Oracle SOA Admin Training

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Mindmajix Oracle SOA Admin Training makes you an expert in concepts like Oracle JCA, Monitor Binding, Deploying SOA Applications, Configuring the UDDI, Administering BPEL, Oracle Web Service, Troubleshooting Oracle SOA Suite, and Oracle Fusion Middleware., etc. You will also get an exposure to industry based Real-time projects in various verticals.

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Oracle SOA Administration course makes a point on all that is required to install, configure, upgrade, administer, monitor, maintain, and secure Oracle SOA Composite applications in an organization. The course curricula include:

Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Administration
Installing Oracle SOA Suite 11g
Deploying and Managing SOA Composite Applications
Administering the SOA Infrastructure
Oracle JCA Adapters and Binding Components
BPEL Process Service Components and Engines
Oracle Mediator Service Components and Engines

The training explores each topic through the lens of a real-world example application. With plenty of examples, tips, and clear explanations, you’ll master many advanced aspects of Oracle SOA Administration . 

As such there are no prerequisites for learning Oracle SOA Administration. However, with a number of opportunities in the field, the following job roles will get benefited from this course:

SOA Developers
Technical consultants
Business analyst professionals
Sales advisor personnel
Aspirants aiming for a career in the prospective field.

An in-depth knowledge of an Oracle SOA Administration project ensures all the critical components are well-covered. With this knowledge, you can increase your visibility and enhance your efficiency in drawing real connections among different components of SOA Admin. We will also provide the complete material covering all the aspects of this project.

This module gives you an introduction about Course objective, Course Environment and its Goals.
Goals
Class Introductions
Audience
Prerequisites
Course Objectives
Course Map
Course Schedule
Course Environment
How Can I Learn More?

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..
Objectives, Implementing an SOA Strategy
Where Do We Start? and Getting Started
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
Summarizing SOA, Why Is an SOA Approach Required?
Integrating Distributed Components and SOA and Services
Applications Comprised of Services, Web Services Overview and WSDL Document
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
Oracle SOA Suite11g Components and Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle SOA Suite
Oracle SOA Suite11g Architecture, Oracle SOA Suite11g Components
Adapter Services and Routing and Filtering with Mediator 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.

Learn, How to install SOA, BPM and How to add machines, assigning 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
SOA Deployment Topology, Supported Software Platforms and System Requirements
Preparing the Installation, Checking and Configuring the Database & Checking WebLogic Server
Repository Creation Utility (RCU) Overview, RCU Requirements and Creating Schemas with RCU
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
Getting Started With Oracle Fusion Middleware Control Console
Examining the SOA Infrastructure Home Page and Examining the SOA Infrastructure Menu
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

This chapter describes how to deploy and manage SOA composite applications, including managing the states of deployed composites; deploying, redeploying, and undeploying a SOA composite application from Oracle Enterprise Manager.
Roles and Tasks in Composite Applications Management
Composite Applications SCA Components in Oracle SOA Suite 11g
Packaging Composite Application and Exploring the SOA Archive and SOA Bundle
Deploying a Composite Application and Partitioning of the SOA Infrastructure
Creating a Partition, Deploying with Oracle Enterprise Manager
Deploying an SOA Archive: Select Archive
Deploying an SOA Archive: Select Target and Understanding Composite Application Instances
Testing a Composite Application and Initiating a Test in Enterprise Manager
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
SOA Composite Applications Versioning and Deployment Versus Redeployment
Redeploying a Composite Application with Enterprise Manager and Undeploying with Enterprise Manager
Managing Composite Application State, Deploying SOA Applications with WLST Utility
Managing SOA Applications with WLST Utility, Managing SOA Applications with Ant Scripts
Customizing SOA Composite Applications for the Target Environment and Overview of Configuration Plans
Creating a Configuration Plan with WLST
Modifying a Configuration Plan
Summary

Understand, SOA infrastructure, service infrastructure, how to access Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, SOA Infrastructure configuration, monitoring, and management tasks and much more..
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
Summary

