Provided for Setting up JDeveloper, SOA, and WebCenter Using Administration Console and WLST o Identifying Dynamic and Nondynamic Attribute Changes in the Administration Console o Customizing Monitoring Tables Within the Administration Console o Using the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) Command-line Utility o Invoking WLST and Navigate Through the Domain Structure o Describing How Change Management is Performed Internally Using Java Management Extension (JMX) and Mbeans Configuring Managed Servers o Configuring Managed Servers Using the Administrative Console o Configuring Managed Servers Using WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) o Starting Managed Servers o Shutting Down a Server or an Entire Domain Using WLST or the Administrative Console o Configuring Managed Servers on a Computer Separate from the Sdministration Server o Explaining Administration and Managed Server Independence (MSI) Configuring Node Managers o Defining the Oracle WebLogic Server Machine o Configuring a Machine and Assign Servers to it by Using the Console and WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) o Explaining the Node Manager Architecture o Describing the Organization and Contents of a Node Manager Directory Structure o Configuring, Starting, and Stopping Node Managers o Describing How to Start and Stop Procedures Viewing and Managing Logs in Oracle WLS Environment o Defining and Configuring Server and Domain Logs o Viewing and Interpreting the Format of Domain and Server Log Files Using the Administration Console o Configuring Server Standard Output Settings Using the Console o Describing How Applications Can Integrate With WLS Logging Infrastructure (Apache commons, log4j) o Accessing Online Log Message Catalogs o Creating and Applying a Log Filter Using the Console o Configuring Log Filter Expressions Deployment Concepts o Contrasting Autodeploy With Manual Deployment o Configuring and Deploying Web Applications Via the Administration Console, Command Line, and WLST o Configuring Deployment Descriptors o Testing Deployed Applications o Describing the Role of Web Servers o Tracing a Typical Web Interaction Flow o Contrasting Static and Dynamic Content and deployment o Front-end Deployed Applications With a Web Server Deploying Java EE Applications o Describing Java EE Web Applications o Describing Enterprise Deployment Architectures o Packaging Web Applications in Several Forms o Defining Web Application Structure and Web Application Archive o Explaining Why WebLogic Augments Standard Java EE Deployment Descriptors With weblogic.xml Files o Looking at Deployment Descriptors web.xml and weblogic.xml o Describing URLs and Web Applications Advanced Deployment o Configuring an Application for Multiple Development Environments o Creating a Deployment Plan o Staging a Deployment Plan o Using Production Redeployment Understanding JDBC and Configuring Data Sources o Configuring JDBC and JDBC Data Sources o Configuring Data Source Scope o Contrasting Two-tier and Multi-tier JDBC Architecture o Configuring a Connection Pool o Describing How Data Sources are Used o Deploying JDBC Resources to a Target o Explaining the Components of JDBC URLs o Monitoring and Testing a Data Source Setting Up Java Message Service (JMS) Resources o Describing JMS o Describing How Oracle WebLogic Server JMS is Implemented o Configuring JMS Server o Configuring Connection Factories o Configuring Queues and Topics o Configuring Persistent Messages o Deploying an Application that Uses JMS o Monitoring JMS Resources and Messages Introduction to Clustering o The Benefits of Oracle WebLogic Cluster o Basic Cluster Architecture o Multitier Cluster Architecture o Communication Among Clustered Server Instances o The Key Criteria for Selecting Suitable Cluster Architecture Configuring a Cluster o Preparing Your Environment for a Cluster o Creating and Configuring a Cluster o Adding Servers to a Cluster o Creating Dynamic Cluster o Starting Up and Shutting Down Clustered Servers Managing Clusters o Deploying Applications to a Cluster o Describing the Replication of a Session State in a Cluster o Configuring Replication Groups o Configuring In-memory Replication o Configuring Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) Replication o Configuring File Replication o Configuring a Multitier Cluster for Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) Applications Security Concepts and Configuration o Using the WebLogic Server (WLS) Security Architecture o Configuring Security Realms o Configuring Users and Groups o Configuring Roles o Configuring Policies o Configuring