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Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration II

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Agenda

To discuss common deployment topologies and to explain how to install and configure Oracle Application Server components to suit different needs
  • Customized topologies in OracleAS - identify some of the new features available for managing customized topologies and recognize some of the key deployment considerations.
  • General development topologies in OracleAS - identify the main considerations for evaluating general development topologies.
  • General deployment topologies in OracleAS - identify key considerations when evaluating the departmental, development life cycle, and data centre topologies.
  • Evaluating topologies in OracleAS - evaluate recommended development and deployment topologies.
  • Special deployment topologies in OracleAS - recognize the features of Cold Failover Clusters, Active Failover Clusters, and Identity Management replication as part of high availability deployments.
  • The OracleAS Metadata Repository component - identify how to use multiple metadata repositories and list the requirements for installing OracleAS Infrastructure using an existing Oracle9i database.
  • Installing Oracle Infrastructure in existing components - install OracleAS Infrastructure by using an existing Infrastructure component.
  • Installing OracleAS Infrastructure - install a Metadata Repository into an existing database and install the Infrastructure using the existing repository.
  • Upgrading a distributed OracleAS environment - identify how to upgrade a distributed OracleAS environment and recognize the effect of an upgrade on system availability.
  • Infrastructure and middle tier upgrades in OracleAS - identify the steps involved in the procedure for upgrading the middle tier, Metadata Repository, and Identity Management Services.
  • Upgrading to OracleAS 10g - identify how to upgrade a system to Oracle AS 10g.
To explain high availability and its importance from the perspective of application servers and discuss the high availability features in Oracle Application Server at the OC4J level
  • Introduction to high availability in OracleAS - recognize the concepts associated with high availability and identify the features of Oracle's end-to-end high availability solution.
  • OracleAS application and middle tier availability - determine the appropriate method of providing high availability for applications and the middle tier.
  • OracleAS Infrastructure high availability - determine the appropriate method of providing high availability for OracleAS Infrastructure using clustering.
  • Site-to-site high availability in OracleAS - outline the site-to-site high availability solution for OracleAS Infrastructure.
  • Determining an OracleAS high availability solution - determine a high availability solution for a given scenario.
  • J2EE clustering and configuring islands in OracleAS - identify the benefits of J2EE clustering and the configuration of islands.
  • High availability and state replication in OracleAS - recognize the concepts involved in session and application replication for high availability solutions.
  • Configuring islands and state replication in OracleAS - create an OC4J island, configure state replication, and monitor virtual machine metrics.
  • Using islands and state replication in OracleAS - configure clustering of OC4J Java Virtual Machines.
To explain how to manage and configure clusters in OracleAS 10g
  • Introduction to OracleAS Web Cache clusters - explain clustering and describe how OracleAS Web Cache clusters work.
  • Configuring Web Cache clusters in OracleAS - configure Web Cache cluster members and settings, and identify how to invalidate the cache.
  • Session binding and OracleAS Web Cache performance - configure session binding and monitor cache cluster performance.
  • Configuring and managing OracleAS Web Cache - configure web cache cluster settings, add an additional web cache to a cache cluster, and obtain performance statistics for the web cache.
  • Creating an OracleAS farm using a file-based repository - create an OracleAS Farm using a file-based repository.
  • OracleAS cluster overview - identify the characteristics of OracleAS clusters managed using a repository.
  • OracleAS clusters and OPMN, DCM, and mod_oc4j - identify the role of OPMN, DCM, and mod_oc4j in OracleAS cluster management.
  • Managing clusters in OracleAS - create, stop, and start an OracleAS cluster, add and remove instances, and identify how to create an OracleAS cluster using dcmct1.
  • Using OracleAS clusters - create clusters and add standalone instances.
  • OracleAS CFC architecture and middle tiers - outline the architecture of OracleAS Infrastructure Cold Failover Clusters and identify how to install middle tiers in a CFC environment.
  • OracleAS CFC Infrastructure installation - identify the steps involved in installing and starting an OracleAS Infrastructure in a Cold Failover Cluster and identify how to manage and test a failover.
To examine Business Intelligence components such as Oracle AS Discoverer and OracleAS Reports and to describe how to deploy reports and forms applications to OracleAS
  • OracleAS Report Services and OracleAS Discoverer - monitor OracleAS Report Services and control and configure OracleAS Discoverer.
  • Discoverer Plus, Viewer, and Portlet Provider - configure OracleAS Discoverer Plus, Discoverer Viewer, and Discoverer Portlet Provider, and register Discoverer Portlet Provider.
  • Controlling OracleAS Discoverer services - control OracleAS Discoverer services.
