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Oracle SOA Admin Training Course Content

1.Oracle SOA Suite11g: Administration

This module gives you an introduction about Course objective, Course Environment and its Goals.

This chapter describes Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Suite, Service Component Architecture (SCA), Elements of a Service Component Architecture (SCA), the types of Oracle SOA Suite and many more you can learn..

Where Do We Start? and Getting Started

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)

Summarizing SOA , Why Is an SOA Approach Required?

Applications Comprised of Services, Web Services Overview and WSDL Document

Integrating Distributed Components and SOA and Services

Composite Applications and SOA Summarizing Composite Applications

Service Component Architecture (SCA) and Elements of a Service Component Architecture (SCA)

Assembly Model as a Blueprint& Introducing Service Component Architecture (SCA) in Oracle SOA Suite11g

Adapter Services and Routing and Filtering with Mediator Components

Oracle SOA Suite11g Components and Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle SOA Suite

Oracle SOA Suite11g Architecture, Oracle SOA Suite11g Components

Orchestrating Services with BPEL Components and Implementing Business Rules Components

Implementing Workflow with Human Task Components and Monitoring Services with Oracle BAM

Relationship of SOA Suite, BPM Suite, WebLogic Server, WebLogic Server Domain and Oracle SOA Suite11g Platform

Oracle SOA Suite Management Tools and Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control

2. Installing Oracle SOA Suite 11g

Learn, How to install SOA, BPM and How to add machines, assigining servers to machines, Creating an domain, Configuring log files and extending the domain and much more can be learnt in this module..

Objectives, Installing SOA and BPM and Before Installation

Creation Utility (RCU) Overview, RCU Requirements and Creating Schemas with RCU

SOA Deployment Topology, Supported Software Platforms and System Requirements

Preparing the Installation, Checking and Configuring the Database & Checking WebLogic Server

Specifying a Schema Prefix and Selecting Components and Specifying the Passwords For Schema Owners

Mapping Tablespaces, Installing Oracle SOA Suite 11g…. (PS1) and Specifying Installation Location

Installing Oracle SOA Suite 11g…. (PS2), Post installation Directory Structure and Installation Log Files

Creating a Domain, Selecting Domain Source, Configuring JDBC Component Schema and Customizing Advanced Configuration

Configuring the Managed Servers and Creating Machines

Assigning Servers to Machines and Post configuration Directory Structure

Starting Servers, Setting Environment Variables, Configuration Log Files and Extending a Domain

Managing with Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control

Examining the SOA Infrastructure Home Page and Examining the SOA Infrastructure Menu

Getting Started With Oracle Fusion Middleware Control Console

Accessing WebLogic Server Administration Console and Overview of WebLogic Server Administration Console

Accessing Other Administrator Tools: System MBean Browser,

Accessing Other Administrator Tools: WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST), Basics of WLST, Using SOA Suite Custom WLST

Course Environment


3. Deploying and Managing SOA Composite Applications

Roles and Tasks in Composite Applications Management

Composite Applications SCA Components in Oracle SOA Suite 11g

Deploying a Composite Application and Partitioning of the SOA Infrastructure

Creating a Partition, Deploying with Oracle Enterprise Manager

Packaging Composite Application and Exploring the SOA Archive and SOA Bundle

Deploying an SOA Archive: Select Archive

Testing a Composite Application and Initiating a Test in Enterprise Manager

Deploying an SOA Archive: Select Target and Understanding Composite Application Instances

Customizing SOA Composite Applications for the Target Environment and Overview of Configuration Plans

Preparing the Request Data for a Test and Tracking Message Flow, Working with the Flow Trace

Working with a Component Audit Trail Page and Accessing Logs and Other Settings

Redeploying a Composite Application with Enterprise Manager and Undeploying with Enterprise Manager

SOA Composite Applications Versioning and Deployment Versus Redeployment

Managing Composite Application State, Deploying SOA Applications with WLST Utility

Managing SOA Applications with WLST Utility, Managing SOA Applications with Ant Scripts

Creating a Configuration Plan with WLST

Modifying a Configuration Plan


4. Administering the SOA Infrastructure

SOA Composite Application Runtime

Introducing SOA Infrastructure

SOA Infrastructure Architecture

SOA Infrastructure Life Cycle

Understanding Service Engines

Understanding the Service Infrastructure

Understanding Binding Components

Reviewing the SOA Infrastructure Home Page

Configuring SOA Infrastructure Properties

Accessing the SOA Infrastructure Properties Page

Configuring the Common SOA Infrastructure Properties and Audit Level

Composite Instance State and Configuring the UDDI Registry Properties

Configuring Server URLs

Starting and Stopping the SOA Infrastructure and Configuring Log Files

Creating and Editing Log File Configurations & Monitoring the SOA Infrastructure

Monitoring SOA Infrastructure Recent Instances and Faults

Monitoring Processing Requests

Monitoring Service and Reference Binding Components

Monitoring Reference Binding Components


5. Administering Oracle JCA Adapters and Binding Components

To optimize business processes, you can integrate applications by using JCA compliant resource adapters. In this module you will learn in detail about, How to Create an adapter, Properties for the adapters and Setting the Log Level of Oracle JCA Adapters

