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The WebLogic Server tutorials help you get up to speed quickly with product features and capabilities.
Install WebLogic Server 12c (12.2.1) on a Linux system using the generic installer.
Install the WebLogic Server development release, which includes all the necessary files to develop and test applications on WebLogic Server, but uses less disk space than a complete WebLogic Server installation.
Use the Weblogic Server Reconfiguration Wizard to upgrade a WebLogic domain that was created with WebLogic Server 10.3.6.
Use Zero Downtime Patching to apply updates across a domain without interrupting the availability of deployed applications.
Using a customized domain template, create domains for multiple development, test, and production environments.
Configure Managed Servers by using the WebLogic Server Administration Console.
Create and configure machines by using the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console.
Configure and start Java-based Node Manager and use it to control Managed Servers.
Use the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console to create a basic cluster and add Managed Servers.
Create a cluster that contains one or more dynamic server instances that are based on a single shared server template.
Configure elastic scaling for a dynamic cluster by either manually adding or removing a running dynamic server instance, or by establishing policies that set the conditions under which a dynamic cluster should be scaled up or down and actions that define the scaling operations themselves.
Use the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console to deploy a simple Java EE web application.
Use the Oracle WebLogic Server production redeployment feature to have two versions of the same application deployed simultaneously.
Use the PlanGenerator utility to generate an initial deployment plan for an existing web application.
Configure Java Message Service (JMS) system modules and JMS resources in WebLogic Server.
Configure a JDBC data source, which is an object that enables a Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) client to obtain a database connection.
Learn how to use WebLogic logging services for writing, viewing, filtering, and listening for log messages.
Configure Oracle Traffic Director as a front end to a back-end WebLogic Server cluster.
Use Fusion Middleware Control to manage different aspects of a WebLogic domain.
Use REST services to manage different aspects of a WebLogic domain.
Learn how to use the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) to change server and domain attributes from the command line.
Configure SSL certificates using keytool, and configure WebLogic Server instances to use those certificates to establish secure SSL connections.
Configure an external LDAP server and configure it as one of the Authentication providers of the WebLogic Server security realm.