Oracle Weblogic for EBS and obiee (R12.2)

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  • A domain includes one or more WebLogic Servers and may also include WebLogic Server clusters.
    All other WebLogic Server instances in a domain are called Managed Servers. In a domain with only a single WebLogic Server instance, that server functions both as Administration Server and Managed Server.
  • A farm is a collection of components managed by Fusion Middleware Control. It can contain an Oracle WebLogic Server domain, one Administration Server, one or more Managed Servers, clusters, one or more Oracle instances, and the Oracle Fusion Middleware components that are installed, configured, and running in the domain or Oracle instances.
    Fusion Middleware Control uses the Oracle WebLogic Server security realm and the roles defined in that realm.
  • Oracle Weblogic for EBS and obiee (R12.2)

    1. 1. De-Mystifying Oracle Weblogic Server for Application Users Session #UGF9796 Shyam Varan Nath Abhinav Banerjee
    2. 2. Agenda • What is Weblogic? • Role of Weblogic in Oracle Application Stack • Weblogic's touch point with major applications like OBIEE, Oracle eBS etc. • Security paradigm with Weblogic • Summary 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 2
    3. 3. Speaker Bio – Shyam • BI / DW Architect with IBM GBS (Oracle Practice) • OCP since 1998 on 4 different DB versions, OBIEE / BI Apps certified (Oracle Certified Specialist) • OAUG Ambassador for IBM • President/Founder of BIWA / Exadata SIG’s – IOUG SIG’s for BI / DW and Exadata professionals • Regular speaker at Oracle Open World (since ’03), Collaborate (since ’05), 3rd time at Connection Point, NYOUG etc • Spoke on Big Data Analytics at Collaborate 2012 • Bachelor’s from IIT-India, MBA and MS from FAU, FL 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 3
    4. 4. Speaker Bio – Abhinav • BI Technical Leader with Mustang Engineering • Helped design and build some of the largest implementations of OBIEE / OBIA. • Writer of the e-book – “Understanding Oracle BI Concepts and Repository Modeling Basics”. • OBIEE certified (Oracle Certified Specialist) • Regular speaker at Oracle Open World (2010, 2012), Collaborate (since ’10) • Well versed with OBIEE / OBIA / Informatica / Exalytics/ Exadata. 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 4
    5. 5. • Client Server Application • Three-tier Application Three Tier Applications 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 5
    6. 6. Benefits of Three-Tier Architecture • Three-Tier Architecture provides the following benefits. • Business Logic Abstraction—Business logic can be encapsulated in the middle tier instead of in the database tier or front end, allowing portability across DB vendors and allow thin client (PC, Tablet, Smartphone etc) • Scalability—Each tier can scale horizontally. For example, you can load-balance the Presentation tier among three servers to satisfy more Web requests without adding servers to the Application and Data tiers. • Performance—Because the Presentation tier can cache requests, network utilization is minimized, and the load is reduced on the Application and Data tiers. If needed, you can load-balance any tier. • Availability—If the Application tier server is down and caching is sufficient, the Presentation tier can process Web requests using the cache. 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 6
    7. 7. • Weblogic started in 1995 right before the dot com boom period. • Created the first J2EE application server, namely WebLogic Application Server • BEA Systems bought Weblogic in 1998 • Oracle bought BEA Systems in 2008 Weblogic - Timeline 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 7
    8. 8. What is Weblogic? • WebLogic is a server software application that runs on a middle tier, between back-end databases and related applications and browser-based thin clients. • WebLogic Server contains Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) technologies. • J2EE is the standard platform for developing multitier enterprise applications based on the Java programming language. • The technologies that make up J2EE were developed collaboratively by Sun Microsystems and other software vendors, including BEA Systems. 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 8
    9. 9. Weblogic - Visual 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 9
    10. 10. What is J2EE? • Short for Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition. J2EE is a platform-independent, Java-centric environment from Sun for developing, building and deploying Web- based enterprise applications online. • J2EE platform consists of a set of services, APIs, and protocols that provide the functionality for developing multi-tiered, Web-based applications. • Some of the key features and services of J2EE: • At the client tier, J2EE supports pure HTML, as well as Java applets or applications. It relies on Java Server Pages and servlet code to create HTML or other formatted data for the client. • Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) provide another layer where the platform's logic is stored. An EJB server provides functions such as threading, concurrency, security and memory management. These services are transparent to the author. • Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), which is the Java equivalent to ODBC, is the standard interface for Java databases. • The Java servlet API enhances consistency for developers without requiring a graphical user interface. 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 10
    11. 11. J2EE Visual 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 11
    12. 12. WebLogic ServerWebLogic Server Enterprise EditionEnterprise Edition = Standard Edition= Standard Edition ++ Java SE AdvancedJava SE Advanced ++ WebLogic ClusteringWebLogic Clustering ++ EM Diagnostics PackEM Diagnostics Pack for Middlewarefor Middleware ++ Virtual Assembly BuilderVirtual Assembly Builder WebLogic SuiteWebLogic Suite = Enterprise Edition= Enterprise Edition ++ WL Operations ControlWL Operations Control ++ iiAS EEAS EE ++ Coherence EECoherence EE ++ WebLogic Real TimeWebLogic Real Time ++ Java SE Suite / Jrockit RealJava SE Suite / Jrockit Real Time VMTime VM WebLogic ServerWebLogic Server Standard EditionStandard Edition WebLogic ServerWebLogic Server ++ Kodo EnterpriseKodo Enterprise ++ TopLink and ADFTopLink and ADF ++ JDeveloperJDeveloper ++ Weblogic WorkshopWeblogic Workshop ++ Java SEJava SE Weblogic Server Packaging 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 12
