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Oracle Fusion Management for Oracle DBAs II          

Duration: 5 days

Description 
Oracle DBAs have historically been the guardians of the Oracle data and security environment. Oracle Fusion environments require Oracle Infrastructure Administrators who can manage the entire Oracle Fusion Architecture acros all tiers of the enterprise. High availability, performance, backup/recovery, security and scalability are now key issues in the middle tier as well as the back end tier. This class focuses on advanced administration skills for managing an Oracle Fusion infrastructure. Topics include high availability, Real Application Clusters (RAC), Data Guard, clustering architecture, failover, failure detection, scaleability, performance tuning, monitoring, the Oracle Internet Directory (OID), Single Sign-On (SSO), backup and recovery, configuring Server Clusters, The emphasis is on security using OID and best practices for Oracle Fusion management.

Topics

  • Review the Oracle10gAS architecture
  • Application Server Farms
  • Application server management tools
  • Oracle Grid
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager
  • Oracle Application Server Control
  • Managing the application server
  • Deployment topologies
  • The integration architect
  • Process modeler configuration
  • High availability options
  • Real Application Clusters (RAC)
  • Data Guard
  • Cluster failover
  • Cloning
  • Distributing infrastructure components
  • Default installation configuration
  • Custom configurations
  • Deployment options
  • Configuring using a metadata repository
  • Installation options
  • Working with an existing OID
  • Using an existing Oracle database
  • Single Sign-On
  • High availability in the infrastructure
  • High availability in the Middle Tier
  • High availability in the Web cache tier
  • Failover
  • Fault tolerance
  • Death detection
  • Session replication
  • Distributed cache
  • Process management
  • Intelligent routing
  • Distributed management
  • Cold cluster
  • RAC
  • Virtual hostname
  • Logical IP addresses
  • Web cache intances
  • Web cache clusters
  • Web cache cluster architecture
  • Configuring the Web cache cluster
  • Adding Web cache instances to a web cache cluster
  • Web Cache Cluster metrics
  • Failure detection in a Web cache cluster
  • Failover in a Web cache cluster
  • Configuring Application Server clusters
  • The Application Server Clustering Architecture
  • Managing an Application Server Cluster
  • Managing OC4J Instances Within a Cluster
  • Using Single Sign-On
  • Configuring instance parameters
  • Routing between instances in the same farm
  • Routing between instances across a firewall
  • Managing and configuring OC4J
  • Failover and load balancing with OC4J
  • Group OC4J instances
  • OC4J Islands
  • OC4J grouped instances
  • State replication in OC4J
  • Workign with iHAT
  • Working with cold failover clusters
  • Configuring the Infrastructure for cold failover clusters
  • Configuring the middle tier for cold failover clusters
  • Managing the infrastructure with a cold failover cluster
  • Business Intelligence
  • BI Publisher features
  • Oracle WebCenter features
  • Services with Oracle Portal
  • Discoverer with Oracle Portal
  • Personalization
  • Deploying XML applications
  • Web services
  • Oracle XML parser
  • XSLT parsers
  • Deploy a XSQL Servlet
  • Understanding SOAP
  • Web Services
  • The Web Services architecture
  • Monitoring with LogLoader
  • Monitoring with LogViewer
  • Monitoring log files with Enterprise Manager
  • Diagnostic messages in the log repository
  • Troubleshooting
  • Printlogs command line utility
  • Tuning the Middle-Tier
  • Performance Metrics
  • Tuning the Oracle HTTP Server Performance
  • Tuning OC4J instances
  • OEM's Application Performance Management (APM) System
  • Tuning the Web Cache
  • Reconfiguring the middle-tier
  • Reconfiguring Oracle Portal
  • Adding and removing instances from a Farm
  • Adding and removing middle-tiers
  • Backup and recovery
  • Disaster recovery planning
  • The Application Server backup and recovery tool
  • Full backups
  • Partial backups
  • Recovering a middle-tier
  • Recovering an infrastructure
  • Security in the middle tier
  • Oracle Identity Management
  • The Oracle Internet Directory
  • Managing credentials
  • Best practices

Prerequisites

  • Completion of the Oracle Fusion Management for DBAs I course.


 
 
 

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