Java Cloud Administration
Duration : 2 Days (16 Hours)
Java Cloud Administration Course Overview:
The Java Cloud Administration certification assesses individuals’ proficiency in developing, deploying, and managing Java applications in cloud environments. It covers fundamental cloud computing principles, Java cloud services, cloud application security, and cloud project management. This certification is widely recognized in the IT industry as a measure of cloud expertise and is particularly valuable for cloud-based roles. In fields like IT and software development, employers may give preference or make it a requirement for job candidates to possess this certification, offering a streamlined approach to the selection process based on merit. Industries leverage these certifications to ensure their teams possess essential skills and knowledge from reputable sources.
• IT professionals seeking advanced programming skills
• System administrators interested in cloud technology
• Programmers familiar with Java aiming to branch into cloud computing
• Web developers looking to enhance their knowledge on cloud-based platforms
• IT students eager to stay updated with current trends in software development.
Learning Objectives of Java Cloud Administration:
The Java Cloud Administration course is designed to equip learners with the necessary skills to effectively manage, monitor, administratively handle, and troubleshoot Java cloud-based applications. The course focuses on several key learning objectives, including understanding the architectural structure of Java cloud service, becoming proficient in using the Oracle Cloud service console, analyzing resource usage, and mastering application lifecycle management. Students will gain expertise in creating and managing Java Cloud service instances, working with different storage options, and ensuring optimal performance and security.
Furthermore, the course will train learners in implementing disaster recovery and continuity plans, as well as utilizing monitoring, scaling, and load balancing facilities provided by Java Cloud service. By the end of the course, students should have comprehensive proficiency in all aspects of Java Cloud administration, enabling them to excel in their roles as Java cloud administrators and contribute effectively to the success of cloud-based applications.
Module 1: Java Cloud Service Overview
- Describing the Oracle Java Cloud Service Environment
- Explaining the 3 Java Cloud Service Types
- Outlining Java Cloud Service Features
- Describing the methods to interact with Java Cloud Service
Module 2: WebLogic Server: Overview
- Explaining the role of WebLogic Server in Java Cloud Service
- Defining Oracle WebLogic Server terms: domain, server, cluster, Node Manager
- Listing Oracle WebLogic Server services and management interfaces
Module 3: Accessing Java Cloud Service Instance
- Accessing Java Cloud Service Management Consoles and Fusion Middleware Control
- Introducing WebLogic Server domain configuration
- Outlining Command-line and REST API for Java Cloud Service
Module 4: Managing Java Cloud Service
- Viewing, suspending and deleting instances
- Scaling Java Cloud Service instances
- Backing up and restoring Java Cloud Service instances
- Patching a Java Cloud Service instance
- Managing Java Cloud Service instance using CLI and REST API
Module 5: Monitoring Java Cloud Service
- Describing Java Cloud Service billing metrics
- Analyzing Java Cloud Service monitoring metrics
- Configuring Alert Rules
- Describing Java Cloud Service activity history
- Reviewing Java Cloud Service service metrics
Module 6: Working with Oracle Traffic Director
- Listing common Load Balancer Administration activities
- Creating Load Balancer instances
- Enabling and disabling Load Balancer
- Configuring Load Balancer instances
- Applying Common Load Balancer use cases
- Monitoring Load Balancers
Module 7: Multitenancy and Domain Partitions
- Describing WebLogic Server Multitenancy concepts
- Explaining WebLogic Server Domain Partition concepts
- Creating and Managing single Domain Partition
- Associating Domain Partitions with Virtual Targets
- Comparing Domain Partition Security Realm options
Module 8: Java Cloud Service Security
- Creating new Java Cloud Service users and assigning roles
- Modifying user login details and roles
- Adding custom roles
- Contrasting Java Cloud Service, VM host, and WebLogic users
Module 9: Understanding JDBC and Configuring Data Sources
- Configuring JDBC Data Sources and connection pools
- Comparing the types of data sources
- Configuring a Generic JDBC Data Source
- Configuring a GridLink Data Source
- Describing common data source problems
- Tuning a Data Source connection pool
Module 10: Understanding JDBC and Configuring Data Sources
- Defining users, groups, roles, and policies for the embedded LDAP server
- Configuring auditing and role mapping
Java Cloud Administration Course Prerequisites:
• Basic understanding of Java programming
• Familiarity with cloud concepts
• Prior experience in administering a Java-based environment
• Knowledge of Java cloud-related technologies like Git, CI/CD, and Docker
• Learning fundamental cloud computing terminologies and architectures
• Familiarity with Java development tools and processes.
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