Oracle 1Z0-599 Certification Exam Syllabus

1Z0-599 Syllabus, 1Z0-599 Latest Dumps PDF, Oracle WebLogic Server Essentials Dumps, 1Z0-599 Free Download PDF Dumps, WebLogic Server Essentials DumpsYou can use this Oracle 1Z0-599 exam study guide to collect all the information about the Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Essentials exam. The Oracle 1Z0-599 certification exam is mainly targeted to those candidates who have some experience or exposure to Oracle WebLogic Server technology and want to flourish their career with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Certified Implementation Specialist (OCS) credential.

The Oracle 1Z0-599 certification exam validates your understanding of the Oracle WebLogic Server technology and sets the stage for your future progression. Your preparation plan for Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Essentials Certification exam should include hands-on practice or on-the-job experience performing the tasks described in following certification exam syllabus topics.

Oracle 1Z0-599 Exam Details:

Exam Name Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Essentials
Exam Code 1Z0-599
Exam Price USD $245 (Pricing may vary by country or by localized currency)
Duration 120 minutes
Number of Questions 78
Passing Score 63%
Format Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
Recommended Training Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Implementation Specialist
Schedule Exam Pearson VUE
Sample Questions Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Certified Implementation Specialist (OCS)
Recommended Practice 1Z0-599 Online Practice Exam

Oracle 1Z0-599 Syllabus 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)
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 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 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
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
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
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 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
Design a WLS system for maximum uptime, availability and business continuity - 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

The Oracle WebLogic Server Essentials Certification Program certifies candidates on skills and knowledge related to Oracle WebLogic Server products and technologies. The Oracle 1Z0-599 is granted based on a combination of passing exams, training, and performance-based assignments, depending on the level of certification. Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Essentials certification is a real benchmark of experience and expertise that helps you stand out in a crowd among employers. To ensure success, Oracle recommends combining education courses, practice exams, and hands-on experience to prepare for your Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Certified Implementation Specialist (OCS) certification exam as questions will test your ability to apply the knowledge you have gained in hands-on practice or professional experience.

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