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Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Architecture and Management by Gangadhar Konduri, Stephen Lee, Reza Shafii

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Introduction to Fusion Middleware Common Infrastructure

In this section we review the core concepts required for an understanding of the Fusion Middleware common infrastructure and review its installation and configuration artifacts.

System Components, Instances, and Farms

As we saw in the previous chapter, the concept of a domain containing servers and clusters forms the basis of the WebLogic Server administrative management and administrative scoping model. The Oracle Fusion Middleware infrastructure extends this model with the concepts of a farm, instances, and system components. The addition of these elements is designed to allow for the management of products that have components not based on Java EE and therefore do not have a natural place ...

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