This Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud 2.x: Middleware Deployment training teaches you how to effectively implement an Oracle Fusion Middleware application on the Oracle Exalogic platform. Use a hands-on learning approach to deploy a typical middleware application that takes advantage of the unique storage, network and cloud characteristics of Exalogic.
Note: No hands on lab environment for the TOD course.
- Plan, implement and tune the Fusion Middleware on a Virtual Data Center.
- Configure shared storage and hosts to support Oracle middleware.
- Identify the Middleware Cloud Assets to support the deployment.
- Create Accounts, Virtual Networks, Virtual Servers and Distribution Groups.
- Work with SDP, RDMA, and IMB to optimize the performance and sclability of WebLogic Server, Coherence and Tuxedo.
- Install and Configure Oracle Traffic Director to intelligently load balance traffic to a middleware cluster.
Configure shared storage and hosts to support Oracle middleware
Install and configure a middleware domain on Exalogic
Optimize WebLogic, Coherence, and Tuxedo configurations for Exalogic
Use Traffic Director to proxy requests to a middleware cluster
Design accounts, vNets, and vServers to support a middleware deployment
Cloud Infrastructure for Middleware
- Why Host Fusion Middleware on Exalogic?
- Sizing and Capacity Planning
- How Many Instances to Run on a vServer?
- vServer Type Best Practices
- Recommended Network Topology
- Allocating IP Addresses
- Distribution Group Best Practices
Storage and Installation
- General Storage Recommendations
- Recommended NFS Architecture
- Storage Recommendations for FMW
- FMW Storage Examples
- How Many FMW Installations?
- Redundant Installations and Rolling Upgrades
- Configuring a Linux NIS Server
- Configuring a Linux NIS Client
- Migrating Existing Domains to Exalogic
- Shared or Separate Domain Folders?
- Listen Address Recommendations
- Adding Virtual IP Addresses to a vServer
- Dynamic Cluster Recommendations
- Configuring a JMS Store Location
- Node Manager Recommendations
- Scaling Up a Cluster on Exalogic
- Cooperative Memory Management
- Using Multiple Channels for Replication
- Using SDP for JDBC
- Replicated Store
- Deployment Topologies
- Administration Architecture
- HA Architecture
- Configuration Architecture
- Creating and Starting Admin Nodes
- Configuring Virtual Server Routes
- Configuring Server Pools
- Creating a Failover Group
- Familiarity with basic Unix network and storage concepts
- Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud 2.x: Cloud Management Ed 2
This course is not associated with any Certification.
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