} Understanding Binding Components

} Supported Binding Components, Accessing Service Component

} Configuring Service Binding Component Properties

} Configuring Reference Binding Component Properties

} Monitoring Binding Component Instances and Faults

} Overview of Adapter Services and Oracle Technology Adapters

} Packaged Application and Legacy Adapters and Database Adapter

} Database Adapter Connection & Configuring the Database Adapter Runtime Connections: JDBC Resource

} Configuring the Database Adapter Runtime Connections: Connection, Factory

} Redeploying the Runtime DbAdapter& Employing a JMS Adapter, JMS Adapter Runtime Connection

} Configuring a JMS Destination, Configuring a JMS Connection Factory

} Creating the JMS Adapter Connection Pool

} Associate the JMS Connection Pool to a Connection Factory

} JCA Adapter Properties, File Adapter and Configuring Inbound File Adapter Properties

} Configuring Outbound File Adapter Properties

} Configuring Database Adapter Properties and Configuring Adapter Properties to Handle Retryable Errors

} Handling Rejected Messages and Deleting Rejected Messages for an Inbound Adapter

} Setting the Log Level of Oracle JCA Adapters

} Summary

6. Administering BPEL Process Service Components and Engines

} Business Process Execution Language (BPEL)

} BPEL Processes & BPEL Process Components and Service Engine

] Parts of a BPEL Process and BPEL Partner and BPEL Variables

} Communicating Data with a BPEL Process

} Setting Audit Level at the SOA Composite Application Level

} Setting Audit Level at the BPEL Process Service Component Level & Synchronous Services

} Asynchronous Services and Dispatcher Threads and A Sample BPEL Process

} Viewing the Composite Application Home Page

} Configuring BPEL Process Service Engines and Audit Level Settings Inheritance Hierarchy

} Viewing the Flow Trace of Composite Application Instance

} Viewing the Audit Trail of BPEL Process Service Component Instance

} Viewing the Process Flow of a BPEL Process Service Component

} Monitoring BPEL Process Service Component Instances and Faults, What Are Sensors?

} Composite Sensors, A Sample BPEL Process with Sensors

} Monitoring BPEL Process Service Engines

} Monitoring BPEL Instances and Fault

} Recovering Faults with Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control

} A Sample BPEL Process with a Recoverable Fault

} Monitoring BPEL Process Service Engine Request and Thread Statistics

} Recovering from BPEL Process Service Component Faults

} Recovering a Fault Condition

7. Administering Oracle Mediator Service Components and Engines

Learn, What is Mediator components?, Features of mediator components, Error handling, Event Handling and Monitoring Mediator Service Engine.

} Introducing Mediator Components

} Features of Mediator Components, Content Based and Header Based Routing

Synchronous and Asynchronous Interactions, Transformations, Validations, Error Management

Event Handling, Mediating Services and Events, Mediator Service Engine

} Configuring Oracle Mediator Service Engines

} Parallel Infrastructure of Mediator Service Engine Configuring Parameters for Parallel Infrastructure

} A Sample Mediator Composite Application, Viewing the Composite Application Home Page

} Recovering a Fault Condition

} Monitoring Mediator Component Routing Statistics, Recovering from Mediator Service Component Faults

} Monitoring Mediator Service Engine

} Monitoring Request Breakdown Statistics, Summary

8. Administering Decision Service Components and Business Rules Service

} Engines, Objectives

} Introducing Business Rules and Declarative Rule Concepts

} Oracle Business Rule Concepts and Components

} Overview of the Business Rules Component and Decision Service Architecture

} Working with Decision Service and A Sample Composite Application with Business Rules

} Decision Trace Levels and Understanding the Trace Report

} Tracing Rule Execution at Development and Production Levels

} Monitoring Business Rules Engine Instances

} Monitoring Business Rules Service Engine Statistics

} Viewing the Flow Trace of Composite Application Instance and Decision Tracing

} Viewing Service Component Logs

} Monitoring Decision Service Component Logs

} Summary

9. Administering Oracle User Messaging Service

} Objectives Notification Service and Oracle User Messaging Service (UMS)

} Oracle User Messaging Service (UMS)

