All production environments need automated, auditable, and reproducible processes. This book discusses how to automate all aspects of WebLogic, an essential prerequisite for all production environments. The WebLogic Server platform is recognized as one of the leading J2EE application servers and is the foundation of the Fusion Middleware platform. It is well suited for a variety of different application architectures including modern grid and cloud infrastructures. A large number of WebLogic installations from a single server to thousands of servers exist all over the world. Complex environments may consist of hundreds of domains and thousands of managed-servers. It is impossible for an administrator group to maintain all those servers with manual tasks or the web console. This book is written based on 15+ years of experience with many real architecture and consultancy assignments, and includes tips based on lessons learned from real project experience. Its main focus is to teach readers who are already familiar with WebLogic how to use the powerful automation APIs to operate WebLogic in small to very complex environments. This book includes many practical examples that can be easily adapted to the reader's needs. This book does not use the WebLogic GUI nor talk about J2EE programming; it focuses on automation only. A comprehensive code download of powerful WLST and JMX scripts is also provided.
Using real life problems and simple solutions this book will make any issue seem small. WebLogic Server books can be a bit dry but Dalton keeps the tone light and ensures no matter how complex the problem you always feel like you have someone right there with you helping you along. This book is ideal for those who know the basics of WebLogic but want to dive deeper and get to grips with more advanced topics. So if you are a datacenter operator, system administrator or even a Java developer this book could be exactly what you are looking for to take you one step further with Oracle WebLogic Serv.
WebLogic is a complex, professional application server environment with a complex and powerful security environment. WebLogic server at its core implements the J2EE specification stack and its main purpose is to offer a hosting environment for J2EE applications. But WebLogic is much more than that. Like most professional J2EE server WebLogic also offers a large number of extended features like comprehensive management, clustering and failover functionality on different levels, plus a number of extended enterprise features not required by J2EE but very useful in the enterprise world, enterprise features that are required by many companies.
Use this comprehensive guide to study for the Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Administration I Exam 1Z0-133. This book is a unique introductory resource to the WebLogic Server certification for new Oracle Fusion Middleware administrators and a valuable resource for veteran WebLogic Server administrators seeking to update their skills for the 12c certification topics. It is common sense that passing a certification exam requires a good command of the subject matter, understanding the intricacies surrounding its practice, and having sufficient experience working with the concepts. This book aims to accelerate the process by providing an accurate review of all exam topics, suggesting hands-on practices to gain or reinforce experience working with WebLogic Server, and introducing questions to help candidates become familiar with the format and style of questions found on the actual certification exam. Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Administration I Exam 1Z0-133 covers the associate level certification with Oracle. Although not dedicated to exam 1Z0-599, the guide is also a valuable foundational resource for those preparing for WebLogic Server 12c implementation specialist level certification. This book: Inspects the certification topics in the order that you would likely follow in an on-the-job middleware infrastructure project Is a great resource for candidates preparing for the certification, who are unable to start with live or personally-assisted training Is a great starting point for those pursuing advanced Oracle WebLogic Server certifications What You’ll Learn Cover all topics on the certification exam 1Z0-133 Become familiar with the types and format of questions on the certification exam Understand and properly describe Oracle WebLogic Server domains and clusters Install, configure, maintain, and monitor Oracle WebLogic Server Deploy and manage applications on Oracle WebLogic Server Discover how to use new administration features of Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Who This Book Is For Certified Oracle WebLogic administrators seeking to update their Oracle WebLogic Server credentials, as well as experienced WebLogic Server administrators seeking to earn certification for the first time. Non-Oracle administrators seeking to earn a WebLogic Server certification will also find this book useful.
This cookbook is full of immediately useable recipes showing you how to develop service and message-oriented (integration) applications on the Oracle Service Bus. In addition to its cookbook style, which ensures the solutions are presented in a clear step-by-step manner, the explanations go into great detail, which makes it good learning material for everyone who has experience in OSB and wants to improve. Most of the recipes are designed in such a way that each recipe is presented as a separate, standalone entity and reading of prior recipes is not required. The finished solution of each recipe is also made available electronically. If you are an intermediate SOA developer who is using Oracle Service Bus to develop service and message-orientated applications on the Oracle Service Bus, then this book is for you. This book assumes that you have a working knowledge of fundamental SOA concepts and Oracle Service Bus.
Author: Frank Munz
Publisher: Munz & More
Release Date: 2013-01-01
Genre: Application software
"[An] anthology of best practice in administrating WebLogic 12c, large-scale deployments, performance-tuning tools, the merged JVM, node manager, using JMX with your own applications, stuck threads, JDBC myths, effectively detecting memory leaks, Java EE examples, Oracle Fusion Middleware and WebLogic in the Could without the hype"--Page 4 of cover.
