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3278 - Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Enterprise Manager Management Pack

Overview

Duration: 2 days
Enterprise Manager Cloud Control provides a central, consolidated and intelligent IT management infrastructure across all application tiers. The WebLogic Server Management Pack enables Cloud Control users to monitor, manage, and troubleshoot WebLogic Server environments. WebLogic Server: Enterprise Manager Management Pack shows you how to integrate Cloud Control with the management life cycle of your WebLogic applications while adopting Oracle's best practices.
Learn To:
  • Use Cloud Control to monitor WebLogic servers and applications
  • Use Cloud Control to administer WebLogic domains and deploy applications
  • Use Cloud Control to clone and scale WebLogic environments
  • Use Cloud Control to track and compare WebLogic configurations
  • Use Cloud Control to analyze JVM and WebLogic diagnostics
Benefits to You
Taking this course will teach you how to more effectively manage your WebLogic environments. After you take this course, you will have the skills to keep track of server availability, key performance indicators, configuration changes, and patches. You will also learn how streamline general application lifecycle activities such as scale out, cloning, and application provisioning.
Central Monitoring and Administration
Discover multiple WebLogic deployments and monitor their availability and performance from a single interface. Maintain your domain configurations and ensure that they comply with Oracle and custom IT policies.
Provisioning and Scaling
Instantiate a new WebLogic domain from a standard profile or clone an existing domain. Quickly scale up or out an existing domain to adapt to larger workloads.
Diagnostics
Use both real time and historical metrics to troubleshoot JVM or server issues and get advice on the root cause of common WebLogic problems.

Objectives

  • Discover existing WebLogic environments
  • Monitor and manage domains, servers, data sources, and applications
  • Track changes to a WebLogic environment
  • Provision and clone domains
  • Scale out an existing cluster
  • Analyze JVM threads and snapshots
  • Use the WebLogic diagnostic advisor
  • Automate tasks through groups and templates

Content

Introduction to Enterprise Manager Cloud Control

  • Middleware Management Challenges
  • Cloud Control Capabilities
  • Multiple Domains
  • Cloud Control Architecture
  • Agents
  • Targets
  • EMCLI
  • Cloud Control Security

Discovering Targets

  • Middleware Targets
  • Automatic Discovery Process
  • Viewing Discovered Targets
  • Adding Targets Manually
  • EMCLI Discovery Example
  • Configuring Automatic Refresh
  • EMCLI Refresh Example
  • Deploying JVMD

Monitoring

  • Navigating Middleware Targets
  • Domain, Cluster, and Server Home Pages
  • Customizing a Home Page
  • Server Performance Summary
  • Baselines
  • Blackouts
  • Incident Manager
  • Notifications

Monitoring Best Practices

  • Monitoring Templates
  • Customizing Metric Settings
  • Corrective Actions
  • Group Options
  • Administration Group Hierarchy 
  • Configuring Target Properties
  • Template Collections
  • Associating Collections with Groups

Administration

  • Controlling WebLogic Targets
  • Scheduling WebLogic Jobs
  • Viewing WLS and FMW Logs
  • WebLogic Change Center
  • Working with Data Sources
  • Modifying MBeans Attributes
  • Recording WLST Scripts

Configuration Management

  • Capturing Target Configurations
  • WebLogic Configuration Data
  • Viewing Configuration History
  • Searching Configurations
  • Comparing Configurations
  • Creating a Custom Comparison Template
  • Synchronizing Configuration Differences
  • Working with Comparison Results

Provisioning

  • Cloning an Existing Installation
  • Cloning an Existing Domain
  • Middleware Home Gold Images
  • Installing WebLogic from a Gold Image
  • Domain Provisioning Profiles
  • Creating a Domain from a Profile
  • Scaling an Existing Cluster
  • Customizing Deployment Procedures

Application Deployment

  • Deployment Artifacts
  • Creating Applications in the Library
  • Deployment Operations
  • Deploying a New Application
  • Redeploying an Application
  • Undeploying an Application

Diagnostics

  • JVM Pools
  • JVM Pool and JVM Home Pages
  • JVM Performance Diagnostics
  • JVM Live Thread Analysis
  • Cross Tier Analysis
  • Diagnostic Snapshots
  • Middleware Diagnostic Advisor (MDA)
  • Viewing MDA Findings

Audience

Systems Administrator

Prerequisites

  • Basic knowledge of Java programming
  • Adequate knowledge of administering Oracle WebLogic Server

Certification

This course is not associated with any Certification.

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