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This Oracle Coherence 12c: Administer and Troubleshoot Clusters training covers all the essential knowledge required to administer Coherence in both stand-alone and WebLogic Clusters. Deep dive into different scenarios and how this solution can help you navigate your way through it.Updated for 12.2.1: This course has new content about the new features in Coherence 12.2.1. Learn How To:Describe Coherence and its core featuresIdentify the role of a Coherence AdministratorInstall, script and configure CoherenceUnderstand caching and what a Coherence Administrator needs to know about cachingConfigure and deploy the GoldenGate Hot Cache adapterIdentify and deploy Coherence applications and understand the differences between stand-alone Coherence and WebLogic-hosted Coherence instancesMonitor Coherence and Coherence applications in stand-alone and WebLogic environmentsIdentify common Coherence problems and how they are triaged Benefits to YouEnrolling in this course will help you develop the knowledge to successfully create and manage Coherence clusters either in stand-alone or WebLogic environments. In addition, you will learn all the major subsystems of Coherence and how to configure, deploy and manage these areas.Explore CoherenceExpert Oracle University instructors will use carefully crafted lab exercises to guide you through installation, configuration and common uses of Coherence and its major subsystems. Participating in hands-on exercises will solidify your new knowledge and help you apply it to your daily tasks.Examine Coherence WebLogic ServerThis course will demonstrate how Coherence applications get deployed to WebLogic Server and how Coherence clusters are created and managed in a WebLogic environment. You'll also learn which WebLogic console features are involved in Coherence Server management within a WLS domain.Live Virtual Class FormatA Live Virtual Class (LVC) is exclusively for registered students; unregistered individuals may not view an LVC at any time. Registered students must view the class from the country listed in the registration form. Unauthorized recording, copying, or transmission of LVC content may not be made.