Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Architecture and Management (Osborne ORACLE Press Series)

Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Architecture and Management (Osborne ORACLE Press Series)
Authors
Reza Shafii, Stephen Lee, Gangadhar Konduri
ISBN
0071754172
Published
28 Jun 2011
Purchase online
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A complete Oracle Press guide to Oracle Fusion Middleware 11gFeaturing best practices for deploying, securing, virtualizing, and managing enterprise-grade Oracle Fusion Middleware applications throughout all life-cycle phases, Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Architecture and Management is organized into two parts.

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A complete Oracle Press guide to Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g

Featuring best practices for deploying, securing, virtualizing, and managing enterprise-grade Oracle Fusion Middleware applications throughout all life-cycle phases, Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Architecture and Management is organized into two parts. Part I provides an end-to-end description of the architecture of Oracle Fusion Middleware components—WebLogic Server, SOA Suite, WebCenter, Oracle ADF, and Oracle Identity and Access Management Suite—with each chapter introducing a different component of the Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g stack. Each chapter in this section introduces a sample use case which shows how the concepts discussed apply to a real-life scenario. Part II focuses on provisioning, securing, optimizing, monitoring, and virtualizing for applications built on Oracle Fusion Middleware.

Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Architecture and Management

  • Targets life-cycle management for Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g built enterprise applications
  • Covers the entire stack of Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g components in depth
  • Provides an end-to-end detailed description of Oracle Fusion Middleware SOA, WebCenter, ADF, and IDM system architecture as well as their dependencies on common components
  • Describes patterns in which the components of each Oracle Fusion Middleware product suite can be configured and deployed, as well as the trade-offs that should be considered
  • Includes advanced topics in the areas of provisioning, securing, optimizing, monitoring, and virtualizing for an enterprise-grade application built on Oracle Fusion Middleware
  • Highlights best practices—a series of opinions based on the authors’ field experience
  • Features a real-world, complex, distributed application throughout the book, leveraging key Oracle WebLogic Server, SOA, ADF, and WebCenter features

This Oracle Press guide covers:
Oracle WebLogic Server; Oracle Fusion Middleware Runtime Common Components; IDM Components; SOA Suite Components; ADF Components; WebCenter Components; Deploying Oracle Fusion Middleware Enterprise Applications; Securing Oracle Fusion Middleware Enterprise Applications; Optimizing Oracle Fusion Middleware Enterprise Applications; Monitoring and Diagnosing Oracle Fusion Middleware Enterprise Applications; Virtualizing Oracle Fusion Middleware Enterprise Applications Using Oracle Virtualization Technology

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