Introduction to WebLogic

WebLogic Administration

The Introduction to WebLogic training course provides an administration-focused introduction to managing WebLogic.

The WebLogic Administration course begins with an overview of Java EE and how WebLogic fits into the Java and Java EE ecosystem. The Introduction to WebLogic then transitions to examine the installation, configuration, and administration of the server. The course concludes with an indepth analysis of configuring and deploying Java EE applications to WebLogic server.

The Introduction to WebLogic course is not intended to provide comprehensive, in-depth coverage on all aspects of WebLogic administration. Advanced concepts, like clustering, can be found in our Intermediate WebLogic Administration course.

Introduction to WebLogic course can be taught on WebLogic 10, 11 or 12.

Course Summary

Learn the fundamentals of working with, configuring, and administering WebLogic server.
System administrators, quality assurance leads, software architects, and developers who will need to perform basic installation and configuration of the WebLogic server to support their day-to-day tasks.
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Learning Style: 

Hands-on training is customized, instructor-led training with an in-depth presentation of a technology and its concepts, featuring such topics as Java, OOAD, and Open Source.

Hands On help
3 Days
Productivity Objectives: 
  • Describe how Java EE and WebLogic server interact with one another
  • Install WebLogic server on both Unix/Linux and Windows
  • Administer WebLogic through the admin console
  • Configure WebLogic to support Java EE application deployments
Introduction to WebLogic is part of the Oracle curriculum.

What You'll Learn

In the Introduction to WebLogic training course you’ll learn:

  • Overview of Java EE
    • What is Java EE
    • What technologies are associated with Java EE
    • What’s required for a Java EE environment to function
    • Integrating Java EE to the Enterprise Tier

  • Common Java EE Application Servers
    • Overview of facilities provided by the Java EE platform
    • Overview of facilities provided by the Application Server
    • Considerations when adopting an application server
    • Open source application servers (JBoss, Glassfish, Geronimo)
    • Closed source application servers (Oracle AS, IBM WebSphere, WebLogic)

  • Overview of WebLogic Application Server
    • History of product versioning
    • Capabilities of current product

  • Installing and Configuring WebLogic
    • Requirements for an installation
    • Unix installation
    • Windows installation
    • Simple configuration through the Admin console

  • Key WebLogic Administration Concepts
    • Application artifacts
    • Resources (Datasources, JNDI, JMS, etc.)
    • Security, Authorization, Authentication
    • Realms
    • Replication

  • Configuring WebLogic to support Java EE App deployment
    • Setting up JNDI
    • Setting up JMS
    • Setting up JDBC & JPA
    • Configuring the web server
    • Working with Logs

  • Sample Application Deployment and Testing
    • Understanding Java EE deployment
    • Installing 3rd party ibraries
    • WAR Deployment
    • EJB Jar Deployment
    • Java EE Ear Deployment
    • Web service based applications

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