  • Monitoring, configuration files, and the EUL tool - identify features for monitoring OracleAS Discoverer, identify the configuration files used with Discoverer, and use the EUL command-line tool for Java.
  • OracleAS Reports Services architecture and processes - identify the capabilities of OracleAS Reports Services and determine how its components contribute to the running of a report.
  • Configuring OracleAS Reports Services - identify Reports Services configuration files and configure the Reports Server and the Reports Servlet.
  • Deploying reports applications in OracleAS - identify how to deploy reports using OracleAS Reports Services.
  • Configuring and deploying OracleAS reports - configure Reports Services and deploy a Reports application.
  • Integrating Forms Services with OracleAS - outline the architecture of Forms Services and identify the role of each Forms Service component in running an application.
  • Managing Forms Services in OracleAS - identify the configuration files and the levels of configuration associated with OracleAS Forms Services, identify how the configuration files are used at runtime, and use Application Server Control for configuration tasks.
  • Configuring the Forms Servlet in OracleAS - configure the Forms Servlet using Application Server Control.
  • Environmental variables and user sessions in OracleAS - configure environmental variables in a Forms runtime environment, manage user sessions, and identify how to deploy Forms applications and their associated files.
  • Configuring the Forms Servlet - configure the Forms Servlet for a new testing environment.
To describe how to deploy XML applications and web services with Oracle AS and to discuss the monitoring capabilities of Oracle Enterprise Manager Application Server Control
  • XML and OracleAS - define terms associated with XML, identify the Oracle XML and XDK components, and identify the steps in the XML parsing process.
  • XSQL servlet and the demo application in OracleAS - recognize how an XSQL servlet functions, initialize the XSQL demo application, and create and access an XSQL page.
  • OracleAS Web services - define the Web services standards, identify why organizations use Web services, and outline the Web services architecture and communication flow.
  • SOAP and Web services management in OracleAS - identify the main features of SOAP, and describe how to invoke, manage, and deploy Web services, and how to implement a stateless Java Web service.
  • Using Web services and XSQL - use Web services and XSQL.
  • Logging and the log repository in OracleAS - identify Log Loader tasks and search log files.
  • Enabling and configuring messages in OracleAS - configure diagnostic message correlation.
  • Purging logs and troubleshooting in OracleAS - manage and troubleshoot the Log Loader.
  • Monitoring OracleAS - use the log repository to monitor OracleAS.
To describe how to optimize the performance of Oracle Application Server components and to explain how to perform reconfiguration tasks in the Oracle Application Server middle tier and infrastructure
  • Performance tuning and monitoring tools in OracleAS - identify how to monitor the performance of Oracle Application Server.
  • Monitoring and metrics in OracleAS - monitor performance and analyze performance issues in OracleAS.
  • Managing processes and applications in OracleAS - monitor and tune the performance of OC4J processes and applications.
  • Monitoring and performance tuning in OracleAS - monitor OracleAS system components.
  • Data sources and connection attributes in OracleAS - identify how to set up data sources and connection attributes.
  • Tuning tips for OracleAS - identify useful hints and tips for tuning servlets, JSPs, EJBs, and the web cache.
  • Invalidation performance and tuning in OracleAS - monitor and tune the performance of OracleAS Web Cache and Forms Services.
  • Tuning network timeouts and monitoring Forms Services - configure browser keep-alive and origin server response timeouts and monitor metrics for a Forms Service instance.
  • Expanding a middle tier installation in OracleAS - expand a middle tier installation in OracleAS in a given scenario.
  • Configuring services after installation in OracleAS - configure services after installation in OracleAS.
  • Expanding a middle tier and configuring Forms Services - expand a middle tier and configure Forms Services in a given scenario.
  • Associating and removing installations in OracleAS - associate installations with the Infrastructure and remove instances in OracleAS.
  • Changing network configurations in OracleAS - identify the steps for changing the host name and IP address on the middle tier and the IP address on the Infrastructure.
  • Associating installations and updating hosts - associate a J2EE and Web Cache installation with Identity Management and change the host name on the server hosting Oracle Application Server middle tier.
To explain how to perform backup and recovery procedures in OracleAS
  • Backing up and restoring Oracle Application Server - identify the type of Oracle Application Server backup to perform in a given scenario.
  • The OracleAS Backup and Recovery Tool - recognize how to configure and use the OracleAS Backup and Recovery Tool.
  • Backup procedures in OracleAS - identify the steps for performing backup procedures in OracleAS.
  • Recovery procedures in OracleAS - identify the steps for restoring OracleAS infrastructure or middle-tier installations from backup.
  • Performing backup and restore in OracleAS - back up and restore OracleAS configurations.

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