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ORA10g301 - Application Server 10g R1 to R3: Administration I

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Course Description

​5 Days

Course Objectives

​At the end of this course, the student will understand:

• The conceptual and theoretical basis for web and application servers and their role within modern enterprise-scale systems infrastructures. Included is an overview of key concepts such as a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).
• A detailed architectural discussion of the application server and its components, and how these interoperate to provide application and web services. Learn how the Application
• Server supports industry standards for Java, ESI, LDAP, SSL and many others.
• Capacity planning, initial installation and configuration of Application Server instances, including the Infrastructure and Middle Tier platforms.
• Startup, shutdown and other basic operations for the basic services and components of the Application Server.
• Become familiar with the most common Web-based, GUI-based and text-based administration tools available for the AS components. Using those tools, administer the services to meet the requirements of your environment.
• Configure the HTTP Server, including virtual host definitions.
• Configure and monitor the Web Cache and deploy a new, cached web site.
• Learn basic troubleshooting skills, using facilities found within the Application Server itself and incorporating operating system and network protocol utilities as needed.
• Perform at least minimal access to and exercise of the primary Middle Tier components such as Business Intelligence Reports and Discoverer, Portal, Wireless and others.
• Troubleshooting configuration problems using Application Server utilities and logs, and operating system and network facilities.
• Configure critical Infrastructure instance components used for identity management, such as Single Sign-on, Certificate Authority, Oracle Internet Directory and others.
• Use the Portal interface to perform Application Server administration and consider the architecture of the Portal environment in providing a user-interface to application services.

Course Audience

​The target audience for this course is Oracle application server administrators. Database administrators, information systems architects, and Java and web-based application developers interested in becoming familiar with the application server platform will also benefit from this course.

Course Outline

INTRODUCTION TO APPLICATION SERVERS
• ABOUT APPLICATION SERVERS
• ABOUT THE ORACLE10G GRID ARCHITECTURE
• MORE ABOUT THE SERVICE-ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE
INTRODUCTION TO ORACLE 10G AS
• ABOUT THE ORACLE10G AS ARCHITECTURE
• ABOUT THE WEB CACHE
• ORACLE HTTP SERVER
• ORACLE CONTAINERS FOR JAVA (OC4J)
• IDENTITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES
• BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE SUITE
• ORACLE FORMS SERVICES
• ORACLE PORTAL
• ORACLE WIRELESS
• ORACLE AS PERSONALIZATION
• OTHER RELATED PRODUCTS
INSTALLING ORACLE AS INFRASTRUCTURE
• ORACLE AS EDITIONS & INSTALLATION OPTIONS
• TOPOLOGY CONSIDERATIONS
• THE INSTALLATION PROCESS
• POST-INSTALLATION STEPS
INSTALLING ORACLE AS MIDDLE TIER
• A SAMPLE MIDDLE TIER INSTALLATION DIALOG
• POST-INSTALLATION STEPS
USING ORACLE AS MANAGEMENT TOOLS
• USING THE EM APPLICATION SERVER CONTROL
• USING THE COMMAND-LINE INTERFACE
• IDENTIFYING SERVICE STATUS
MANAGING & CONFIGURING THE HTTP SERVER
• HTTP SERVER HOME PAGE
• CONFIGURING VIRTUAL HOSTS
• ADMINISTRATION PAGE
• REDIRECTING URLS
MANAGING & CONFIGURING ORACLE WEB CACHE
• WEB CACHE INTERNAL ARCHITECTURE
• WEB CACHE ADMINISTRATION INTERFACES
• WEB CACHE ADMINISTRATION TASKS
• TESTING THE CACHE & ESI PROCESSING
MANAGING & CONFIGURING OC4J
• MORE ABOUT THE ARCHITECTURE
• MANAGING OC4J INSTANCES
DEPLOYING JAVA APPLICATIONS
• DEPLOY EAR & WAR APPLICATIONS
• CONFIGURE DATA SOURCES
MANAGING THE OID
• MORE ABOUT DIRECTORY SERVICES
• OID MANAGEMENT VIA EM
• ORACLE DIRECTORY MANAGER
• COMMAND-LINE TOOLS
MANAGING ACCESS USING DAS
• ABOUT THE DAS ARCHITECTURE
• OID SELF-SERVICE CONSOLE
• IDENTITY MANAGEMENT REALMS
ADMINISTERING ORACLE SSO
• SSO ARCHITECTURE & MONITORING
• ADMINISTER THE SSO SERVER
• INTERACTING WITH THE SSO SERVER
SECURING ORACLE AS COMPONENTS USING SSL
• SECURING THE HTTP SERVER
• SECURING THE WEB CACHE
• SECURING EM APPLICATION SERVER CONTROL
• SECURING SSO
MANAGING & CONFIGURING THE ORACLE AS CA
• MORE ABOUT CERTIFICATES & THE OCA ARCHITECTURE
• ESTABLISHING IDENTITY AS AN OCA ADMINISTRATOR
• ACCESS OCA ADMINISTRATION PAGES
• ACCESS OCA USER PAGES
• ORACLE WALLET MANAGER
MANAGING ORACLE AS & PORTAL USING PORTAL ADMINISTRATION
• ABOUT PORTAL BUILDER
• ORACLE AS ADMINISTRATION USING PORTAL
• PORTAL ADMINISTRATION USING EM
• CONFIGURING WEBDAV

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