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SOA Training Future

There is no doubt that businesses have more advantages than any information technology and have started to move into the so-called digital age. The main reason for increased attention to Service Oriented Architecture these days is the expectation that they are uncovering and investing the existing IT assets as services. Service-Oriented Architecture will help simplify IT applications relating to development and operations and will help businesses profit from sufficient cost advantages and the ability to reduce costs quickly. Interestingly, Service Oriented Architecture is not the first time where the industry tried to increase the business benefit of IT.

Why Oracle SOA Training

Oracle Service Oriented Architecture designed 11g as a member of the Oracle Fusion Middleware family as well as products. Here are some tools and capabilities in Oracle SOA designed 11g and define how they work together to provide dealing with SOA solutions.

Oracle SOA designed 11g and this is the only offering that is complete, linked, best-of-breed, and hot-pluggable( running computer system without any interruption).

  • Over these distinction, it makes to able that next generation Service Oriented Architecture capabilities through:
    1. A group and declarative toolset used for the development of services as well as composite applications. you’ll possess all of these skills, and so many lots…
    2. A platform of  standards-based service that is able and easily consumable by the modern website applications, allowing the enterprises to quickly and easily  adapt to changes in their business and IT environments.
    3. Greater visibility, tangibility,controls and full analysis to govern how these services and processes are developed, reused and changed throughout the entire life cycle.
  • Oracle Service Oriented Artificial Suite 11g is the only complete, integrated, best of breed and hot pluggable(running computer system without any interruption) SOA platform available today.  The entire software life cycle has a comprehensive view, providing everything required  from planning to development as well as production and eventual requirement of all IT assets where they will have applications, services or even any hardware.

SOA Training Syllabus

Module 1 : Introduction to SOA & SOA Suite 12c / 11g

Lesson 1 – Objectives, Implementing an SOA Strategy

Lesson 2 – Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

Lesson 3 – Service Component Architecture (SCA)

Lesson 4 – Components in SOA Suite (JDEV, SOA-INFRA, SB Console, Mediator,  Oracle Service Bus, BPEL,)

Lesson 5 – WebLogic Concept: Admin & Managed Server

Lesson 6 – Relationship SOA, WebLogic

Lesson 7 – SOA Deployment Architecture Single Node VS High Availablity

Module 3 : Admin frequently Used UNIX commands

Lesson 1 – Overview of UNIX

Lesson 2 – UNIX fundamentals.

Lesson 3 – Frequently FMW admin used commands.

Module 5 : SOA Management Tools

Lesson 1 – WebLogic Console

Lesson 2 – EM Console

Lesson 3 – SOA – INFRA

Lesson 4 – Putty, Super Putty, Secure CRT

Lesson 5 – Jdeveloper, Eclipse

Lesson 6 –  SB Console

Module 7 : Administrating SOA Infrastructure

Lesson 1 – Introduction SOA Infrastructure & Architecture

Lesson 2 – Understanding & Managing SOA Service Engines

Lesson 3 – Inbound & Outbound Interfaces

Lesson 4 – Configuring SOA Infrastructure Properties

Lesson 5 – Monitoring SOA Runtime Instances and Faults

Module 9: Configuring Security Realms and Service Policies

Lesson 1 – Overview of Security realms configurations

Lesson 2 – Overview of OWSM

Lesson 3 – Overview of OWSM & Architecture

Lesson 4 – OWSM Policies

Lesson 5 – Attach / Detach Policies to Web Service Endpoint using EM

Lesson 6 – Viewing Attached Policies in EM Console

Module 11: Troubleshooting Oracle SOA Suite

Lesson 1 – Configuring & Managing Logs

Lesson 2 – Setting Log Levels, Editing Log Configuration

Lesson 3 – Common Problems and Solutions

Lesson 4 – Troubleshooting SOA Server Startup Failures

Lesson 5 – Resolving Connection Timeouts, Resolving Common Application Related Problem

Lesson 6 – Troubleshooting and Manage Fault Conditions

Module 13: Backup & Recovery of Oracle SOA Suite

Lesson 1 – Backup Overview: Hot & Cold Backup, Incremental & Full

Lesson 2 – Overview of Oracle Database Backup

Lesson 3 – Middleware & Domain Home Backup

Lesson 4 – Type of Backups, Recommended Backup Strategy

Lesson 5 – Restore from Backup

Module 2 : Installation Oracle SOA Suite 12c / 11g

Lesson 1 – Pre-Requisite for SOA Installation

Lesson 2 – Repository Creation Utility (RCU)

Lesson 3 – Install WebLogic Server

Lesson 4 – Install SOA Suite

Lesson 5 – Configure SOA Suite

Module 4 : SOA File System & Start / Stop

Lesson 1 – Homes in SOA: WebLogic Middleware, Domain

Lesson 2 – Domain Directory in Detail

Lesson 3 – Start / Stop using Command Line

Lesson 4 – Start / Stop using Console

Module 6 : Deploying and Managing SOA Composite Applications

Lesson 1 – Deploying SOA Composite using EM

Lesson 2 – Deploy SOA Composite using scripts

Lesson 3 – Managing SOA Partitions

Lesson 4 – Troubleshooting Deployments

Lesson 5 – Configuring & Using Configuration Plan

Module 8 : Administering SOA Adaptors

Lesson 1 – SOA Adapters & Adapter Architecture

Lesson 2 – Overview of Oracle Technology Adapters

Lesson 3 – Define & Manage DB Adapter

Lesson 4 – Define & Manage JMS Adapter

Lesson 5 – Define & Manage File Adapter

Lesson 6 – Define & Manage FTP Adapter

Module 10: SOA Monitoring & Tuning

Lesson 1 – Identifying Key Performance Tuning Areas

Lesson 2 – Monitoring Oracle SOA Environment Performance using EM

Lesson 3 – Monitoring SOA Infra Performance – Composite

Lesson 4 – Tuning SOA Infrastructure

Lesson 5 – Tuning SOA Adapter (DB, JMS, File, FTP)

Lesson 6 – Tuning SOA Infra Database (Tablespace)

Lesson 7 – Purging SOA Instance Data – Dehydration Store

Module 12 : High Availability & Disaster Recovery Oracle SOA

Lesson 1 – High Availability & Disaster Recovery Concepts

Lesson 2 – Oracle Enterprise Reference Architecture

Lesson 3 – WebLogic Cluster & Cluster Communication (Unicast & Multicast)

Lesson 4 – Deploying SOA in Active-Active Cluster

Lesson 5 – Multi Datasource & Grid Link

Lesson 6 – Admin Server Migration

Lesson 7 – SOA Infrastructure (BPEL, Mediator, BR, HT) High Availability

Lesson 8 – Adapters (File, FTP), High Availability

Module 14: FMW admin supporting tools

Lesson 1: Overview of Change management tool

Lesson 2: Overview of ticketing tools

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