Protection for Web Application Resources and EJBs Protecting Against Attacks o Configuring Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) o Using the Keytool Utility to Configure Keys and Obtain Digital Certificates o Configuring SSL for the WLS Server o Configuring Countermeasures for Some Web-based Attacks Configuring Oracle WebLogic Server Multitenant o How to Manage WebLogic Server MT o Configuring WebLogic Server MT o Configuring Virtual Targets o Configuring Resource Group Templates o Configuring Security o Configuring Oracle Traffic Director o Configuring Domain Partitions o Configuring Resource Groups o Configuring Resource Consumption Management o Migrating a WebLogic Server Domain to a Domain Partition o Exporting and Importing Partitions o Monitoring and Debugging Partitions Oracle® Fusion Middleware Command Reference for Oracle WebLogic Server o Oracle WebLogic Server Java Utilities o weblogic.Server Command-Line Reference Oracle WebLogic Patching o Patching Your Environment Using OPatch o Patching Your Environment Using OPatchAuto Oracle WebLogic Upgrade o Introduction o Roadmap for Upgrading Your Application Environment o Reconfiguring WebLogic Domains o Upgrading WebLogic Web Services o Reconfiguration Wizard Screens o 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Bangalore (Karnataka)

ORACLE SOA ADMIN CORPORATE TRAINING IN INDIA

Learn To: •Install Oracle SOA Suite 11g •Deploy SOA Composite Applications •Configure and Administer Oracle SOA Suite 11g and its components •Monitor, troubleshoot, and tune Oracle SOA Suite 11g components •Configure Security Policies for SOA Composite applications •Backup and recover Oracle SOA Suite 11 Skills Gained Describe the Oracle SOA Suite 11g Architecture Discuss Service Component Architecture (SCA) Discuss Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) concepts Install Oracle SOA Suite 11g Deploy SOA Composite Applications Backing up and recovering Oracle SOA Suite 11g Overview of high availability with Oracle SOA Suite 11g Configure Security Policies for SOA Composite applications Configure and Administer Oracle SOA Suite 11g and its components Monitor, troubleshoot, and tune Oracle SOA Suite 11g components Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Administration Content Details Introducing SOA and Oracle SOA Suite 11g •Describing Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Concepts •Introducing Service Component Architecture (SCA) Composite Applications •Describing Oracle SOA Suite 11g Architecture and Components •Introducing Oracle SOA Suite 11g Administration Tools Installing Oracle SOA Suite 11gSOA •Creating SOA Schemas with the Repository Creation Utility •Installing Oracle SOA Suite 11g •Configuring an Oracle WebLogic Domain with SOA Suite 11g Components •Exploring Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control Console Managing SOA Composite Applications •Describing Composite Application Structure and Dependencies •Deploying Composite Applications •Testing and Monitoring Composite Applications •Managing Composite Application Life Cycle Administering the SOA Infrastructure •Configuring Oracle SOA Suite 11g SOA Infrastructure Properties •Monitoring SOA Infrastructure Run-time Information Administering Oracle JCA Adapters and Binding Components •Describing JCA Adapters and Binding Components •Configuring JCA Adapter Properties •Configuring File, Database, and JMS JCA Adapter Run-time Resources •Monitoring JCA Adapter Instances and Faults Administering BPEL Process Service Components and Engines •Describing BPEL Components and Service Engine •Configuring BPEL Service Engine Properties •Tracking Messages in a Composite Application With a BPEL Process •Monitoring BPEL Process Component Instances •Managing BPEL Process Component Instances and Faults Administering Oracle Mediator Service Components and Engines •Describing Mediator Components and Service Engines •Configuring Mediator Service Engine Properties •Monitoring Mediator Component Instances and Routing Information •Managing Mediator Faults Administering Decision Service Components and Business Rules Service Engines •Describing Decision Services and Business Rules Service Engines •Monitoring Business Rules Service Engine Instances and Faults Administering Oracle User Messaging Service •Describing User Messaging Service (UMS) Architecture and Components •Configuring UMS for Human Workflow and BPEL Process Components •Configuring Oracle Web Logic Server Embedded LDAP Server •Configuring the Email Messaging Driver •Testing UMS Services Administering Human Task Service Components and Human Workflow Service