How to Secure Oracle WebLogic 12c



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How to Secure Oracle WebLogic 12c

  • Perform a secure installation of Oracle WebLogic 12c
  • Harden WebLogic domains
  • Prevent denial-of-service attacks
  • Encrypt network traffic using TLS
  • Apply security updates and patches
  • Securely administer WebLogic domains
About The course How to Secure Oracle WebLogic 12c will introduce the person to industry-best practices for securing WebLogic deployments in enterprise production environments through in-dept video lectures and hands on lab exercises.

Oracle WebLogic is a large and complex commercial product with many knobs and switches when it comes to configuration, which often can overwhelm those who are new to WebLogic. This course demystifies this complexity by providing in-depth video lectures and hands on labs for hardening WebLogic suitable for an enterprise production environment.

If you have enterprise deployments of WebLogic in production and you are responsible for how these systems are deployed and secured, then this course will help you understand where to start with securing WebLogic.

Security is a broad and deep topic. This course does not attempt to cover every possible security topic related to WebLogic, however. This course does attempt to cover what are some of the most important aspects of securing a deployment.

The codes are placed in the below GitHub link-

https://github.com/sanjanapackt/PacktPublishing-How-to-Secure-Oracle-WebLogic-12c

Features
  • In-depth video lectures walk through the most important aspects of WebLogic
  • Hands-on labs provide step-by-step instruction for securing WebLogic
  • Helps understand where to start with securing WebLogic if you have enterprise deployments of WebLogic in production
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