After the underlying Oracle WebLogic Server has been tuned for performance, the SOA infrastructure becomes the next area to optimize where different service engines, audit store configuration, persistence settings, and threads can be optimized. In this section, you will learn how to tune the following:
SOA Infrastructure properties to lower audit levels and disable payload validation.
Service Engine threads for BPEL and BPMN engines.
Mediator Service Engine threads for parallel processing, re-sequencing concurrency, and sleep intervals.
JCA Adapter properties for threads, transactions, streaming, batching, and timeouts.
Since all the tuning covered here is done by overriding the default server MBeans, this chapter also includes a few WLST scripts that updates them. The scripts are general purpose, and understanding how to execute them will allow you to modify any server level MBeans.