Quick Start Guide to Oracle SOA 12c
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Quick Start Guide to Oracle SOA 12c

Get up and running with Oracle SOA 12c using the Quick Start distribution.
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Created by Chris Parent
Last updated 11/2016
English
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand the differences between Oracle SOA 12c Quickstart and Oracle SOA 12c enterprise deployments
  • Create an OTN account
  • Download Oracle SOA 12c Quick Start Distribution
  • Prepare environment for installation
  • Install Oracle SOA 12c Quick Start Distribution on Linux and Windows
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Requirements
  • Previous Oracle WebLogic experience
  • Computer with Supported Operating System to run Oracle SOA 12c
  • Oracle JDK version 1.7 or 1.8
Description

Oracle's SOA Suite 12c product is the leading enterprise SOA development and integration platform on the market today. Oracle SOA Suite allows organizations to build reusable business services, integrations, and model business processes rapidly using the latest industry standards such as SCA, BPEL, SOAP and REST.  

A traditional enterprise deployment of Oracle SOA 12c requires an enterprise database deployment (read: NO MYSQL or similar support) along with a distributed deployment. Such a deployment is overkill and unnecessary to build a development or proof of concept environment.

In this course, you will learn how to use the Quick Start distribution to stand up an Oracle SOA 12c development environment rather than spending hours installing the full distribution.  You will learn where to find the Quick Start distribution and how to install and create a SOA domain. Lastly, I will show you how to launch and connect JDeveloper to a SOA domain.

Who is the target audience?
  • Java and/or SOA Developers
  • Administrators
  • Architects
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Curriculum For This Course
14 Lectures
01:02:03
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Getting Started
5 Lectures 18:42

This lecture provides an introduction to the course. I will set expectations and explain what you will get out of this free course.

Quick Start Introduction
08:01

Quick blurb about your instructor.

Your Instructor
00:18

This is where you'll find the Lab Guide. In the video I will go over the organization and thought behind the lab guide.

The lab guide is attached to this lecture as a PDF. Please check under Resources / Downloadable materials.  

Lab Guide
06:01

Understand system requirements to perform the lab.

Course System Requirements
03:11

I've made some assumptions about those taking this course and the lab environment. Very important that you review this video so your expectations for this course are properly set.

Course Assumptions
01:11
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Download and Install SOA 12c
9 Lectures 43:21

In this lecture I will show you how to create an OTN account on oracle.com and download Oracle SOA 12c.

Download Oracle SOA 12c
02:15

Lab #1 - Download SOA 12c
03:46

In this lecture you will learn the process for installing Oracle SOA 12c Quick Start.

Install Oracle SOA 12c
00:43

This lecture will walk through the lab exercise for installing Oracle SOA 12c using the Quick Start distribution.

Lab #2 - Install Oracle SOA 12c
08:17

In this lab I will show you how to create a stand alone SOA domain using qs_config script. This is the preferred method for creating a SOA domain for development purposes.

Lab # 3 - Create SOA Domain
13:21

Learn the differences between different SOA domains used in the Quick Start Distribution.

Create a SOA Domain
03:56

This video will show you the slight nuance to installing Oracle SOA 12c on Windows. Overall the process is the same, however I want to demonstrate opening a command prompt with administrative privileges.

Install on Windows
04:30

Oracle SOA 12c Quick Start comes with a copy of JDeveloper specifically for developing SOA applications. It also supports deploying those applications directly to Oracle WebLogic from within the IDE. 

In this lab you will launch JDeveloper and configure a SOA target. 

Lab #4 - Configure JDeveloper
03:57

Recapping what was covered in this course and what to expect next. 

Conclusion and Next Steps
02:36
About the Instructor
Chris Parent
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12,668 Students
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Cloud Architect, Aspiring Educator, and Geek

Chris has over 15 years of software development, architecture and IT management experience in defense and commercial industries with a focus on enterprise and cloud architectures. He has consulted as an architect and sales consultant with companies such as Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, and Oracle on the implementation and use of Oracle Fusion Middleware products including Oracle WebLogic Server, SOA Suite, and Identity and Access Management. He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Computer Science and Systems Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic University in Troy, NY and Penn State University respectively. Chris resides with his beautiful family in Denver, Colorado USA.