    13. 13. Weblogic Server Features • Optimized for Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud. • Graphical User Interface • WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) • High Availability & Failover • Consolidated Administration, Configuration and Deployment • Monitoring & Messaging • Troubleshooting framework • Easy linkage to Oracle Database, Oracle Fusion Middleware, and Oracle Applications. 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 13
    14. 14. Weblogic Server Versions • Available in both 32-bit as well as 64-bit JVM’s. • Supported on a variety of OS – Windows , Red Hat / Oracle Linux, Solaris, AIX, Mac OS. • Web Servers Supported – iPlanet Web Server, Oracle HTTP Server, Apache and Microsoft IIS Server. • Oracle Weblogic Server 12c (12.1.2) • Oracle Weblogic Server 11g (10.3.6) 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 14
    15. 15. Weblogic Server With OBIEE / EBS • OBIEE 11.1.1.7.1 Weblogic 11gR1 (10.3.5 / 10.3.6) 11.1.1.6.0 Weblogic 11gR1 (10.3.5 / 10.3.6) 11.1.1.5.0 Weblogic 11g R1(10.3.5) 11.1.1.3.0 Weblogic 11gR1 (10.3.3) • EBS 12.2 Weblogic 11gR1 (10.3.5 / 10.3.6) 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 15
    16. 16. Server Administration Console • Web browser-based, graphical user interface to manage WebLogic Server domain. • Use the Administration Console to: • Configure, start, and stop WebLogic Server instances. • Configure WebLogic Server services, such as database connectivity (JDBC) and messaging (JMS) • Configure and deploy your applications • Monitor server and application performance • Administration Console Online Help. 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 16
    17. 17. EM - Fusion Middleware Control • Web browser-based, graphical user interface to monitor and administer a farm. • Available at - http://hostname.domain:port/em • To access Fusion Middleware Control and perform tasks, you must have the appropriate role • It allows to mange the various applications in the farm. • Not available in standalone Oracle Weblogic Server or Oracle Jdeveloper Installation. 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 17
    18. 18. Comparison FMC / AC Fusion Middleware Control •Manage SOA Environment. •Manage ADF Applications. •Security – Configure & Manage Auditing. •Security - Configure SSL for Java & System components. •Manage Components – View & Manage most of the log files. •Manage Oracle HTTP Server •Manage Oracle Web Cache. •Start & Stop Components & Applications. Administration Console • Manage Oracle Weblogic Server. • Manage Data Sources. • Manage JMS Resources. • Security - Configure SSL for Weblogic Server. • Manage Components – Access.log / EmbeddedLDAP.log & EmbeddedLDAPAccess.log • Change Ports for Weblogic Server & Java Components. 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 18
    19. 19. 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 19 How it Fits in Oracle Eco-sphere
    20. 20. 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 20 Weblogic Install
    21. 21. 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 21 ..Install
    22. 22. 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 22 ..Install
    23. 23. Installation – R12.x • Transparent integration with Oracle Universal Installer • Silent-mode calls to install and configure Oracle Database 11.2, WebLogic Server (WLS) and Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) • WLS port assignments • Out of the box RAC install support http://www.oracle.com/webfolder/technetwork/tutorials/obe/ebs/ebs121/atg/Deployment-SysAdmin.pdf 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 23
    24. 24. Fusion Middleware Control 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 24
    25. 25. R 12.x WLS Admin Console 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 25
    26. 26. Oracle E-business Suite 12.1 Architecture 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 26
    27. 27. https://blogs.oracle.com/stevenChan/entry/glimpses_of_e_business_suite03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 27 Oracle EBS R 12.x
    28. 28. http://www.rittmanmead.com/2010/07/obiee-11gr1-architecture-and-use-of-weblogic-server/ •Oracle BI Domain •Made up of Java and non-Java components •Java components hosted in WebLogic Server 11g •Managed using OEM and WebLogic Admin Server 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 28 OBIEE 11g and Weblogic
    29. 29. Administration of OBIEE OEM Fusion Middleware Control Manages FMW11g and OBIEE 11g •Manage System and Java components •Manage application roles and policies •Monitor OBIEE performance & logs •Deploy RPD and Catalog + Manages Oracle WebLogic •Startup and Shutdown Managed Servers •Maintain WLS LDAP Server •Deploy Applications •Monitor servers and clusters Oracle WebLogic Administration Console 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 29
    30. 30. • Weblogic - Security Realms 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 30 How to Configure – OBIEE Security Provisioning Weblogic Security Providers
    31. 31. 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 31 How to Configure – OBIEE Security Provisioning / AD Integration
    32. 32. • Weblogic – Security Users 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 32 How to Configure – OBIEE Security Provisioning Security Users
    33. 33. • Weblogic - Security Groups 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 33 How to Configure – OBIEE Security Provisioning Security Groups
    34. 34. • Enterprise Manager • Mapping Security Users and Groups to Application Roles 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 34 How to Configure – OBIEE Security Provisioning Application Roles
    35. 35. • Enterprise Manager – Mapping Security Groups and Users to Application Roles 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 35 How to Configure – OBIEE Security Provisioning Application Roles (2)
    36. 36. • Webcat: Folder and Object Permissions 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 36 How to Configure – OBIEE Security Provisioning Webcat Permissions
    37. 37. • Metadata: Authorization on Subject Areas 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 37 How to Configure – OBIEE Security Provisioning Subject Area Provisioning
    38. 38. 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 38 How to Migrate – OBIEE Security Provisioning / Groups & Roles
    39. 39. Questions ? Comments ? 03/26/14 Demystifying WebLogic Server for Application Users 39
    40. 40. THANK YOU ShyamVaran@gmail.com 954 609 2402 cell Abhinav1601@gmail.com 678 472 9686 cell

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