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Satyajeet Kadam
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Q1) I am working in Java for last 3 years. I am feedup of coding.So i decided to move to server side administration. Please let me know which server i should learn websphere or weblogic?

Q2) who provide training for them in mumbai?
Vinod Tiwari
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Both are widely used servers... Refer this discussion.

Google for training institutes in Mumbai, I'm sure there would be many.


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Satyajeet Kadam
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Q1) PLease let me if any one provides training for weblogic in mumbai? I google out.but i did not find anyone

Q2) I learning weblogic because i am fedup of coding within deadlines. I want to stability in my life . I am confused whether my discussion of learning weblogic is correct or not?
Deepak Bala
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because i am fedup of coding within deadlines


Every job has its pressure. With admin, if the server crashes you will be asked to investigate and that has more stringent deadlines. You will probably be grumbling about programmers who caused StackOverFlow and OutOfMemory Errors then

Give light administration a try first before investing heavily on it.

I doubt if anyone here can answer question 1. But there is a WL admin certification and a forum here that talks about how to earn it. You can check that out


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Vinod Tiwari
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Just Google and you'll get lots of training centers.....
premalwin sivaraman
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Hi, It seems that you are planning to switchover from the coding stuffs to server administration. I appreciate your decision, Good luck. You have 3 years of experience in coding, now you can have a try for server technologies.

Now the next step is choosing the technology. What kind of technology you are looking for? Give some more details about your interest



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Satyajeet Kadam
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As my experience in Java.So i am looking for sever side that is related to Java.I found there 2 servers that i can do my carrrer
1)Weblogic
2) Websphere


After reading forums my understanding is that weblogic is more ahead and requires less time to configure. So to learn weblogic where i can get training material and coaching for it in mumabi or pune?

Do companies considered me as a weblogic administrator if i do any international certification for it?


Thanks in advance


Misha Ver
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Joined: Mar 03, 2008
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amolpalekar kadolkar wrote:Do companies considered me as a weblogic administrator if i do any international certification for it?


Have you seen many open Weblogic administrator positions?
badar tagar
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Joined: Mar 11, 2009
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Hi
Download weblogic documentation from oracle documentation section.

Join Oracle forum at Weblogic admin thread.


Thanks
Badar
Mohtashim Shaikh
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Satyajeet Kadam wrote:Q1) I am working in Java for last 3 years. I am feedup of coding.So i decided to move to server side administration. Please let me know which server i should learn websphere or weblogic?

Q2) who provide training for them in mumbai?


I can provide the training if you wish. Contact: +91 9323657130
 
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