Duration: 120 minutes
Number of Questions: 76
Passing Score: 62%
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Format: Multiple Choice
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)
Coherence Development Fundamentals
Describe Use Cases for Coherence
Deploy the correct Cache Topologies
Understand how Coherence Clustering works
Describe how parititioning works in Coherence
Describe client types and usage
Describe POF and other models of Object Serialization
Understand how to configure different cache topologies and services
Understand basic Coherence key-based APIs
Integrate with a datasource
Advanced Coherence Development Topics
Create indexes to optimize filters
Describe a service
Describe when you would use Elastic Data
Perform a map-reduce operation
Explain advanced capabilities like eventing and processing to customer
Configure and use a Near Cache or Continuous Query Cache
Configure operational features like Quorum and Service Guardian
Perform concurrent operations against a cache
Integrate with TopLink Grid
Pre-load a cache
Write Coherence queries
Deploying and Debugging a Coherence Application
Configure a set of proxies
Architect a Coherence client tier
Apply best practices for performance tuning
Plan Capacity for a Coherence deployment
Debug network issues in Coherence deployments
Tune and size Coherence JVMs
Describe how to run a Coherence application
Debug a basic Coherence problem
Collect information for advanced Coherence troubleshooting
Explain how Oracle Enterprise Manager integrates with Coherence
Apply the Production Checklist
Monitoring and Managing WebLogic Server with Oracle Enterprise Manager
Describe the architecture and components within Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control
Utilize the three primary functional areas that are addressed by Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control in regards to WLS management
Configure Enterprise Manager with WLS
Explain how to position WebLogic Management Pack EE
Configure Oracle Enterprise Manager to provide full stack visibility and application performance management for WLS
Explain how Java Virtual Machine (JVM) diagnostics provides full cross-tier diagnostics in production environments and why it is important
Configure Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control to provide WLS patch automation
Utilize Oracle Enterprise Manager for lifecycle management (i.e. provisioning and cloning of WLS domains and Java applications)
Utilize the user experience management features provided by Oracle Enterprise Manager Real User Experience Insight
Describe the primary critical use cases for Oracle Enterprise Manager Business Transaction Management for WLS
Explain the key challenges that Oracle Enterprise Manager addresses with its configuration management features
Explain the basics of Java VM
Explain the differences between HotSpot VM and Jrockit VM
Troubleshoot common performance problems
Describe different garbage collection schemes
Describe different VM tuning options
Utilize performance monitoring and profiling using JVM command line tools
Utilize advanced real-time performance monitoring, profiling and troubleshooting using Java Mission Control
Utilize Back-in-time analysis and troubleshooting using Java Flight Recorder
Design for Java application performance
Virtual Assembly Builder
Explain the business and IT challenges Virtual Assembly Builder helps with
Explain the advantages of assemblies over standalone VM templates
Create appliances and multi-tier assemblies
Customize an assembly at deployment time
Setup Virtual Assembly Builder Deployer and deploy a multi-tier assembly
Explain the basics of HTTP Server and Traffic Director
Design and configure Reverse Proxy with HTTP Server and Traffic Director
Secure HTTP Server and Traffic Director Environments
Perform basic troubleshooting of HTTP Server and Traffic Director
Which two mechanisms are explicitly monitored to determine death of a cluster member? (Choose two.)
A. garbage collection
B. stuck threads
D. TCP socket connections
Death detection works by creating a ring of TCP connections between all cluster members.
TCP communication is sent on the same port that is used for cluster UDP communication.
Each cluster member issues a unicast heartbeat, and the most senior cluster member issues the cluster heartbeat,
which is a broadcast message. Each cluster member uses the TCP connection to detectthe death of another node
within the heartbeat interval. Death detection is enabled by default and is configured within the <tcp-ring-listener> element.
Which is a valid reason for using Coherence Elastic Data?
A. You want to cache more that the total amount of RAM on your systems.
B. You want to extend your cluster across a WAN.
C. Data must be persisted to disk to ensure fault tolerance.
D. You want to store data on very large heaps.
Which configuration file must a user edit to configure Oracle HTTP Server?
You are doing capacity planning for a Coherence application with one distributed cache (dcache), and one replicated cache (rcache). You have one index on dcache, and dcache has backup_count=1. Your requirement is that you must be able to tolerate one machine failure with no loss of data. You have three machines, each with 4 JVMs GB.
What three factors do you take into consideration in case of machine failure? (Choose three.)
A. Each cache server will be responsible for more primary and backup data from dcache.
B. The size of index data in each cache server is likely to grow.
C. The size of rcache on each node will grow.
D. Updates to rcache will result in more network traffic per machine.
E. Updates to dcache will result in more network traffic per machine.