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BEA WebLogic Server 8.1: System Administration
课程提纲
Module
Skills Learned
Introduction to BEA WebLogic Server
  • Explain the reason for using distributed systems
  • List the main www.cnbootstrap.components of the J2EE specification
  • Understand the terminology used in the course
  • Describe a high-level view of the BEA WebLogic Server architecture
  • Install BEA WebLogic Platform 8.1

Lab Exercises

  • Install BEA Software
  • Install BEA WebLogic Server Using Silent Install (optional)
  • Set Up the BEA Ed.Lab Environment
Basic BEA WebLogic Server Administration
  • Configure a new domain
  • Use the administration console to configure server properties
  • Use weblogic.Admin to configure server properties
  • Manage server logs
  • Monitor server activity
  • Lab Exercises
  • Set Up a Domain
Configure the Runtime Environment
  • Configure servers
  • Start a server on boot
  • Assign servers to machines

Lab Exercises

  • Create Servers and Machines
Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)
  • Describe the naming and directory services
  • Describe the high-level architecture of JNDI
  • Define basic terminology
  • Display the JNDI tree in BEA WebLogic Server
Java Database Connectivity
  • Describe the high-level architecture of JDBC
  • List the driver types and those provided by BEA WebLogic Server
  • Describe and configure connection pools
  • Describe and configure DataSources and Transactional DataSources
  • Use the Administration Console to manage JDBC resources

Lab Exercises

  • Configure JDBC Resources
Java Message Service (JMS)
  • Understand how BEA WebLogic Server JMS is implemented
  • Configure JMS administered objects using the Administration Console
  • Configure persistent messages
  • Use the BEA WebLogic Server Administration Console to monitor JMS

Lab Exercises

  • Configure JMS Resources
J2EE Applications
  • Describe the structure of Web applications
  • Deploy Web applications
  • Configure a virtual host
  • Manage Enterprise JavaBeans
  • Deploy Enterprise Applications

Lab Exercises

  • Deploy a Web Application
  • Configure Virtual Hosting
  • Configure and Deploy an EJB
  • Deploy an EAR
Security
  • Describe BEA WebLogic Server 8.1 security architecture
  • Configure security realms
  • Configure users, groups and roles
  • Secure Web applications with declarative security
  • Configure policies and SSL
  • Create and manage certificates
  • Protect BEA WebLogic Server against several types of attacks

Lab Exercises

  • Create a Security Realm
  • Configure SSL
Runtime Configuration Options
  • Stop and start servers using Node Manager
  • Configure managed server independence
  • Route network requests using network channels
  • Install startup and shutdown classes

Lab Exercises

  • Start and Stop a Managed Server with Node Manager
  • Configure Managed Server Independence
  • Configure Network Channels
  • Install Server Startup and Shutdown Classes
Configure and Manage Clusters
  • Describe the basics of clustering
  • Describe clustering architectures
  • Configure and manage a simple cluster
  • Configure a proxy to a cluster
  • Configure and manage HTTP session state replication
  • Configure and manage EJB and JMS objects in a cluster

Lab Exercises

  • Configure a Cluster
  • Configure a Session Replication Group
  • Migrate a JMS Server
Performance Tuning
  • Understand the performance tuning process
  • Identify useful tools for performance measurement
  • Identify www.cnbootstrap.common bottlenecks and tunable parameters that can affect them
  • Tune BEA WebLogic EJB parameters

Lab Exercises

  • Test and Tune Performance
  • Measure JRockit JVM Performance
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