Oracle Weblogic Performance Training
Oracle web logic server provides the web or e-commerce platform, that connects and allow different kinds of users while combining corporate data and all other firm applications in a powerful, point to point and flexible e-commerce solutions. Which provides scalability, performance, and high availability to control complex enterprise computing. It contains the J2EE technologies and Java 2 platform. It provides the entire set of services for J2EE applications, controls and covers behavior of the application automatically without any programming.
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|Course Name||Oracle Weblogic Performance Tuning Online Training|
|Contents||Fundamentals and Concepts of Oracle Weblogic Performance Tuning|
|Duration||30 Hours with Flexible timings|
|Delivery||Instructor Led-Live Online Training|
|Ideal For||Job seekers in the field of Oracle Weblogic Performance Tuning|
|Availability||Regular/Weekend Batches. 24×7 teaching assistance and support.|
What you’ll learn in Oracle Weblogic Performance Training Course?
- Perform regular Oracle WebLogic Server administration functions.
- Create a WebLogic Server domain.
- Set up WebLogic Server’s certification provider.
- Build and configure a WebLogic Server cluster.
- Set up, configure and avail WebLogic Server.
- Restore and Backup a WebLogic Server domain.
- Deploy applications to WebLogic Server.
- Set up various kinds of Java EE applications to Oracle WebLogic Server.
What are the pre-requisites to learn Oracle Weblogic Performance Course?
Basics of Linux Commands, Knowledge of Networking Concepts, Basic Knowledge of Programming Language
MODULE 1: TUNING HOTSPOT JVM
TOPICS: Introduction to Hotspot, JVM Tools for Monitoring, Understanding JVM Ergonomics, Use of Footprint Goal, Use of Throughput Goal, Hotspot JVM Using Java, Configuring JVM Parameters, Visual VM Command Line Tools
MODULE 2: CONFIGURING WORK MANAGERS
TOPICS: Introduction to Wls Self-Tuning, Threadpool and Priority, Work Manager Sharing Constraints, Work Manager Configuration, What is Work Manager?, Work Manager Scope, Scheduling Guidelines
MODULE 3: CONFIGURING WEBLOGIC SERVER RESOURCES
TOPICS: Stuck Threads, Tuning Chunk Size, Domain Startup Mode, Native IO Performance, Connection Backlogs
MODULE 4: TUNING JDBC AND EJB
TOPICS: Tuning Connection Pools, Performing Batch Updates, Tuning Transactions, Tuning Statement Caches, Tuning Database Specific Parameters, Tuning Cache Size, Tuning Concurrency Strategy, Tuning Pool Size, Tuning Transactions, Tuning Entity Bean Parameters, Tuning EJB Clients
MODULE 5: TUNING JMS AND WEB LOGIC SERVER CLUSTERS
TOPICS: Tuning JMS Clients, Considerations for Forwarding Message, Defining Persistence Techniques, Listing Throttling Techniques, Considerations for Store, Load Firewalls, Defining Aggregation, Architectural Consideration, Defining Message Pipeline, Load Balancers, General Tuning Tips, Session Persistence
MODULE 6: TUNING METHODOLOGY AND OS
TOPICS: Identifying Bottlenecks, Linux Performance Monitoring, Introduction to Performance Tuning, Load and Stress Testing, Benchmarking, Performance Monitoring &Testing Tools, Operating System Resources
MODULE 7: MONITOR AND TUNE SERVER PERFORMANCE
TOPICS: On-Demand Deployment, Native I/O Performance Pack, Domain Startup Mode, Connection Backlog, Garbage Collection Thresholds, SSI Tuning, Logging Considerations, Overload Protection
MODULE 8: MONITOR AND TUNE CLUSTER PERFORMANCE
TOPICS: Load Balancing and Failover, Multitier Cluster Architecture, Clustering Review, Peer-To-Peer Communication, Load Balancers, Deployment Packaging, Http Session Persistence Review, Basic Cluster Architecture
MODULE 9: MONITORING AND TUNING JAVA EE APPLICATIONS
TOPICS: Tuning JPA, Tuning Web Applications, Tuning Web Services, Tuning Enterprise JavaBeans
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