1Z0-599: Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Essentials

Exam Number: 1Z0-599

Exam Title: Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Essentials

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Oracle 1Z0-599 Certification Details:

Exam Name Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Essentials
Exam Code 1Z0-599
Exam Product Version WebLogic Server
Exam Price USD $245
Duration 120 minutes
Number of Questions 78
Passing Score 63% 
Validated Against This exam has been validated against 12c
Format Multiple Choice
Recommended Practice 1Z0-599 Online Practice Exam
Recommended Training Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Implementation Specialist

Oracle 1Z0-599 Certification Topics:

Cloud Application Foundation (CAF) Fundamentals
  • Describe Cloud Application Foundation concepts
  • Identify components of WebLogic Suite
  • Identify differences between WebLogic Server (WLS) SE, EE & Suite
  • Describe the problem domain of Coherence with WLS
  • Describe Oracle Cloud Computing business drivers
  • Describe Virtual Assembly Builder Studio features
  • Describe supported and custom Appliances for Virtual Assemblies
  • Describe ActiveCache (WLS and Coherence)
WebLogic Server Fundamentals
  • Describe the different WLS distributions that are available
  • Describe Enterprise Grid Messaging
  • Describe Active GridLink for Real Application Cluster (RAC) features
  • Explain WLS Domain concepts
  • Install WLS
  • Create and use WLS Domain Templates
  • Automate WLS administration tasks with WebLogic Scriptiong Tool (WLST)
  • Secure WLS resources and applications
  • Configure and use WLS Work Managers, Contexts and Constraints
  • Create and target JDBC Connection Pools
  • Create and target JMS Distributed Queues
  • Create and target JMS Distributed Topics
  • Configure and use WebLogic Diagnostic Framework (WLDF)
  • Configure and use JRockit Flight Recorder and WLDF integration
  • Tune the Application Server Environment including the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) for performance
  • Troubleshoot and debug WLS using logs and thread dumps
Deploy Java Enterprise Edition (EE) Applications
  • Describe Java EE 6 and Developer Productivity features
  • Describe Java Integrated Development Environments (IDE) support
  • Describe Maven integration features
  • Describe Java SE packaging
  • Describe the structure and parts of a Java web application
  • Describe the structure and parts of a Java enterprise application
  • Deploy Java EE applications to WLS
  • Deploy Java EE applications using a Deployment Plan
  • Deploy WLS shared libraries and associate them with applications
  • Deploy applications using the WLS Administration Port and Side by Side Deployment
  • Use the Continuous Integration (CI) and Build Tools that WLS supports (ANT, Maven, etc.)
  • Enable and use WLS Fast Swap for Rapid Redeployment
  • Troubleshoot classloading conflicts with the ClassLoader Analysis Tool
  • Describe WLS Spring Support and how Spring can utilize WLS features
  • Secure Java EE applications
WebLogic Server Management
  • Use JRockit Mission Control to monitor WLS at runtime
  • Use JRockit Mission Control to view JRockit Flight Recorder and WLDF data
  • Monitoring and diagnose WLS for best performance
  • Use the WLS Admin Console to manage WLS
  • Start and stop WLS instances using the Node Manager
WebLogic Server Advanced Topics
  • Describe the value that WLS offers above an EE container
  • Describe JDBC
  • Describe WLS Distributed JMS
  • Describe WLS Clustering
  • Use Scripting with WLS
  • Use Automation options for WLS
  • Describe Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) & Web Services Standards supported by WLS
  • Describe Web Session and XA Affinity features of Active GridLink
  • Configure WLS to store Transaction Logs in a Database
  • Configure systems for High Availability
  • Configure and use advanced JMS features: Store and Forward
  • Configure and use advanced JMS features: Unit of Order (UOO) and Unit of Work (UOW)
  • Configure and use TopLink Grid - Java Persistence API (JPA) and Coherence
  • Configure systems for ease of Disaster Recovery
  • Configure and use ActiveCache (WLS and Coherence)
  • Implement High Availablity (HA) in WLS with Service and Server Migration
WebLogic Server System Architecture
  • Design a scaled-out solution with WLS
  • Architect a highly available WLS system
  • Use proxy web server
  • Use load balancer
  • Design a WLS system for maximum uptime, availability and business continuity
WebLogic Server Implementation Best Practices
  • Create WLS system design consderations
  • Create a WLS Domain using best practices
  • Configure a WLS Cluster and Managed Servers using best practices
  • Configure the JVM where WLS runs using best practices
  • Configure JDBC Connection Pools using best practices
  • Configure JMS using best practices
  • Use Work Managers using best practices
  • Install with Node Manager using best practices
WebLogic Server Patching and Upgrading with SmartUpdate
  • Describe how patches are applied to WLS
  • Apply a rolling patch strategy to a WLS Cluster to ensure maximum availability
  • Upgrade from WLS 10.3.3 to newer versions
  • Upgrade from Oracle Application Server (OC4J/OAS) to WLS
  • Describe Oracle offerings for upgrading from non-Oracle platforms to WLS
Integrate Enterprise Manager and WebLogic Server
  • Integrate Enterprise Manager with WLS
  • Explain how to position WebLogic Management Pack EE
  • Describe Real Operation Automation
  • Describe Real Operation Insight
  • Use Enterprise Manager Lifecycle Management for WLS
  • Describe Enterprise Manager Real User Experience Insight
  • Describe Enterprise Manager Business Transaction Management for WLS
  • Describe Enterprise Manager Configuration Management for WLS

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