Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Administration
Duration : 5 Days (40 Hours)
Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Administration Course Overview:
The Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Administration course provides a comprehensive understanding of Oracle SOA Suite 11g and related technologies, covering installation, configuration, and management. Participants will learn about components like Oracle Mediator, Business Rules, Service Bus, and Human Workflow, along with governance, security, and performance monitoring. The course also covers Oracle UCM, BPEL, and XML implementation for supporting enterprise SOA Suite 11g implementations.
- IT professionals and system administrators
- Web service developers
- Technical staff
- Management personnel with knowledge of enterprise application integration, message-oriented middleware, web services, and service-oriented architecture.
Learning Objectives of Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Administration:
1. Understand the architecture of Oracle SOA Suite 11g.
2. Learn how to install and configure Oracle SOA Suite 11g.
3. Know how to configure SOA components and instances.
4. Learn to manage system resources in SOA Suite.
5. Understand how to optimize designs of BPEL processes.
6. Gain knowledge of different types of adapters and how to configure them.
7. Get to know about monitoring and troubleshooting.
8. Learn about different types of deployments.
9. Understand about clustered deployments and high availability.
10.Know how to use WLST and ANT for managing SOA Suite.
Module 1: Introducing SOA and Oracle SOA Suite 11g
- Describing Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Concepts
- Introducing Service Component Architecture (SCA) Composite Applications
- Describing Oracle SOA Suite 11g Architecture and Components
- Introducing Oracle SOA Suite 11g Administration Tools
Module 2: Installing Oracle SOA Suite 11g
- Creating SOA Schemas with the Repository Creation Utility
- Installing Oracle SOA Suite 11g
- Configuring an Oracle WebLogic Domain with SOA Suite 11g Components
- Exploring Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control Console
Module 3: Managing SOA Composite Applications
- Describing Composite Application Structure and Dependencies
- Deploying Composite Applications
- Testing and Monitoring Composite Applications
- Managing Composite Application Life Cycle
Module 4: Administering the SOA Infrastructure
- Configuring Oracle SOA Suite 11g SOA Infrastructure Properties
- Monitoring SOA Infrastructure Run-time Information
Module 5: Administering Oracle JCA Adapters and Binding Components
- Describing JCA Adapters and Binding Components
- Configuring JCA Adapter Properties
- Configuring File, Database, and JMS JCA Adapter Run-time Resources
- Monitoring JCA Adapter Instances and Faults
Module 6: Administering BPEL Process Service Components and Engine
- Describing BPEL Components and Service Engine
- Configuring BPEL Service Engine Properties
- Tracking Messages in a Composite Application With a BPEL Process
- Monitoring BPEL Process Component Instances
- Managing BPEL Process Component Instances and Faults
Module 7: Administering Oracle Mediator Service Components and Engines
- Describing Mediator Components and Service Engines
- Configuring Mediator Service Engine Properties
- Monitoring Mediator Component Instances and Routing Iinformation
- Managing Mediator Faults
Module 8: Administering Decision Service Components and Business Rules Service Engines
- Describing Decision Services and Business Rules Service Engines
- Monitoring Business Rules Service Engine Instances and Faults
Module 9: Administering Oracle User Messaging Service
- Describing User Messaging Service (UMS) Architecture and Components
- Configuring UMS for Human Workflow and BPEL Process Components
- Configuring Oracle WebLogic Server Embedded LDAP Server
- Configuring the Email Messaging Driver
- Testing UMS Services
Module 10: Administering Human Task Service Components and Human Workflow Service Engines
- Describing Human Workflow Components and Service Engine
- Configuring the Human Workflow Services
- Configuring Human Workflow Task Service Properties
- Exploring the Worklist Application for Task Management
- Describing User Messaging Preferences
Module 11: Administering Oracle BPMN Process Service Components and Engines
- Describing BPMN Process Service Components and Engines
- Configuring BPMN Process Service Components and Engines
- Monitoring Oracle BPMN Process Service Components and Engines
Module 12: Administering Oracle Business Activity Monitoring
- Describing Oracle BAM Components and Architecture
- Configuring the Oracle BAM Adapter
- Configuring Oracle BAM Server Properties
- Managing Oracle BAM Users and Distribution Lists
- Monitoring BAM Activity and Components
Module 13: Administering Oracle B2B
- Describing the B2B Components and Concepts
- Describing the B2B Console and Administration Tasks
- Configuring a B2B Inplementation
- Testing a B2B Implementation
- Monitoring B2B Messages in Oracle B2B Console
Module 14: Administering Business Events
- Describing Business Events
- Describing the Event Delivery Network Architecture
- Managing Business Event Subscriptions
- Monitoring Business Event Occurences
Module 15: Configuring Security Services and Policies
- Describing Oracle Web Services Manager Functionality
- Describing Web Service Security Concepts
- Creating a Simple Web Service Security Policy
- Securing a Service Endpoint with the Security Policy
- Monitoring Web Service Security Violations
Module 16: Tuning Performance of Oracle SOA Suite and Components
- Implementing Best Practice Starting and Stopping Managed Servers
- Extending SOA Database Tablespaces
- Managing connection thresholds
- Optimizing Loading of Enterprise Manager Metric Page Information
- Purging data from Dehydration Store
Module 17: Troubleshooting Oracle SOA Suite
- Resolving Managed Server Startup Problems
- Managing Connection Timeouts
- Identifying Log Files
- Configuring Log Levels
- Viewing Log File Entries
- Identifying and Resolving Common Application Problems
Module 18: Configuring High Availability for Oracle SOA Suite
- Describing Types of High Availability Options
- Describing High Availability Implementations
Module 19: Backing Up and Recovery of Oracle SOA Suite Instances
- Adopting a Backup and Recovery Strategy
- Backing Up Oracle Fusion Middleware Environments
- Backing Up the SOA Database Schemas
- Recovering Oracel Fusion Middleware Environments
- Recovering SOA Database Schemas
Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Administration Course Prerequisites:
1. Basic understanding of SOA fundamentals
2. Working knowledge of Oracle database
3. Previous knowledge of Oracle WebLogic Server
4. Working knowledge of Unix/Linux operating system
5. XML/XSD, Web Services/ SOAP, WSDL
6. Knowledge of Java and J2EE technologies
7. Familiarity with Oracle integration technology, such as Oracle BPEL, BPEL Process Manager, commonly used adapters (file, database, JMS) and BAM.
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