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 and Reference Binding Component Page
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

This part of module describes how to administer BPEL process service components, engines, how to set audit level at SOA Composite level as well as process service component level, Monitoring BPEL Process Service Engines and Recovering a Fault Condition in BPEL ..
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
Configuring BPEL Process Service Engines and Audit Level Settings Inheritance Hierarchy
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
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 Sensor Data and Values in BPEL Process Service Components
Monitoring BPEL Process Service Engines
Monitoring BPEL Process Service Engine Instances and Fault
Monitoring BPEL Process Service Engine Request and Thread Statistics
Recovering Faults with Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control
A Sample BPEL Process with a Recoverable Fault
Recovering from BPEL Process Service Component Faults
Recovering a Fault Condition

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, Routing Rules, 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
The Parameters for Heartbeat Framework of Mediator Service Engine
A Sample Mediator Composite Application, Viewing the Composite Application Home Page
Viewing Flow Trace of Composite Instance, Monitoring Mediator Component Instance Statistics
Monitoring Mediator Component Routing Statistics, Recovering from Mediator Service Component Faults
Recovering a Fault Condition
Monitoring Mediator Service Engine
Monitoring Request Breakdown Statistics, Summary

This module describes how to administer Decision Service components, view logs of service component, flow trace of composite Application Instance, Decision Tracing, Monitoring Business Rules Engine Instances and Business Rules service engines.
Engines, Objectives
Introducing Business Rules and Declarative Rule Concepts
Basic Oracle Business Rule Concepts and Oracle Business Rule Components
Overview of the Business Rules Component and Decision Service Architecture
Working with Decision Service and A Sample Composite Application with Business Rules
Examining the Input Data and Output Results
Viewing the Flow Trace of Composite Application Instance and Decision Tracing
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 Service Component Logs
Monitoring Decision Service Component Logs
Summary

Learn, how to deploy and register Oracle User Messaging Service (UMS) drivers by using Oracle WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST), Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, Oracle Fusion Middleware Configuration Wizard and Troubleshooting 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
Configuring Common and Custom Properties and A Sample Custom Configuration
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 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

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

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
ICommand Utility and Importing and Exporting with ICommand
Oracle BAM Administration and Configuring Oracle BAM Web Application Properties
Configuring Oracle BAM Server Basic Properties
Configuring Oracle BAM Adapter and Configuring the RunTime 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

Learn, how to administer business events, Event Delivery Network (EDN) Concepts, Managing EDN and Viewing Events in Enterprise Manager
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

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, Transport Level Security
Message Level Security, WSSecurity Overview, WSSecurity Tokens
Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), WSSecurity 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 WSSecurity Policies Versus WLS WSSecurity 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

The focus in this module describes tuning configurations that can apply to multiple SOA Suite applications and also includes How to Monitor Server Instance JVM Performance.
Objectives
Identifying Key Performance Tuning Areas
Monitoring Oracle SOA Environment, Monitoring Using EM Control Console
Monitoring Server Instance Performance Summary
Monitoring Server Instance JVM Performance, Monitoring SOA Infra Performance
Monitoring SOA Composite Application Performance, Tuning JVMs, Tuning SOA Infrastructure
Optimizing the Loading of Pages with Instance and Fault 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

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

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

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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The Oracle SOA Certification validates the knowledge of individuals on the basis of their proven implementation skills. Some of the SOA exams are:

Oracle SOA Suite 12c Essentials 1Z0-434
Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Administration
Oracle SOA Suite 11g Certified Implementation Specialist
Oracle SOA Foundations, Adoption, and Implementation exam
Oracle SOA Suite 11g Essentials

These certificates authenticate the overall understanding of the solution by the candidate. By opting for our well-structured training at Mindmajix, candidates can gain knowledge to enter the lucrative domain of Oracle SOA and earn the certification.

For more information regarding various types of certification available, please go through the Oracle SOA Certification and register through it.

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