Engines •Describing Human Workflow Components and Service Engine •Configuring the Human Workflow Services •Configuring Human Workflow Task Service Properties •Exploring the Work list Application for Task Management Application •Describing User Messaging Preferences Administering Business Events •Describing Business Events •Describing the Event Delivery Network Architecture •Managing Business Event Subscriptions •Monitoring Business Event Occurrences Configuring Security Services and Policies •Describing Oracle Web Services Manager Functionality •Describing Web Service Security Concepts •Creating a Simple Web Service Security Policy •Securing a Service Endpoint with the Security Policy •Monitoring Web Service Security Violations Tuning Performance of Oracle SOA Suite and Components •Stopping Managed Servers •Extending SOA Database Table spaces •Managing connection thresholds •Optimizing Loading of Enterprise Manager Metric Page Information •Purging data from Dehydration Store Troubleshooting Oracle SOA Suite •Resolving Managed Server Startup Problems •Managing Connection Timeouts •Identifying Log Files •Configuring Log Levels •Viewing Log File Entries •Identifying and Resolving Common Application Problems Configuring High Availability for Oracle SOA Suite •Describing Types of High Availability Options •Describing High Availability Implementations Backing Up and Recovery of Oracle SOA Suite Instances •Adopting a Backup and Recovery Strategy •Backing Up Oracle Fusion Middleware Environments •Backing Up the SOA Database Schemas •Recovering Oracle Fusion Middleware Environments •Recovering SOA Database Schemas Contact at SADGURU TECHNOLOGIES H. 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India

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Install Oracle SOA Suite 11g •Deploy SOA Composite Applications •Configure and Administer Oracle SOA Suite 11g and its components •Monitor, troubleshoot, and tune Oracle SOA Suite 11g components •Configure Security Policies for SOA Composite applications •Backup and recover Oracle SOA Suite 11 Skills Gained Describe the Oracle SOA Suite 11g Architecture Discuss Service Component Architecture (SCA) Discuss Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) concepts Install Oracle SOA Suite 11g Deploy SOA Composite Applications Backing up and recovering Oracle SOA Suite 11g Overview of high availability with Oracle SOA Suite 11g Configure Security Policies for SOA Composite applications Configure and Administer Oracle SOA Suite 11g and its components Monitor, troubleshoot, and tune Oracle SOA Suite 11g components Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Administration Content Details Introducing SOA and Oracle SOA Suite 11g •Describing Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Concepts •Introducing Service Component Architecture (SCA) Composite Applications •Describing Oracle SOA Suite 11g Architecture and Components •Introducing Oracle SOA Suite 11g Administration Tools Installing Oracle SOA Suite 11gSOA •Creating SOA Schemas with the Repository Creation Utility •Installing Oracle SOA Suite 11g •Configuring an Oracle WebLogic Domain with SOA Suite 11g Components •Exploring Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control Console Managing SOA Composite Applications •Describing Composite Application Structure and Dependencies •Deploying Composite Applications •Testing and Monitoring Composite Applications •Managing Composite Application Life Cycle Administering the SOA Infrastructure •Configuring Oracle SOA Suite 11g SOA Infrastructure Properties •Monitoring SOA Infrastructure Run-time Information Administering Oracle JCA Adapters and Binding Components •Describing JCA Adapters and Binding Components •Configuring JCA Adapter Properties •Configuring File, Database, and JMS JCA Adapter Run-time Resources •Monitoring JCA Adapter Instances and Faults Administering BPEL Process Service Components and Engines •Describing BPEL Components and Service Engine •Configuring BPEL Service Engine Properties •Tracking Messages in a Composite Application With a BPEL Process •Monitoring BPEL Process Component Instances •Managing BPEL Process Component Instances and Faults Administering Oracle Mediator Service Components and Engines •Describing Mediator Components and Service Engines •Configuring Mediator Service Engine Properties •Monitoring Mediator Component Instances and Routing Information •Managing Mediator Faults Administering Decision Service Components and Business Rules Service Engines •Describing Decision Services and Business Rules Service Engines •Monitoring Business Rules Service Engine Instances