Summer Reading for Techies By OTN ArchBeat

Posted: September 21, 2014 in Community
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Looking for some summer reading? Sure, you could get engrossed in the latest bestseller, but how will that help you when your day at the beach, or on the patio, or just laying in an undersized plastic pool in your driveway is over? Just because you’ve slathered yourself with sunscreen is no reason not to beef up your technical knowledge while you’re trying to keep cool.

With that in mind, here are three absolutely free excerpts from recent technical books.
Creating Domains with WLST by Martin Heinzl In this sample chapter from Advanced WebLogic Server Automation: Administration and Monitoring with WLST and JMX (Rampant TechPress), author Martin Heinzl starts with the minimal domain, extends it with components, and then shows “a comprehensive but flexible example of how to create a domain with a number of important features.”
Watch an interview with the author.
Installing Oracle WebLogic Server 12c and Using the Management Tools by Sam R. Alapati.
This excerpt is the complete first chapter from the Oracle WebLogic Server 12c Administration Handbook (Oracle Press). In it author Sam R. Alapti introduces the three major administrative tools for managing Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: the Administration Console, the Node Manager utility, and the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST), and then shows you how to use them.
Get the books here.

 

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