A collection of content on Coherence in a 12c environment.
This content is intended for the following job role(s): Java EE Architect, Java - Server-Side Java EE Developer , Technical Administrator, Linux Administrator, Support Engineer, SOA Architect, Java - Core Java SE Developer , Java - Front-End Java EE Developer , Integration Developer
Release Date: 16-JUN-2014
This interactive upgrade guide used animation, audio and other interactive features to guide the viewer through the Coherence upgrade process. The guide presents an overview of Coherence upgrade paths as well as details, pointers, pitfalls and resources helpful to anyone looking to upgrade Oracle Coherence.
Duration: 20 minutes
In this tutorial you will learn how to install, configure and work with Oracle Coherence Persistence 12.2.1.
The Oracle Coherence Persistence feature enables Coherence to be a system-of-record and improves time-to-recovery from planned or unplanned, partial or total cluster outages. Persistence can be configured to work in an on-line mode persisting changes as they are made to the cluster, or to take a snapshot of a data grid. Local disk configuration maximizes scalability, while network-attached storage maximizes availability. Both data and metadata (indexes, listeners, expiry, locks, etc.) are stored, and recovery is completely automatic.
Duration: 120 minutes
This Oracle By Example (OBE) takes the student through configuring Coherence to enable JMX. The OBE then shows how to download and install the Coherence plug-in for JVisualVM and use it to examine the state of a running Coherence cluster.
This self paced tutorial used narration, animation and interactives to present the concepts of JMX, Coherence JMX configuration, and the use of JVisualVM and the Coherence JVisualVM plug-in to show how to examine and monitor a Coherence cluster.
The objective of this tutorial is to provide a hands-on experience with the Managed Coherence Servers functionality available in WebLogic Server with Coherence 12.1.2 and later. Managed Coherence Servers, or MCS, allows the Coherence instances to be defined, controlled and managed within the WebLogic Server framework. Coherence effectively is now a subsystem of WebLogic Server rather than the historic method of being deployed as separate class being called by a script. Coherence clusters can now be defined within a WebLogic Server domain and associated with WebLogic Server clusters and managed servers. And a new artifact, a Grid ARchive, or GAR file, is now deployable as a individual component, as part of an Enterprise ARchive (EAR) file, or as a shared library, or certain combinations. The GAR file contains the classes and configuration to support both storage enabled and storage disabled cluster resource
Duration: 180 minutes