and Faults Administering Oracle User Messaging Service •Describing User Messaging Service (UMS) Architecture and Components •Configuring UMS for Human Workflow and BPEL Process Components •Configuring Oracle Web Logic Server Embedded LDAP Server •Configuring the Email Messaging Driver •Testing UMS Services Administering Human Task Service Components and Human Workflow Service Engines •Describing Human Workflow Components and Service Engine •Configuring the Human Workflow Services •Configuring Human Workflow Task Service Properties •Exploring the Work list Application for Task Management Application •Describing User Messaging Preferences Administering Business Events •Describing Business Events •Describing the Event Delivery Network Architecture •Managing Business Event Subscriptions •Monitoring Business Event Occurrences Configuring Security Services and Policies •Describing Oracle Web Services Manager Functionality •Describing Web Service Security Concepts •Creating a Simple Web Service Security Policy •Securing a Service Endpoint with the Security Policy •Monitoring Web Service Security Violations Tuning Performance of Oracle SOA Suite and Components •Stopping Managed Servers •Extending SOA Database Table spaces •Managing connection thresholds •Optimizing Loading of Enterprise Manager Metric Page Information •Purging data from Dehydration Store Troubleshooting Oracle SOA Suite •Resolving Managed Server Startup Problems •Managing Connection Timeouts •Identifying Log Files •Configuring Log Levels •Viewing Log File Entries •Identifying and Resolving Common Application Problems Configuring High Availability for Oracle SOA Suite •Describing Types of High Availability Options •Describing High Availability Implementations Backing Up and Recovery of Oracle SOA Suite Instances •Adopting a Backup and Recovery Strategy •Backing Up Oracle Fusion Middleware Environments •Backing Up the SOA Database Schemas •Recovering Oracle Fusion Middleware Environments •Recovering SOA Database Schemas Contact at SADGURU TECHNOLOGIES H. No: , Flat No: 102, SaiManor Apartment, S.R. Nagar Main Road, Hyderabad-, Landmark: Beside Umesh Chandra Statue Mob: 91-, Ph: 040- Email:
India

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WEBLOGIC ADMIN TRAINING IN HYDERABAD@Sadguru Technologies We are glad to announce our newly launched Online Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g SOA The Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Administration course describes how Oracle SOA Suite 11g, a Middleware component of Oracle Fusion Middleware, provides a complete set of service infrastructure components (such as Mediator, BPEL, Human Workflow, Business Rules, and Business Process Management components) for designing, deploying, and managing SOA composite applications. The participant is therefore required to have knowledge about essential Oracle WebLogic Server administration tasks. They learn how to install and configure Oracle SOA Suite 11g components in Oracle WebLogic Server domains. They learn to use the Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control Console to perform administrative tasks such as deploying SOA composite applications, configuring SOA composite application resources, monitoring SOA composite applications, managing and monitoring service engines, and updating the state of SOA composite applications. They also learn how to troubleshoot SOA composite applications by performing corrective actions such as fault recovery. They are given a brief introduction to tuning and configuring Oracle SOA Suite 11g environment for high availability. Course Contents: I. Introduction to Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g • Fusion Middleware concepts • Introduction to WebLogic Server • WebLogic Server Domain, Administration Server and Managed Server • Oracle Instance , Oracle Home, Metadata Repository • File System and Directory Structure in Fusion Middleware II. Installation & configuration of Fusion Middleware (DB, WebLogic & SOA Suite) • Installing Oracle Database • Installing Metadata Repository for Fusion Middleware • Installing WebLogic Server • Installing Additional Fusion Middleware component (SOA Suite) • Configuring Fusion Middleware component (SOA Suite) • Start/Stop Services Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g SOA Administrator Training - Contents • Start/Stop WebLogic Administration Server • Start/Stop Managed Server • Start/Stop Middleware Control III. Node Manager and Deploying Application • Introduction to Node Manager • Configuring Node Manager and starting Managed Servers using Node Manager • Overview of