Online Fusion Apps DBA Training

Prerequisites to attend Fusion Apps DBA training:
1. Either Oracle DBA or Oracle Apps DBA Knowledge is mandatory.

Install and Configure Identity Management:

1. Install Fusion Applications Provisioning Framework.
2. Install Transactional Database for Fusion Applications
3. Install Fusion Applications RCU.
4. Install Identity Management RCU
5. Install and configure Oracle HTTP Server as the entry point.
6. Install Oracle Identity and Access Management Components.
7. Create identity and policy stores for Fusion Applications.
8. Implement Single Sign-On for the administrative interfaces for these products.
9. Install and configure Oracle Internet Directory.
10. Follow detailed instructions and recommendations to create the topologies using the enterprise deployment guidelines.
11. Install and configure Oracle Virtual Directory.
12. Install and configure Oracle Access Manager
13. Install and configure Oracle Identity Manager.

Introduction to Fusion Applications Identity and Access Management
Fusion Applications Security
Role based access control
Directory Services overview
Identity and Policy stores
Identity Management
Access Management
Single Sign-On

Identity Management topology
Identity Management Topology considerations
Virtual Server Names and IP Addresses
Directory Tier
Application Tier
Web Tier
Directory Structure in the practice environment

Setting up Databases for Identity Management
Install and create a database
Create a database using DBCA
Setup database initialization parameters
Create schemas using Repository Creation Utility

Installing Identity Management Components
Installing Oracle HTTP Server
Installing Oracle JRockit
Installing Oracle WebLogic Server
Installing Directory Services Components
Installing SOA
Installing Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle Access Manager
Applying patches and workarounds

Configuring Identity Management Components
Creating the HTTP Server instance
Configuring virtual host containers
Validating the configured OHS instance
Creating the WebLogic Server Domain for Identity Management
Configuring the Oracle Internet Directory instances
Configuring the Oracle Virtual Directory instance
Using Oracle Virtual Directory with Fusion Applications
Preparing Fusion Application Policies and Identities

Configuring Oracle Access Manager and Oracle Identity Manager
Configuring Oracle Access Manager and components
Extending the Domain for Oracle Access Manager
Using OAM Validation Test Utility
Configuring Oracle Identity Manager
Configuring Oracle Identity Manager to reconcile from identity store
Integrating the Identity Management Environment

 

Fusion Apps: Installation and Admin:

1. Creation of Resposefile to provision Applications.
2. Selecting module information to install Fusion Applications.
3. Install Fusion Applications.

Introduction to Fusion Applications
Introducing Oracle Fusion Application
About Oracle Fusion Applications Architecture
Introducing Oracle Fusion Applications product families
Key Concepts of Fusion Applications and Middleware
Adoption Options for Oracle Fusion Applications

Oracle Fusion Middleware Components: Overview
An overview of Oracle Fusion Middleware components
Oracle Fusion Middleware in Fusion Applications environment
About Basic Management of WebLogic Server
An overview of Identity Management components in Fusion Applications

Provisioning Overview
Provisioning term explanation (install, configure, and deploy)
Provisioning and the Installation Process Roadmap
Provisioning wizard options
About Directory Structure
Explaining Fusion Applications topology
About installation guidelines and initial setup tasks
Preparing for an installation
Configuring the Identity Management environment

Installing a Database for Application Transactions
About Database installation options
Installing the database
Discussing default configuration parameters
Configuring the database using the Provisioning Wizard
Configuring Oracle Fusion Applications schema with RCU

Creating Provisioning Plans
What is a provisioning plan?
Installation considerations
Creating a provisioning plan
Starting the provisioning wizard
About wizard instructions
About installation paths and optimal outcomes
Updating an Existing Plan

Provisioning a New Environment
Types of hosts in a multiple-host environment
Installation phases
Running the installation phases
Installing and configuring product offerings
Installation location details
Basic troubleshooting the provisioning process
Post-installation tasks

Basic Administration
Introducing Oracle Fusion Applications administration tools
Comparing functionality of admin tools
Using Fusion Applications Control
Navigating within Fusion Applications Control
Using Fusion Apps Control to start and stop components at different levels
Viewing component ports
Starting and stopping components and environment
Starting and stopping using the node manager
Password Change Utility options.
Patching of Oracle Fusion Applications
Cloning of Oracle Fusion Applications

Monitoring Applications
Monitoring the product family
Verifying the status of applications

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