Advanced WebLogic® Performance Tuning and Optimization
(WLADVC, Live Instructor-Led Training, 3 days)


Description

This SETC certified course teaches experienced system administrators how to configure, monitor, troublehoot and tune a production WebLogic environment. Starting with WebLogic architecture, the course quickly proceeds to a full discussion of the art of science of server monitoring and troubleshooting in a production environment. The course then tackles security, troubleshooting and advanced configuration in a WebLogic server environment. If you need to manage a production WebLogic server environment, this is the SETC course for you. SETC Training offers WebLogic training couses in Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Quebec City.

Dates and Pricing


Dec 4 to Dec 6, 2017$3,000/person Jan 17 to Jan 19, 2018$3,000/person Feb 14 to Feb 16, 2018$3,000/person Mar 14 to Mar 16, 2018$3,000/person

Outline

WebLogic Architecture
WebLogic Components
Understanding Domains: Dos and Don'ts
Best Practices for Domain Management and Configuration
A Complete Tour of WebLogic and its Configuration Elements
Best Practices for WebLogic Configuration
Monitoring WebLogic Server Instances
About the WEBLOGIC Diagnostic Framework
Using the WEBLOGIC Diagnostic Framework
Monitoring WebLogic Server with the Console
Monitoring WebLogic Server with WEBLOGICST
WebLogic Log Services: Concepts and Configuration
WebLogic Log Services: Viewing and Acting on Log Messages
Managing Logs throughout the Enterprise
WebLogic Troubleshooting
Understanding Thread Dumps
Collecting a JRockit Thread Dump
Understanding and Working with Java Thread Crashes
Generating Logs for Troubleshooting
Implementing Automatic Logging
Dealing with Out of Memory Errors
WebLogic Security
Security Basics
Managing Security Realms
Users, Groups, Roles and Security Policies
Applied Security Models for JEE Applications
Configuring Domain Security
Security Best Practices
WebLogic Performance Tuning
Guidelines for Performance Tuning
The Tools of the Trade
Tuning the JVM
Tuning Messaging Applications
Tuning Applications and Sessions
Tuning Data Sources and Transactions
Best Practices of Performance Tuning