1Z0-133: Oracle WebLogic Server 12c - Administration I


Exam Number: 1Z0-133

Exam Title: Oracle WebLogic Server 12c - Administration I


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Oracle 1Z0-133 Certification Details:


Exam Name Oracle WebLogic Server 12c - Administration I
Exam Code 1Z0-133
Exam Product Version WebLogic Server
Exam Price USD $245
Duration 120 minutes
Number of Questions 77
Passing Score 64% 
Validated Against This exam is validated against 12.1.2.
Format Multiple Choice
Recommended Practice 1Z0-133 Online Practice Exam
Recommended Training Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Administration I

Oracle 1Z0-133 Certification Topics:


Overview of WebLogic Server
  • Explain the WebLogic Server terms: domain, server, machine and cluster
  • Explain the difference between the administration server and the managed servers.
  • Describe the administrative tools: Administration Console, WLST, WLDF, Monitoring Dashboard
Installing and Patching WebLogic Server
  • Determine supported configurations for WebLogic Server
  • Install WebLogic Server in graphical mode
  • Install WebLogic Server silently
  • Describe the installation directory structure
  • Apply a patch to WebLogic Server by using OPatch
Creating Domains
  • Describe a domain's file system
  • Create a domain by using the Configuration Wizard
  • Configure machines, servers, and clusters by using the Configuration Wizard
  • Copy a domain to another computer with the pack and unpack utilities
Starting Servers
  • Start and stop servers with standard scripts
  • Identify and resolve problems with server startup
  • Customize start and stop scripts, including the CLASSPATH
  • Restart a failed server on a different machine
Using the Administration Console
  • Access the WebLogic Server Administration Console
  • Identify the components of the Administration Console
  • Update Administration Console preferences
  • Use the Administration Console change center
  • Create and configure servers by using the Administration Console
Configuring JDBC
  • Describe WebLogic Server's JDBC architecture
  • Describe WebLogic Server's JNDI architecture
  • Compare the different types of data sources
  • Compare the different data source transaction options
  • Create and configure a generic data source
  • Tune a data source's connection pool
  • Create and configure a GridLink data source
Monitoring a Domain
  • Configure WebLogic Server logs
  • Interpret a server log file entry
  • Create and apply a log filter
  • Enable WebLogic Server debugging output
  • Monitor WebLogic Server health and performance
  • Monitor JDBC data sources
  • Access diagnostic charts in the Monitoring Dashboard
Node Manager
  • Describe the architecture and capabilities of the Node Manager
  • Create a Node Manager with the Configuration Wizard
  • Configure properties for the Java Node Manager
  • Describe the Java Node Manager directory structure
  • Enroll a Node Manager with a domain
  • Start and stop a Node Manager
  • Start and stop managed servers by using the Administration Console
Deploying Applications
  • Deploy an application
  • Start a deployed application
  • Stop a deployed application
  • Undeploy an application
  • Redeploy an application
  • Use the test links for an application supplied by the Administration Console
  • Monitor a deployed application
  • Use the Monitoring Dashboard's built-in application view
  • Load test an application with The Grinder console given a script
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
Network Channels and Virtual Hosts
  • Configure a WebLogic Server network channel
  • Monitor a network channel
  • Configure WebLogic Server to use an administration port
  • Configure a virtual host for WebLogic Server
Creating and Configuring Clusters
  • Describe basic and multi-tier cluster architectures
  • Create a cluster by using the Configuration Wizard
  • Create and configure a cluster by using the Administration Console
  • Create and configure a dynamic cluster
  • Create and configure a server template
  • Describe how a dynamic cluster calculates listen ports and machines for generated servers
Cluster Proxies and Sessions
  • Install Oracle HTTP Server with the Web Tier installer
  • Configure Oracle HTTP Server as a WebLogic Server cluster proxy
  • List the options for HTTP session failover
  • Configure in-memory session replication
  • Configure replication groups
Cluster Communication, Planning and Troubleshooting
  • Explain the difference between unicast and multicast cluster communication
  • Configure replication channels by using the Administration Console
  • Describe planning for a cluster
  • Monitor a cluster
Transactions
  • Explain WebLogic Server's role in managing transactions
  • Configure WebLogic Server transactions (JTA)
  • Configure the WebLogic Server default store used for transaction logs
  • Configure a database persistent store for WebLogic Server transaction logs
  • Monitor WebLogic Server transactions
WebLogic Server Security
  • List some of the WebLogic Server security providers and what they do
  • Describe basic LDAP architecture
  • Configure an external LDAP authentication provider for  WebLogic Server
  • Describe how multiple authentication providers can be used with WebLogic Server
Backing Up a Doman and Upgrading WebLogic Server
  • Back up a WebLogic Server domain
  • Restore a WebLogic Server domain
  • Define Managed Service Independence mode
  • Describe the process to upgrade WebLogic Server 11g to 12c
  • Run the WebLogic Server Reconfiguration Wizard as part of the upgrade process

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