Oracle Service Bus 11g: System Admin, Design & Integrate Accelerated

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Course Duration: 5 days
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Oracle Service Bus enables the integration of services that support a variety of different protocols, security policies, and service level agreements.

System Administration course, learn to install and configure OSB 11g, gain hands-on experience in administrating its different components by using the Service Bus Console, WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST), and WebLogic Server Administration console. Covers the management, monitoring, securing, and high availability of services hosted through Oracle Service Bus 11g.

Design & Integrate Services course: learn to create Oracle Service Bus resources. Learn to route messages and use message flow best practices. You are introduced to Oracle Service Bus Security and how to debug with Oracle Service Bus.

  • Manage and monitor OSB
  • Implement Oracle Web Services Manager security in securing OSB services
  • Enrich, route and validate messages within the Service Bus
  • Understand Message Level Security and securing Oracle Service Bus
  • Use some of the basic transports in Oracle Service Bus
  • Install and configure Oracle Service Bus 11g
  • Application Developers
  • Architect
  • Functional Implementer
  • SOA Architect
  • Security Administrators
  • System Administrator
  • Technical Administrator
WebLogic Server 11g: Administration Essentials; XML Fundamentals
  • Automate OSB tasks using WLST scripts
  • Monitor service bus health and SLAs
  • Install OSB 11g and initialize a domain and database support
  • Define service level agreements that trigger alerts
  • Configure transport and message-based security policies
  • Create OSB resources
  • Route messages in different ways
  • Migrate an OSB configuration from staging to production environments
  • Secure OSB with OWSM
Getting Started with OSB
Oracle Service Bus and SOA
OSB 11g Product Architecture
Describing the Functional Layers of Oracle Service Bus
OSB and Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g

Installing Oracle Service Bus 11g
Installing the Product
Incorporating Different OSB Domain Topology
Configuring an OSB Domain

Service Bus Administration Tools
Working with the OSB Administration Console
Accessing the OSB Test Console

Service Bus Management
Working with OSB Session
Propagating a Service Bus Configuration
Customizing a Service Bus Configuration
Managing OSB Using WLST

Reporting and Monitoring
Service Bus Monitoring
Service Bus Operational Settings
Working with SLA Alerts
OSB Reporting Architecture

Service Bus Security
OSB and Oracle Web Services Manager Security
Configuring the OSB Security Environment
Securing a Proxy Service by Using OWSM policies
Propagating Identity from OSB to Secured Web Service

Service Bus High Availability
OSB High Availability Architecture
Creating an OSB Cluster
Service Endpoint Scalability
Load Balancing Services Endpoint

Service Bus Performance Tuning
Factors Affecting OSB Performance
Partitioning OSB Deployments into Multiple OSB Domains
Tuning an OSB Instance
Service Result Caching with Coherence
Throttling and Service Pooling

Configuring Enterprise Repository and Service Registry
Service Lifecycle Implementation by Using OER-OSR
Ways to Populate OER from OSB
Service Registry Integration Scenarios
Import Business Services

Message Flow
Introducing the Oracle Service Bus Resources
Explaining the Message Context Model and the Message Context Variables
Understanding the Message Flow and the Nodes/Elements of a Message Flow

Message Flow Actions
Describing the Communication Actions You Can Add to a Route or a Stage in a Message Flow
Describing the Flow Control Action You Can Add to a Route or a Stage in a Message Flow
Describing the Message Processing Actions You Can Add to a Stage in a Message Flow
Describing the Reporting Actions You Can Add to a Stage in a Message Flow
Using XQuery Mapping and Transformations

Message Flow Best Practices
Introducing Split-Joins
Describing the Concept of Dynamic Routing

Transports in Oracle Service Bus
Describing Oracle SOA Suite Transport (SOA-DIRECT)
Describing JCA Transport
Describing Representational State Transfer (REST)

Debugging with Oracle Service Bus
Describing and Configuring Error Handling in Oracle Service Bus
Configuring Validation in Oracle Service Bus
Explaining the Usage of the Reporting Action

Introduction to Oracle Service Bus Security
Introducing Oracle Service Bus Security
Securing OSB with OWSM
Introducing Message Level Security