Webcast Series: Java EE 6 Support in Oracle WebLogic Server
 

This Webcast series was developed for Developers who are interested in Oracle WebLogic Server and/or the newly supported Java EE 6 APIs in WebLogic Server 11gR1 PS3. This series walks you through how to build an application using the APIs currently supported in WebLogic Server, including JPA 2.0, JAX-RS 1.1 and JSF 2.0.

Developing a Data Access Layer with JPA
 


The Java Persistence API is the standard persistence API for Java. JPA and draws upon the best ideas from persistence technologies such as Hibernate, TopLink, & JDO and simplifies the development of Java EE and Java SE applications using data persistence. Learn how to use JPA to develop enterprise-class JEE applications utilizing WebLogic’s Industry leading Transaction Manager!

Distributed Grid Data Cache – Design for Scale-out, Build for the Cloud
 


Distributed Data Caches are critical in developing horizontally scalable applications. By utilizing this technology in the right way you are able to achieve high availability, performance and scalability. Learn how to utilize this technology to build enterprise-class applications for WebLogic Server.

Web & JMS Services with Spring on WebLogic Server
 


Spring is a popular framework for building Web Services & other messaging services and WebLogic has the best messaging performance and transaction management in the industry. Learn how to build Spring applications utilizing advanced WebLogic features and experience the best platform for Spring! 

Web Apps with JAX-RS and JQuery
 


REST is a simple, lightweight yet full-featured alternative to RPC and SOAP. With JAX-RS you can quickly build REST clients and create rich, dynamic web apps with frameworks like JQuery. Learn how to use these exciting technologies to create a scalable shared services architecture running on WebLogic!

WebLogic Server Troubleshooting & Performance Tuning
 


Performance Tuning and Troubleshooting methodologies share many similar tenants. Behind every bottleneck is yet another bottleneck and every piece software has defects. Learn how to use Oracle’s JRockit Flight Recorder and WebLogic Diagnostic Framework to quickly identify and resolve issues in your application and WebLogic Grid!

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