WEBLOGIC 9.2 Server Administration Training in Anchorage

Enroll in or hire us to teach our WEBLOGIC 9.2 Server Administration class in Anchorage, Alaska by calling us @303.377.6176. Like all HSG classes, WEBLOGIC 9.2 Server Administration may be offered either onsite or via instructor led virtual training. Consider looking at our public training schedule to see if it is scheduled: Public Training Classes
Provided there are enough attendees, WEBLOGIC 9.2 Server Administration may be taught at one of our local training facilities.
We offer private customized training for groups of 3 or more attendees.

Course Description

The J2EE platform is Java's answer to enterprise scalable applications. BEA Weblogic is one of the premiere Application Servers that implements the J2EE specification. Students will come away from class with the ability to build and configure complete Weblogic domains. The course will cover the details of administrating a J2EE server. This is a hands-on learning experience, with each student having their own Weblogic Server to learn with.
Course Length: 5 Days
Course Tuition: $2090 (US)


Participants should have a System Administrative background. Familiarity with installing and configuring software on a Windows platform is essential. Some knowledge of Java is helpful, but not necessary

Course Outline


Course Introduction
Course Objectives
Course Overview
Using the Workbook
Suggested References

Introduction to WebLogic 9.2
What is Java?
What is J2EE?
The J2EE Architecture
Servlets and JSPs
Enterprise JavaBeans
Application Server
Web Container
EJB Container
BEA WebLogic Platform

WebLogic Installation and Testing
System Configuration
Installation Files
Silent Installation
WebLogic Directory Structure
WebLogic Directory Structure (cont'd)
Building a Domain
Building a Domain (Custom mode)
WebLogic Server types
Domain File Structure
Testing your Installation
Configuring Startup
Running the WebLogic Console
Shutting down WebLogic

Weblogic Console Administration
Console Overview
Centralized Administration
Monitoring Weblogic Servers
Monitoring Weblogic Servers (cont'd)
Configuring a New Machine
Configuring a new Server
Configuring Domain Properties
Building a Managed Server
Weblogic Node Manager
Monitoring Domain Logging
Weblogic Server Memory
Weblogic Server Memory (cont'd)

JNDI with Weblogic 9.2
What is JNDI?
JNDI Service Providers
JNDI and Weblogic
Using JNDI
JNDI Client
JNDI Registration
Monitoring JNDI

WebLogic Deployments
Deployments Overview
EJB Jar Files
EJB Home Interface
EJB Remote Interface
EJB Implementation Class
Deployment Descriptors
War and Ear files
War file structure
Web Application Context
Deployment techniques
Weblogic Deployment Plans
Distributing Applications
Console Deployment
Deployment Descriptor Editor
 Configuring JDBC
JDBC Architecture
JDBC Driver Install
Connection Pool
Configuring Connection Pools
Data Sources
Tx Data Sources
Monitoring Pool Performance

Configuring JMS
Asynchronous Messaging
JMS Connection Factory
JMS Servers
Configuration of JMS Destinations
Monitoring JMS Servers

WebLogic HTTP Server
Configuring HTTP
Web-server Proxy
WebLogic Plug-in
IIS and WebLogic
Apache and WebLogic
Virtual Hosts
Weblogic Server HTTP Log Files

WebLogic Security
WebLogic Security Design
Weblogic Security Providers
Authentication Roles
Integration with legacy providers
Security Administration Tasks
Handling User Lockouts

Configuring WebLogic Clusters
Clustering Servers
Cluster Layout
Cluster Design
Implementing a Cluster
Configuring the Cluster
Load Balancing
Clustered Servers
Cluster Communication
Server Migration
WAN and MAN failover
Administration Server Failure
Configuring Replication Groups

Node Manager
What is Node Manager?
Node Manager Details
Configuring Node Manager
Configuring Node Manager (Cont'd)
Node Manager Startup
Node Manager Domain Management
Node Manager Services
Node Manager Health Monitoring
Node Manager Logging

Weblogic Performance Tuning
Bottleneck Location
CPU Utilization
Memory Utilization/span>
Centralized Diagnostic Service
Event Capture
Monitoring the JVM
Server Self-Tuning
Overload Protection
Network Channels
Configuring Network Channels
Monitoring Threads
Stuck Threads
MConfiguring new Thread Queues

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