Deploying Applications • Understanding Data Sources • Deploying and Undeploying Java EE Applications IV. Monitoring Oracle Fusion Middleware • Overview of Monitoring Oracle Fusion Middleware • Monitoring the Status of Oracle Fusion Middleware • Monitoring an Oracle WebLogic Server Domain • Monitoring an Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Server or Managed Server • Monitoring a Component • Monitoring Applications • Monitoring the Performance of Oracle Fusion Middleware Components V. Configuring Security and High Availability for SOA • Creating Additional Administrative Users • Creating Additional Users with Specific Roles • Changing the Administrative User Password • Defining Virtual Hosts for SOA Cluster • Installation and Configuration of SOA in Active Cluster. Thanks & Regards, SADGURU TECHNOLOGIES H. No: 7-1-621/10, Flat No: 102, Sai Manor Apartment, S.R. Nagar Main Road, Hyderabad-500038, Landmark: Beside Umesh Chandra Statue, Approach Road Parallel to Main Road Mob: 91-8179736190, Ph: 040-40154733 Web site: http://www.sadgurutechnologies.com/ Blog:http://easyoraclefusionlessions.blogspot.in/ http://oraclesoasuite11gtraining.hpage.com/ …………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………….. Oracle WebLogic Server 11g Administration@ 8179736190 Duration: 25hours What you will learn This course trains Web administrators on techniques for installing and configuring Oracle WebLogic Server 11g. It alsotrains Web administrators to deploy Java EE applications to Oracle WebLogic Server 11g using Administration Consoleand command-line and scripting tools like WLST. Course Objectives: • Describe the architecture of WebLogic Server including domains, servers and machines • Install, configure and use WebLogic Server • Perform routine Oracle WebLogic Server administration functions • Set up a cluster of servers and distribute applications and resources to the cluster • Configure Oracle HTTP Server as the Web-tier front end for Oracle WebLogic Server instances and clusters • Deploy different types of Java EE applications to Oracle WebLogic Server • Deploy and manage large-scale Java EE applications to servers or clusters through the entire development andproduction lifecycle • Configure basic resource and application security • Backup and recover from various failures • Monitor application server using GUI and command-line tools such as automation scripts Thanks & Regards, SADGURU TECHNOLOGIES H. No: 7-1-621/10, Flat No: 102, Sai Manor Apartment, S.R. 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WEBLOGIC ADMIN TRAINING IN HYDERABAD@Sadguru Technologies We are glad to announce our newly launched Online Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g SOA The Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Administration course describes how Oracle SOA Suite 11g, a Middleware component of Oracle Fusion Middleware, provides a complete set of service infrastructure components (such as Mediator, BPEL, Human Workflow, Business Rules, and Business Process Management components) for designing, deploying, and managing SOA composite applications. The participant is therefore required to have knowledge about essential Oracle WebLogic Server administration tasks. They learn how to install and configure Oracle SOA Suite 11g components in Oracle WebLogic Server domains. They learn to use the Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control Console to perform administrative tasks such as deploying SOA composite applications, configuring SOA composite application resources, monitoring SOA composite applications, managing and monitoring service engines, and updating the state of SOA composite applications. They also learn how to troubleshoot SOA composite applications by performing corrective actions such as fault recovery. They are given a brief introduction to tuning and configuring Oracle SOA Suite 11g environment for high availability. Course Contents: I. Introduction to Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g • Fusion Middleware concepts • Introduction to WebLogic Server • WebLogic Server Domain, Administration Server and Managed Server • Oracle Instance , Oracle Home, Metadata Repository • File System and Directory Structure in Fusion Middleware II. Installation & configuration of Fusion Middleware (DB, WebLogic & SOA Suite) • Installing Oracle Database • Installing Metadata Repository for Fusion Middleware • Installing WebLogic Server • Installing Additional Fusion Middleware component (SOA Suite) • Configuring Fusion Middleware component (SOA Suite) • Start/Stop Services Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g