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Oracle SOA Suite 12c Administrator’s Guide Published

December 18, 2015

Rubicon Red is pleased to announce the publication of the Oracle SOA Suite 12c Administrator’s guide.

Oracle SOA Suite 12 c is the most comprehensive and integrated infrastructure on the market today that is used for building applications based on service-oriented architecture.

A SOA Suite administrator is responsible for an end-to-end administration and management of the infrastructure. For the inexperienced, due to its sheer size and complexity, administering the Oracle SOA Suite 12c can be a daunting task.

Rubicon Red offers a range of Operational Support Services to manage, monitor and maintain the reliability and operational availability of your Oracle Fusion Middleware platform. This book encapsulates much of our real world experience of administrating the Oracle SOA Suite,  it covers all the core areas of administration needed for you to effectively manage and monitor the Oracle SOA Suite environment and its transactions, from deployments, to monitoring, to performance tuning, and much, much more.

Manage, monitor, and troubleshoot SOA composites and OSB services from a single product set. Understand core administrative activities such as deployments, purging, start-up and shutdown, configuration, backup, and recovery. Also learn about new features such as Oracle Enterprise Scheduler, lazy loading, work manager groups, high availability, and more

Written by Arun Pareek of Rubicon Red and co-Author Ahmed Aboulnaga, the Oracle SOA Suite 12c Administrator’s Handbook equips the reader with everything they need to know about all the core administrative and management activities around Oracle SOA Suite.

With topics ranging from the simple to the complex, this book is intended for novice, mid-level, and experienced administrators of the Oracle SOA Suite 12c platform as well as Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Database administrators interested in diving into the product.

Table of Contents

  1. 1: SOA Infrastructure Management – What You Need To Know
  2. Navigating Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control 12
  3. Start-up And Shutdown
  4. Managing Services
  5. Deploying Code
  6. Monitoring Oracle SOA Suite 12
  7. Configuration And Administration
  8. Managing The Database
  9. Troubleshooting The Oracle SOA Suite 12 Infrastructure
  10. Backup And Recovery
  11. Introducing Oracle Enterprise Scheduler
  12. Clustering And High Availability

About the Author Arun Pareek is a Principal Consultant at Rubicon Red, an Oracle Platinum Partner that delivers innovative and market leading cloud, DevOps and consulting solutions provider for Oracle Fusion Middleware customers.

Over the past eight years, he has worked in the capacity of consultant and architect in the implementation of a variety of large scale SOA and BPM projects for customers across the globe. He has a knack for designing systems that are scalable, performance efficient, and fault tolerant, and he is a keen enthusiast of BPMN, automation, and cloud computing. Arun is also a key knowledge contributor to the the Oracle SOA and BPM community through his blog at http://beatechnologies.wordpress.com and can be contacted at arun.pareek@rubiconred.com for any questions related to Oracle SOA/BPM Suite 12c or regarding any feedback on the book.