} Oracle UMS Components and Architecture

} Accessing UMS Configuration Page and Accessing Email Driver Properties

} Understanding the Identity Service, Configuring the Embedded LDAP Server

} Connecting to the Embedded LDAP Server

} Importing Users and Groups through LDAP Browser and LDIF

} Configuring Human Workflow Notification Service

} Configuring Common and Custom Properties and A Sample Custom Configuration

} Configuring the User Messaging Email Driver and Testing Email Notifications

} Configuring User Messaging Preferences and Deploying Drivers

} Deploying Drivers Using WLST Commands

} Deploying Drivers Using WebLogic Server Administration Console

} Deploying Drivers Using Oracle Enterprise Manager

} Preparing the Deployment Plan

} Troubleshooting Oracle User Messaging Service

} Troubleshooting: Notifications Are Not Being Sent

} Troubleshooting: SOA Human Workflow Notifications Problems

} Summary and Practice

} Overview: Configuring the User Messaging Services

10. Administering Human Task Service Components and Human Workflow Service Engines

Here you’ll learn how to administer human task service components, Viewing Result Email Notification, Managing Notifications, human workflow service engines and much more can be learnt in this module.

} Objectives Human Tasks

} Human Workflow Concepts and Components of Human Workflow

} Human Tasks in a Composite Application

} A Sample Application with Human Tasks Component

} Worklist Application and Task Display Forms, Deploying Task Display Forms

} Task Assignment & Configuring Human Workflow Task Service Properties

} Configuring Human Workflow Task Service Advanced Properties

} Understanding the Identity Service and Configuring the Identity Service

] Adding an Authentication Provider and Creating a New Authentication Provider

} Configuring Authentication Provider Specific Settings

} Creating Users and Groups in the Authentication Provider

} Notification Service and Viewing Action Email Notification

} Accessing the Worklist Application

} Viewing and Acting on Task in Oracle BPM Worklist

} Viewing Result Email Notification

} Viewing the Flow Trace of Composite Application Instance

} Viewing the Audit Trail of BPEL Process Service Component Instance

} Viewing the Audit Trail of Human Task Component Instance

} Monitoring Human Workflow Service Engine

} Monitoring Human Workflow Engine Request and Operation Statistics

} Managing Notifications

} Managing the URI of the Human Task Service Component Task Details

11. Administering Oracle Business Activity Monitoring

This chapter describes how to start and stop Oracle Business Activity Monitoring (Oracle BAM) components, create users and groups, grant Oracle BAM application permissions using application-level roles, and set up data access permissions on data objects and folders, and reports.

Overview of Business Activity Monitoring

} Introduction to Monitoring with Oracle BAM

} BAM Components and Real Time Data Streaming, Oracle BAM Server

} Oracle BAM Web Applications, BAM Active Viewer, BAM Administrator

} I Command Utility and Importing and Exporting with I Command

} Oracle BAM Administration and Configuring Oracle BAM Web Application Properties

} Configuring Oracle BAM Server Basic Properties

} Configuring Oracle BAM Adapter and Configuring the Run Time Oracle Bam Adapter

} Configuring Oracle BAM Adapter Properties

} Oracle BAM Configuration Property Files and Managing Oracle BAM Users

} Understanding Oracle BAM Application Roles and Assigning Users or Groups to Application Roles

} Verifying Granted Permissions and Populating Users in Oracle BAM Administrator

} Verifying the Populated Users

} Managing Oracle BAM Object Ownership

} Configuring Oracle BAM Distribution List

} A Sample Application Sending Information to BAM

} Observing the BAM Report Dashboard

} Monitoring Oracle BAM Components and Concepts of Data Objects and Viewsets

} Monitoring Oracle BAM Active Data Cache

} Monitoring the Event Engine Component and Monitoring the Report Cache Component

} Monitoring Oracle BAM Report Server and Monitoring Oracle BAM Managed Server Instance

} Viewing Oracle BAM Logs

12. Administering Business Events

} Objectives

} Introduction to Business Events

} Event Delivery Network (EDN) Concepts

} Event Delivery Network and Business Events

} Sample Applications Publishing and Subscribing Business Events

} Managing EDN in Enterprise Manager

} Viewing Events in Enterprise Manager

} Testing Events with Enterprise Manager

} Viewing Event Subscriptions

} Subscribing a Database Agent to Events

} Viewing Event Faults

13. Configuring Security Services and Policies

This chapter provides an overview of Web services security, Components of Oracle Web Services Manager Architecture, Creating Web Services Policies, Editing Policies and Securing SOA and Identity Propagation.

