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Oracle Fusion Management for Oracle DBAs I          

Duration: 5 days

Management of the Oracle Fusion Architecture involves understanding all tiers of the Oracle technology stack. This course will teach Oracle DBAs how to manage all tiers of the Oracle technology infrastructure from an Oracle Fusion perspective. Oracle DBAs will learn the fundamentals of the Oracle Fusion Architecture and the management of the Oracle Application Server. DBAs will install, configure, deploy, and manage the Oracle10g Application Server. Students will learn Oracle10g Application Server architecture and the features and best practices for deployment in the enterprise. Students will configure the different components such as the Oracle HTTP Server, Oracle10gAS Web Cache, and Oracle10gAS Containers for J2EE. Deploying PL/SQL applications, Servlets, JSPs, Web applications and Web Services will be addressed. At the end of this course DBAs will understand the world of the Oracle Fusion Middleware and the role of J2EE, ADF, web services, SOA and BPEL in Oracle Fusion.


  • The role of the application server and the N-Tiered computing model
  • Overview of the Oracle 10g Application Server architecture
  • Installing the Oracle10g Application Server
  • 10gAS Components
  • The Oracle HTTP Server
  • Managing the Oracle HTTP Server
  • Managing the Oracle Web Cache
  • Setting up and configuring the Oracle Web Cache
  • Deploying PL/SQL applications
  • Deploying CGI applications
  • Deploying Java applications
  • Deploying Web Services
  • Authentication and Security
  • Wireless services
  • Oracle Internet Directory
  • Business intelligence services
  • Unified messaging
  • Hardware and software requirements
  • Pre-installation tasks
  • Installation options
  • Deployment options
  • Installing the J2EE and Web Cache options
  • Developer kits
  • Using OEM to manage the 10gAS
  • 10gAS management tools
  • Starting and stopping 10gAS
  • OEM homepages
  • Managing the HTTP server
  • Managing processes and connections
  • Network connections
  • Working with server log files
  • Managing directives
  • Container scope and nesting
  • Legality of directives
  • Option, Alias and ScriptAlias directive
  • Enabling and disabling directory indexing
  • Configuring virtual hosts
  • Managing PL/SQL, CGI and Perl applications
  • Creating Database Access Descriptors (DADS)
  • Authenticating PL/SQL applications
  • PL/SQL Server Pages, mod_plsql and the PL/SQL Gateway
  • Configuring mod_cgi, mod_fastcgi for the common gateway
  • Configuring mod_perl
  • CGI and Perl on Oracle 10gAS
  • Oracle Containers for Java (OC4J)
  • Configuring OC4J
  • mod_oc4j
  • Starting and stopping OC4J instances using dcmctl
  • Starting and stopping OC4J instances using OEM
  • Managing OC4J instances using
  • Oracle’s JVM and OracleJSP
  • Deployment scenarios
  • Managing Servlets, JavaServer Pages and JavaStored Procedures
  • Configuring data sources with OC4J
  • Deploying J2EE applications
  • Deploying Web applications
  • Web services
  • The role of web services
  • Web services standards
  • Deploying web services
  • Key features of the Web Cache
  • Web Cache Manager
  • Configuring the Web Cache
  • Starting and stopping the Web Cache
  • Managing listener ports
  • Managing connections
  • Managing the Web Cache
  • Defining caching rules
  • Invalid mechanisms
  • Supporting multiversion documents
  • Rules for personalized pages
  • Rules for pages with session tracking
  • Monitoring and logging
  • Managing the 10gAS Infrastructure
  • Features of the 10gAS infrastructure
  • Different deployment scenarios
  • SSO service
  • Managing the metadata repository
  • The Oracle Management Server
  • Oracle 10gAS Portal Services
  • Testing and Troubleshooting your Oracle 10gAS installation
  • Managing your Oracle 10gAS enterprise deployment
  • Oracle 10gAS integration
  • Best practices for Oracle 10gAS in the enterprise
  • 10gAS infrastructure
  • 10gAS Clustering
  • 10gAS Clustering Architecture
  • Failure scenarios
  • Managing distributed configurations
  • Security concepts and issues
  • Authentication and restriction schemes
  • Configuring basic authentication
  • Configuring anonymous authentication
  • SSL-based communication
  • Configuring mod_ossl
  • Migrating existing certificates using ssl2ossl
  • Encrypting wallet passwords using iasobf
  • Certificate authorities
  • Certificates
  • Setting ports for SSL-based communication
  • Configuring the Oracle HTTP server with SSL
  • The Single Sign-On (SSO) architecture
  • Single sign-on
  • Configuring SSO
  • Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS)
  • Understanding the Distributed Administration Service (DAS)
  • Benefits of the Oracle Internet Directory
  • Directory server features
  • The Oracle Internet Directory
  • The Oracle Directory Manager
  • Oracle portal
  • Oracle portlets
  • Cryptography, digital ids, digital signatures, Oracle wallets
  • Improve availability with external Load Balancers
  • Oracle Application Server Infrastructure High Availability
  • Enhancements in server management with OEM Web Site


  • Previous Oracle database management experience is required. A solid technical background is required to successfully complete this course.


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