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Achieve Extreme Application Performance for a Private Cloud with Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud
Transition to a private cloud computing infrastructure and achieve unmatched levels of performance with help from this Oracle Press guide. Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Handbook shows you how to plan, implement, and maintain a private cloud. Find out how to set up components, deploy Java applications, maximize redundancy and throughput, and migrate legacy workloads. Examples, screenshots, and diagrams are included throughout this comprehensive resource.
- Configure Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud nodes and racks
- Optimize Java EE application performance on Oracle WebLogic Server
- Provision and administer a highly scalable private cloud
- Build, debug, and manage custom Java applications
- Secure, monitor, and tune using Oracle Enterprise Manager
- Leverage capabilities from Oracle Fusion Middleware
- Consolidate Oracle and third-party application workloads
About the Author
Tom Plunkett is a senior consultant with Oracle. He has taught graduate-level computer science courses for Virginia Tech’s computer science department and has authored several books on topics related to Big Data, Cloud Computing, Java, and Service-Oriented Architecture. Tom has spoken internationally at more than 30 conferences and delivered hundreds of presentations worldwide on the subjects of Big Data, Cloud Computing, Java, and Service-Oriented Architecture. Previously, Tom worked for IBM and the United States Government, and practiced patent law for a law firm. He has a B.A. and a J.D. from George Mason University, and a M.S. in Computer Science from Virginia Tech.
TJ Palazzolo is a senior principal curriculum developer with Oracle University. He is the lead curriculum developer for Exalogic Elastic Cloud, WebLogic Server, and Oracle's virtualization products. TJ develops classroom and online training materials on these and other Oracle Fusion Middleware products. He is also responsible for maintaining the Exalogic rack installations used by Oracle University to deliver education. Prior to working for Oracle, TJ created and delivered training on Java and WebLogic for BEA Systems.
Tejas Joshi is a technical director with Oracle Consulting in the UK. He has worked on many high-profile multi-million-dollar solutions during the past fourteen years in both the public and private sectors, drawing recognition from both Oracle and customers through numerous awards including Consultant of the Year 2012 for Western Continental Europe. Tejas is a recognized Oracle design authority for numerous Oracle customers in the UK and represents Oracle on their respective design boards and steering committees, while reporting directly to CxOs of these organizations. He specializes in delivering IT transformation roadmaps for consolidation, cloud computing, and Fusion Applications. Tejas is a frequent and prominent speaker on many events such as Cloud Academy, Oracle Services events, Oracle networking events, and Oracle product launch events. He is a member of a number of strategic programs within Oracle that work on influencing the future directions of the Oracle products and offerings.
Table of Contents
Part I Exalogic Elastic Cloud Architecture
1Architecting the Foundation for Cloud Data Centers
2Exalogic Hardware Architecture
3Exalogic Software Architecture
4Exalogic Solution Architecture
Part II Administration and Development for Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud
7Building Private Cloud Applications
8Packaged Applications on Exalogic