} Objectives

} Introduction to Web Services Security, TransportLevel Security

} Message Level Security, WS Security Overview, WS Security Tokens

} Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), WS Security and SAML

} Oracle Web Services, Oracle Web Service Manager

} Oracle Web Services Manager Policy Framework

} Components of Oracle Web Services Manager Architecture

} Introduction to Web Services Policies, Policy Assertion

} Oracle Web Services Manager Policy Assertions, Supported Policies

} Policy Interceptor Pipeline, Oracle WSM Predefined Policies and Assertion Templates

} Viewing Available Web Services Policies

} OWSM WS Security Policies Versus WLS WS Security Policies

} Creating Web Services Policies, Creating Policies by Using Assertion Template

} Configuring Assertions, Restrictions of Security Policies

} Editing Policies, Securing SOA and Identity Propagation

} Attaching Policies in JDeveloper (Development Time)

} Viewing Attached Policies in EM Console

} Attaching/Detaching Policies by Using EM Console (Deployment Time)

} Monitoring the Performance of SOA Composite

14. Tuning Performance of Oracle SOA Suite and Components

} Objectives

} Identifying Key Performance Tuning Areas

} Monitoring Oracle SOA Environment, Monitoring Using EM Control Console

} Monitoring Server Instance Performance Summary

} Monitoring SOA Composite Application Performance, Tuning JVMs, Tuning SOA Infrastructure

} Optimizing the Loading of Pages with Instance and Faults Metrics

} Tuning Service Engines by Configuring Properties

} Tuning Oracle JCA Adapters

} Tuning File/FTP Adapters: Inbound Throttling Properties

} Tuning File/FTP Adapters: Outbound Throttling Properties

} Tuning File/FTP Adapters: Outbound Performance Properties

} Tuning Database Adapters, Tuning Database

} Extending Tablespaces to Avoid Problems at Run Time, Configuring Database Connections

} Purging Instance Data with a PL/SQL Scripts, Deleting a Single Instance

} Deleting Multiple Instances with Filters, Deleting All Instances

} Rejected Messages, and Orphan Instances

} Deleting Rejected Messages and Orphans

} Setting Logging Levels

15. Troubleshooting Oracle SOA Suite

Learn, how to describe common problems that you might encounter when using Oracle SOA Suite and explains how to solve them.

} Objectives

} Diagnosing Oracle Fusion Middleware Problems

} Understanding Log Messages

} Managing Log Files, Searching Log Files in EM

} Viewing Log Files in EM, Configuring Log Settings

} Setting Log Levels, Editing Log Configuration

} Common Problems and Solutions

} Troubleshooting SOA or BAM Server Startup Failures

} Resolving Message Failure Caused By Too Many Open Files

} Resolving Connection Timeouts, Resolving Common Application Related Problems

} Summary

} Practice Overview: Troubleshooting and Managing Fault Conditions

16. Configuring High Availability for Oracle

This module describes Oracle configuration best practices for Oracle Database and related components.

} SOA Suite, Objectives

} Introduction to High Availability

} Implementing High Availability Solutions

} Oracle High Availability Solutions, Oracle SOA Suite High Availability Architecture

} Configuring a Cluster in a Domain, Overview of Configuring SOA for High Availability

} Configuring Multi Data Sources for Metadata Services (MDS) Repositories

} Setting the Front End HTTP Host and Port

} Simple Clustering Example: Level Active Active

} Clustering Example with Node Manager: Active Active Level

} Active Active with Node Manager and Whole Server Migration, Whole Server Migration

} Automatic Whole Server Migration Process

} SOA Infrastructure High Availability Configuration

} ClusterWide SOA Deployment, SOA Infrastructure Failover

} BPEL Process HA Considerations, BPEL Process Recovery

} Mediator HA Considerations, Mediator Process Recovery

} Human Workflow Engine HA Considerations

} User Messaging Service (UMS) HA Architecture and Failover Considerations

} JCA Adapters Characteristics, File and FTP Adapters HA Considerations

} Oracle BAM HA Considerations

} A Sample BAM High Availability Architecture

} Summary

17. Backing Up and Recovery of Oracle SOA Suite Instances

} Objectives

} Oracle Fusion Middleware Directory Structure

} About Backup and Recovery

}Types of Backups, Recommended Backup Strategy

} Limitations and Restrictions for Backing Up Data

} Backup Tools, Performing a Full Offline Backup

} Performing an Online Backup of RunTime Artifacts

} Backing Up a Domain Configuration

} Documenting Oracle Fusion Middleware Installations

} Recovery After Disaster, Recommended Recovery Strategy

} Directories to Restore, Recovering a Middleware Home

} Recovering the Administration Server Configuration

} Recovering a Managed Server

} Recovering Oracle SOA Suite


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