SOA Administrator Training - Contents • Start/Stop WebLogic Administration Server • Start/Stop Managed Server • Start/Stop Middleware Control III. Node Manager and Deploying Application • Introduction to Node Manager • Configuring Node Manager and starting Managed Servers using Node Manager • Overview of Deploying Applications • Understanding Data Sources • Deploying and Undeploying Java EE Applications IV. Monitoring Oracle Fusion Middleware • Overview of Monitoring Oracle Fusion Middleware • Monitoring the Status of Oracle Fusion Middleware • Monitoring an Oracle WebLogic Server Domain • Monitoring an Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Server or Managed Server • Monitoring a Component • Monitoring Applications • Monitoring the Performance of Oracle Fusion Middleware Components V. Configuring Security and High Availability for SOA • Creating Additional Administrative Users • Creating Additional Users with Specific Roles • Changing the Administrative User Password • Defining Virtual Hosts for SOA Cluster • Installation and Configuration of SOA in Active Cluster. Thanks & Regards, SADGURU TECHNOLOGIES H. No: 7-1-621/10, Flat No: 102, Sai Manor Apartment, S.R. Nagar Main Road, Hyderabad-500038, Landmark: Beside Umesh Chandra Statue, Approach Road Parallel to Main Road Mob: 91-8179736190, Ph: 040-40154733 Web site: http://www.sadgurutechnologies.com/ Blog:http://easyoraclefusionlessions.blogspot.in/ http://oraclesoasuite11gtraining.hpage.com/
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WAS Administration 1. WAS product Family overview •What is WAS and its functionality •Some key differences between the Version •Product packaging •Express / Base / Network Deployment – Overview •Edge Component - Load Balancer 2. WAS Installation and Fix Pack Upgrades •Hardware and Software pre-requisites •Pre-install tasks •Installation verification •Silent Installation – Profiles •Uninstall •Installing fix packs, cumulative fixes using update installer •Silent installation of Fix packs using response files •Trouble shooting the fix packs installation problems 3. Architectural Overview and System Management •Standalone and Distributed server overview •Express / Base / ND •WAS basics •Repository Directory Structure •JDBC providers •Data Sources •JAAS Configuration •Application Data Files •Build cell - add / remove nodes •Cell, deployment manager, node and node agent •File Synchronization •Defining Virtual hosts •Command line tools •Server Commands 4. Administrative Console •Starting the Admin Console •Logging in to the Admin Console •Administrative console areas •Administrative Console Preferences and Filters •Starting and Stopping objects •Saving to master repository 5. Working with Standalone Application Server •Managing the Application Server Profile •Application Server Configuration •Viewing the status of the application Server •Starting and Stopping of an application Server •Viewing runtime attributes of an application Server •Customizing application Servers 6. Application Install •Installing Enterprise applications •Installation tasks •Creating J2C authentication alias •Virtual hosts creation and configuration •Creating JDBC resources •Creating data sources •Managing applications •Start and stop applications •Viewing the EJB modules •Viewing the WEB modules •Updating the applications •J2EE Application Flow 7. Managing Web Server with WAS •IBM HTTP Server as unmanaged node •IBM HTTP Server on a managed Node •IBM HTTP Server administration overview •IBM HTTP Server log files overview •Propagating the plug-in configurations •Web server configuration file details (httpd.conf) 8. Work Load Management and High Availability •What is clustering •Horizontal and vertical clustering •Distributed Server Configuration •Creating and configuring the cluster •Basic WLM request routing mechanism •Configure Virtual Host and Host aliases •HTTP Session management, session affinity and session and database persistence 9. WAS Security Mechanisms •WAS Security Overview •Java 2 security for applications •JAAS •User registries •SSL 10 Troubleshooting •WebSphere Application Server logs •Log File types and locations •Generating heap dumps and core dumps •Installation related trouble shooting / Tips •Enabling Verbose Garbage Collection 11. Performance Monitoring •PMI Overview •PMI data modules and counters •Enabling Performance monitoring infrastructure •Performance Advisor 12 WSADMIN scripting •wsadmin vs. Administration Console •wsadmin functions and its connection type For More Details contact us: Elegant It Services contact no:
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