Oracle SOA Suite 11g Administration and Performance Tuning by Kathiravan Udayakumar

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This book helps the reader get started with administration of Oracle SOA Suite. It covers the key concepts to perform the role of the administrator for Oracle SOA platform during and after SOA implementation. Below is a list of topics that are covered in detail in this book:
• Introduction to Oracle SOA Suite for an administrator
• Oracle SOA administration tools
• Choosing the right SOA deployment architecture
• Installing Oracle SOA Suite for a development environment, testing, and production
• Deploying Oracle SOA composites
• Key administration task for Oracle SOA operation phase
• Administration activities beyond Oracle SOA
• Enabling change control for Oracle SOA
• Key differences in managing Oracle SOA
• Best practices for Oracle SOA administration
• Performance tuning and testing tips for Oracle SOA

About Kathiravan Udayakumar

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Kathiravan Udayakumar has more than 8 years of IT experience with expertise in Oracle Fusion Middleware Products and PeopleSoft Applications. All of his experience relates to World's First Implementation (Green-field) IT System Implementation and System Integration. Kathir holds his Bachelor Degree as a Gold Medalist in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Madurai Kamaraj University, a Master of Science Degree in System Software Engineering from Birla Institute of Science and Technology, Pilani and a Master of Business Administration Degree in Sales and Marketing from Symbiosis Institute, Pune. He has extensive experience in architecting and designing solutions using various Oracle Fusion and PeopleSoft Products. Kathir works for a highly reputed IT Consulting Organization and is considered to be key member of the Fusion COE team. Kathir has trained close to 100+ Associates in Fusion Middleware 11g to gain the skills for developing and designing solutions using Oracle SOA Suite 11g.
Published November 27, 2012 by Trafford. 319 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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