Oracle Training Overview|
This Oracle 10g courseware training guide book will introduce one to the architecture and the administration of web servers and application servers using the Oracle10g Application Server platform. The course includes a combination of in-depth conceptual discussions together with numerous hands-on implementation exercises. Differences and capabilities between the R1, R2 and R3 releases of Oracle Application Server 10g are all included
Oracle Training Prerequisites
It is assumed that the reader has some general experience using, developing or administering information systems technologies. Additionally, the following courses are suggested background prerequisites:
General familiarity with at least the concepts of the following technologies is also useful:
- The course Understanding Web Server Administration and Security
- The course XML Introduction
- The course Network+ Certification Support Skills
Oracle Training Audience
- HTML or XHTML
- The Java programming language and Java development.
- The operating system platform, such as Linux, Unix or MS Windows, on which the Oracle Application Server environment will operate.
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.
Suggested Next Courses
The following courses are suggested at the completion of this course:
Oracle Training Objectives
- The course ORACLE AS PORTAL 10G: BUILD CORPORATE PORTALS
- The course ORACLE JDEVELOPER 10G: BUILD JAVA APPLICATIONS
Among the subjects covered are:
Oracle Training Course duration
- 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.
This course considers subjects applicable to certification as an Oracle Application Server Certified Associate (OCA) for Web Administrators. The topics considered are included within "Exam 1Z0-311: Oracle Application Server Administration I". The certification track for an Oracle Application Server and web server administrator is depicted graphically next.
Oracle Training Course outline
INTRODUCTION TO APPLICATION SERVERS
INTRODUCTION TO ORACLE 10G AS
- ABOUT APPLICATION SERVERS
- ABOUT THE ORACLE10G GRID ARCHITECTURE
- MORE ABOUT THE SERVICE-ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE
INSTALLING ORACLE AS INFRASTRUCTURE
- 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 MIDDLE TIER
- ORACLE AS EDITIONS & INSTALLATION OPTIONS
- TOPOLOGY CONSIDERATIONS
- THE INSTALLATION PROCESS
- POST-INSTALLATION STEPS
USING ORACLE AS MANAGEMENT TOOLS
- A SAMPLE MIDDLE TIER INSTALLATION DIALOG
- POST-INSTALLATION STEPS
MANAGING & CONFIGURING THE HTTP SERVER
- USING THE EM APPLICATION SERVER CONTROL
- USING THE COMMAND-LINE INTERFACE
- IDENTIFYING SERVICE STATUS
MANAGING & CONFIGURING ORACLE WEB CACHE
- HTTP SERVER HOME PAGE
- CONFIGURING VIRTUAL HOSTS
- ADMINISTRATION PAGE
- REDIRECTING URLS
MANAGING & CONFIGURING OC4J
- WEB CACHE INTERNAL ARCHITECTURE
- WEB CACHE ADMINISTRATION INTERFACES
- WEB CACHE ADMINISTRATION TASKS
- TESTING THE CACHE & ESI PROCESSING
DEPLOYING JAVA APPLICATIONS
- MORE ABOUT THE ARCHITECTURE
- MANAGING OC4J INSTANCES
MANAGING THE OID
- DEPLOY EAR & WAR APPLICATIONS
- CONFIGURE DATA SOURCES
MANAGING ACCESS USING DAS
- MORE ABOUT DIRECTORY SERVICES
- OID MANAGEMENT VIA EM
- ORACLE DIRECTORY MANAGER
- COMMAND-LINE TOOLS
ADMINISTERING ORACLE SSO
- ABOUT THE DAS ARCHITECTURE
- OID SELF-SERVICE CONSOLE
- IDENTITY MANAGEMENT REALMS
SECURING ORACLE AS COMPONENTS USING SSL
- SSO ARCHITECTURE & MONITORING
- ADMINISTER THE SSO SERVER
- INTERACTING WITH THE SSO SERVER
MANAGING & CONFIGURING THE ORACLE AS CA
- SECURING THE HTTP SERVER
- SECURING THE WEB CACHE
- SECURING EM APPLICATION SERVER CONTROL
- SECURING SSO
MANAGING ORACLE AS & PORTAL USING PORTAL ADMINISTRATION
- MORE ABOUT CERTIFICATES & THE OCA ARCHITECTURE
- ESTABLISHING IDENTITY AS AN OCA ADMINISTRATOR
- ACCESS OCA ADMINISTRATION PAGES
- ACCESS OCA USER PAGES
- ORACLE WALLET MANAGER
- ABOUT PORTAL BUILDER
- ORACLE AS ADMINISTRATION USING PORTAL
- PORTAL ADMINISTRATION USING EM
- CONFIGURING WEBDAV