1Z0-102: Oracle WebLogic Server 11g - System Administration I


Exam Number: 1Z0-102

Exam Title: Oracle WebLogic Server 11g - System Administration I


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Oracle 1Z0-102 Certification Details:


Exam Name Oracle WebLogic Server 11g - System Administration I
Exam Code 1Z0-102
Exam Product Version WebLogic Server
Exam Price USD $245
Duration 90 minutes
Number of Questions 65
Passing Score 67% 
Validated Against This exam has been validated against 11g.
Format Multiple Choice
Recommended Practice 1Z0-102 Online Practice Exam
Recommended Training Oracle WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials

Oracle 1Z0-102 Certification Topics:


Introducing Oracle Fusion Middleware Platform
  • Describe Oracle Fusion Middleware components
  • Describe the relationship of WebLogic Server to Fusion Middleware components
Defining Java Enterprise Edition Terminology and Architecture
  • Describe the technologies in Java Enterprise Edition
Installing Oracle WebLogic Server 11g
  • Install WebLogic Server using the graphical installer
  • Install WebLogic Server silently 
  • Describe ORACLE_HOME, MIDDLEWARE_HOME and WEBLOGIC_HOME  
  • Access the online and offline help
Configuring a Simple Domain
  • Describe elements in a WebLogic Server domain
  • Define a WebLogic Server Domain 
  • Compare administration and managed servers 
  • Create a simple domain using the Configuration Wizard 
  • Describe the organization and contents of a WebLogic Server domain directory 
  • Start and stop WebLogic Server using scripts
Configuring a Domain Using Templates
  • Create a domain template with the Domain Template Builder
  • Extend a domain with the Configuration Wizard 
  • Describe other products that have WLS domain templates
Using Administration Console and WLST
  • Access the WebLogic Server administration console
  • Describe the parts of the administration console 
  • Describe the parts of the help system 
  • Access admin console preferences 
  • Make a change to the configuration (lock & edit, make change, view changes and restarts (optional), activate changes) 
  • Run a WSLT script 
  • Describe common WSLT commands
Configuring Managed Servers
  • Configure managed servers using the Administrative Console
  • Configure managed servers using WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) 
  • Start managed servers 
  • Shut down servers using WLST or the Administrative Console 
  • Create managed servers on a remote machine with pack and unpack 
  • Define Managed Server Independence mode 
  • Create and use a boot.properties file
Configuring Node Managers
  • Configure a machine and assign servers to it
  • Describe the capabilities of node manager 
  • Configure, start, and stop a Java-based Node Manager
Viewing and Managing Logs in Oracle WLS Environment
  • Configure server logs in the admin console
  • Interpret a server log file entry 
  • Configure server standard output in the admin console 
  • Access logs via the admin console 
  • Create and apply a log filter using the console
Deployment Concepts
  • Autodeploy a web application 
  • Deploy, redeploy (update), and undeploy (delete) a web application via the admin console 
  • Edit web app deployment descriptors via the admin console 
  • Test deployed web applications via the admin console 
  • Describe the relationship between WebLogic and Web servers 
  • Deploy, redeploy, and undeploy a web application with weblogic.Deployer 
  • Deploy a web application with WLST
Deploying Java EE Applications
  • Describe the structure and parts of a Java web application
  • Describe the structure and parts of a Java enterprise application 
  • Deploy WLS shared libraries and associate them with applications
Advanced Deployment
  • Describe what a deployment plan does
  • Create a deployment plan with weblogic.Deployer 
  • Create a deployment plan via the admin console 
  • Use a deployment plan with an application 
  • Deploy with production redeployment (versioned applications) 
  • Define the staging modes (stage, nostage, external stage)
Understanding JDBC and Configuring Data Sources
  • Configure a JDBC data source
  • Configure a connection pool 
  • Describe how data sources are used 
  • View the server JNDI tree via the admin console 
  • Control a data source (suspend / resume) 
  • Monitor a data source via the admin console
Setting Up Java Message Service (JMS) Resources
  • Describe JMS message styles
  • Describe WebLogic Server JMS architecture (JMS server, JMS modules, JMS destinations, JMS connection factories) 
  • Create and configure a JMS server via the admin console 
  • Create and configure a connection factory via the admin console 
  • Create a JMS module via the admin console 
  • Create and configure queues and topics via the admin console 
  • Configure persistent messaging Configure thresholds and quotas 
  • Monitor JMS resources and messages
Introduction to Clustering
  • Desribe a WebLogic Server cluster
  • Compare basic to multi-tier cluster architectures
  • Describe cluster communication (heartbeats, peer-to-peer)
Configuring a Cluster
  • Create and configure a cluster via the admin console
  • Add servers to a cluster via the admin console
  • Configure OHS as the cluster proxy server
  • Explain how proxy plug-ins perform load balancing and failover
Managing Clusters
  • Deploy an application to a cluster
  • Describe the replication of a session state in a cluster
  • Configure replication groups
  • Configure in-memory session replication
  • Configure Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) session replication
  • Configure file session replication
  • Describe state replication for stateful session EJBs
  • Deploy services to a cluster (DataSource, MultiDataSource) and monitor
Security Concepts and Configuration
  • Describe a WebLogic Server security realm
  • Migrate provider data using the admin console
  • Create users and groups via the admin console
  • Configure roles and policies via the admin console
  • Configure roles and policies using application descriptors
  • Configure Web application authentication using descriptors
  • Configure the embedded LDAP authentication provider
  • ADV. ADMIN - configure external ATN provider
  • ADV. ADMIN - configure Auditing provider
Protecting Against Attacks
  • Configure secure sockets layer (SSL) for WLS
  • Use the keytool utility to create and manage certificates
  • Configure hostname verification (anti-man-in-the-middle)
  • Configure a network filter (anti-denial-of-service)
  • Set max post size (anti-large-buffer)
  • Set post timeout (anti-connection-starvation)
  • Configure username lockout via the admin console
Backup and Recovery Operations
  • Describe backup and recovery strategies
  • Perform a full offline backup
  • Perform an offline domain recovery
  • Perform an Instance Home backup
  • Setup automatic backup of WLS configuration
  • Start the admin server on a backup computer

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