The book explains core concepts while providing real world implementation specifics, detailing the administration-related activities with Oracle SOA Suite 11g with a step-by-step approach using real-world examples. The authors demonstrate the use of WLST scripts that administrators can reuse and extend to perform most administration tasks such as deployments, tuning, migration, and installation. If you are an Oracle SOA Suite administrator, WebLogic Server administrator, Database administrator, or developer that needs to administer and secure your Oracle SOA Suite services and applications, then this book is for you. Basic knowledge of Oracle SOA Suite Administration is beneficial, but not necessary.
Written as a practical Cookbook, the recipes in this essential guide will help you make the most out of Oracle Data Integrator 11g.This book is meant for people who already possess a basic understanding of Oracle Data Integrator and want to take it to the next level by learning how to better leverage advanced ODI features and functionality as they continue to develop and manage their data integration projects.
Author: Sam R. Alapati
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Release Date: 2011-09-22
Master the Configuration and Administration of Oracle WebLogic Server 11g Oversee a robust, highly available environment for your mission-critical applications using the expert information in this Oracle Press guide. Oracle WebLogic Server 11g Administration Handbook explains the latest management techniques for the de facto application server for Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g> and provides detailed examples and best practices. Find out how to use the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console feature, employ command-line and scripting tools, implement failover and migration capabilities, and generate reliable backups. Troubleshooting, tuning, and security procedures are also covered in this comprehensive resource. Install Oracle WebLogic Server 11g or upgrade from a previous version Configure domains, servers, clusters, custom networks, and virtual hosts Work with the Administration Console and Monitoring Dashboard features of Oracle WebLogic Server Use the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) feature of Oracle WebLogic Server to manage and monitor domains Use the Oracle WebLogic Server Work Managers feature to optimize scheduled work Deploy Web applications, Enterprise JavaBeans, and Java EE modules Improve scalability and reliability using Oracle WebLogic Server clusters Monitor servers, tune the Java Virtual Machine, maximize throughput, and optimize performance Authenticate, authorize, and map users within defined security realms
"A stereotype of computer science textbooks is that they are dry, boring, and sometimes even intimidating. As a result, they turn students’ interests off from the subject matter instead of enticing them into it. This textbook is the opposite of such a stereotype. The author presents the subject matter in a refreshing story-telling style and aims to bring the Internet-generation of students closer to her stories."? --Yingcai Xiao, The University of Akron Introduction to Middleware: Web Services, Object Components, and Cloud Computing provides a comparison of different middleware technologies and the overarching middleware concepts they are based on. The various major paradigms of middleware are introduced and their pros and cons are discussed. This includes modern cloud interfaces, including the utility of Service Oriented Architectures. The text discusses pros and cons of RESTful vs. non-RESTful web services, and also compares these to older but still heavily used distributed object/component middleware. The text guides readers to select an appropriate middleware technology to use for any given task, and to learn new middleware technologies as they appear over time without being greatly overwhelmed by any new concept. The book begins with an introduction to different distributed computing paradigms, and a review of the different kinds of architectures, architectural styles/patterns, and properties that various researchers have used in the past to examine distributed applications and determine the quality of distributed applications. Then it includes appropriate background material in networking and the web, security, and encoding necessary to understand detailed discussion in this area. The major middleware paradigms are compared, and a comparison methodology is developed. Readers will learn how to select a paradigm and technology for a particular task, after reading this text. Detailed middleware technology review sections allow students or industry practitioners working to expand their knowledge to achieve practical skills based on real projects so as to become well-functional in that technology in industry. Major technologies examined include: RESTful web services (RESTful cloud interfaces such as OpenStack, AWS EC2 interface, CloudStack; AJAX, JAX-RS, ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET Core), non-RESTful (SOAP and WSDL-based) web services (JAX-WS, Windows Communication Foundation), distributed objects/ components (Enterprise Java Beans, .NET Remoting, CORBA). The book presents two projects that can be used to illustrate the practical use of middleware, and provides implementations of these projects over different technologies. This versatile and class-tested textbook is suitable (depending on chapters selected) for undergraduate or first-year graduate courses on client server architectures, middleware, and cloud computing, web services, and web programming.
Getting Started with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c is a fast-paced and feature-packed book, designed to get you working with Java EE 6, JDK 7 and Oracle WebLogic Server 12c straight away, so start developing your own applications.Getting Started with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Developer's Guide is written for developers who are just getting started, or who have some experience, with Java EE who want to learn how to develop for and use Oracle WebLogic Server. Getting Started with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Developer's Guide also provides a great overview of the updated features of the 12c release, and how it integrates Java EE 6 and JDK 7 to remove boilerplate code.
This book is a practical guide with examples and clear steps to explain terrain modeling with Grome. If you're a developer or artist looking for a guide to walk you through GROME 3.1, then this book is for you. This book will help you from the first step to exporting a terrain as a workable art asset in a game engine.